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91 We have been encouraged to plan the most complex and largescale project to date: a multi-volume annotated secondary bibliography on George Bernard Shaw. In the light of the events since I969, it seems appropriate to schedule a second Seminar at this time. H. E. Gerber will be Discussion Leader; place and time will be announced in a future number of ELT. Attendance is limited to editors and contributing abstracters to published volumes and those in progress, and to invited participants. Discussion will focus on procedures used to prepare the early volumes in the series, the recently revised Abstracters' Manual, and the proposed Shaw project. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1. People : Jack Wayne Weaver (Winthrop College) has been awarded a NEH Summer Research Grant to work in Ireland on AE. Joseph Wolff (Loyola University, Chicago) is on Sabbatical leave this term and will be in England this summer. Robert C. Schweik (SUNY, Fredonia) completes his year as Visiting Professor at the University of Trier-Kaiserslautern and will be returning to his post at Fredonia by end of summer. 2· Anglo-Irish Research: A volume on Anglo-Irish Literature : A Review of Research is in preparation under the editorship of Richard J. Finneran. The book will discuss the published research through 1973· with the possibility of including works which appear early in 1974. The individual contributors would thus appreciate receiving review copies of recent studies, offprints, and notices of works definitely in progress. The chapters and contributors are as follows: General works (Richard Kain, Louisville)1 19thcentury writers (James Kilroy, Vanderbilt); Wilde (Ian Fletcher, University of Reading); Shaw (Stanley Weintraub, Penn State); Moore (Helmut E. Gerber, Arizona State); Yeats (Finneran, Tulane); Synge (Weldon Thornton, North Carolina); Joyce (Thomas Staley, Tulsa); AE, Gregory, Stephens, & Gogarty (James Carens, Bucknell); O'Casey (David Krause, Brown); and Irish Drama (Robert Hogan, Delaware). 3. Conference on Modern Literature: The Department of English, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan (48823), will again sponsor the Conference in Modern Literature, May 3-5· 1973· on the Michigan State campus. Talks will be given on Black Mountain Poets (Creeley), Imagism (Eckman), Imagism and Beyond (Guimond), W. H. Auden (Greenberg), T. S. Eliot (Hall), New Directions in Poetry (Laughlin), D. H. Lawrence (Martz), Ezra Pound (Meiners), Randall Jarrell (Sister M. Bernetta Quinn), Contemporary poetry (Unterecker, also reading from his own work), Ezra Pound (Wallace). Address inquiries to Professor Linda Wagner, Conference Chairman. 92 4. Fourth International James Joyce Symposium: 11-16 July 1973« For group travel arrangements and accomodations, please write to Mr. Jan Kroeze, Trans-Mark Travel, 4021 So. Harvard, Tulsa, Oklahoma (74135)· For pre-registration information, please write to Mrs. Charlotte Stewart, James Joyce Quarterly, University of Tulsa, 600 So. College, Tulsa, Oklahoma (741CJ4). 5. najiiiji international Association for the Study of AngloIrish Literature reminds interested scholars that the second number of the second volume of Irish University Review has been published and that it includes the IASAII bibliography for 1971· IASAIL also reminds us that the triennial conference will be held in Cork from 27-31 Aug 1973. Those interested in participating should write to Professor Sean Lucy, University College, Cork. 6. The English Institute: The thirty-second session of the English Institute will be held at Harvard University from September 1 to September 4. The subjects of the four conferences and their directors are·. New Approaches to Eighteenth-Cen4 ury Literature (Lawrence Lipking), Poets on Poets (Theordore Weiss), The Emerson Controversy (Sacvan Bercovitch), and Literature of Politics (Thomas R. Edwards). A registration fee payable to English Institute should be sent to Charles A. Owen, Jr., Secretary; English Institute, U-25, Storrs, Conn (06268. 7. New Editor of Ariel: George Wing has replaced Professor Norman Jeffares as editor of Ariel. The new editorial address is The UnicZlltVzl ΪνΙΓ^ ^ " * ^* "' W" Calgary' A1^ta ' ...


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