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CFP: The 49th Annual International Conference of the Joseph Conrad Society (UK) 15 to 17 September 2022

The Joseph Conrad Society (UK) invites proposals for papers for its 49th Annual International Hybrid Conference, to be held at the Università G. d’Annunzio from 15 to 17 September 2022.

The deadline for submission of abstracts (of about 300 words) is 30th June 2022.

Abstracts should be sent to Kim Salmons, Conference Secretary:

Further details here

* Booking Form here *   Hotel accommodation here   Travel information here

St Mary’s University Joseph Conrad Lecture Series in collaboration with the Joseph Conrad Society (UK) presents "Reading Conrad in the Modern World"

Professor Tania Zulli of Università G. d’Annunzio, Italy, will present,"Conrad and Transnationalism: Fiction, Visual Arts and the Modern World," on Saturday 4 June at 2pm.

Further information and booking details here

The inaugural lecture, ‘Conrad and Africa,' presented by Professor Robert Hampson is available for viewing here

CFP The Conrad Panel at SAMLA Conference, Jacksonville, Florida, 11-13 November 2022

“Aspects of Change in the Fiction of Joseph Conrad”

Please submit an abstract of approximately 250 words, a brief bio, and any A/V requirements to Christopher Cairney by 1 July 2022

For more information see here

Call for Papers - “Conrad’s Polish Footprints,” 7th International Joseph Conrad Conference Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin 20 - 24 June 2022

Please send a declaration of your intended participation in the conference (either with or without a contributed paper) to the Conference Secretary: Dr. Hab. Katarzyna Sokołowska

For more information see here

For conference website see here 

"Global Conrad" Conference, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland (USA)  26 - 28 March 2021

The conference is now postponed due to reasons relating to the pandemic and campus availability. 

For more information, contact Brian Richardson or Peter Mallios

"Kent’s Remarkable Writers" Exhibition

The Marlowe Kit, Stour Street, Canterbury CT1 2NZ.  Telephone: 01227 78778

Open Saturdays 10am-5pm & Sundays 12pm-5pm - admission free

A free exhibition about the lives and works of Joseph Conrad, Christopher Marlowe, and Aphra Behn. Explore their connections to Canterbury and the very different worlds in which they lived, through objects and immersive activities (including the chance to dress-up as an Elizabethan actor and use a typewriter from Conrad’s time).

The exhibition’s collection includes historic items, and belongings from the personal collection of Joseph Conrad.

News Archives 2012 - 2021

Past notices of news and special events, as well as images and links to websites, may be accessed at the News Archives.


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