CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Still Kissing the Rod? Early Modern Women's Writing in 2005


Source of Information: RENAIS-L 2004-08-16, FICINO 2004-10-18 (for the update)
Date of Event: 2005-07-02 to 04
Location of event: Oxford, U.K.
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2004-11-30




Update

UPDATE: Still Kissing the Rod? Early Modern Women's Writing in 2005 
(UK), 2-4 July 2005.

DEADLINE EXTENSION
The deadline for abstracts has now been extended to 
TUESDAY, 30th NOVEMBER, 2004.

BURSARY COMPETITION
Postgraduate students submitting an paper may apply for a 
bursary (results to be announced in January).  Successful 
applicants will receive money to cover the full cost of 
the conference.


STILL KISSING THE ROD? EARLY MODERN WOMEN'S WRITING IN 2005
A three-day international conference at St. Hilda's College, Oxford
2nd - 4th July, 2005

In part a celebration of the Perdita initiative (http://www.human.ntu.ac.uk/research/perdita), this conference 
reflects on the past twenty years and explores directions for 
the next phase in the study of early modern women's writing.

Speakers include: Germaine Greer, Elizabeth Clarke, Margaret Ezell, 
Elizabeth Hageman, Nigel Smith

CALL FOR PAPERS/PANELS
Paper and panel proposals are invited on any aspect of the 
teaching and research of early modern women's writing, 
including: course design, methodologies; texts, anthologies,
canonicity; academic politics; the economics of publishing; 
electronic resources; new discoveries; women's literary history; 
women reading women; transatlantic cultures of feminism. 
Papers on individual early modern women writers are also welcome. 

Please send abstracts (250 words) to Dr. Lynn Robson at robsonsln@btinternet.com
or by post: 
Department of English and Comparative Literature 
University of Warwick 
Coventry CV4 7AL 
England

Deadline for abstracts: Tuesday, 30th November, 2004.

For further details please contact the organisers: 
Elizabeth Clarke (elizabeth.clarke@warwick.ac.uk) 
Margaret Kean (margaret.kean@st-hildas.oxford.ac.uk) 

Conference website: http://www.human.ntu.ac.uk/research/perdita/sktr/sktr.htm


Original Posting


(With apologies for cross-posting - Jill Seal Millman
J.S.Millman@Warwick.ac.uk)

STILL KISSING THE ROD? EARLY MODERN WOMEN'S WRITING IN 2005
A three-day international conference at St. Hilda's College, Oxford
2nd - 4th July, 2005

In part a celebration of the Perdita initiative (http://www.human.ntu.ac.uk
/research/perdita), this conference reflects on the past twenty years and 
explores directions for the next phase in the study of early modern 
women's writing.

Speakers include: Germaine Greer, Elizabeth Clarke, Margaret Ezell, 
Elizabeth Hageman, Nigel Smith

CALL FOR PAPERS/PANELS
Paper and panel proposals are invited on any aspect of the teaching and 
research of early modern women's writing, including: course design, 
methodologies; texts, anthologies,canonicity; academic politics; the 
economics of publishing; electronic resources; new discoveries; women's 
literary history; women reading women; transatlantic cultures of feminism. 
Papers on individual early modern women writers are also welcome.
Please send abstracts (250 words) to Dr. Lynn Robson at robsonsln@btinterne
t.com
or by post:
Department of English and Comparative Literature
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL
England

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: 31ST OCTOBER, 2004

For further details please contact the organisers:
Elizabeth Clarke (elizabeth.clarke@warwick.ac.uk)
Margaret Kean (margaret.kean@st-hildas.oxford.ac.uk)

Conference website: http://www.human.ntu.ac.uk/research/perdita/sktr/sktr.htm