UPDATE: [Ethnic] Hungarian Studies: RMMLA, Reno, NV, 10/9-10/11/2008

full name / name of organization: 
Susan Nyikos
contact email: 
susan.nyikos@usu.edu

CFP: Hungarian Studies: Hungarian Cultures after 1900
Rocky Mountain MLA Convention, Reno, NV, Oct. 9-11, 2008

Proposals for paper presentation are sought in the second year of the
Hungarian Studies Special Topics Session for the RMMLA annual convention.
Papers may explore a wide range of topics pertaining to the Hungarian
cultural arena, within or beyond the borders. Countless contributions
originating from Hungarian artists have enriched world culture and this
panel is dedicated to showcasing papers that elucidate the subtleties and
magnitude of those contributions.

Papers may vary in their specific topics:

Hungarian film, theater, radio, fiction, philosophy, memoirs, linguistics,
popular culture—all topics are welcome.

To submit a proposal, kindly send a 250-word abstract in a .doc document
format as an e-mail attachment to susan.nyikos_at_usu.edu. Please include a
brief bio. The deadline for proposals is March 1, 2008.

For more information, refer to the RMMLA website: rmmla.org.

Susan Nyikos
Department of English
Utah State University
3200 Old Main Hill
Logan UT, 84322

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