Indiana University's VICTORIAN STUDIES PROGRAM and VICTORIAN STUDIES
present the Inaugural Conference of the North American Victorian Studies Association, to be held October 17-19, 2003, Bloomington, Indiana.
THE NORTH AMERICAN VICTORIAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION (NAVSA) has been
established to provide a wide-ranging forum for the discussion of the
history, literature, art, and culture of the Victorian period. Our goal
will be to further the interests of Victorianists in the profession:
encouraging press and journal editors to participate in our annual
conferences; facilitating the networking of Victorianists across regional and national borders; and initiating web-based archival projects to make Victorian texts more easily accessible. Annual conferences will bring together Victorian scholars from across the United States and Canada. The inaugural conference will be held at Indiana University in Bloomington, home of the journal Victorian Studies (with which NAVSA is affiliated). We are accepting proposals for panels and for individual papers on all subjects within the study of Victorian history, literature, art, and culture.
JAMES ELI ADAMS
Hard Copy Paper Proposals (200-400 words) and one-page CVs by April 14,
2003 to the address below.
Please do not send complete papers. Include your name, institutional and email addresses, and proposal title in the cover letter that accompanies the proposal; do not include your name on the proposal itself. To submit a three-paper panel, please submit separate abstracts with a short (250 words) cover letter. Finished papers should take 15 minutes (20 minutes maximum) so as to provide ample time for discussion following each panel.
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