CFP: Approaches to Teaching Mrs. Dalloway (12/1/03; collection)

full name / name of organization: 
Jeana Hrepich
contact email: 
jhrepich@mills.edu

Approaches to Teaching Mrs. Dalloway
Call for Papers

I am writing to solicit your participation in a projected MLA book
publication, _Approaches to Teaching Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway_, part of
the MLA's Approaches to Teaching World Literature Series. I am
currently serving as a graduate assistant to the volume's editors,
Eileen Barrett and Ruth Saxton, who have asked me to pass on this
opportunity.

We ask that you complete a brief questionnaire that focuses on your
experience teaching _Mrs. Dalloway_. The last question on the survey
asks about your interest in contributing an essay to this volume as
well. MLA book editors promise that, "Like other similar books published
by the MLA, this one will contain not only a discussion of the most
important and useful materials available to the teacher of Woolf's novel
but also a selection of essays by instructors."

If you are interested, please email me so that I may forward you the
form. Questionnaires must be returned to me by December 1.

We eagerly await your contribution to this project!

Sincerely,

Jeana Hrepich
jhrepich_at_mills.edu

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Received on Sun Oct 26 2003 - 23:15:13 EST

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