British Comparative Literature Association Triennial Conference
Please note that the BCLA Conference due to to take place in 2020 has been postponed due to COVID-19.
Further updates will appear on this webpage and in the BCLA newsletter in due course.
About the Conference
The conference theme is randomness: chance, luck, fate and the stochastic or aleatoric elements of literary production, transmission, translation and circulation. We expect to issue a call for papers soon.
The conference committee includes:
- Kelsie Donnelly, Queen’s University Belfast
- Prof David Johnston, Queen’s University Belfast
- Prof Francesca Orsini, SOAS
- Dr Nicola Thomas, Queen Mary University of London
Latest news and updates
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In order to to attend or present at the conference, you must be a BCLA member. Fees start from £18/year for postgraduates, and members are entitled to apply for funding and bursaries.
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