Tag: Tolkien in Vermont

  • Save the dates!

    I sometimes like to listen to the Sounds of the Bodleian Library while working. The soundscapes transport me back to happy days researching in the library, where I hope to spend time again one day. In the meantime, a howling snowstorm is keeping us indoors here in Nova Scotia, but that doesn’t mean we can’t […]

  • Tolkien conference sessions this month

    April is a good month for Tolkien conferences in the U.S. In a few days, the 16th annual Tolkien in Vermont conference will take place at the University of Vermont in Burlington.  This year’s theme is Tolkien and Horror, and the keynote speaker is Dr. Yvette Kisor from Ramapo College, who will be talking about […]

  • Four CFPs in Tolkien Studies

    My inbox is full of calls for papers in Tolkien Studies! This list is organized by deadline dates, one for every month from January to April. You’ll find calls for papers for three conferences and one volume of essays. The 15th Annual Tolkien in Vermont conference April 7, 2018 University of Vermont, US CFP deadline: […]

  • Tolkien in Vermont 2017: Romance in Middle-earth

    The program for the 14th annual Tolkien in Vermont conference has been posted. This year’s theme is Romance in Middle-earth, and the keynote speaker is Corey Olsen. There’s a modest registration fee, except for University of Vermont students and high-school students, who get in free. This is a small and friendly conference where everyone — […]

  • CFP: Romances in Middle-earth

    This call for papers comes from Chris Vaccaro, one of the organizers of the annual Tolkien at UVM Conference in Burlington, Vermont. 14th Annual Tolkien at University of Vermont Conference Saturday April 8th, 8:30am-5:30 p.m. Theme: Romances in Middle-earth Organizers of the Tolkien at UVM Conference are now accepting abstracts for the 2017 conference until […]

  • Tolkien in Vermont 2015

    Tolkien in Vermont is a conference that is now heading into its twelfth year. A call for papers has been posted recently by the organizer, Chris Vaccaro, who promises that details about the conference will appear soon on the Tolkien in Vermont website. The CFP is copied below, or you can find it here. I’ve […]