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Feb 02, 2022
In MEDIEVAL CALL FOR PAPERS
Please be patient while images load 1) 16th Annual MEMSA Conference: Memory: Staging, Praxis & Practice Durham University, Pemberton Rooms, 18th-19th July 2022. Deadline for Call for Papers: Friday 15th April 2022. More info: https://durhammemsa.wordpress.com/calls-for-papers/ Please submit abstracts of 250 words for a 15-20 minute paper accompanied by a brief biographical statement to memsa.committee@durham.ac.uk. 2) Fragmented Illuminations Symposium (supported by the V&A) Online, early July 2022. Deadline for Call for Papers: March 6, 2022. More info: https://www.vam.ac.uk/blog/museum-life/call-for-papers-fragmented-illuminations-symposium Please submit a titled abstract of 300 words for a max. 15 minute paper accompanied by a short biography (max 150 words) to c.yvard@vam.ac.uk "We welcome papers focusing on any of the following themes and aspects, preferably in relation to pieces in the V&A collection: Study of groups of cuttings from the same manuscript source Provenance research and history of collections Questions of attribution and iconography Identification of parent manuscripts when extant; reconstructions of broken manuscripts Materiality and digital display of manuscript cuttings: opportunities and challenges Collecting cuttings: new lives, functions, and uses Comparison between manuscript cuttings and other types of cuttings, e.g. from textiles or printed books Relationship between manuscript cuttings and copies 19th-cent reception of, and responses to, historic illuminated manuscripts Relationship between manuscript cuttings and copies 19th-cent reception of, and responses to, medieval and Renaissance illuminated manuscripts This list is indicative rather than exhaustive. A preference will be given to contributions focusing on lesser-known examples in the collection and adopting innovative approaches." 3) TRANSITIONS (postgraduate conference) University of Bristol, Hybrid, 29th-30th April 2022. Deadline for Call for Papers: February 28th 2022. Please submit a titled abstract of 300 words for a 20-minute paper to cms-conference-enquiries@bristol.ac.uk
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Nov 26, 2021
In CALL FOR PAPERS
The Marlowe Festival, the International Conference: Marlowe and the Topicality of Textual Encounters Universite de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, Reims (France), 16th-18th May 2022. Deadline: 1st December 2022. For more information: https://marlowefestival2022.wordpress.com/cfp/call-for-paper-reims-english/ Please send your proposals (300 words) for individual papers with a short CV (1 page max) by the 1st of December 2021 to the following address: MarloweInReims@gmail.com. Theoritical Futures in Shakespeare Studies Shakespeare Association, Virtual Symposium, 21st February 2022. Deadline: 12th December 2022. For more information: https://shakespeareassociation.org/cfp/ “Theoretical Futures in Shakespeare Studies”: This virtual symposium offers graduate student members of the Shakespeare Association of America the opportunity to present 3-minute mini-papers with their peers. These presentations will discuss a specific theoretical lens as it pertains to the future of the study (including teaching and/or performance) of Shakespeare’s works. Possible topics may include (but are not limited to): The future trajectory of a specific theoretical lens’s role in Shakespeare studies. A theoretical lens’s relationship to a common goal such as antiracist Shakespeare pedagogy or decolonizing Shakespeare performance. A theoretical lens’s relationship to an emerging trend in Shakespeare studies. The significance of a theoretical lens for a yet-to-be-addressed area of inquiry (or vice-versa). “Theoretical lens” is here used broadly, to gesture towards particular ways of approaching, framing, and understanding topics. Proposals should be approximately 150 words in length and submitted, via the SAA’s online form (link below), no later than 11:59 PM CST on Monday, December 12, 2022. A graduate student committee will review proposals and notify those to be included in January (exact date TBD). Symposium Date: Tuesday, February 21, 1:00-2:30 PM CST, on Zoom. Click here to make a submission. Regarding questions or accessibility, contact Bridget M. Bartlett at bmbartl1@olemiss.edu.
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