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Ada Annotations 45: Part 2 Chapter 2

Submitted by Brian_Boyd on Thu, 05/21/2020 - 23:16

Dear Nabokovians,

            The next issue of my Ada Annotations, to Part 2 Chapter 2, is now available here (to logged-in IVNS members; you may become one here).

Part 1 Chapters 42 and 43 are now available hyperlinked and illustrated on AdaOnline. All of the annotations and essays relating to Part One, therefore, are now accessible online, another milestone on this long road.

            Thanks to Bronwen Nicholson and Stephen Blackwell for editorial help and Dmitry and Alina Kirsanov for technical assistance.

New issue of The Nabokovian published

Submitted by dana_dragunoiu on Sat, 05/09/2020 - 06:45

On behalf of Priscilla Meyer, editor of The Nabokovian (Notes and Brief Commentaries), it is my pleasure to announce the publication of the Spring 2020 issue. Enjoy!

Access to The Nabokovian is restricted to members of the International Vladimir Nabokov Society. If you have not paid yet your membership dues for 2020, this is the time to renew your memberships. Thank you!

Resource Sharing Initiative

Submitted by dana_dragunoiu on Fri, 05/01/2020 - 14:08

Dear Nabokovians:

During these extraordinary times of library closures around the world, many
scholars are unable to get the materials they need to continue doing
research. To alleviate this problem, I am offering, as General Editor of
The Nabokovian, to serve as a hub for the sharing of resources. If you are
a scholar in need of a chapter or article that you cannot get access to by
other means, please email me your request. If you are a scholar willing to
share materials from your own library, please email me to let me know that
I can include you on a list of volunteers. Whenever I receive a request, I

Papers to be presented at MLA Convention 2021

Submitted by dana_dragunoiu on Mon, 04/06/2020 - 09:58

Lara Delage-Toriel, President of the International Vladimir Nabokov Society, is happy to announce the following Nabokov panel at next year's MLA Convention:

Panel Title: "Playing with/for Time: Nabokov's Persistent Images"

Eric Eklund (PhD candidate, Nottingham University), "Ever Moving Repose: All Space, All Time, and the Infinite Gaze of Sudarg’s Triptych"

George Mather (DPhil candidate, Oxford University),  "'Thematic Designs': Nabokov Persistent and Purposive"