CFP: The Language(s) of Multiculturalism (4/1/06; MMLA, 11/9/06-11/12/06)

full name / name of organization: 
Keith Alan Sprouse
contact email: 
ksprouse@hsc.edu

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Call for papers for the Multicultural Literature in the Classroom:
Politics and Pedagogy section of the Midwest Modern Language Association;
the conference will be held in Chicago, IL on November 9-12,
2006:<br><br>

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<dd><font size=4>Multicultural Literature in the Classroom: Politics and
Pedagogy: &quot;The Language(s) of Multiculturalism.&quot; </b>This panel
seeks to explore the complex relationship between multiculturalism and
language. Although all papers dealing with language-related issues are
welcome, submissions addressing the following topics are strongly
encouraged: translation and multiculturalism; mono-, bi-, or
multi-lingualism and multiculturalism; multiculturalism within foreign
language literatures (i.e., Afro-Hispanic literature within Spanish,
North African immigrant or Beur literature within French) or within
departments of foreign languages in the academy; the English-only
movement in the U.S. and multiculturalism. Keith Alan Sprouse,
Hampden-Sydney College,
<a href="mailto:ksprouse_at_hsc.edu">ksprouse_at_hsc.edu</a><br><br>
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