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NOW OPEN: BCLA/BCLT John Dryden Translation Competition 2021-2022 (deadline 7 February 2022)

CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF ENTRIES: Monday 7 February 2022 Download John Dryden Competition Entry form The British Comparative Literature Association and the British Centre for Literary Translation are pleased …

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Call for Contributions to the British Comparative Literature Association Web Archive, “Culture and Quarantine”

As the latest iteration of the coronavirus continues to impact our lives and careers, with no definitive conclusion in sight, the British Comparative Literature Association …

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Online Conference: Women’s Narratives of Aging and Care, Institute of Modern Languages Research, London, 18 March 2022

Centre for the Study of Contemporary Women’s WritingInstitute of Modern Languages Research 18 March 20229.00 am – 4.20 pm GMT UK time https://modernlanguages.sas.ac.uk/events/event/25056 Care is …

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Call for submissions: Women and Comedy 1890 – 1950, University of Cambridge, 17 – 18 September 2022 (deadline January 31, 2022)

Organised by the Elizabeth von Arnim Society, Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, UKcontact email: women-comedy2022@elizabethvonarnimsociety.org Is it true that, according to a 2019 study, men …

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Online Research Seminars, Translation and Transcultural Studies, University of Warwick, Spring 2022

The School of Modern Languages and Cultures (University of Warwick) is delighted to announce its forthcoming events as part of the Spring Term programme of online research seminars in Translation and Transcultural Studies. Wednesday 2nd February 2022, 5-6pm (UK …

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Double Issue: Comparative Critical Studies, vol. 18. 2-3: “Randomness”

In early March 2020, plans for the British Comparative Literature Association’s Triennial Conference were well underway. Venues had been booked, panels had been scheduled, and …

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