Northrop Frye 100 : A Danubian Perspective - EXTENDED DEADLINE 1st May
Northrop Frye remains one of the most quoted scholarly authors of the 20th century, who addressed a wide range of cultural, social and religious issues far beyond what is traditionally called literature. Because of his interdisciplinary approach, his comprehensive grasp of our common cultural heritage and his imaginative treatment of the Bible, the study of his work promises to yield valuable insight into our age of multiculturalism and spiritual quest.
Keynote speakers include:
Robert D. Denham, Roanoke College
Professor Péter Dávidházi, Eötvös Lóránd University
Abstracts of papers of 250 words on any aspect of Northrop Frye's oeuvre and a one-paragraph CV are welcome until the 1st May.
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