The following list is prepared by my English department, and the "display"
referred to resides here in Turlington Hall--not much use to you at a
distance. To find out more about any one of the conferences, use its keywords,
place, institution, etc., with a good search engine. I recommend www.google.com
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CALL FOR PAPERS: (See displays in Carla Blount's Office )
World War II - After 60 Years - Siena College - June 5-6, 2003. Call for papers
for Wolrd War II - 60 Year Perspective - June 3-4, 2004. Deadline for
submissions: November 15, 2003. Also for more information, see display.
An International George Bernard Shaw Conference - University of South Florida -
Conference Topic: Shaw in the Here and Now. Deadline for abstracts: October 1,
2003. There are conference brochures in the English Office up at the front desk
for anyone interested. Also for more information, see display.
The 8th International Arthur Miller Conference - call for papers. Conference
topic: Miller & Middle America. Conference to be held October 3-4, 2003.
Deadline for submission is July 15, 2003. For complete information see display.
Southern Women Writers Conference - Fifth Biennial Southern Women Writers
Conference - invites critical and creative submissions that explore the full
range of approaches to self-location and dislocation used by women in and of the
South. Submissions are due no later than July 1, 2003. For complete
information see display.
Purdue University - Renaissance Studies Program - invites papers that explore
any aspect of Renaissance prose for their second annual conference. Please send
350-400 word abstracts by June 1, 2003. Conference will be held October 16-17,
2003 at Purdue University. Conference website at
http://icdweb.cc.purdue.edu/~phlip/RP For more information see display.
Cortland State University of New York College at Cortland - call for papers -
13th Annual Central New York Conference on Language and Literature, October
26-28, 2003. There is quite
a list. Deadline is 7/15/03. For more information see display.
Cortland State University of New York College at Cortland has a possible
publishing opportunity for professors and qualified advanced graduate students
who may be working in the field of Irish literature. For complete instructions,
deadlines, etc., please see information in display.
Call for Graduate-Student Papers: Revelations: Flannery O'Connor, The Visionary
and the Vernacular, a symposium to be held in Milledgeville, GA, October 8-12.
2003. Submissions must be received by June 15, 2003. For all details see display.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Partial Answers: A Journal of Literature
and the History of Ideas. Partial Answers, a biannual journal sponsored by the
School of Literatures of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is devoted to the
interdisciplinary study of literature and the history of ideas.. The second
issue, now under preparation for June 2003, will be devoted to literature and
the ideas of space. For more information see display.
Cortland College of the State University of New York - 12th Annual Central New
York Conference on Language and Literature, Call for papers. See all
information in display.
The Seventh Annual Screenwriter's Project sponsored by Cyclone Productions, Inc.
The Project also aims to encourage both experienced and first time writers,
enabling further development of the art of screen writing. Each year at least
three writers are eligible to receive a $5,000 grant and a possible production
deal. For more information see notebook or www.cyclone-entertainment.com