CFP: Living, Teaching, Writing in the West (1/1/07; 4/14/07)

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Michael Stubbs
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Living, Writing, and Teaching in the West : 3rd Annual Intermountain
Graduate Conference
An Interdisciplinary Conference in the Humanities
Saturday, April 14, 2007

With Guest Speaker Nalo Hopkinson: recipient of the John W. Campbell
Award for Best New Writer

The English Graduate Student Association of Idaho State University and
the Student Association of Gradute Students in English of Utah State
University gladly welcome author Nalo Hopkinson to our third annual
Intermounatin Gradute Conference. Known for her science fiction and
fastasy novels, Nalo promises to provide some unique views on our
conference theme this year. We also gladly invite graduate students
from all relevant fields to submit work related to our theme of
Living, Writing, and Teaching in the West. We aim to gain new insights
about and recognize relationships within the Intermountain West by
listening and discussing, reading and writing together.
Submission Information

Submissions must be postmarked by

Tuesday, January 1, 2007
Please submit a 150-200 word abstract that includes your paper title,
name, affiliation, and email address to:

Intermountain Graduate Conference
Attn: Michael Stubbs, Conference Chair
Department of English, Campus Box 8056
Idaho State University
Pocatello, ID 83209

The following email addresses may be used to submit conference
inquiries or abstracts:

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