E-Conference: February-March, 2009
Dialogues & Exchanges
On this page you’ll find closing remarks from the 2009 Appositions e-conference. Papers from that event have been removed from the site, but a conference program remains along with any comments that were posted in reply to the papers during February-March, 2009.
You may still view our two special events from the e-conference:
* John Milton E-Variorum:
* Book Reviewing in the Digital Age:
We hope you’ll visit those events, which will remain open, and offer your questions and statements via the “post a comment” link at the bottom of each document page. All postings will be lightly moderated prior to their appearance.
This e-conference was a free, open-access event organized and hosted by APPOSITIONS: Studies in Renaissance / Early Modern Literature and Culture, ISSN: 1946-1992, a peer-reviewed, electronic, independently managed and published journal.
For articles and book reviews published in Volume One of the journal, use the triangles above to open and close the TOC: go to 2008, then May. Click individual titles and then scroll down.
Volume Two of Appositions will be published in May, 2009. All submissions to the journal will undergo our standard peer-review process.
During the period of the e-conference (February 28 until April 6, 2009), the Appositions site received a total of 1,186 visits from 69 countries, including, for example: South Africa (3), France (8), Italy (15), Germany (18), and India (31). Total visits from the top 5 countries representing the greatest frequencies were: Australia (33), Canada (69), Cyprus (79), UK (148), US (630). 17 comments were posted in reply to the papers and events.
If you would like to see a copy of the CFP for the 2009 e-conference, click here:
We hope you will enjoy your visit, and that you’ll share Appositions with your colleagues, friends, and students. If you have questions and/or comments, please let us hear from you.
APPOSITIONS: Studies in Renaissance / Early Modern Literature & Culture, http://appositions.blogspot.com/, ISSN: 1946-1992, Volume Two (2009): Dialogues & Exchanges