The Famed and The Forgotten
English Graduate Conference
10 June 2011
English Faculty, University of Oxford
“How are the famed forgotten and how do the forgotten become famed? How are fame, infamy and anonymity broached, contested and refracted? What comprises the literary canon and what merits canonicity?
Oxford University’s English Graduate Conference, to take place 10 June 2011, will provide English postgraduates across the United Kingdom with the opportunity to explore the ideas “famed” and “forgotten” in the broadest possible terms, considering genre, methodology, materials, characters, language, periods and everything in between.”
Paper Submissions Due 1 March 2011
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