Dear Friends and Members of the International E. M. Forster Society, After months of intensive planning we are finally ready to send out the Call for Papers of our second conference. We are looking forward to seeing you all in Ludwigsburg next Spring. You will more information in the attached file and on the conference […]
Dear Friends and Members of the IEMFS, In the autumn we intend to publish a special issue of the Polish Journal of English Studies dedicated to E. M. Forster. As the journal includes a book review section, we would like the section to be devoted exclusively to Forsteriana in this forthcoming issue. It will be an opportunity […]
Dear Members and Friends of the International E. M. Forster Society, It is hard to believe how time flies. It has been almost half a year since we met in Olsztyn, and the time has come to give you some account of what we have been up to during these six months. Those of you […]
We are happy to invite you to our first database — international translations of E. M. Forster’s works. Do you know any other transtlations of Forster’s texts? Help us complete our database. Please use this form to add another translation.
We are proud to welcome our first honorary member — Michael Cunningham!
You can download the programme in a printable format by clicking HERE or on any of the images below.
Registration for the conference “The World of E. M. Forster — E. M. Forster and the World” is now open and will last until 15th July 2016. Please find the details here. We are looking forward to seeing you in Olsztyn!
We would like to invite you to The World of E. M. Forster — E. M. Forster and the World, an international scholarly conference on the life and works of E. M. Forster, to be held on 29th – 30th September 2016 in Olsztyn. It is the first conference to be organised by the International E. M. Forster Society and the second Forsterian conference in Poland. It is our aim to evaluate the presence and legacy of Forster in English literature and social history. The double title of our conference is meant to reflect the duality of our aims — on the one hand, we are interested in Forster’s own works, with a special stress on the less often approached texts. On the other hand, we would like to enquire in the position of Forster, his works, and the values he stood for within British and world culture(s) almost half a century after his demise.