CFP: The British Institute of Florence, 6th Annual Postgraduate Conference, 10th April 2014

Shakespeare and His Contemporaries: Forms of Nationhood "The British Institute of Florence’s annual Shakespeare Graduate Conference is a one-day interdisciplinary and bilingual English-Italian forum open to PhD students and researchers who have obtained their doctorates within the past 5 years. This year’s conference theme is Shakespeare and His Contemporaries: Forms of Nationhood. Contributions are welcomed … Continue reading CFP: The British Institute of Florence, 6th Annual Postgraduate Conference, 10th April 2014

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in English Literature (Renaissance), Sheffield Hallam University

"At Sheffield Hallam, new ideas are given life and nurtured in an environment where we go above and beyond to encourage and support original thinkers. Committed to building on our long-standing record of academic excellence and success, we believe in constantly improving the quality of our teaching, learning and research to deliver a student experience … Continue reading Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in English Literature (Renaissance), Sheffield Hallam University

CFP: ‘Staging Allegory’ – a special issue of Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900

"When in a recent essay entitled "The Medieval" Fredric Jameson describes the great "crisis in representation" indexed by medieval allegory, he refers to Dante's "representational dilemma" that "the poet's language must act out what can, in any case, never be representationally expressed or rendered" (Jameson, "The Medieval" in The Legitimacy of the Middle Ages [Durham NC: Duke … Continue reading CFP: ‘Staging Allegory’ – a special issue of Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900

CFP: Society for Renaissance Studies 6th Biennial Conference

Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture, University of Southampton, 13-15 July 2014 "The conference theme is ‘Performative Spaces’.  We invite Renaissance scholars from the disciplines of archaeology, architecture, history of art, history, history of science and medicine, literature, music, philosophy  and other fields to submit proposals for panels (90 mins), and individual papers (20 mins), that engage … Continue reading CFP: Society for Renaissance Studies 6th Biennial Conference

CFP: Time and Space in Early Modern Literature and Culture, 1500-1700

17-18 January 2014, Queen's University, Belfast "The School of English at Queen’s University warmly invites early modern academics and PhD graduates of all levels to submit abstracts, of no more than 200 words, and which engage with the theme of ‘Time and Space in Early Modern Literature and Culture’, for a two-day conference on the … Continue reading CFP: Time and Space in Early Modern Literature and Culture, 1500-1700