The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 8.0292. Friday, 28 February 1997.
From: Michele Marrapodi <
Date: Friday, 28 Feb 1997 11:22:24 +0100
Subject: Re: Call for Papers
Call for Papers
"Shakespeare and Italy" number of SHAKESPEARE YEARBOOK, X (1999),
edited by Holger Klein and Michele Marrapodi
Colleagues interested in offering a contribution to "Shakespeare and
Italy" are invited to send a brief outline, preferably by the end of
April 1997, to the general editor Professor Holger M. Klein, Institut
fuer Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universitaet Salzburg, Akademiestr.
24, A-5020 Salburg, Austria (Tel. +43-662-8044-4422; Fax:
), with a copy to the
co-editor Professor Michele Marrapodi, Facolt=E0 di Lettere, Viale delle
Scienze, Universit=E0 di Palerm= o, 90128 Palermo, Italy (Tel.
+39-91-6560278; Fax: +39-91-421494; e-mail:
Contributions to the reception-centred volume may cover any aspect of
reception, notably translations, adaptations, imitations,
parodies/travesties, all forms of intertextual use in the receptor
country's literature, furthermore theatre productions, production
reviews, trends of criticism, the role of Shakespeare in other areas of
the receptor culture (curricula, journalism, advertising, etc.), and the
impact of the country or area and language concerned - i.e. in this
volume, X (1999), the impact of Italy and Italian - on Shakespeare.
A style sheet will be sent out on acceptance of the proposal. Articles
should not exceed 25 pages A4 (including notes), line spacing 1.5, with
all notes as end notes and automated note numbering. Contributions
should be submitted in hard copy and on a disk, using IBM or
IBM-compatible MS DOS Word for Windows 6 (or, at a need, WordPerfect).
All contributions will be double-read before final acceptance.
The deadline for submitting the final contributions to the "Shakespeare
and Italy" number of SHAKESPEARE YEARBOOK, X (1999), is 30 September