CFP: Reading Culture: Text and Community at the Crossroads (11/1/05; 4/29/06)
Call for papers
Graduate Conference in Language and Literature 2006, University of Louisiana
The theme for 2006 is Reading Culture: Text and Community at the Crossroads.
Where do textual worlds and the world as text intersect?
We welcome papers in all areas of English, including but not limited to
folklore, literature (all areas and periods), literary theory and criticism,
linguistics, rhetoric, and pedagogy. Creative writing submissions and panel
submissions will also be considered. The keynote speaker will be American
Folklore Societty Fellow, Fulbright Distinguished Scholar and Alcee Fortier
Award winner Carl Lindahl of the University of Houston, author of Swapping
Stories: Folktales from Louisiana.
Send abstracts of not more than 100 words by November 1st to:
Graduate Conference on Language and Literature
Department of English
PO Box 44691
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Lafayette, LA 70504-4691
Abstracts may also be e-mailed to the address below. Please include the
abstract in the body of the e-mail (do not send it as an attachment). Include
"grad. conference abstract" in the subject line to avoid having your e-mail
deleted as spam.
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