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Writing Women’s Lives in Early Modern Iberia and Beyond

Papers sought for proposed panel at the SCSC (Sixteenth Century Society Conference) to be held 16-19 October 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Papers are sought for a proposed panel exploring issues surrounding writing women’s lives in and out of sixteenth-century Iberia and its empires. Papers may deal with specific writers or texts, or may engage more broadly with the genre and issues surrounding the writing of women’s lives (biography, autobiography, hagiography, memoir, confession, etc., by both male and female writers).

Please send 200-word abstracts and a 1-page CV to Rachel Stapleton at rachel.f.stapleton@utoronto.ca by March 15, 2014.

Organizers:
Faith S. Harden (U. Arizona)
Rachel F. Stapleton (U. Toronto) 

The Ridiculousness of David Gilmour

The Ridiculousness of David Gilmour:
A Collection of Links

Part 1: Initial Interview: “Shelf Esteem” Interview with Hazlitt (by Emily Keeler): http://www.randomhouse.ca/hazlitt/blog/david-gilmour-building-strong-stomachs

Part 2: David Gilmour’s “Apology”: http://arts.nationalpost.com/2013/09/25/david-gilmour-there-isnt-a-racist-or-a-sexist-bone-in-my-body/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

Part 3: Full transcript of the Interview on Hazlitt: http://www.randomhouse.ca/hazlitt/blog/gilmour-transcript

 

Part 4: University of Toronto Media Statements:

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Part 5: Serious Heterosexual Guys for Serious Literary Scholarship: https://www.facebook.com/events/199656653539929/

 

Part 6: Hitting the Fan: Media Explode

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