CFP: Transatlantic Relations in a Changing Cultural Context (Bulgaria)

Francis M Hult fmhult at DOLPHIN.UPENN.EDU
Sun Mar 21 02:37:25 UTC 2004

>      The Bulgarian Society for British Studies (BSBS) and
>      the Bulgarian-American Studies Association (BASA)
>      are pleased to host a joint annual conference on
>      in Varna, Bulgaria,
>      on 22-24 October 2004.
> What is happening in, and to, the ‘North Atlantic area’? Are the Old World
> and the New World linguistically and culturally converging, or are they
> drifting apart? What are the relationships, contrasts, similarities,
> conflicts or complementary developments that shape the civilization(s) on
> both sides of the Atlantic? Are there illuminating transatlantic phenomena
> to indicate where the modern world is heading? Perspectives from, but not
> necessarily limited to, linguistics, cultural studies, anthropology,
> literary criticism and theory, history, sociology and political science are
> welcome.
> Please send proposals with abstracts of 100 words by 1 September 2004 to
> Assoc. Prof. Rumyana Todorova by email (r_todorova at or mail:
>        115 Universitetska Street,
>        Department of English Studies,
>        Faculty of Humanities,
>        University of Shumen,
>        9700 Shumen, Bulgaria.
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