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Home :: Archive :: 1998 :: March ::
Call for Papers: MLA; Italian World of English
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0202  Monday, 9 March 1998.

[1]     From:   Jan Stirm <
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        Date:   Saturday, 7 Mar 1998 16:57:32 -0600
        Subj:   Call for Papers: MLA

[2]     From:   Michele Marrapodi <
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        Date:   Monday, 9 Mar 1998 09:33:10 +0100 (MET)
        Subj:   The Italian World of English Renaissance Drama


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From:           Jan Stirm <
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Date:           Saturday, 7 Mar 1998 16:57:32 -0600
Subject:        Call for Papers: MLA

Call for Papers;
MLA, December 1998 (San Francisco) > > Early Modern Motherhood

Papers on early modern motherhood, including dramatic, metaphoric,
medical, religious, political and/or historical representations.  What
does "motherhood" mean in early modern culture, and how are these
definitions being constructed or changed? How does the mother's body (or
representations of the mother's body) take on meanings?  Papers from
materialist, historicist, psychoanalytic, and feminist approaches
especially welcome.

Abstract or paper to Nely Keinanen (
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Stirm (
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From:           Michele Marrapodi <
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Date:           Monday, 9 Mar 1998 09:33:10 +0100 (MET)
Subject:        The Italian World of English Renaissance Drama

SHAKSPEReans interested in such topics as "Shakespeare and Italy,"
"Italian Locations," "Cultural Exchange," "Intertextuality," and
"Comparative Literature" may like to know that _The Italian World of
English Renaissance Drama: Cultural Exchange and Intertextuality_, ed.
Michele Marrapodi, associate ed. A.J. Hoenselaars (Newark: University of
Delaware Press, 1998) has been published.

The volume contains essays by David Bevington, Michele Marrapodi,
Mariangela Tempera, Viviana Comensoli, A.J. Hoenselaars, Michael J.
Redmond, J.R. Mulryne, Lisa Hopkins, Louise George Clubb, Robert S.
Miola, Leo Salingar, Juliet Dusinberre, Keir Elam, Robert Henke, and
Zara Bruzzi.  An extensive bibliography completes the volume.

Michele Marrapodi,
University of Palermo.
 

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