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Workshop Schedule:

Friday, 1 July: 9.30 – 15.30h

Saturday, 2 July: 9.30 – 11.45h

Timeline:

Initial proposal deadline: 18 March (extended 8 April)

Acceptance Rejection: 1 April (extended: 11 April)

Prerecorded papers / texts deadline: 3 June

Papers will be made available to participants two weeks before the workshop.

Workshop Format

This digital workshop will be held on Zoom.

For this interactive, collaborative workshop we invite participants to consider what it means for us to pay renewed attention to a broad version of form in literary studies. We are hoping for For this interactive, collaborative workshop we invite participants to consider what it means for us to pay renewed attention to a broad definition of form in literary studies. We are hoping for presentations that focus on the theoretical, methodological and pedagogical elements of new formalism(s) and, rather than focusing on individual readings of literary or cultural works, use them as case studies to illustrate or exemplify these broader considerations. Instead of expecting fully rounded contributions, we are looking for work-in-progress papers that allow us to think through and discuss the challenges and opportunities of new formalist approaches in an informal and productive workshop space (rather than a more rigid conference-style event). For this purpose, papers will be pre-recorded and made available to participants two weeks before the workshop, so that we can use the workshop time for discussions.

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Contact

If you have any questions, please get in touch

via email: julia.ditter@northumbria.ac.uk and a.korfmacher@uni-koeln.de

or via Twitter: @julia_ditter and @anne_korfmacher

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