Conference: Influence and Intertextuality
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, SHK 8.0071. Thursday, 16 January 1997.
From: John Lee <
Date: Thursday, 16 Jan 1997 11:36:56 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: Influence and Intertextuality
[Please excuse the cross-posting.]
Influence and Intertextuality
A One-Day Conference at the University of Bristol, Saturday 24 May 1997
How have theories of intertextuality and Bloom's anxiety of influence changed
thinking about literary relations? About tradition and the canon? About
creativity? About plagiarism? And about more local matters such as allusion,
echo and borrowing?
The organizers of the conference invite suggestions for papers of approximately
20 minutes which address such questions.
Please send abstracts of about 100 words to the address below, by 31st March.
For information on registration and accommodation, please contact:
Influence and Intertextuality c/o Dr J.M. Lyon Department of English University
of Bristol 3/5 Woodland Road Bristol BS8 1TB
Fax: 0117 9288860 Tel: 0117 9287787 E-mail: