Georgia and Carolinas CEA 7 - 8 February 2014 Conference CFP
We are interested in panels and papers that situate the idea of "connections" alongside challenges, developments, and innovations impacting the future of English scholarship, English as a profession, and English as a program of study.
"Connections" embraces a set of experiences that increasingly has come to inform humanistic inquiry and, more precisely, literary scholarship:
• connections among literary genres, periods, figures, theories, or cultural traditions
• connections across specialties, disciplines, communities, pedagogies, and new technologies
• connections between study in English and in other disciplines
• connections between and among literary genres, the canonical and the non-canonical, high culture and low, technology and teaching, digital and print literacy
We welcome both practical and theoretical approaches.
We also invite undergraduate and graduate students to submit individual or panel proposals.