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Issue 40, Nov. 2012 - Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

Issue 40, Nov. 2012 - Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

63 First World Congress

63 First World Congress of Scottish Literatures 2–5 July 2014, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland. World Congress website From 2-5 July 2014, the University of Glasgow will host the first ever World Congress of Scottish Literatures in the College of Arts, with the involvement of the Association for Scottish Literary Studies, Scottish Historical Review and other bodies. Partner organizations include the Burns Federation, University of California at Berkeley, Charles University Prague, Guelph, Otago, Simon Fraser University, University of South Carolina, the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures (IASIL) and the Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies Society. There is an international advisory panel consisting of scholars from the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand and Spain, and the novelist James Robertson will give the opening plenary. The conference will be organized under four main headings: Authors Themes including Drama, Environment, Film, Genre, Histories, Ideas and Beliefs, Language, Modernity, Places, Theorizing Scotland / Scotticizing Theory Gaelic, Mediaeval, Musical and Artistic Scotland Scotland in global culture and context The conference will be held during an exciting month in Glasgow, with the Commonwealth Games and the major Georgian Glasgow exhibition both taking place in July 2014. As part of the celebration of the world in Scotland and Scotland in the world in 2014, the College intends to offer a full overseas fee waiver bursary over three years to a Commonwealth student wishing to work on a PhD on any aspect of Scotland in its international context in the College of Arts. The College of Arts at Glasgow is at the heart of studying Scotland worldwide. It has an unmatched reach in research terms. Indeed, with some £8M of research income in recent years, the College leads the world in Scottish Studies research. Major projects include Leverhulme Scottish Seventeenth-Century Philosophy, the AHRC Breaking of Britain project with its ground-breaking database, AHRC Editing Robert Burns for the 21 st Century, AHRC Early Scottish Studies Newsletter 40, November 2012

64 Scottish Cinema, AHRC Scottish Place Names, ESRC Working-class Marriage in Scotland, Digital Archive of Scots Gaelic, AHRC Burns Beyond Text, AHRC Neo-Latin in Jacobean Scotland, Historic Scotland Battlefields Inventory, Historic Scotland Strathearn and Royal Forteviot, AHRC Scottish Musical Traditions and many others. We will work closely with our colleagues in the city and its galleries and museums to make this a truly unique experience for our delegates. Colleagues in Ireland, Italy, Switzerland, New Zealand, the Czech Republic, North America, the UK and Australia have already agreed to organize panels, and the congress steering group, together with a wider internationally based committee, are planning regular updates to interested colleagues. This is only the beginning. The Congress is intended to mark the launch of an International Association for the Study of Scottish Literatures, providing for the first time organized global reach for the study of the literatures of Scotland in a single organization. Everyone attending the Congress will be a founding member of the Association, and we intend to seek bids to hold successor Congresses at three year intervals worldwide. If you would like to be on our mailing list, please contact Rhona Brown at: scottishliteraturecongress2014@glasgow.ac.uk. Come to Glasgow in 2014 and help make this a global gathering to remember. Scottish Studies Newsletter 40, November 2012

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