Marianne Moore

6-9 June, 2002

Virginia Woolf: Across the Generations

Sonoma State University

Inquiries: J.J. Wilson;

15-17th July 2002


The 2nd trAce International Conference on Writing and the Internet

Nottingham Trent University

Incubation2 is the second trAce International Conference on Writing & the Internet, and the premier international event for writers working on the web. In 2000 it attracted delegates from around the world, including America, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Holland, Norway, Slovenia and Sweden. 2002 promises to be even bigger. Incubation2 is not just a chance to hear some of the best writers working on the web today. It will provide a showcase for the writing of the future and offer a glimpse into the work of writers who use the internet to develop ground-breaking content: poetry with sound and images, personal histories, news, journalism, stories with multiple endings. This is writing on the web, for the web, and about the web

For further information, see

1st - 4th August 2002


non-local, non-linear, non-ordinary

4th International CAiiA-STAR Research Conference

Perth, Australia

Consciousness Reframed 2002 is a forum for developments in the field of art, technology and consciousness. It follows the conferences of 1997, 1998, and 2000 convened by Roy Ascott at the University of Wales College, Newport, each of which attracted some 200 delegates from around 25 countries, including over 100 presenters, In August 2002, the CAiiA-STAR Research Conference Consciousness Reframed will take in Perth, Western Australia, hosted by the Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth (BEAP), and John Curtin Gallery, Curtin University of Technology.

For further details, see:

September 20-22, 2002

LOST MEASURE : A Conference on H.D.

Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA

Deadline for abstracts: June 15, 2002


H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) is one of the foremost modernist poets of the 20th century. Born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, she attended Bryn Mawr College before resettling in London. H.D. was associated with the imagist movement early in her career; she formed close associations with leading modernist writers and intellectuals of her day, including Ezra Pound, D. H. Lawrence, and Sigmund Freud. She also did free translations and adaptations from Greek poetry and drama, and appeared in an avant-garde film called Borderline.

This conference, co-organized by the English Department at Lehigh University and the H.D. Society, aims to contribute to the field of H.D. studies by exploring H.D.’s life and writing in her own hometown. We hope to bring accomplished H.D. scholars into dialogue with each other, and empower new voices to join the discussion. The two-day conference will consist of:

* formal scholarly papers and discussion
* a community-oriented talk for the general public
* a poetry reading, including performances H.D.’s poems
* a screening of the Kenneth MacPherson film _Borderline_
* a tour of H.D. sites in Bethlehem
* a celebration of H.D.’s influence on contemporary literature

Keynote speaker: Susan Stanford Friedman, University of Wisconsin

Short papers (20 minutes) are invited on all topics related to H.D., including but not limited to: H.D. and sexuality; psychoanalysis; mourning; tropes of space and place in H.D.’s writing; H.D.’s classicism, and H.D.’s role in the transatlantic modernist movement.

Please send 250 word proposals to:
Amardeep Singh ( by June 15, 2002

Early inquiries welcomed.

Conference website (check for updates):

Lehigh Sponsors include: the Humanities Center, the Women’s Center,
Women’s Studies, English, American Studies, and History

31 October-3 November, 2002-02-18

Modernist Studies Association Fourth Annual Conference

University of Wisconsin, Madison

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8-10 November, 2002

International Conference on Literature, Visual Arts, and/or Cinema: Chaos and Order

State University of West Georgia

Inquiries: Joseph Tyler:

27-30 December, 2002

Modern Language Association Annual Conference

New York

For further details:

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