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Call for papers: LUCAS International Graduate Conference 2015

People from all disciplines within the humanities are invited to send proposals for papers for the LUCAS International Graduate Conference 2015: 'Breaking the Rules! Cultural Reflections on Political Religious and Aesthetic Transgressions', to be held on 29 and 30 January 2015.

19-20 June 2014: Symposium and interview: 'Imaginary Libraries'

On 19 and 20 June all people interested are invited to join the symposium 'Satirical Catalogues - Fictitious Libraries  (16th-18th centuries)' . This symposium will focus on the early modern genre of the fictitious booklist – a genre invented by François Rabelais. Mireille Huchon, professor at the Sorbonne, one of the world’s leading experts on French Renaissance literature, will interview Martin-Salvan and Hennegrave about his remarkable theatrical experiment: putting Rabelais' imaginary libraries on stage.