UPDATE: [General] Panels & Papers for the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association
CALL FOR PANELS AND PAPERS
31st Annual New Jersey College English Association Conference
Saturday, March 29, 2008
Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ 07079
Keynote Speaker: Edward Halsey Foster
The New Jersey College English Association is soliciting panels and papers
considering a broad range of literary and composition topics for its annual
conference. The NJCEA brings together those interested in language,
literature, pedagogy, and other aspects of the teaching and study of
literature and writing.
Paper proposals are now being accepted for the following panels (contact
session convener listed below):
â€¢ Microfiction. Convener: John Wargacki, wargacjo_at_shu.edu
â€¢ Humor and the American Novel. Convener: Edward Shannon, eshannon_at_ramapo.edu
â€¢ Teaching Gen 1.5 Students: Writing and Identity. Convener: Gita Das
â€¢ New Approaches to Medieval Literature. Convener: Angela Jane Weisl,
â€¢ New Jersey Writers. Convener: Mary Ann Miller Convener: MMiller_at_caldwell.edu
â€¢ â€œNJCEA Poetsâ€ Convener: Maxine Susman, msusman_at_caldwell.edu
â€¢ Literature and the Law. Convener: Rolanne Henry, Rolanne.Henry_at_NJIT.EDU
â€¢ Travel Writing. Convener: Loren Hoekzema, lhoekzema_at_hotmail.com
â€¢ Transnational Forces in American Hemispheric Literature. Convener: John
â€¢ Material Culture in American Literature. Convener: Mary Dolores DeLuise
and Joyce Zonana, DDeluise_at_bmcc.cuny.edu; JZonana_at_bmcc.cuny.edu
â€¢ Writing and the New Media: Composition in a Digital Age. Convener:
Norbert Elliot, elliot_at_njit.edu
â€¢ Twentieth-Century American Literature. Convener: Shamika Mitchell,
â€¢ Myth and Literature. Convener: Richard Marranca, RMarranca_at_pccc.edu
Anyone with an interest in other topics--in literature or composition--is
encouraged to propose a panel or paper. Full and part-time college
instructors, graduate students, and other professionals within the field of
English are invited to send panel proposals and 250-word paper abstracts on
any topic related to college English to Burt Kimmelman, Conference
Organizer, Humanities Department, New Jersey Institute of Technology,
Newark, NJ 07102; kimmelman_at_njit.edu. E-Mail Submissions Preferred! All
submissions must contain your name, e-mail address, and hardcopy address.
GRADUATE STUDENTS: You are cordially invited to submit papers for the
NJCEA's annual Graduate Student Award. The winner of this award will
receive a $50.00 Barnes & Noble gift certificate and have her or his paper
published in College English Notes, the official publication of the NJCEA.
Send complete paper and paper abstract IN ELECTRONIC FORM only to the
conference organizer at kimmelman_at_njit.edu by January 2, 2008. Papers
should be 8-10 pages in length. N.B.: In order to be eligible to win the
graduate student award, students must present their paper at the conference.
DEADLINE FOR PANEL PROPOSALS: November 30, 2006.
DEADLINE FOR COMPLETED PANELS, PAPER ABSTRACTS, AND GRADUATE STUDENT
PAPERS: January 2, 2007.
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