Four speakers will present work on modernist literature, class, and power at the University of Manchester’s one-day Proletarian Modernism seminar.
With the MSA deadline extended to February 3rd, there’s still time to find a panel for this year’s event, to be held in Amsterdam, August 10-13. Check out our suggestions below.
Get your diaries out: the next BAMS Training Day will be held at De Monfort University on Wednesday, April 5th. This year’s event will focus on Teaching Modernism, and postgraduates at all stages are warmly invited to attend. Watch this space for more details!
The letter, published via Modernism/modernity’s “Print Plus” platform, considers academia’s responsibility to respond to current events and asks how we, as scholars, can respond to these times.
The NCUP is holding an Important Seminar on Research Excellence & Publishing Open Access, Data, Copyright Impact on 3 April, 2017 at King’s College, London.
The call for papers is now open for the Missing Women study day, an interdisciplinary conference to be held at the University of Southampton on 24th May 2017.
The call for submissions closes next Tuesday (January 31st) for a special issue of the James Joyce Quarterly entitled “Encyclopedic Joyce”.
This year’s DH Lawrence, London Calling, will be held in – you guessed in! – London, on the 3rd to the 8th of July. The new call for papers closes on February 28.
The first London Modernism Seminar of 2017 will take place on Saturday 4 February, 11-1pm in Room 349 at Senate House. The theme is Speculative Modernism and we are very pleased to welcome as speakers Kate Macdonald (University of Reading) and Elizabeth English (Cardiff Metropolitan University).
With the call for papers extended, there’s still time to find a panel for this year’s Modernist Studies Association conference, to be held August 10-13 in Amsterdam. Not sure who to approach? Try some of the suggestions below.