Month: February 2021

Online Conference: Dickens and Decadence, 2-3 September 2021 (Abstract deadline 30 April 2021)

This conference invites papers which seek to fill in our knowledge of both Dickens’ decadence and the decadents’ Dickens. In so doing, the conference aims to contribute to the fields of Dickens studies, of comparative world literature, and of nineteenth-century British literary history as well as the burgeoning field of decadence studies.

Online Workshop: Covid and the Woman Writer, IMLR, University of London, 30 April 2021

Centre for the Study of Contemporary Women’s WritingOnline Workshop, Friday, 30 April 2021 Covid and the Woman Writer The sudden change to human life as a result of the current pandemic has yet to be understood, and it will no doubt take years to comprehend its impact upon the human subject. Women in particular may …

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Online Workshop: Fictions of Retranslation: Retranslating Language and Style in Prose Fiction, University of Oxford, March 11 – 12, 2021

Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation (OCCT)  invites you to join us for a one-day virtual workshop on language and style in prose fiction retranslation. The workshop will be hosted online, on Teams, on 11-12 March 2021. If you would like to attend as an external participant, please contact anna.saroldi@ell.ox.ac.uk and rowan.anderson@ell.ox.ac.uk. Scholars such as Brisset, Deane-Cox and Susam-Sarajeva …

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Online Conference: The Experience of Loneliness in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, 29–30 June 2021 (deadline 1 April 2021)

University of Birmingham, UK, 29–30 June 2021 (deadline 1 April 2021)Keynote Speakers: Professor Helen Wilcox (Bangor University), Dr Jenni Hyde (Lancaster University)  John Worthington, Church of England clergyman and close associate of the Cambridge Platonists, complained of isolation from fellow scholars in his rectory at the small village of Ingoldsby, Lincolnshire, in the 1660s. Similarly, the …

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