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Literary Circles Conference at Dearborn
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0847  Tuesday, 15 September 1998.

From:           Bob Evans <
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Date:           Monday, 14 Sep 1998 22:09:09 -0500 (CDT)
Subject:        Literary Circles Conference at Dearborn

Because of a problem with the mail (probably due to the Northwest
Airline strike), programs for a forthcoming conference at the University
of Michigan at Dearborn have not been received by many of the people to
whom they were sent.  What follows is a brief overview of the
conference.  For full information, including details about registration,
please contact Professor Claude J. Summers at 
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mailing address is Humanities Department, UM-D, Dearborn, MI
48128-1491.

** PLEASE NOTE: This conference should be especially memorable since it
will pay tribute to Professor Ted-Larry Pebworth on the occasion of his
retirement from the Faculty of the University of Michigan-Dearborn.

Please forward this announcement to other relevant lists.  Thanks!


LITERARY CIRCLES IN RENAISSANCE ENGLAND

Thursday, October 15 - Saturday, October 17

Subjects include Educating Poets; William Cavendish and His Invisible
Assistants; The Invention of the Literary Circle of Sir Thomas Overbury;
Donne's Baiting of Marlowe; Herbert and Crashaw's Literary Ellipses;
John Evelyn's Literary Circle and the Letters of Antiquity; Literary
Circles in Sidney and Shakespeare; Aemilia Lanyer's Community of Strong
Women; Margaret Fell, Menasseh ben Israel, and the Jews; Social and
Literary Responses to Ben Jonson's _The New Inn_; Thomas Stanley and His
"Register of Friends"; "A Space of Academic Recreation: Milton's
Proposal in _The Reason of Church-government_"; Community and Social
Order in the Great Tew Circle; Great Tew and the Emergence of the
Augustan Mode; "A Valediction: of the Book"; and "Of Circles,
Friendship, and the Imperatives of Literary History."

The conference will conclude with an informal discussion by Michael
Schoenfeldt, Arthur Marotti, Jeremy Maule, Debora Shuger, and Sara van
den Berg.

Other participants in the conference will include Mary Arshagouni
Papazian, Diana Trevino Benet, Timothy Raylor, John Considine, Meg Lota
Brown, M. Thomas Hester, Paul Parrish, Catherine Gimelli Martin, Douglas
Chambers, Lawrence F. Rhu, Jeffrey Powers-Beck, Sharon Cadman Seelig,
Achsah Guibbory, Jeffrey Johnson, Stella P. Revard, Anna K. Nardo, P.G.
Stanwood, M.L. Donnelly, Julie Yen, and Judith Scherer Herz.

A piano recital will be presented by Mary Ann Stringer.
 

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