“Victorian Education,” VISAWUS/VSAWC 2017 (International)

Deadline: September 26, 2016

Dates: April 28-29, 2017 (Conference) and  April 27 & April 30, 2017 (Workshop)

Location: Vancouver, British Columbia

Entire CFP Link

The Victorian Studies Association of Western Canada and the Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States invite proposals for their 2017 joint conference, “Victorian Education.” The conference will explore Victorian concepts, theories, and expressions of education, teaching, and learning. We welcome papers that examine the Victorian interest in education and its relationship with widespread concerns about personal development, progress, and improvement at the individual, spiritual, and national levels. We also invite proposals for papers, panels, or workshops that explore the teaching of Victorian literature and culture in today’s college and university environments. The conference will also include a publication workshop for graduate students and junior scholars.

 Conference CFP: Please send 250-word abstracts with titles plus a separate 75-word biographical statement to Dr. Heather McAlpine and Dr. Ryan Stephenson (vsawc17@gmail.com) by 26 September 2016. Please visit http://web.uvic.ca/vsawc/vsawcconferences/2017-vsawc-visawus/ for more information.

Publication workshop CFP: Please send your paper title plus a separate 75-word biographical statement and CV to Lisa Surridge (lsurridg@uvic.ca) by 26 September 2016. Participants will submit 20–25-page essays one week before the first workshop day. Workshop participants need not present a conference paper.



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