2015 Annual Meeting - Amherst, Massachusetts


Online registration form (recommended) now available here.
PDF form available here.
Preliminary schedule now available here.

SAVE THE DATE!!! The Emily Dickinson International Society 2015 Annual Meeting will be in Amherst Aug. 7-9. EDIS, in collaboration with the Emily Dickinson Museum, will offer programs around the theme of "Dickinson in Her Elements." We'll feature Workshops focusing on some poems about the elements, a Critical Institute where participants can workshop essays in progress, and exciting talks. The Institute and the Meeting will focus on Dickinson's relationship to the elements: air, earth, fire, and water. We'll enjoy hikes on the Emily Dickinson trail, visits to the Amherst College Wilder Observatory, a program on Dickinson's gardens, thinking about the weather in Dickinson, and more. Be prepared for bird-watching, star-gazing, cloud musing, ruminating botanically, thinking about insects, earthquakes, and other elemental matters. More information forthcoming SOON!!!

2015 EDIS Member-At-Large Election

An election ballot, statements from the three candidates, and instructions on how to vote for our EDIS Member-At-Large Election are now available to download here.

2016 International Conference - Paris, France

June 2016 - ‘The Angled Road Preferred against the Mind’
Experimental Dickinson

Click here to view the CFP.

2016: MLA Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas - Call for Submissions

The Emily Dickinson International Society invites submissions for their guaranteed session at next year’s MLA Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas:

Title of session: Lyrical Ecologies

Description: This session focuses on Dickinson’s relation to human and non-human eco-systems. We invite 300-word abstracts for presentations engaging Dickinson's textual and material ecologies, including her interrogation of anthropomorphism; her stakes in human-non-human crossings; her creation of “soundtopes”; her imagination of a post-human “world without us”; her investment in the sociality of poetic form, her continued existence in a new digital ecology, etc.

Please submit cvs and abstracts by March 15 to:
Eliza Richards (eliza_richards@unc.edu ) and Marta Werner (wernerm@dyc.edu )

2015 MLA Sessions

Click here to view Dickinson panels at MLA.

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