GradCATS are proud to announce that our keynote speaker will be Jeremy Strong, Professor of Literature and Film at the University of West London.
Jeremy’s particular specialism is literary adaptation. He chairs the ‘Association of Adaptation Studies’ and serves on the editorial board of its journal ‘Adaptation’. Widely published on literature-on-screen, he has also written on topics as diverse as food, body-building, Jane Austen, and Rambo.
Jeremy was Head of Media at UWL between 2002 and 2007 before taking up the post of Head of Higher Education at Writtle College where he led the College’s successful bid to obtain Taught Degree Awarding Powers. In 2013 he returned to UWL to take up a Professorship.
There is also still time to get your abstracts in for the conference. Make sure you do this before the 10th April in order to be considered. To submit, go to the Call for Papers tab or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you don’t get a response within a couple of weeks, please contact us to make sure we have received your submission.
We will be releasing information about our afternoon panel very shortly.
Registration for this year’s conference, “Evolving Stories”, is now open.
Follow the link and register by 13th June:
The line-up of speakers has been confirmed and we are delighted to invite you to attend what promises to be a stimulating day of presentations, with topics including editing, script-writing, adaptation, and translation.
The deadline has now passed for abstract submissions.
If you have submitted a proposal, we will get in touch with you within the next few weeks.
We’re looking forward to it!
There is still time for you to submit your abstracts for the Evolving Stories conference. You have less than a week to submit- go via the Call for Papers tab for more information.
This is set to be a fantastic conference with Jeremy Strong giving a keynote in the morning, and ending with a round-table discussion which promises to be an engaging end to days events. We will also be hosting drinks afterwards.
We would love to hear from Post-grads from all areas of arts and humanities- so don’t miss out!
GradCATS have extended the deadline for abstract submissions. You now have until the 24th April to submit your proposals, with final decisions to be made by mid-May.
You can submit your abstracts via the Call for Papers tab, or email us at email@example.com.
We look forward to reading your ideas!
Just a thank you for some fascinating submissions so far. You have just over a month left to submit abstracts- don’t leave it too late!
(To submit; either go to the Call for Papers or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
We will hopefully soon be announcing our Keynote and closing panellists, watch this space!
Thanks for all those who have already submitted an abstract.
Just a note to say that if you haven’t had a response from us (within 2 weeks) to confirm your submission, please email email@example.com.