2014 Annual Meeting - Amherst, Massachusetts

Join EDIS in Amherst for the 2014 Annual Meeting and Institute, “Emily Dickinson and New England Writers.”

August 8 to 10, 2014

The Emily Dickinson International Society will hold its 2014 annual meeting program in Amherst, Massachusetts, from August 8 to August 10. This year’s theme is “Emily Dickinson and New England Writers.” The program, cosponsored by the Emily Dickinson Museum, will include presentations and activities related to the topic for all participants as well as an institute format for participants who have submitted papers on the theme for discussion in critical workshops. A preliminary schedule follows, and members are advised to check the EDIS website for the most up-to-date information as the weekend approaches. We hope to see many of you there!

To register for the Meeting, click here. Those who prefer may download and mail the registration form.

Click here to see schedule details.

Member-At-Large Election

Member-At-Large Election
Emily Dickinson International Society

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2015 MLA CFP

Calls for Papers 2015 MLA in Vancouver: Emily Dickinson International Society

1. Sounding Dickinson
We seek papers on Dickinson’s engagements with contemporary soundscapes; her meditations on sound; and the sonic properties of her writings. Possible topics include voices, noise, song, hearing, listening, rhyme, rhythm, etc. Please send 300-word abstracts by March 15th to Eliza Richards (ecr@email.unc.edu).

2. New Work on Dickinson: Flash Talks.
We invite abstracts from anyone breaking new ground in Dickinson studies for 4-5-minute presentations accompanied by a single slide, if desired. Time limits will be strictly enforced to accommodate as many new perspectives as possible: 8 brief talks. Please send 300-word abstracts by March 15th to Eliza Richards (ecr@email.unc.edu).

2014: Emily Dickinson Dwells in China CFP

Announcement of International Symposium
Emily Dickinson Dwells in China―Possibilities of Translation and Transcultural Perspectives

Hosted by Literary Translation Research Center of Fudan University
Co-organized in cooperation with The Emily Dickinson International Society

Dates: November 22-24, 2014
Location: Shanghai, China

Click here to view the CFP.


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