CfP: 11th IBC International Postgraduate Conference in Austrian Literature and Culture Studies (3-4 July, 2014; 2nd call)

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2012-09-23 16.51.57

INGEBORG BACHMANN CENTRE FOR AUSTRIAN LITERATURE
at the INSTITUTE OF MODERN LANGUAGES RESEARCH (IMLR), UNIVERSITY OF LONDON

2ND CALL FOR PAPERS WITH NEW DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: 20 MARCH 2014

11th IBC International Postgraduate Conference on Current Research in Austrian Literature and Culture Studies

WEDNESDAY, 3 AND THURSDAY, 4 JULY 2014

Venue: IMLR, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1, Room 243

This annual international conference offers postgraduate students working in the field of Austrian literature the opportunity to present their work and discuss aspects of it with colleagues and other specialists. The eleventh meeting will take place at the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies on Wednesday, 3 and Thursday, 4 July 2014, and the organisers would like to invite offers of papers on any aspect of modern Austrian literature and culture.

In the past, the conference has attracted Postgraduate and Early Career researchers from Europe and the US who have met in London to discuss ongoing research in the field of Austrian Literary and Cultural Studies. Apart from papers with a literary focus, contributions within the field of Austrian Cultural Studies are equally welcome!

Conference participants will also be invited to become authors for  austrianresearchuk.

If you are interested in giving a paper, please send an abstract of not more than 400 words to heide.kunzelmann@sas.ac.uk.
NEW DEADLINE: Abstracts should be submitted by 20th March 2014.

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