Category Archives: Conferences

Announcing MLA award winners: Ecocriticism and Italy and Viktor Shklovsky: A Reader

By | December 11, 2017

We’re excited to share the news that two of our recent publications have been honored by the Modern Language Association. Serenella Iovino has been awarded the ninth Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Italian Studies for her book Ecocriticism and Italy: Ecology, Resistance, and Liberation, and Alexandra Berlina has been awarded the twelfth Aldo and Jeanne… Read More »

Praise for Thomas Mann in English – now in paperback!

By | September 27, 2016

This week, the Bloomsbury Literary Studies team is heading to the annual conference of the German Studies Association. We’re excited to showcase sixteen volumes from New Directions in German Studies, our fantastic series that uses new perspectives and methodologies to reframe aspects of the discipline and shed light on underrepresented areas of study. We’re especially… Read More »

March Conference Update

By | April 15, 2016

Last month, our Literary Studies team attended two exciting conferences to showcase our latest releases. The American Comparative Literature Association hosted their annual meeting at Harvard University from March 17th through 20th. Our books were a big hit, with our eye-catching Object Lessons collection making a great display.  Attendees were excited to hear about some… Read More »

Centre21 Takes The Stage: Latitude 2014

By | February 5, 2014

We are delighted to announce that Centre21 has been invited to host a stage at Latitude Festival 2014. The University of Brighton is joining one of the UK’s biggest festivals by organising a tribute to miners’ strike poetry: The Miners’ Strike 30 Years On.  From the press release: Dr Katy Shaw, Principal Lecturer in the… Read More »

The Power of the Word Conference 29th-30th June 2012, University of London

By | June 26, 2012

It's amazing how quickly conference season approaches here in the UK. We're attending lots of events throughout the summer, as well as sending flyers and materials to many others (do let me know if you are planning an event!). They always end up being a fantastic opportunity to network, meet new and existing authors, and… Read More »

Moving Modernisms Conference

By | March 21, 2012

We're excited to be exhibiting at the Moving Modernisms conference – starting today at the University of Oxford. Bringing together internationally distinguished speakers from across the globe, the conference will explore and evaluate the cultural, material and intellectual landscapes of Modernist scholarship and some of the most significant directions in which study of the period… Read More »

In Analysis: The Work of Hanif Kureishi

By | February 21, 2012

We're delighted to be sponsoring 'In Analysis: The Work of Hanif Kureshi' – an event running on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th of Feburary at the University of Roehampton. Hanif Kureishi is one of the most exciting and controversial voices in contemporary literature – this conference brings together the most vibrant critics and scholars in contemporary… Read More »

British Shakespeare Association Conference

By | February 18, 2012

Next week will be a busy and exciting one in the Continuum London office as we get ready for a number of conferences (specific details on each to follow on our blog!). The British Shakespeare Association Conference (24th – 26th Feb) is one that we are particularly looking forward to as the authors of Shakespeare… Read More »

World Shakespeare Congress 2011

By | July 18, 2011

We are exhibiting at the World Shakespeare Congress in Prague which started yesterday and will run until the 22nd of July. All of our Shakespeare Studies books will be on display, including the critically acclaimed Shakespeare Now! series, Volumes 1-9 in our Great Shakespeareans series and recent publications such as Shakespeare and the Translation of Identity in… Read More »

Hospitable Text: New Approaches to Religion & Literature Conference

By | July 14, 2011

We are really looking forward to attending the Hospitable Text Conference at the University of Notre Dame London Centre later today. Organised and run by the series editors for our New Directions in Religion and Literature series, this conference focuses on the resurgence of interest in the relationship between religion and literature. The conference brings together… Read More »