Please remember that the deadline is approaching to send in an abstract for the Dickens Society-organized panel at the Nineteenth-Century Studies Association’s (NCSA) conference in April 2016 in Lincoln, NE.
NCSA is eager to inaugurate this new relationship between the organizations with a successful panel, as am I! The original CFP follows:
Call for Proposals: Dickens Society panel at the Nineteenth-Century Studies Association (NCSA)
Abstracts due November 1, 2015
Conference April 13-16, 2016 in Lincoln, NE
The Dickens Society is pleased to invite abstracts for a special session on Charles Dickens at the 2016 NCSA Conference in Lincoln, NE. The theme for the NCSA meeting is “The New and the Novel in the 19th Century / New Directions in 19th-century Studies.” In other words, it is tailor made for scholars of Dickens, the self-proclaimed “Inimitable” of Victorian literature.
We welcome proposals on newness and innovation in Dickens’s fiction and journalism; on his transformative role as an editor, philanthropist, and social reformer; on new directions in Dickens studies in our remarkable age of digital archives, corpus analysis, and distant reading; or on any other aspect of Dickens’s life and work that suits the broader conference theme. Please submit 250-word abstracts and 1-page CVs to [log in to unmask] for consideration. All proposals will be acknowledged, and accepted presenters will be notified in December 2015.
Associate Professor and Associate Chair
Department of English
Iowa State University
Charles Dickens’s Our Mutual Friend: A Publishing History (http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9780754669302)
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