Tag: Dutch studies

Call for papers Boundary Conditions in Netherlandish Literature, Language and Culture 5–8 January 2017, Philadelphia

Call for papers
Boundary Conditions in Netherlandish
Literature, Language and Culture
5–8 January 2017, Philadelphia
Sessions organized by the MLA Dutch Forum
At the 2017 convention of the Modern Language Association of America, the MLA Dutch Forum will organize one or more sessions on the 2017 MLA Presidential theme ‘Boundary Conditions’. The convention will be held from 5–8 January, in Philadelphia, one of the earliest Dutch settlements in North America.
The 2017 MLA president Kwame Anthony Appiah described the theme ‘Boundary Conditions’ as follows:

Drawing a Map: Postgraduate Colloquium on Low Countries Studies

The ALCS is exceptionally proud to announce that on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd July 2015 the very first Postgraduate Colloquium on Low Countries Studies will take place in London. For Drawing a Map, the ALCS joins forces with the Modern Languages Research Insititue, University College London and the University of Sheffield.

The ongoing relationships and interwoven histories of the British Isles and the Low Countries mean that there is a long tradition of mutual interest and academic cooperation between both sides of the North Sea.
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