CFP: [Medieval] Old Gems in New Settings (NeMLA)
This panel invites papers on the teaching of early British literature in
survey courses. Practical pedagogical explorations are welcome, as well as
papers addressing theoretical concerns. How are concerns about manuscript,
generic, and cultural contexts transformed when medieval texts are placed
in the context of a survey course for modern students? How are medieval
works changed when seen in the contexts of post-medieval works? Send one-
page abstracts to Rebecca Lartigue at rlartigu_at_spfldcol.edu .
The Northeast Modern Language Association (NEMLA) 39th Annual Convention
will be held April 10-13, 2008, in Buffalo, New York.
**Panelists renew/join and register no later than Nov. 30, 2007 for the
2008 membership year or risk being dropped from the convention program.
You need not be a NEMLA member in order to submit a paper for
consideration and you may submit to more than one session.
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