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CFP: 2006 WEVSARA Conference
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.1826  Tuesday, 8 November 2005

From: 		Edmund Taft <
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Date: 		Friday, 04 Nov 2005 11:12:24 -0500
Subject: 	CFP: 2006 West Virginia Shakespeare and Renaissance 
Association Conference

The 33rd Annual West Virginia Shakespeare and Renaissance Association 
Conference
CALL FOR PAPERS

The 33rd annual WEVSARA Conference will be held on 6-8 April 2006 at 
Marshall University in Huntington, WV. The Conference Steering Committee 
invites submissions not only on Shakespeare but also on other 
Renaissance authors, including Milton and Spenser. Interdisciplinary 
approaches to Renaissance literature, as well as traditional and 
postmodern readings are welcome. Although the conference has no single 
focus or theme, the steering committee is particularly interested in 
receiving submissions on Shakespeare's tragedies and on 
Non-Shakespearean drama in general.  Papers read at the 2006 conference 
are eligible for publication in the 2007 issue of SRASP (Shakespeare and 
Renaissance Association: Selected Papers), a juried, refereed journal 
with a distinguished Editorial Board.

The plenary address for the 2006 conference will be given by Mary Ellen 
Lamb, Professor of English at Southern Illinois University: "Rethinking 
Popular Culture in *Midsummer Night's Dream*: Fairies and Hobbyhorses."

Panel proposals (groups of three), papers (20 minutes reading time: 8-10 
pages, double-spaced), and abstracts (100-150 words) are all invited for 
consideration and should be sent to

Ed Taft, Chair
WEVSARA Conference Steering Committee
Department of English
Marshall University
Huntington, WV  25755-2646
Office Phone:     304-696-3155
Dept. FAX:        304-696-2448
Email:               
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Panel proposals, papers, and abstracts should be sent no later than 
Friday, February 10th. Acceptances will be mailed out no later than 
Friday, March 3rd.

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