CFP: Ethnicity, Literature and Language (6/16/06; 9/22/06-9/23/06)

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THE NEW YORK COLLEGE ENGLISH ASSOCIATION

and the

UTICA COLLEGE ETHNIC HERITAGE STUDIES CENTER

invite proposals for a Fall 2006 Conference:

Ethnicity, Literature and Language

Utica College

Utica, New York

September 22-23, 2006

Featured speaker: Frank Lentricchia, author of After the New
Criticism, Crimes of Art and Terror, and The Book of Ruth

Presentations may include:
             15-minute papers/45-minute panel presentations
             readings of creative fiction, non-fiction or poetry
(15-20 minutes)

considering works concerned with:
             ethnic
literature teaching
ethnic studies
             ethnic
history ethnic memoir
             ethnic
identity ethnic politics
             regional/local color literature
immigration
             teaching literature or writing
New York literature/history
             ethnicity and gender
ethnicity and disability

300 word abstracts should be sent to

             Mary Ann Janda
             English
             Utica College
             1600 Burrstone Road
             Utica NY 13502

or

             Frank Bergmann
             English/German
             Utica College
             1600 Burrstone Road
             Utica NY 13502

OR e-mailed to:

             mjanda_at_utica.edu or
             fbergmann_at_utica.edu

by JUNE 16, 2006

With your proposal, please indicate your name, your institutional
affiliation. your mailing address, and your e-mail address,

Presenters must be registered for the conference and registered
members of NYCEA. A conference registration form follows.

To join NYCEA, please visit http://www.nycea.org/member.html

GRADUATE STUDENTS: The New York College English Association offers a
$100 cash prize for the best paper delivered by a graduate student at
each conference. If you would like to be considered for the prize,
please plan to submit a complete text of your paper by August.
Graduate students may submit their papers and are usually notified by
the end of the conference if they have won.

For possible publication in its journal MOHAWK VALLEY HISTORY, the
Oneida County Historical Society invites submission of conference
papers devoted to the ethnicity of Upstate New York. For more
information, contact Frank Bergmann at Utica College

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cfp categories: 
cultural_studies_and_historical_approaches