If you missed your chance but would like to still submit an abstract for 16th-century French panels in Toronto 2021, please send it to me by Monday March 30th. Send to: email@example.com
Let me know if you have any questions or need a reminder of topics.
All very best,
Elizabeth Black started the topic March 10 deadline reminder: CFP, Medieval and 16th-c French in the discussion LLC 16th-Century French on MLA Commons 6 months, 3 weeks ago
MLA Toronto, 2021
CFP deadline reminder: Tuesday 10 March, 2020
Executive Committees for the Forum on Medieval French Literature and the Forum on Sixteenth-Century French Literature, Joint Call for Proposals:
French Medieval and Sixteenth-Century Urban Space and Urbanism Round Table
How were towns and cities built, inhabited, imagined,…[Read more]
Elizabeth Black started the topic Friday deadline – Reminder: 16th-c French CFPs, MLA 2021 in the discussion LLC 16th-Century French on MLA Commons 6 months, 3 weeks ago
MLA Toronto, 2021
Calls for Papers
Deadline reminder: Friday 6 March, 2020
See attached calls for papers for 16th-century French panels, and please get in touch if you have any questions!
Liz Black (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Toby Wikström started the topic 17th-Century French Forum CFPs for MLA Toronto 2021 in the discussion LLC 16th-Century French on MLA Commons 7 months, 1 week ago
Please find below the 17th-century French Forum´s calls for papers for MLA Toronto 2021.
Decentering Paris in seventeenth-century studies. How are cities and regions throughout early modern France written, pictured, performed, or practiced? How do these locations imagine or position t…[Read more]
Toby Wikström started the topic Panels organized by the Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century French Forums at MLA in the discussion LLC 16th-Century French on MLA Commons 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Panels organized by the Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century French Forums at MLA Seattle 2020
THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 5:15–6:30pm, WSCC – Chelan 5
THE DISCOURSES OF LUXURY IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY FRANCE
Presiding: Sylvaine Guyot, Harvard University
Claire B. Goldstein, University of California, Davis, “Luxury Accessories and Body Net…[Read more]
Toby Wikström started the topic CFPs – 17th Century French Forum – MLA Seattle 2020 in the discussion LLC 16th-Century French on MLA Commons 1 year, 7 months ago
Theory’s Seventeenth Century
Reassessing seventeenth-century French texts’ and contexts’ role in twentieth-century theory. How can current dix-septiémiste work shed new light on the theory canon? 300-word abstracts to Ellen Welch (email@example.com) by 15 March 2019.
The Discourses of Luxury in 17th-century France…[Read more]
“Notre-Dame in Jean Fouquet’s Hours of Etienne Chevalier, ca. 1452-52” is a book excerpt of May Spangler’s “Paris in Architecture, Literature and Art,” recently published at Peter Lang. Designed for an interdisciplinary course in Cultural Studies, the book capitalizes on the little exposure liberal arts students have to architecture, and the wid…[Read more]
And one final exciting session to announce: The Sixteenth-/Seventeenth Century Divide in French (5 Jan, 5:15 pm), just before the joint 16th-17th century Cash Bar.
Dear Colleagues in 16th-Century French (with apologies for cross-postings),
FOR THOSE OF YOU GOING TO THE MLA IN NY 2018: We hope that you’ll be able to join us for the 16th-century sessions, the joint session with the medieval forum, and the cash bar with the 17th-century forum—we are really branching out! In addition, you are invited to a din…[Read more]
Leah L. Chang started the topic CFA, MLA 2017 French 16th-C Literature and Culture in the discussion Sixteenth-Century French Literature on MLA Commons 4 years, 8 months ago
Call for Abstracts, MLA 2017 in Philadelphia, PA
MLA Executive Committee for Forum in 16th-Century French Literature
New Work in 16th-Century French Literature and Culture
The MLA Executive Committee solicits proposals for 20-minute papers presenting new work in French 16th-century literature and culture. Proposals that feature ongoing work i…[Read more]
Call for Abstracts for MLA 2016 in Austin, Texas
MLA Sixteenth-Century French Literature Executive Committee
Affect in Sixteenth-century France
How is affect intersubjective, defined/undefined, related to emotion? Close or distant readings welcome. 200-word abstracts to Todd Reeser, firstname.lastname@example.org, by 3/15/15.
Prefiguring “Disability” in Ren…[Read more]