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Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0684. Thursday, 14 September 1995
 
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        Date:   Friday, 8 Sep 1995 11:10:02 -0500
        Subj:   SQ special issue
 
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        Date:   Monday, 11 Sep 1995 11:01:50 -0700 (PDT)
        Subj:   Conference
 
(3)     From:   Suzanne D Green <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 12 Sep 1995 00:39:59 -0500 (CDT)
        Subj:   CFP:  8th Annual Conf. on Linguistics and Literature
 
(4)     From:   Daniel Traister <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 12 Sep 1995 18:48:43 -0400 (EDT)
        Subj:   Roger Chartier to speak
 
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        Date:   Saturday, 9 Sep 95 13:41:12 -0500
        Subj:   Re: SHK 6.0671  Re: Shakes Movies and Chicago performances
 
 
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From:           Sara Jayne Steen <
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Date:           Friday, 8 Sep 1995 11:10:02 -0500
Subject:        SQ special issue
 
A re-posting of the call for those of you who were off-line during the
summer.  Please excuse the duplication.
 
                        Call for Essays
 
*Shakespeare Quarterly* is soliciting essays for the winter 1996 issue, a
special issue on "Teaching Judith Shakespeare," to be guest-edited by Elizabeth
H. Hageman and Sara Jayne Steen.  Papers should address approaches to and/or
implications of teaching sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English women
writers in conjunction with Shakespeare. Rather than simply providing useful
readings of paired works, teachers might, for example, examine methods of
teaching *The Tragedy of Mariam* with *Othello,* *The Convent of Pleasure* with
*Love's Labor's Lost,* or Wroth's and Philip's poems with Shakespeare's
sonnets; describe how students respond to Portia and Rosalind when
Shakespeare's plays are juxtaposed with the writings of Aemilia Lanyer, Arbella
Stuart, or Rachel Speght; suggest innovative reconfigurations of courses,
treating issues such as language, spirituality, or the pastoral; or explore
entirely new courses that emerge when these women's works join Shakespeare's as
part of our cultural and literary discussions.
 
Articles (c. 20 pages, in *SQ* format) should be submitted to both Elizabeth H.
Hageman, Department of English, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
03824-3574, and Sara Jayne Steen, Department of English, Montana State
University-Bozeman, Bozeman, MT 59717-0230.  The deadline for submissions is 31
October 1995.  Inquiries are welcome and may be directed to either Professor
Hageman or Professor Steen.
 
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Elizabeth Hageman

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Sara Jayne Steen

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Date:           Monday, 11 Sep 1995 11:01:50 -0700 (PDT)
Subject:        Conference
 
 
CALL FOR PAPERS AND PROPOSALS
 
        "TEACHING THE RENAISSANCE"
        RENAISSANCE CONFERENCE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
        FOURTH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM
        CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA
        SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1996
 
Proposals on practical and theoretical pedagogical topics are invited from
scholars and teachers in all Renaissance Studies disciplines for the
Renaissance Conference of Southern California's Fourth Annual Symposium on
"Teaching the Renaissance."  We especially welcome proposals for workshops and
roundtable or panel discussions which allow extensive participation by those
attending the symposium, as well as as abstracts of formal papers (reading
length 20 minutes).  While we always welcome proposals and abstracts dealing
with Shakespeare's works, this year we particularly encourage submissions on
non-Shakespearean literary topics and authors, including the teaching of
Renaissance non-dramatic works, and also encourage submissions on
interdisciplinary and non-literary topics.
 
Please submit proposals for receipt by November 31, 1995 to: Prof. Renee
Pigeon, Dept. of English, CSU San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA 92407.
Telephone: (909) 880-5896.  Send e-mail submissions to:

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an e-mail address with your submission.
 
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Date:           Tuesday, 12 Sep 1995 00:39:59 -0500 (CDT)
Subject:        CFP:  8th Annual Conf. on Linguistics and Literature
 
                             CALL for PAPERS
             8TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON LITERATURE AND LINGUISTICS
                         UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
 
                            February 2-3, 1996
            Radisson Hotel and Conference Center, Denton, Texas
 
                             Keynote Speakers:
                   Emily Toth, Louisiana State University
                     Haj Ross, University of North Texas
 
Sponsored by the University of North Texas Department of English and the GSEA
 
Abstracts dealing with any aspect of linguistics or literature are solicited,
including:
 
Literary Analysis Linguistic Analysis      Technical Writing  Film Studies
Critical Theory   Theoretical Linguistics  Composition Theory Women's Studies
Creative Writing  1st/2nd Lang Acquisition Comp/ESL Pedagogy  Minority
 Literature
 
Creative submissions of poetry, fiction or essays are also welcome, as are
complete symposium proposals. Instructions for paper abstracts, symposium
proposals, and creative submissions--including deadlines for submission--are
below. Submissions from graduate students are particularly encouraged. E-mailed
or FAXed proposals are accepted.
 
 
                    Conference on Language and Literature
                             Department of English
                                   PO Box 13827
                            University of North Texas
                                Denton, TX 76203
 
                               
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                               Fax:  817/565-4355
 
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Instructions for PAPER ABSTRACTS:
 
Abstracts for papers should be no longer than two pages and should exclude name
and affiliation. On a separate page, please send the following information:
 
Name             Affiliation
Paper title      Postal address
E-mail address   Phone number
FAX              Audiovisual needs
Status (graduate student, faculty)
 
DEADLINE for RECEIPT of paper abstracts: October 31, 1995
 
Abstracts for papers will be reviewed anonymously by selected faculty
members. Notification of acceptance will follow no later than December 1,
1995. Persons with papers accepted for presentation will be asked to
provide a short abstract (300 word maximum) for the conference handbook by
January 10, 1996.
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Instructions for SYMPOSIUM PROPOSALS:
 
Symposium proposals must include
 
 (a) an overall abstract (2 page maximum) outlining the nature of the
     symposium as a whole;
 (b) a short abstract for the overall symposium  (300 word maximum) to place
     in the conference program
 (c) a short abstract (300 word maximum) from each presenter.
 
As above, these abstracts should be submitted anonymously. On a separate
page, please send the following information:
 
Symposium title                    Symposium paper title
Name of organizer(s)               Name of paper presenter
Affiliation of organizer(s)        Affiliation of presenter
Postal address of organizer(s)     Postal address of presenter
Phone number of organizer(s)       Phone number of presenter
E-mail address of organizer(s)     E-mail address of presenter
FAX number of organizers           FAX number of presenter
                                   Audiovisual needs
 
DEADLINE for RECEIPT of Symposium Proposals: November 31, 1995
 
Symposium proposals will also be reviewed anonymously by selected faculty
members. Notification of acceptance of the symposium will be made only to
the symposium organizer(s) and will follow no later than December 10,
1995.
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Instructions for CREATIVE SUBMISSIONS:
 
Creative submissions of poetry, fiction or essays are also solicited.
Those wishing to present must submit the complete text of the work, though
without name. On a separate page, please send the following information:
 
Name              Affiliation
Title of work     Postal address
E-mail address    Phone number
FAX               Audiovisual needs
Status (graduate student, faculty, etc.)
 
DEADLINE for RECEIPT of creative works: October 31, 1995
 
Creative submissions will also be reviewed anonymously by selected faculty
members. Notification of acceptance will follow no later than December 1,
1995.
 
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Date:           Tuesday, 12 Sep 1995 18:48:43 -0400 (EDT)
Subject:        Roger Chartier to speak
 
                        SEMINAR BY ROGER CHARTIER
 
        "Punctuation, Voice, and the Text in the 17th and 18th Centuries"
 
A seminar on the history of the book open to interested students and
faculty, as well as to the public, co-sponsored by the University Library
and the Center for Judaic Studies.  Please join us.
 
        September 21st, 4:30-6 P.M. in the Woody Room, 2nd floor, Van
        Pelt Library (3420 Walnut Street [entrance from Locust Walk],
        Philadelphia, PA 19104-6206)
 
There will be a small reception after the seminar to celebrate the publi-
cation by the University of Pennsylvania Press of Chartier's 1994 Rosen-
bach lectures.  Copies of the book will be available at the reception.
 
Daniel Traister, Department of Special Collections,
Van Pelt-Dietrich Library, University of Pennsylvania,
3420 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6206, USA
Phone:  215 898 7088; fax:  215 573 9079
e-mail:  
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URL:  http://www.english.upenn.edu/~traister
 
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Date:           Saturday, 9 Sep 95 13:41:12 -0500
Subject: 6.0671  Re: Shakes Movies and Chicago performances
Comment:        Re: SHK 6.0671  Re: Shakes Movies and Chicago performances
 
Just a small FYI for those interested in Shakepeare on film.  In this week's
Hollywood Reporter was a new listing for a film which I was very pleased to
see.  Here it is:
 
Twelfth Night
(start Oct 23) Shooting in Ireland
Renaissance Films/Fine Line Features
83 Berwick Street
London, UK  W1V 3PT
Cast: Nigel Hawthorne, Helena Bonham-Carter, Imogen Stubbs, Toby Stephens,
Imelda Staunton
Dir/Scr: Trevor Nunn
 
Secondly, a favour, is there anyone in Chicago that can provide me with some
information on Shakespere performances in the area?  I am planning a visit
the second or third weekend in December and would like to take in a play
while there.  Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
 
Fiona C. Quick
University of Minnesota

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