Monday, June 05, 2006

Call for Papers

The 18th-Century Interdisciplinary Group of the Graduate Center of the City University of New York is inviting paper proposals for its 2006-7 schedule. We welcome papers from all disciplines on any subject pertaining to the “long” eighteenth century (past papers have dealt with a variety of themes: music, theater, autobiography and biography, religion, the novel, philosophy, letters, satire, opera, food, agriculture, architecture, art, fashion, the 18th c on film, poetry, hoaxes, politics and law, history, gender, crime and punishment, and science). Papers have been delivered by graduate students and established scholars. Our meetings will be held at 2 o’clock on the second Friday of every month of the academic year with the exception of January in the 18th-Century Reading Room at the Graduate Center in Manhattan. As in past years, each meeting will feature one or two speakers, paired by topic as schedules allow. Paper proposals can be informal, but please also let us know what month you would prefer. Send proposals to or to

Matthew Williams
Andrea Fabrizio

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