CFP: Anatomy of Violence: Examining Conflict (11/29/04; collection)

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James Scannell
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Call for Completed Essays Presented at, and for additional abstracts
related to, New York College English Spring 2003 Conference, Anatomy of
Violence: Examining Conflict

Papers presented at NYCEA's Spring Conference, 2003, Anatomy of
Violence: Examining Conflict, are requested for inclusion in a
collection that is under serious consideration by a leading university

Additional abstracts are invited for this collection of essays.

  Abstracts of 500 words for essays on this topic will be accepted for
consideration until November 29th 2004. Responses will be sent by
December 15th 2004.

  Completed essays based on accepted proposals will be required by
January 31st, 2005.

Proposed essays may fall within one of these general themes:
* Peace as an anomaly
  * War as a state of being
  * Personal conflicts
  * Public strife
  * The face behind the mask
  * Violence on a global scale
  * Violence in the community
  * Terrorism
  * The writing classroom: refuge and therapy
  * Violence and cultural identity

Please send papers already presented at this conference and new
abstracts to:
  Dr. Juliet A. Emanuel
  199 Chambers Street, N434
  New York NY 10007-1097


  Dr. Angela Belli
  St. John's University
  English Department
  8000 Utopia Parkway,
  Jamaica, NY 11439

  All submissions must be accompanied by full mailing address, telephone
  numbers, and e-mail address. Submissions may be mailed
  or sent via e-mail, with the proposal either in the body of the e-mail
  or as a rich-text-format attachment (.rtf).

  For further information contact:
  Dr. Juliet A. Emanuel
  (212) 220-1406


  Dr. Angela Belli
  (718) 990-6387

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