CFP: Innovative Uses of Media in Literature & Drama Courses (12/22/06; NJCEA, 3/31/07)

full name / name of organization: 
Ted Price
contact email: 
pricet@mail.montclair.edu

  * ** 01.For a popular panel of the New Jersey College English
Association. While papers are, of course, expected to be of a
professional, academic nature, a true spirit of informality is expected
to be a mainstay of this panel. Papers must adhere to a 12 minute
reading, thereby leaving time for audience participation. Please eMail
an abstract of 250 words, plus a one-sheet Curriculum Vita to Dr.Ted
Price: pricet_at_mail.montclair.edu by Thursday December 22, 2006.*

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* 02.This is for the one-day 30th Annual Spring Conference, NJCEA,
Saturday, March 31, 2007, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ.
Participants are normally from the New Jersey and Greater New York City
Metropolitan area: Seton Hall is easily accessible by auto or other
ground transportation. This is a very friendly, academic & social
Conference, interested especially in informal learning about innovative
academic techniques & studies. It is open also to Graduate Students,
where student feedback is especially welcome.*

* 03.This media panel may include innovative use of media in
regular classroom, on-line, or hybrid courses: For example: Using vhs or
dvd versions of plays, or video or on-line documentaries or interviews.*

* 04. _Please Note the 12 minute reading Limit._*

* 04.Dr.Price's office phone is 973-655-5149, Mondays, Wednesdays,
& Thursdays; but submissions must be via eMail. *

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cfp categories: 
theatre