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Tyndale and the Reformation: Call for Papers
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 204.  Tuesday, 30 March 1993.
 
From:           Patrick W. Conner <U47C2@WVNVM>
Date:           Monday, 29 Mar 1993 20:41:34 EST
Subject:        Call for Papers
 
                                CALL FOR PAPERS
 
                       WILLIAM TYNDALE--ENGLISH REFORMER
 
                    CAROLINAS SYMPOSIUM ON BRITISH STUDIES
 
              WEST VIRGINIA UNVIERSITY--MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA
 
                              OCTOBER 30-31, 1993
I have only recently learned that The Carolinas Symposium on British
Studies has authorized a sepecial session at its upcoming annual
meeting to be devoted to William Tyndale and his role in the
Reformation.  This session is in celebration of the sesquecentennial of
Tyndale's birth.  Papers are solicited on any aspect of Tyndale's work
and achievement, and those preparing proposals should keep in mind that
the Carolinas Symposium encourages interdisciplinary sessions with
papers from scholars of literature, languages, rhetoric, history, art
history, religious studies, cultural studies, and the history of ideas.
The Symposium's general theme is "Revisions and Retrospectives in
British Studies."
 
 
In order to become part of the October program, I need to
forward by April 15 specifics about the Tyndale session.  I encourage
you, therefore, to send to me by April 10 an abstract or a description
of a presentation for the usual 20-minute reading time.  Session
participants will be notified in May whether their papers have been
accepted.
 
 
Because we must act in a timely fashion, I urge you to share
this announcement with colleagues and graduate students.  It is my
genuine hope, despite the quick turn-around time, that we will be able
to design an exciting session on Tyndale.
 
                        SEND PROPOSALS OR INQUIRIES TO
 
                             Dr. Rudolph P. Almasy
                             Department of English
                                  PO BOX 6296
                           West Virginia University
                           Morgantown WV 26506-6296
 
                              phone 304-293-5021
                               fax 304-293-5380
                        e-mail 
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