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CFP: REMAKING TRADITION

EXTENDED DEADLINE UNTIL APRIL 15 2nd International Conference of the University of Banja Luka (BiH) in cooperation with Institute of English Studies, University of London (UK) CELLS – CONFERENCE ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERARY STUDIES Present-day Perspectives on Language, Literature

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CFP: REMAKING TRADITION

EXTENDED DEADLINE UNTIL APRIL 15 2nd International Conference of the University of Banja Luka (BiH) in cooperation with Institute of English Studies, University of London (UK) CELLS – CONFERENCE ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERARY STUDIES Present-day Perspectives on Language, Literature

CFP: Everyday politics – reminder and update

This is a reminder of the CFP for this international event in Lithuania, updated with details of fees and scholarships: cfp: Everyday politics: Redistributions of the sensible, Druskininkai, Lithuania July 18-25, 2015 CALL FOR PAPERS The summer symposium “Everyday politics:

CFP: Everyday politics – reminder and update

This is a reminder of the CFP for this international event in Lithuania, updated with details of fees and scholarships: cfp: Everyday politics: Redistributions of the sensible, Druskininkai, Lithuania July 18-25, 2015 CALL FOR PAPERS The summer symposium “Everyday politics:

Registration open: Avant-Gardes Now!

Friday 1 May 2015, 1-7pm, Oxford Brookes University John Henry Brookes Building 204, Gipsy Lane Campus http://www.brookes.ac.uk/poetry-centre/projects/avant-gardes-now!-symposium/ A poster is attached – please display it where possible! Hosted by the Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre, and formulated in part as a more

Registration open: Avant-Gardes Now!

Friday 1 May 2015, 1-7pm, Oxford Brookes University John Henry Brookes Building 204, Gipsy Lane Campus http://www.brookes.ac.uk/poetry-centre/projects/avant-gardes-now!-symposium/ A poster is attached – please display it where possible! Hosted by the Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre, and formulated in part as a more

CFP: Critiquing Criticism: From the Ancient to the Digital

Deadline: 24th April 2015 Contributions are now invited for the 2015 volume of the MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities, an international, refereed online journal aimed at postgraduate and early-career researchers. Acts of criticism are all-pervasive in our online culture: through social

CFP: Critiquing Criticism: From the Ancient to the Digital

Deadline: 24th April 2015 Contributions are now invited for the 2015 volume of the MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities, an international, refereed online journal aimed at postgraduate and early-career researchers. Acts of criticism are all-pervasive in our online culture: through social

Pointed Roofs Centenary Event

Pointed Roofs Centenary Event The Dorothy Richardson Society invite you to an event in Bloomsbury to celebrate the anniversary of the publication of Pointed Roofs the first volume of Dorothy Richardson’s novel cycle Pilgrimage. Time: 17.00-19.00 Date: Friday 15 May 2015 Place: The Court

Pointed Roofs Centenary Event

Pointed Roofs Centenary Event The Dorothy Richardson Society invite you to an event in Bloomsbury to celebrate the anniversary of the publication of Pointed Roofs the first volume of Dorothy Richardson’s novel cycle Pilgrimage. Time: 17.00-19.00 Date: Friday 15 May 2015 Place: The Court

CFP: Dramatic Influences

Part of the Novel Playwrights Project Bath Spa University, Corsham Court Campus 3rd and 4th July 2015 ‘The highest conjoint work of art is the drama: it can only exist in all its potential completeness when there exists in it each separate branch of art in its own utmost completeness.’ Richard

CFP: Dramatic Influences

Part of the Novel Playwrights Project Bath Spa University, Corsham Court Campus 3rd and 4th July 2015 ‘The highest conjoint work of art is the drama: it can only exist in all its potential completeness when there exists in it each separate branch of art in its own utmost completeness.’ Richard

LitVisCult: Dr Catherine Gander on Frank O’Hara and Norman Bluhm’s Poem-Paintings (9 April)

The next session of the Literature and Visual Cultures Research Seminar will take place on Thursday 9th April from 6.00-8.00pm at Senate House, London, room 261. We’re very pleased to have Dr. Catherine Gander join us to give a paper entitled, “‘Twenty-six things at

LitVisCult: Dr Catherine Gander on Frank O’Hara and Norman Bluhm’s Poem-Paintings (9 April)

The next session of the Literature and Visual Cultures Research Seminar will take place on Thursday 9th April from 6.00-8.00pm at Senate House, London, room 261. We’re very pleased to have Dr. Catherine Gander join us to give a paper entitled, “‘Twenty-six things at

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Local Modernisms: 1890-1950

Modernism – cosmopolitan and international in its connections and networks – found its home in cities, regions and locales. And yet provincialism and localism are still dirty words in criticism surrounding literary and artistic responses to modernity: they remain tinged

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Local Modernisms: 1890-1950

Modernism – cosmopolitan and international in its connections and networks – found its home in cities, regions and locales. And yet provincialism and localism are still dirty words in criticism surrounding literary and artistic responses to modernity: they remain tinged

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CFP: MSA17: Modernism and Wonderland

In the context of modernism, we often think of “revolution” in terms of rupture and rejection, stylistic advances, and the wholesale dismissal of the past in favour of the mandate to “make it new.” However, “revolution” also refers to “a

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CFP: MSA17: Modernism and Wonderland

In the context of modernism, we often think of “revolution” in terms of rupture and rejection, stylistic advances, and the wholesale dismissal of the past in favour of the mandate to “make it new.” However, “revolution” also refers to “a

Registration now open: The Languages of Literature: Attridge at 70

The Languages of Literature, a three-day conference hosted by the Department of English and Related Literature at York, will celebrate the contribution of Professor Derek Attridge to literary criticism. The conference will take place between 22 and 24 May 2015

Registration now open: The Languages of Literature: Attridge at 70

The Languages of Literature, a three-day conference hosted by the Department of English and Related Literature at York, will celebrate the contribution of Professor Derek Attridge to literary criticism. The conference will take place between 22 and 24 May 2015