Novel Theory: May 31-June 2, 2018

The biennial conference of the Society for Novel Studies at Cornell University

graduate workshops

These workshops will gather small groups of graduate students after lunch on Thursday, May 31. You may apply for a workshop if you are not already speaking on a panel. (We will let you know before the deadline.) You may submit a paper on any topic that fits the general conference theme, “Novel Theory.”

Submit the full paper to be circulated to the workshop below. All papers should be no longer than 8 double spaced pages or 2500 words, and they should foreground a central argument.

Each group will be led by a senior faculty member in novel studies, including Amanda Claybaugh (Harvard University), Anna Kornbluh (University of Illinois-Chicago), John Marx (UC-Davis), Jesse Rosenthal (Johns Hopkins University), Jordan Stein (Fordham University), and Rebecca Walkowitz (Rutgers University). Discussion will focus on pre-circulated papers submitted by graduate students.

Deadline: March 1, 2018 (please note one-month extension)

CFP for pre-circulated graduate student papers: deadline February 1, 2018
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