UPDATE: [General] CEAMAG 2009 Translatons/Transgression

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Alexander N. Howe
contact email: 
howe_a@comcast.net

College English Association - Middle Atlantic Group
ANNUAL SPRING CONFERENCE 2009
“Translations/Transgressions”
7 March 2009

Keynote Speaker: Marianne Noble, Author of Choice Outstanding Book Award-
winning The Masochistic Pleasures of Sentimental Literature and Professor
of English at American University

Location: Towson University, Towson, MD

At this year’s conference, we will consider conjointly the themes of
translations and transgressions. Scholars from around the region will
deliver papers on literature, language, cultural studies, composition,
and pedagogy that contemplate these themes both within the discipline of
English and in other areas of the humanities.

Panels will include the following topics:

· Speaking in Tongues: Bilingualism in the Classroom
· Ethnicity and Transgression
· Breaking all the Rules: A Return to Grammar?
· Forbidden Fruit and Original Sins
· Vernaculars and Idioms
· The Translator as Traitor
· Translating Gender
· Social Contracts and Cultural Transgressions
· Metamorphoses (Ovidian and otherwise)
· Cybertranslations

Registration:

For conference pre-registration and membership, enclose your check for
$40.00 (Regular), $30.00 (PT/Adjunct Faculty), and $20 (Graduate
Students) payable to CEA-MAG, and mail prior to March 1st to the CEAMAG
Treasurer:
                        Dr. Helene Krauthamer
                        3910 Havard Street
                        Wheaton, MD 20906

On-site registration will be $45/$35/ $25 (Regular, PT/Adjunct Faculty,
and Graduate Students). If you will not be attending the conference but
wish to remain a member of CEA-MAG, please remit $10.00 for general
membership. This assures you continued mailings of the journal.

Contact Info:
For more information, please contact: Joe Marshall, Program Committee
Chair, at: f-marshj_at_mail.vjc.edu or (443) 334-2491. Other questions
about the conference may be directed to Michael Eckert, CEA-MAG
President, at Mike.Eckert_at_montgomerycollege.edu (301) 251-7414.

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