CFP: [Graduate] Significations: 13th Annual CSU Graduate Conference April 19

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Monica Baltazar

The English Graduate Student Association of CSULA presents
Significations: 13th Annual CSU Graduate Conference
April 19, 2008


The 13th Annual CSU Graduate Conference will examine the significations of language, word,
and image, as well as literary representations of meaning and experience.

The English Graduate Student Association invites CSU Graduate students to submit papers from
all periods and genres of literary, linguistic, and visual culture. In addition, we welcome
investigations of the ideological implications of these issues and their representations. Accepted
papers will be published in a volume of conference proceedings.

Deadline for Paper Submissions: February 18, 2008

Paper topics may include: Historical criticism cultural studies, critical theory, gender studies,
Chicano studies, composition studies, rhetoric and language, visual and performing arts, creative
writing, studies in British, American, and World Literature, Anthropology, History, and

Paper Guidelines:
10-12 pages (including Works Cited and any End Notes), double-spaced, 12 point Times New
Roman font. Paper margins and citations must be in strict accordance with MLA format. Papers
may be submitted via e-mail attachment (MS Word only) or via hard copy, with a cover sheet
stating your name, paper title, street address, e-mail address, phone number, and institutional
affiliation. On a additional page, please include a brief (250 word) abstract of your paper along
with a short (50 word) biographical summary of your interests. Please do not include your name
or other identifying information in the head or body of your paper. Graduate students may
submit one paper for consideration.

Send submissions to:
Significations Graduate Conference Committee
CSULA English Department
5151 State University Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90032

For questions regarding the 2008 conference, please email the conference coordinator at the
above address or call the CSULA English Department at 323-343-4140

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