Announcing a one-day conference on Jews and British Romanticism, Saturday 4th February, 2006, at the Institute of English Studies, Senate House, London.
The conference is one of a series of collaborative events organised by the Corvey Project at Sheffield Hallam University together the Chawton House Project at the Department of English at the University of Southampton.
Plenary Speaker: Judith Page (University of Florida) "Shylock's Turquoise Ring: Jane Austen and the "exquisite acting" of Edmund Kean."
Roundtable on Edgeworth's Harrington including: Cora Kaplan (Queen Mary ); Anne Janowitz (Queen Mary) and Susan Manly (St Andrews); Rebecca Shapiro (St. Thomas Aquinas College, U.S.A.)
Other papers confirmed: Rebecca Shapiro, Harrington and Ivanhoe
Nadai Valman (University of Southampton) 'The Waters of Babylon: Exile, Nation and the Jews'
Proposals should be sent to Mary Peace at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 18th November.
Subject to peer-review papers delivered at this conference will feature in a special issue of the CW3 (Corvey Women Writers on the Web) Journal, which will appear at start of 2007. See http://www2.shu.ac.uk/corvey/cw3journal/index.html for details.
If you are interested in attending this conference please visit the conferences homepage for the Institute of English Studies,(where you will find full details about our events schedule, registration and accommodation, as well as links to organisers' guidelines and conference facilities.
Dr Mary Peace
Senior Lecturer in English Studies
Sheffield Hallam University
Director of Corvey Project
Editor of Corvey Women Writers on the Web Journal (CW3)