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37th Annual NJCEA Conference
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New Jersey College English Association
CALL FOR PAPERS AND PANELS
Getting Medieval, Convener: Angela Weisl, Angela.Weisl@shu.edu
(Re)Mapping Romanticism, Convener: Jeffrey Jackson, email@example.com
Motherhood and Literature, Convener: Heide Estes, firstname.lastname@example.org
[Three possible panels] Writing Center Theory and Practice // Writing Across the Curriculum // Creative Non-Fiction, Convener: Kelly A. Shea, Kelly.Shea@shu.edu
From Class to Cloud: Writing Tools for Self-Regulating Learning,
[Two possible panels] Detective Fiction: What’s Left? // Responding to Students and Their Feedback, Convener: Maria Plochocki, email@example.com
Decoding Myth and Mythmaking, Convener: Richard Marranca, Rmarranca@pccc.edu
Cross-Dressing and the Expression of Desire in Literature and Culture, Convener: Jan Stahl
Politics and Memory in African Literature and Journalism, Convener: Dan Gover, firstname.lastname@example.org
Discovering America Again: New Immigrant Writing in the 21st Century,
The Problem of Social Justice and 19th Century American Literature,
Current Research in Second Language Writing,
Disability In/And Literature, Convener: James Hala, email@example.com
Anyone with an interest in other topics – in literature, composition, pedagogy – is encouraged to propose a panel or paper. Full and part-time college instructors, graduate students, and other professionals within the field of English are invited to send panel proposals and 250 word abstracts for papers on any topic related to college English to:
Individual proposals should be two pages: a cover sheet including name, presentation title, affiliation, address, e-mail address, phone number, and brief biographical paragraph; and a 250-word abstract.
Panel proposals should include a coversheet—including panel title, presenters’ names, presentation titles, affiliations, addresses, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, brief biographical paragraphs, and the name of a moderator (if possible), followed by separate abstracts (250-word) that describe the panel topic and each presentation.
N.B.: In order to be eligible to win the graduate student award, students must present their paper at the conference.
DEADLINE FOR PANEL PROPOSALS: February 26, 2014
For membership information, registration forms for conference, and updates, visit our website http://www.njcea.org.