Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 2, No. 191. Thursday, 8 Aug 1991.
(1)   	Date: 	Thurs, 8 Aug 1991 23:21 EST
      	From: 	Ken Steele <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
      	Subj: 	Recent Conference Announcements
(2)	Date: 	Thurs, 8 Aug 1991 23:21 EST
	From:   Willard McCarty <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
	Subj:  	Travel, Exploration, and Pilgrimage
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Date: 		Thurs, 8 Aug 1991 23:21 EST
From: 		Ken Steele <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Subject: 	Recent Conference Announcements
Recent Conference Announcements & Calls for Papers
Renaissance Drama
a journal devoted to understanding drama as a central
feature of Renaissance culture, is seeking essays for
volume XXIII, focusing on "Renaissance Drama in an Age of
Colonization."  The deadline for submission is January
15, 1992.  Manuscripts should conform to the stylistic
conventions outlined in the most recent MLA Style Manual;
include a stamped, self-addressed envelope.  Send
submissions and inquiries to Mary Beth Rose, Renaissance
Drama, The Newberry Library, 60 West Walton Street,
Chicago IL 60610.
August 11-17, 1991.
[In progress as this note is published.]
International Shakespeare Association World Congress.
Theme: "Shakespeare and Cultural Traditions."  Contact:
International Shakespeare Association, Shakespeare
Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon, England  CV37 6QW.  [Further
information has been available on the SHAKSPER Fileserver
September 25-29, 1991.
Biennial Conference of the International Society for the
History of Rhetoric.  Baltimore/Washington.  Contact: N.
Struever, Humanities Center, The Johns Hopkins
University, Baltimore, MD 21218.
October 4-5, 1991.
"Court and Culture during the Reign of Elizabeth I: The
Last Decade."  The Folger Institute.  Contact: The Folger
Institute, 201 East Capitol Street SE, Washington, DC
October 11-12, 1991.
Fifth Annual Conference in English Renaissance Prose.
Purdue University.  Contact: Seth Weiner, Dept. of
English, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907.
October 17-19, 1991.
Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Philadelphia PA.
Contact: Brian G. Armstrong, Dept. of History, Georgia
State University, Atlanta GA 30303 or Robert V.
Schnucker, LB 115, Northeast Missouri State University,
Kirksville MO 63501.  [This is a change of dates!]
October 18-19, 1991.
"Place and Displacement in the Renaissance."  Twenty-
fifth annual conference, Center for Medieval and Early
Renaissance Studies, SUNY-Binghamton.  Contact: Alvin
Vos, CEMERS, SUNY, Binghamton, NY 13901.
November 14-16, 1991.
Midwest MLA, Chicago, IL.  Topic: "Options for
Historicizing Shakespeare."  Contact: Elizabeth Oakes,
Dept. of English, Western Kentucky University, Bowling
Green, KY 42101.
November 22-24, 1991.
"Sex and Sexuality in the Middle Ages and the
Renaissance."  University of Toronto.  Contact: David
Galbraith, Centre for Reformation and Renaissance
Studies, Victoria College, 71 Queen's Park Crescent,
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1K7, Canada.
February 13-15, 1992.
Seventh John Donne Society Conference, University of
Southern Mississippi, Gulfport, MS.  Contact: Eugene R.
Cunnar, Dept. of English, New Mexico State University,
Las Cruces, NM 88003.
March 6-8, 1992.
Bibliographical Society of America Conference, at the
University of South Carolina, Columbia S.C.  Featured
speakers include John Cole (Center for the Book, LC),
Don L. Cook (Indiana), David Greetham (New York),
David Kaser (Indiana), G. Ross Roy (USC), and
Michael Winship (Texas).  Submissions are invited for
20-minute papers on all topics of bibliographical
interest, including British and American publishing,
libraries and collections, the bibliography of southern
literature, developments in bibliographical practice and
theory.  Please send proposals or abstracts by December
15, 1991 to: Trevor Howard-Hill, Dept. of English,
Box 188, University of South Carolina, Columbia S.C.
29208.  Tel. (803) 777-6499; Fax (803) 254-5546.
March 26-28, 1992.
Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, Stanford
University, California.  Theme: "Cross-Cultural
Encounters."  (April 15-17, 1993 at University of
Missouri, Kansas City; April 7-9, 1994 at University of
North Texas, Denton (Dallas)).
April 2-4, 1992.
South-Central Renaissance Conference, Northeast Louisiana
University, Monroe.  Contact: Herbert Turrentine, Meadows
School of Fine Arts, Southern Methodist University,
Dallas TX 75275 or James Potts, Dept. of English,
Northeast Louisiana University, Monroe, LA 71209.
April 3-4, 1992.
Southeastern Renaissance Conference, University of South
Carolina, Columbia SC.  Contact: John N. Wall, Dept. of
English, Box 8105, North Carolina State University,
Raleigh, NC 27695-8105.
May 8-9, 1992.
Annual Meeting, Renaissance Conference of Southern
California.  "Reappraisals of Humanism in Renaissance
Culture."  Contact: Christopher Grose, Dept. of English,
University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90024.
July 6-8, 1992.
"Peace, Unification and Prosperity: The Advancement of
Learning in the Seventeenth Century."  Sheffield,
England.  Contact: HPP Conference, Hartlib Papers
Project, University of Sheffield, Sheffield S10 2TN
October 24-25, 1992.
"Renaissance '92: A Question of Documentation,"
international conference hosted by the Centre for
Reformation and Renaissance Studies and the Department of
Italian Studies, University of Toronto.  Discussion of:
New Technologies, The Question of Bibliographies,
International Exchange of Texts and Databases.  Contact:
Renaissance '92, c/o the Centre, Victoria College,
University of Toronto, Toronto Canada M5S 1K7.
Date: 		Thurs, 8 Aug 1991 23:21 EST
From:     	Willard McCarty <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Subject:  	Travel, Exploration, and Pilgrimage
[Reproduced from FICINO, 31 July 1991. -- ks]
The annual interdisciplinary symposium in Medieval-Renaissance-Baroque
Studies at the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, in
conjunction with the Michel de Certeau Center announces a conference
entitled "Travel, Exploration and Pilgrimage", 13-14 February 1992.
Papers bridging different periods and disciplines are especially
welcome.  Multiple perspectives on the theme, encompassing such
diverse fields as literature, history, philosophy, and religion as
well as the fine arts, and the social and natural sciences, are
Abstracts of 1 page are due by 30 September 1991. Send them to Ingrid
de Saissey, Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures, P.O. Box
248093, Univ. of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 33124 USA.
[The above has been paraphrased from an announcement sent by paper
mail. No e-mail address is given. -- W.M.]

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