CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Post 911 Culture

full name / name of organization: 
Bryan Dietrich
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Returning from Ruin: Living in the Aftermath

April 5-6 2008
Newman University Conference Center
3100 McCormick Avenue, Wicita, KS 67213

Topic: Literature that addresses the results of violent upheaval (war,
family trauma, civil unrest, personal tragedy, etc.) How do we put our
lives back together? Creative writing is also welcome.

DEADLINE for proposals is March 10, 2008

Proposals to read critical or creative work must be postmarked no later
than March 10, 2008. Creative proposals must include a brief bio and
sample of creative work to be read. Be sure to indicate all audio-visual
needs at time of proposal submission. Presentations should not exceed 20
minutes. We welcome submissions from middle- and high-school students.
college undergraduates and graduates, and from professionals in every

Submit your abstract or proposal for creative work to me electronically
at or by mail with the following informaion
Mailing address:
City, State, Zip:
Telephone: Email:

Registration fees are as follows:
Presenters $30
Attendees $5
Newman students Free
Make checks payable to Newman University

Note: registration includes entry to all events as well as a box lunch on
both days.

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