2022 Conference

John Donne Society Conference

»  2023 Call for Papers (pdf)
Programs from Past Conferences
Webinar Apr. 22, 2022 (png)
Webinar Feb. 26, 2021 (pdf)
Webinar Dec. 11, 2020 (pdf)
2020 Program (pdf)
2019 Program (pdf)
2018 Program (pdf)
2017 Program (pdf)
2016 Program (pdf)
2015 Program (pdf)
2014 Program (pdf)
2013 Program (pdf)
2012 Program (pdf)
2011 Program (pdf)
2010 Program (pdf)
2009 Program (pdf)
2008 Program (pdf)
2007 Program (pdf)
2006 Program (pdf)
2005 Program (pdf)
2004 Program (pdf)
2003 Program (pdf)

Newsletter: Volume 24, No. 1-2, Winter 2011 (pdf)
Newsletter: Volume 22, No. 1, Winter 2009 (pdf)
Newsletter: Volume 21, No. 1, Summer 2008 (pdf)
Newsletter: Volume 20, Fall 2007 (pdf)   
Newsletter: Volume 19, No 2, Fall 2006 (pdf)
Newsletter: Volume 19, No 1, Spring 2006 (pdf)
Newsletter: Volume 18, No 2, Fall 2005 (pdf)
Newsletter: Volume 18, No 1, Spring 2005 (pdf)
Newsletter: Volume 17, No 2, Fall 2004 (pdf)
Newsletter: Volume 17, No 1, Spring 2004 (pdf)
Newsletter: Volume 16, No 2, Fall 2003 (pdf)
Newsletter: Volume 16, No 1, Spring 2003 (pdf)
Newsletter: Volume 15, No 2, Fall 2002 (pdf)

The Annual Conference

The John Donne Society 36th Annual Conference will be held
                                8–11 February 2023
at the Lod and Carole Cook Conference Center on the campus of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA.

See left column for links to the 2023 Call for Papers, Program, Invitation Letter, Registration Form, programs from past conferences, and newsletters as they become available.



The 2005, 20th Anniversary Conference

"Old Friends, New Friends, and John Donne Forever"

2005 marked the twentieth anniversary of the John Donne Society conference, which was held at the Lod and Carole Cook Conference Center at Louisiana University. The meeting featured a three-day program, an exhibit of photographs from past conferences, an "edition" of the Donne Conference limericks (Fasciculus Limerickorum), an uncut rendition of the "Donne Variorum Blues," and an awards ceremony at which special recognition was given to the founders and past presidents of the society.  There was, of course, the usual spirited camaraderie at our many "receptions," and the anti-conference was distinguished by an especially prolific outpouring of new limericks and the awarding of a number of "special" awards to various members.

The Lod and Carole Cook Conference Center and hotel on
the State University campus in Baton Rouge, LA.