CFP: [Graduate] Literary Visions (01/07/08; 03/07/08)
Call for Papers
Annual BYU Graduate Symposium in English Studies
Literary studies serve as an approach to theorizing the complex framework
that surrounds our varied cultural experiences. We often turn to
literature to enlighten our understanding of artistic depiction, and to
expand our vision of the past, present, and future. Our unique
experiences when combined with literature, lend legitimacy and meaning to
a frequently indifferent response to human difference.
With these varying visions and experiences in mind, the English Graduate
Student Association welcomes submissions for presentations at the annual
Graduate Symposium in English Studies. We encourage presentations on a
variety of topics pertaining to literature including, but not limited to,
American and British literature, rhetoric and composition, and creative
The conference will take place Friday March 7, 2008, at the Joseph F.
Smith Building on the BYU campus. No conference fee. Friday night dinner
included. Presentations will be limited to 15 minutes.
To propose a paper, submit a 250-word abstract with your name and contact
information (mailing address, phone number, and email) in the body of the
email or as a MS Word attachment to english.gsa_at_gmail.com
Submission deadline: January 7, 2007
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