|Sat 15 March 2014||
A multi-disciplinary conference on what happens to books when translated into other media. 30 May 2014, Institute of English Studies Joseph Conradʼs fictions have been adapted for stage, screen, and radio, and have appeared in songs, graphic novels, and art installations. H...
|Mon 31 March 2014||
Literary London Conference 2014
For our 2014 conference, proposals are invited for papers, comprised panels, and roundtable sessions, which consider any period or genre of literature about, set in, inspired by, or alluding to central and suburban London and its environs, from the city's roots in pre-Roman ti...
|Tue 1 April 2014||
2014 sees the 100th anniversary of James Joyce’s first book of fiction, Dubliners. Joyce’s collection of stories was intended as ‘a chapter in the moral history of my country’, and as a ‘nicely polished looking glass’ in which the Irish...
|Fri 4 April 2014||
Victorian Popular Fiction Association: 6th Annual Conference
Victorian Treasures and Trash The Victorian Popular Fiction Association conference is recognised as an important event on the annual conference circuit and offers a friendly and invigorating opportunity for established academics and post graduate students to share their curre...
|Wed 16 April 2014||
Celebrating Chinua Achebe's Legacy: Arrow of God at 50
We are organising a conference to commemorate Chinua Achebe’s work and influence, and to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Arrow of God, which many consider Achebe’s greatest novel. The conference will be held at the University of London Sen...
|Wed 30 April 2014||
Anna Kavan: Historical Context, Influences and Legacy
A one-day symposium in association with Liverpool John Moores University Research Centre for Literature and Cultural History. Evening Event: Anna Kavan's Legacy (details tbc) Anna Kavan’s publication history spans from her early novels under the name Helen Fergus...
|Sun 30 November 2014||
Aestheticism and Decadence in the Age of Modernism: 1895 to 1945
This interdisciplinary conference intends to open discussions about the meaning and significance of Aestheticism and Decadence as these movements evolved between 1895 and the mid-twentieth century. Aestheticism and Decadence were not vanquished with Wilde's imprisonment but, r...