University of Newcastle, Australia
24-27 June, 2014
This symposium seeks to move beyond authorship as the primary focus of corpus-based studies in early modern literature, to consider broader questions of language and style, genre and form, influence and adaptation; to interrogate the new literary histories enabled by electronic text corpora, and the new methods of analysis they make possible.
Confirmed speakers include: Douglas Bruster, Gabriel Egan, Jonathan Hope, MacDonald P. Jackson, Lynne Magnusson, and Michael Witmore.
The convenors, Hugh Craig and Brett D. Hirsch, invite proposals for long and short papers (20/40 min) and quick-fire poster presentations (5 min). For consideration, abstracts should be received by email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org before 1 February 2014.
To download a poster/flyer and for more details, visit: http://notwithoutmustard.net/beyond-authorship