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Conference: Romantic Correspondence(s)

NEWSTEAD ABBEY, 4 NOVEMBER 2005

A one-day conference held by the centre for regional cultures, School of English Studies, University of Nottingham and the School of English, Nottingham Trent Unviersity, in Association with Newstead Abbey and the Midlands Romantic Seminar.

In the past decade and a half, scholarship on late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century writing has highlighted both the narrowness of traditional conceptions of Romanticism’ and the possibilities inherent in activities such as expanding the canon and rehistoricising authors, texts and contexts. In so doing, the multiple correspondences and connections of romantic period culture are finally starting to be revealed.

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Poets on Poets: Paschen and Fammeree

The Romantic Circles Poets on Poets audio archive publishes weekly MP3s--contemporary poets reading romantic poems. You can listen and download the files for use on your computer or iPod, and follow links to a brief biography of the reader and to the text of the poem he or she is reading. This week, we've posted Richard Fammerée reading Keats's "Ode on a Grecian Urn" and last week Elise Paschen reading "To Autumn" went online.

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CFP: British Women Writers Conference

The 14th Annual Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century British Women Writers Conference
March 23-26, 2006
The University of Florida

Call for Papers

This year's theme, "(Re)Collecting British Women Writers," encourages interdisciplinary approaches to writers of the period, with a special interest in issues related to archival scholarship and memory and how those issues manifest themselves in collections, exhibitions, and canons.

We are very pleased to announce that our keynote speakers will be Talia Schaffer (CUNY-Queens College), Carolyn Steedman (University of Warwick), and Lynne Vallone (Texas A&M University).

We encourage proposals focusing on but not limited to:

Collections and Archives:

- Politics of display and archiving
- Textual and physical collections
- Intersections of written and visual arts
- Collecting in the (pseudo)sciences
- Exhibiting the empire
- The family: children's culture
- Collections and archives in the classroom

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