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Call for Panels and Papers | CSECS in Kingston, Ontario, 2016

Posted in Calls for Papers by Editor on September 18, 2015

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James Gray, Kingston from Fort Henry, 1828, 29.6 x 54.9 cm (Montréal: McCord Museum, #M19883, via Wikimedia Commons). Fort Frontenac was founded on the site of what became Kingston in 1673. Fort Henry was constructed during the War of 1812.

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Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference
Kingston, Ontario, 26–30 October 2016

Proposals for panels due by 1 March 2016 / Proposals for papers due by 1 April 2016 [deadlines extended a month from their original dates of February and March]

The annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies invites panel and paper submissions for its annual conference, to be held in Kingston, Ontario, 26–30 October 2016. This conference will be co-hosted by colleagues from Queen’s University and the Royal Military College of Canada. The conference theme is Secret/s & Surveillance. Plenary speakers will include Christophe Cave (Université Grenoble-Alpes) and Lisa Freeman (University of Illinois, Chicago).

Proposals for panels and papers might consider the following themes, though this is not an exhaustive list: treason; suspicion; espionage; voyeurism; surveys & surveying; informants & surveillance networks; secret code; private conduct & self-surveillance; anonymity & pseudonymity;  ___ & ——s, or ‘types’ of secrecy; costume, disguise & cross dressing; masquerade; secret identity; passing; observation of religion; military intelligence; scandal; secret societies;  spectatorship; audience; secret histories; secrets of the natural world; clandestinity & censorship.

Papers in either French or English are welcome. Please send panel proposals by 1 February 2016; paper proposals by 30 March 2016 to email CSECS2016@queensu.ca.

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Appel de communications

À l’occasion de son congrès annuel qui se tiendra à Kingston (Ontario) du 26 au 30 octobre 2016 grâce à la collaboration de collègues de l’Université Queen’s et du Collège militaire royal du Canada, la Société canadienne d’étude du dix-huitième siècle vous invite à proposer une séance ou une communication. Le thème du congrès est « Secret(s) & surveillance ». Les conférences plénières seront prononcées par Christophe Cave (Université Grenoble-Alpes) et Lisa Freeman (University of Illinois, Chicago).  

Les propositions de séances et de communications peuvent aborder les thématiques suivantes, sans que cette liste soit exhaustive : trahison; suspicion; espionnage; voyeurisme; enquêtes & sondages; informateurs & réseaux de surveillance; code secret; comportement privé & surveillance de soi; anonymat & pseudonymie; costume, déguisement & travestissement; mascarade; identité secrète; renseignement militaire; scandale; sociétés secrètes; spectacles & spectateurs; mémoires secrets; secrets de la nature; clandestinité & censure. 

Qu’elles soient en anglais ou en français, vos propositions de séance doivent parvenir à l’adresse suivante avant le 1er février 2016 et vos propositions de communication, avant le 30 mars 2016 : CSECS2016@queensu.ca.

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