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>From: afob100 <[log in to unmask]>
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>CFP: 'Representing the Metropolis in the Eighteenth Century'
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>This panel will take place at the American Society for Eighteenth
>Century Studies 2004 annual conference in Boston (March 24-28).
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>This panel will examine forms of representing the eighteenth-century
>city, including but not limited to historical, literary, and artistic
>presentations.  In order to present as varied a panel as possible, I
>especially invite proposals that examine cities other than London,
>and/or take a comparative approach.  Possible paper topics include (but
>are not limited to) tourism and tourist accounts; the presentation of
>the city in various guidebooks, travelogues, and souvenir items; the
>representations of social and cultural spaces (promenades,
>coffee-houses, museums, etc.)
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>Panel Organizer: Dr. Alison F. O'Byrne
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>Please send abstracts either by email ([log in to unmask] OR
>[log in to unmask]) or to the following address by September 15:
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>Dr. Alison F. O'Byrne
>Department of English
>University of York
>Heslington, York
>YO10 5DD
>Great Britain
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>Emailed abstracts (sent in the body of the text) preferred.
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