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Call for Papers

Submitted by administrator on 8 April 2016 - 3:28pm

Call for Papers

SE17 Annual Conference
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH  USA

November 10-13, 2016

Please send 300-word abstracts to the session chair or chairs by May 15, 2016.

Rivalries/Rivalités:  Chair, Stephen Shapiro, Bennington College:  sshapiro@bennington.edu

Abandonment and Forgetting/L’abandon et l’oubli:  Chair, Jeffrey Peters, Univ. of Kentucky:  petersjnp@gmail.com

17th Century and Anachronism/17e siècle et l’anachronisme:  Chairs, Geoffrey Turnovsky, Univ. of Washington and Katherine Dauge-Roth, Bowdoin College:  gt2@uw.edu and kdauge@bowdoin.edu

Counterfeiting/La Contrefaçon:  Chair, Ellen Welch, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill:  erwelch@email.unc.edu

Seduction/La Séduction:  Chairs, Deborah Steinberger, Univ of Delaware and Allison Stedman, UNC Charlotte:  steind@udel.edu and Allison.Stedman@uncc.edu

Industry and Object Creation/L’Industrie et la creation de l’objet:  Chair, Ellen McClure, U of Illinois, Chicago:  ellenmc@uic.edu  

Teaching the 17th Century:  Chair, Laura Burch, College of Wooster:  lburch@wooster.edu

 

Workshops

Announcing an exciting new addition to the SE17 annual conference!  Workshops allow participants to read and engage in sustained conversation with a small group of colleagues about our current work. Groups will meet twice during the conference to discuss pre-circulated works-in-progress. Composition of groups will depend on submissions; we will attempt to accommodate as many submissions as possible given space constraints. Participants commit to: submitting a work of 5-30 pages for pre-circulation at least 3 weeks prior to the SE17 meeting, reading their colleagues’ work, and attending both seminar meetings to take place over breakfast Friday and Saturday. 

A separate call for workshop submissions will be issued following the formation of regular panel sessions, with a deadline of June 15. Please do not send submissions now. Those who would like to participate will submit a ~150-word abstract of their current scholarly or pedagogical project: whether article, book proposal, book chapter, website, syllabus, or other curricular innovation to Claire Goldstein AND Juliette Cherbuliez. Note: While preference will be given to SE17 members who are not presenting on a panel, all are encouraged to submit.

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