Native American Literature at CEA Conference (March 25-7, 2010 – San Antonio, Texas)

full name / name of organization: 
Benjamin D. Carson / Bridgewater State College
contact email: 
benjamin.carson@gmail.com

Native American Literature
The 41st Annual College English Association Conference
March 25-7, 2010 – San Antonio, Texas

Conference Theme: Voices
“And in my voice most welcome shall you be.” As You Like It 2:4.87

The Native American Literature panel at CEA welcomes submissions on any aspect of Native American Literature, including, but not limited to, papers on individual authors, Native American literary separatism, the Native American Renaissance, native sovereignty, indigenous rhetorics, etc. Of particular interest will be papers analyzed from an indigenous perspective or worldview.

Submit proposals online at www2.widener.edu/~cea.

Abstracts for proposals should be between 300 and 500 words in length and should include a title. Deadline for submissions: November 1, 2009.

If proposing a panel with multiple speakers, organizers must create user IDs and submissions for each participant. If you are willing to serve as a session
chair or respondent for a panel other than your own, please indicate so on your submission.

Though we prefer to receive proposals through the conference database, CEA will accept hard copy proposals postmarked starting August 21, 2009, but no later than October 21. Include the following information for each proposed
participant:

Name and institutional affiliation
Mailing address
Email address
Title and abstract of 200-500 words
Audio-visual equipment needs
Special needs

Address paper submissions to:
Karen Lentz Madison, CEA Program Chair
331 Kimpel Hall
Department of English
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701

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