CFP: [Travel] CEA Special Topic Travel Writing (November 1, 2007)

full name / name of organization: 
Susan V. Facknitz
contact email: 

The 39th Annual College English
        Association Conference
St. Louis, Missouri, March 27-29, 2008

            Conference Theme

CEA prefers to receive all submissions (including those for special topic
panels) electronically through our conference management database housed at
the following web address:
Any other form of electronic submission will not be accepted.

Electronic submissions open on August 1st and close on November 1st.
Abstracts for proposals should be between 200 and 500 words in length and
should include a title.

Submitting electronically is a two-step process: 1) setting up a user ID,
then 2) using that ID to log in â€" this time to a welcome page which
provides a link for submitting proposals to the conference.

If submitting a panel, panel organizers should create user IDs for all
proposed participants.

Though CEA prefers to receive proposals through the conference database (as
it facilitates communication about the conference in a smooth and timely
matter), we will accept hard copy proposals, postmarked no later than
October 15th, via regular mail. Hard-copy proposals should include the
following information:
âˆ' Name
âˆ' Institutional affiliation (if applicable)
âˆ' Mailing address (including zip code)
âˆ' Phone number
âˆ' E-mail address
âˆ' Title for the proposed presentation
âˆ' Abstract of 200-500 words
âˆ' AV equipment needs, if any
âˆ' Special needs, if any
Panel organizers should include the above information for all proposed
If you are willing to serve as a session chair or respondent, please
indicate this in your cover letter.

Audiovisual Requests: Please make all AV equipment requests when you submit
your proposal by checking the appropriate box in the online proposal
submission form. Any participants offering PowerPoint programs must bring
their own laptops. CEA cannot provide Internet access.

Address hard copy submissions and any other conference correspondence to
the Program Chair:
Marina Favila, English Department Office phone # 540-568-3761
Keezell Hall 215, MSC 1801 E-mail:
James Madison University (Put Program Chair in RE line.)
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807 Fax # 540-568-2983

As with conference-theme proposals, special topic panel proposals should be
submitted electronically through our conference management database housed
at the following web address:

Note: Hard copy proposals will also be accepted, but must be sent through
U.S. mail by October 15th to Marina Favila (address above).

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