We are happy to announce the publication of Twenty-First-Century Readings of E. M. Forster’s ‘Maurice’ edited by Emma Sutton and Tsung-Han Tsai. The volume which includes several chapters written by members of our Society is available from Liverpool University Press right here.
Dear Friends and Colleagues, Members of the IEMFS, This year we celebrate the 50th anniversary of E. M. Forster’s death. The main part of the celebrations will soon take part in Cambridge during special academic conference. The International E. M. Forster Society has decided, however, to offer its members an opportunity to commemorate the anniversary […]
Warsaw, January 30, 2020 Dear Friends and Colleagues, Members of the IEMFS, The winter break finally gave me enough time to put together various pieces of information about the activities of our Society. Some of you may be aware of at least a part of the recent developments, now it seems like a good moment […]
E. M. Forster, Howards End (1910) and its adaptation by James Ivory (1992) Friday, December 13, 2019 University Sorbonne Nouvelle — Paris 3 “Only Connect: Reconsidering E. M. Forster’s and Ismail Merchant and James Ivory’s Howards End” E.M. Forster’s Howards End (1910) has been the object of a vibrant critical debate. Often defined […]
It is with great pleasure that we are sharing with you the call for papers of the forthcoming Forster conference which will take place in April 2020 in Cambridge. Please, share the news with everyone you think might be interested and let’s meet in Cambridge in a year! CALL FOR PAPERS RE-ORIENTATING E. M. FORSTER […]
ADVANCE NOTICE RE-ORIENTATING E. M. FORSTER Texts, Contexts, Receptions An international conference to be held in Cambridge Thursday 2 to Saturday 4 April 2020 E. M. Forster died on 7 June 1970. One of the great British writers of the twentieth century, his continuing popularity in the years since his death is reflected in the numerous reprintings […]
We have some more information about the new Forsterian opera – Howards End America is still closer to its opening night. You will find all the details in this new page and the details about the creation of the libretto in Claudia Stevens’ paper.
A special issue of the Polish Journal of English Studies dedicated to E. M. Forster is now available on the journal’s website, HERE. Enjoy reading!
Members and friends of the Society based or visiting London may be interested in this new stage adaptation of A Passage to India:
Dear Friends and Members of the IEMFS! We want to celebrate Forster’s 139th birthday with our brand new database of film and stage adaptations of Forster’s novels. Please, take a look here and see if there is anything you would like to add! We have also greatly updated our first database – The Translations of Forster.