NEW DEVLOPMENTS AT TTHA
The Hardy Association has had its front page refurbished this month -- adding links to the seven most notable Hardy-related sites currently on the internet.
TTHA is currently working on the installation of the magisterial Gerber-Davis bibliography on the Members' page. The first section of this bibliography should be in place sometime this month.
TTHA is in process of organising an international conference at Yale University for June 2007. We will keep you posted: further details are forthcoming.
In February, 2005, TTHA is presenting a Film Symposium at the Louisville Conference.
The Twentieth-Century Literature & Culture Conference, now in its thirty third year, is an annual international conference notable for the breadth of interests that it represents and for the combination of critical and creative work that it features. Please refer to the"Society Guidelines" listed below.
Correspondence can be addressed to me at the Dept. of Classical and Modern Languages, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292, or via e-mail at <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>email@example.com. We sincerely hope that you will be able to take advantage of this opportunity to present the most current work in your field to the scholarly community at large.
Danielle R. Day
Submission Guidelines for Societies 2005
Group Societies Submission Guidelines
The thirty third annual 20th-Century Literature Conference will be held at the University of Louisville, February 24-26, 2005. Critical papers may be submitted on any topic concerning literary works (including theory and film) published since 1900. Deadline for submission is September 15, 2004 (postmarked).
Registration materials will accompany the official letter of acceptance in early December.
Society Information Sheet should include the following information and be sent to
Danielle Day, Conference Director
Dept of Classical & Modern Languages
University of Louisville, Louisville KY 40292
Thomas Hardy, from Text to Screen
Chair: Rosemarie Morgan
124, Bishop St, New Haven, CT 06511
1. Richard Nemesvari
Department of English
St. Francis Xavier University
"Intruding Authors and Redeemed Rapists: Tess of the d'Urbervilles on TV."
2. Keith Wilson
Dept of English,
University of Ottawa,
70 Laurier Avenue East,
Canada K1N 6N5
"Far From the Madding Crowd in the Cinema"
3. Shannon Rogers
200 I.Harvey Brumbaugh
Department of History
1700 Moore St.
"The Whole Left Behind: Omitted Scenes in Polanski?s Tess"
The Hardy Review, Volume VII, is in process. The editor welcomes essay contributions -- deadline November 31 2004.
Thank you for your support,