Modernist Studies Association 7th Annual Conference
November 3-6, 2005
Proposed panel: The Illustrated Book
With a legacy in the West dating to the Middle Ages, book illustration is deeply rooted in tradition. At the same time, artists, beginning with William Blake, began to rethink and expand the relationship between words and the images they used to accompany them. Proposals exploring the relationship between text and illustration, especially those concerned with artists illustrating the texts of others, are invited for a session at the Modernist Studies Association annual meeting to be held in Chicago the first weekend of November, 2005.
Please send a one- to two-page abstract for a 20-minute presentation together with a brief CV to Michelle Kaiserlian at the following email address by February 11, 2005. Electronic submissions only.
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