19th-century French CFP for MLA 2020 (9-12 Jan in Seattle)

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    Elizabeth N. Emery
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    Dear Colleagues, Please find below the 19th-Century French LLC Forum calls for papers for the 2020 MLA Convention in Seattle (9-12 January). Abstracts are due to the organizers below by 15 March. We encourage you to submit and look forward to a lively 19th-century French presence in Seattle!

    “‘All is True’: Truth from Balzac to Zola”We welcome contributions on constructions of “truth” in 19th-century France.  Deadline for submissions: Friday, March 15, 2019 to Elizabeth Emery, Montclair State U (emerye@montclair.edu )

    Roundtable in Honor of Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson (1940-2018)We welcome scholarly contributions related to Ferguson’s wide-ranging work—from literary and social revolutions in food culture to reflections on sociology, literature, popular culture, and the city. Deadline for submissions: Friday, March 15, 2019 to Alexandra K. Wettlaufer, U of Texas (akw@austin.utexas.edu )

    Sino-French Exchanges in the Long Nineteenth Century (in partnership with the East Asian LLC Forum)Papers analyze the proliferation, significance, and ramifications of French and Chinese literary, artistic, diplomatic, archaeological, and scholarly exchanges throughout the long nineteenth century: 1795-1914. Deadline for submissions: Friday, March 15, 2019 to Elizabeth N. Emery, Montclair State U (emerye@montclair.edu ); Géraldine Fiss, U of Southern California (gfiss@usc.edu )

    Au plaisir de vous lire!

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    Elizabeth N. Emery
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    @emerye

    Just a reminder that the abstract deadline for the 19th-Century French LLC sessions at the 2020 Convention falls next week (15 March). The committee looks forward to reading 200-500 words abstracts for the following panels.

    “‘All is True’: Truth from Balzac to Zola”

    We welcome contributions on constructions of “truth” in 19th-century France.  Deadline for submissions: Friday, March 15, 2019 to Elizabeth Emery, Montclair State U (emerye@montclair.edu )

    Roundtable in Honor of Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson (1940-2018)

    We welcome scholarly contributions related to Ferguson’s wide-ranging work—from literary and social revolutions in food culture to reflections on sociology, literature, popular culture, and the city. Deadline for submissions: Friday, March 15, 2019 to Alexandra K. Wettlaufer, U of Texas (akw@austin.utexas.edu )

    Sino-French Exchanges in the Long Nineteenth Century (in partnership with the East Asian LLC Forum)

    Papers analyze the proliferation, significance, and ramifications of French and Chinese literary, artistic, diplomatic, archaeological, and scholarly exchanges throughout the long nineteenth century: 1795-1914. Deadline for submissions: Friday, March 15, 2019 to Elizabeth N. Emery, Montclair State U (emerye@montclair.edu ); Géraldine Fiss, U of Southern California (gfiss@usc.edu )

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    Elizabeth N. Emery
    Participant
    @emerye

    A gentle 19th-c French LLC reminder (in case it’s not already on your radar) that the abstract deadline for our forum falls at the end of next week (15 March).

    The committee looks forward to reading 200-500-word abstracts for any of the three panels below.

    Roundtable in Honor of Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson (1940-2018)

    We welcome scholarly contributions related to Ferguson’s wide-ranging work—from literary and social revolutions in food culture to reflections on sociology, literature, popular culture, and the city. Deadline for submissions: Friday, March 15, 2019 to Alexandra K. Wettlaufer, U of Texas (akw@austin.utexas.edu )

    “‘All is True’: Truth from Balzac to Zola”

    Constructions of “truth” in 19th-century France.  Deadline for submissions: Friday, March 15, 2019 to Elizabeth Emery, Montclair State U (emerye@montclair.edu )

    Sino-French Exchanges in the Long Nineteenth Century (in partnership with the East Asian LLC Forum)

    Papers analyze the proliferation, significance, and ramifications of French and Chinese literary, artistic, diplomatic, archaeological, and scholarly exchanges throughout the long nineteenth century: 1795-1914. Deadline for submissions: Friday, March 15, 2019 to Elizabeth N. Emery, Montclair State U (emerye@montclair.edu ); Géraldine Fiss, U of Southern California (gfiss@usc.edu )

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