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CFP: 21st California State University Shakespeare Symposium, March 1, 2014
Open to faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students, this one-day symposium at CSU Long Beach will feature both panels for longer papers and also discussion seminars for shorter papers. For the paper panels, conference organizers invite submissions that address any aspect of Shakespeare studies, in particular address any aspect of Shakespeare studies. Particularly welcome are papers that attempt comparative, cross-disciplinary, or theoretical approaches to Shakespeare. For the seminar papers, topics from Shakespeare studies should address performance, genre, or history.
Deadline: Please submit abstracts and resume by Friday, December 20, 2013.
University of London, Institute of Historical Research Junior Fellowships 2014-2015
Pre-Dissertation Fellowships: Open to doctoral students in the U.S. or Canada who have completed their coursework and passed qualifying examinations, this fellowship is intended for a preliminary examination of UK archives for the purpose of creating a dissertation prospectus. Visits will be for a maximum of two months and must be made between the beginning of June and the end of September 2014. The total value of these Fellowships will be USD $5,000 each.
Dissertation Fellowships: Open to PhD candidates who have defended their prospectus, this fellowship is intended for dissertation research in UK archives. These Fellowships will last for one year and will run concurrently with the academic year, i.e. from 1 October 2013 to 30 September 2014. The stipend for each Fellowship will be USD $25,000.
The deadline for applications is January 13, 2014. Applications must be submitted online.
GA-EMS Call for Members
Join GA-EMS as a way of furthering your professional and intellectual
development and connecting with other USC graduate students from all areas of early modern study. Read the Frequently Asked Questions and the GA-EMS Constitution for more information, and contact email@example.com to enroll!
Rutgers British Studies Center
(RBSC) supports a rich variety of programming—lectures, conferences, seminars, workshops, and roundtables—dedicated to the interdisciplinary analysis of British history and culture.