New Work in Modernist Studies: Graduate Conference
Friday 6 December 2019 | University of Liverpool
Registration is now open for the ninth one-day graduate conference on New Work in Modernist Studies, which will take place on Friday 6 December at the University of Liverpool, in conjunction with the Modernist Network Cymru (MONC), the London Modernism Seminar, the Scottish Network of Modernist Studies, the Northern Modernism Seminar, the Midlands Modernist Network and the British Association for Modernist Studies (BAMS).
See more here: New Work in Modernist Studies
BAMS is dedicated to fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion. As in previous years, this conference will take the form of an interdisciplinary programme reflecting the full diversity of current graduate work in modernist studies.
The day, which also marks the relaunch of the Northern Modernism Seminar, will include a plenary session with Dr Beryl Pong (Sheffield) and will close with a discussion of the legacies of modernism, for which we’ll be joined by writers Preti Taneja (We That Are Young, 2017) and Chris McCabe (Dedalus, 2018), and Eloise Millar, editor and co-founder of Galley Beggar Press. This will be followed by a drinks reception.
The main part of the day will run from roughly 10am-5.30pm, followed by the evening plenary session and drinks, which will finish by 8 pm. A full programme will be released soon.
Registration deadline: Monday 25 November.
To join BAMS, and receive a discounted rate to attend New Work in Modernist Studies, please visit BAMS Membership
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BAMS Essay Prize 2019
The British Association for Modernist Studies
The British Association for Modernist Studies (BAMS) invites submissions for its annual essay prize for early career scholars. The winning essay will be published in Modernist Cultures, and the winner will also receive £250 of books.
The BAMS Essay Prize is open to any member of the British Association for Modernist Studies who is studying for a doctoral degree, or is within five years of receiving their doctoral award. You can join BAMS by following the link on our membership pages: https://bams.ac.uk/membership
Essays are to be 7-9,000 words, inclusive of footnotes and references.
The closing date for entries is 31 December 2019. The winner will be announced in early March 2020.
Essays can be on any subject in modernist studies (including anthropology, art history, cultural studies, ethnography, film studies, history, literature, musicology, philosophy, sociology, urban studies, and visual culture). Please see the editorial statement of Modernist Cultures for further information: http://www.euppublishing.com/journal/mod.
In the event that, in the judges’ opinion, the material submitted is not of a suitable standard for publication, no prize will be awarded.
Instructions to Entrants
Entries must be submitted electronically in Word or rtf format to firstname.lastname@example.org and conform to the MHRA style guide.
Entrants should include a title page detailing their name, affiliation, e-mail address, and their doctoral status/ date of award; they should also make clear that the essay is a submission for the BAMS Essay Prize.
It is the responsibility of the entrant to secure permission for the reproduction of illustrations and quotation from copyrighted material.
Essays must not be under consideration elsewhere.
Enquiries about the prize may be directed to Tim Armstrong, Chair of the British Association for Modernist Studies, at T.Armstrong@rhul.ac.uk
Full information: BAMS Essay Prize