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Sh Yearbook; Cahiers Elisabethains; Ben Jonson Journal
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0038. Friday, 20 January, 1995.
 
(1)     From:   Holger Klein <
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        Date:   Saturday, 14 Jan 1995 17:11:00 +0100
        Subj:   [Shakespeare Yearbook]
 
(2)     From:   Luc Borot <
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        Date:   Thursday, 19 Jan 95 17:25:21 +0100
        Subj:   Cahiers Elisabethains
 
(3)     From:   David Phillips <
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        Date:   Thursday, 19 Jan 1995 12:27:59 -0800 (PST)
        Subj:   Ben Jonson Journal
 
 
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From:           Holger Klein <
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Date:           Saturday, 14 Jan 1995 17:11:00 +0100
Subject:        [Shakespeare Yearbook]
 
"Beginning with Vol. 4 (1993), the Shakespeare Yearbook has been edited by
Holger Klein (Salzburg), with Nicholas Radel (Furman) as Reviews Editor.Members
of the Editorial Board are: Dimiter Daphinoff (Fribourg), Peter Davidazi
(Budapest), James Harner (Texas A&M), Joan Hartwig (Lexington), Andre Lorant
(Paris), Peter Milward (Tokyo), Simon Williams (Santa Barbara)and Rowland Wymer
(Hull).
 
In an attempt to complement the emphases of other journals, the Shakespeare
Yearbook concentrates on four aspects: theatre-oriented
studies,interdisciplinary studies, comparative studies, and the reception of
Shakespeare in a specific country or region. Contributions (up to 25 pages, MLA
style, MS-DOS Word for Windows 6 for IBM, plus hard copy)are double-read.
 
Contributions are being invited to Vol. 6 (1995) "SHAKESPEARE AND HISTORY".
This was originally entitled: Shakespeare, the Tudor Myth, and Modern
Historiography, but it has turned out that interesting articles were also
forthcoming for comedies, hence the co-editor, Rowland Wymer and the editor
decided to widen the volume's scope. Articles may cover any aspect of the
relationship between Shakespeare plays and historical events, circumstances,
personages, contemporary or modern historical writing, etc. The deadline for
contributions is June 1995. Please send offers as soon as possible to Professor
H.M. Klein, Institut fuer Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universitaet Salzburg,
Akademiestr. 24, A-5020 Salzburg, Tel. +43-662-8044-4422; Fax +43-662-8044-613,
E-Mail: 
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Contributions are also being invited to Vol. 7 (1996) entitled "SHAKESPEARE AND
HUNGARY", which will embrace studies of translations, critical reception,
creative reception - imitations, adaptations, parodies, travesties, transmedial
adaptations, etc. - literary analogues, productions, school- viz. university
curricula, theatrical production, or other forms and areas of impact. The
co-editor is Peter Davidhazi. The deadline for submitting articles is January
1996, please send offers to Holger Klein at Salzburg (see above).
 
Later volumes will deal with: Hamlet on Screen (No.8, 1997, co-editor Dimiter
Daphinoff), Shakespeare and Japan (No. 9, 1998, co-editor Peter Milward) and
Shakespeare and Italy (No.10, 1999, co-editor Michele Marrapodi)."
 
Please edit this announcement as you see fit. I should be most grateful for its
dissemination.
 
Best wishes and regards,
Yours sincerely,
Holger Klein
 
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From:           Luc Borot <
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Date:           Thursday, 19 Jan 95 17:25:21 +0100
Subject:        Cahiers Elisabethains
 
Dear all,
 
Cahiers Elisabethains inform their collaborators and readers that they now have
an e-mail address: 
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An ftp server is being set up to speed up communication and exchanges between
the editors and contributors. Access rights will be granted to contributors
between the acceptance of their papers and the publication of the issue where
they will appear.
 
The e-mail address can be used for subscription request, to propose a paper,
play-review, book-review, film-review, record-review or note. Mail will be
retrieved by the Montpellier editors, Angela Maguin, not online yet, Jean-Marie
Maguin (
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Patricia Dorval, who also acts as business editor (
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A W3 server will be available this Spring, with access to the library's
catalogue through a WAIS database. More of this when it is ready.
 
Due to growing rampant illiteracy in the administrative spheres of French
academe and ministeries, the Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Elisabethaines
has had to change its name to Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches sur la
Renaissance Anglaise. Our contacts in decision-making agencies seemed more and
more unable to understand the meaning of the adjective 'elisabethain'. We
sometimes found it spelt 'Elisabeth Hun' or under other homophonic forms. It
became more and more difficult to ask funds from local (or even national)
boards in which no one knew what this word meant, so we (mournfully) decided
that our 25th anniversary, which will soon be here, was the right occasion for
a change of name. Our first concession (and hopefully the last) to militant
technocratic ignorance.
 
As some of our regular partners and friends are members of SHAKSPER, we take
the liberty of using SHAKSPER to publish this piece of information.
 
                Cheers to all,
                        For the C.E.R.R.A. (I'm not used to it yet),
                                                        Luc Borot
 
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From:           David Phillips <
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Date:           Thursday, 19 Jan 1995 12:27:59 -0800 (PST)
Subject:        Ben Jonson Journal
 
*****************************************************************
*****************  _The Ben Jonson Journal_  ********************
*****************************************************************
 
Editors Richard Harp and Stanley Stewart are pleased to announce that the first
issue of the _Ben Jonson Journal_ will be released this month.
 
_The Ben Jonson Journal_ is devoted to the study of Jonson as well as all
English Renaissance authors and their cultural, historical, and religious
milieux. Published annually, each issue will be at least two hundred pages.
 
Volume I features essays and reviews from our distinguised editorial board:
David M. Bevington, Martin Butler, Thomas Clayton, Ian Donaldson, Robert C.
Evans, M. Thomas Hester, Grace Ioppolo, William W. Kerrigan, Anthony Low, David
C. McPherson, John Mulryan, Stephen Orgel, James A. Riddell, E.W. Tayler, Sara
van den Berg, Susanne Woods, and R.V. Young.
 
Volume II is nearly complete, and the editors are now accepting manuscripts for
Volume III. Articles should be 20-30 double-spaced manuscript pages, notes up
to 10 pages, style: Chicago. Three copies of the manuscript are required. The
journal also reviews books, but book reviews are assigned.
 
Manuscripts should be sent to: The Editors, Department of English, UNLV, Box
455069, 4505 Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89154-5069. Rejected manuscripts
will be returned with SASE.
 
Subscriptions to the jounal are $15 for one year, $25 for two years.
Subscribers may use the form provided below. For additional information,
contact Richard Harp at 
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snstewar@ucrvms.bitnet (909) 787-3674.
 
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