[Msa-discuss] Marianne Moore Conference May 2020

Miller, Cristanne ccmiller at buffalo.edu
Fri Dec 21 10:40:51 EST 2018

The University at Buffalo will host a conference on Marianne Moore from May 22-24 in 2020. The theme of the conference is "Marianne Moore and the Archives."

Call for proposals:

"Marianne Moore and the Archives" will focus on Moore in relation to archival collection practices, broadly understood. We encourage proposals drawing on research collections at the Rosenbach or on the Marianne Moore Digital Archive but also proposals on Moore's appearance in other modernist archives, in relation to networks of her friends and peers, to current theories and practices of archiving, or on Moore herself as a librarian, a collector, and a self-archivist. Attention to topics traditional archives may occlude is also welcome, as are all fresh and innovative approaches to Moore.

Proposals should be no more than 300 words. Please also include a bio of 50 words or fewer.

Please submit your proposal to Stacy Hubbard at sch1 at buffalo.edu<mailto:sch1 at buffalo.edu>.

Proposals are due by October 1, 2019 (please submit only individual presentation proposals-for a 15-20 minute paper or a 7-minute roundtable presentation-not an entire panel or roundtable).

More information about the conference, opportunities for registration and so on will be forthcoming on a conference website, early in the new year.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Conference committee:  Alison Fraser (UB Special collections) and Stacy Hubbard, Cristanne Miller, Nikolaus Wasmoen (UB English Department)

Cristanne Miller
SUNY Distinguished Professor
Edward H. Butler Professor of English Literature
Department of English
University at Buffalo SUNY
320 Clemens Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260-4610
Tel: (716) 645-2575
FAX: (716) 645-5980
ccmiller at buffalo.edu<mailto:ccmiller at buffalo.edu>

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