>CALL FOR PAPERS - 2003 MLA CONVENTION, 27 - 30. December, SAN DIEGO, CA
>The MLA Division for German Literature to 1700 invites abstracts for
>papers to be delivered at the 2003 MLA conference from 27 - 30.
>in San Diego, California. There are two special topics sessions and one
>open topic session. Please take a look at the special topics below:
>1) Power/Powerlessness: Textual Strategies, Social Phenomena.
>This session will investigate themes such as power, powerlessness,
>resistance, and marginalization as represented or inscribed in medieval
>and early modern German texts, both literary and non-literary.
>2) ROUNDTABLE Teaching Early Texts to New Generations: What is the
>of pre-modern literature in the current curriculum? Is there a crisis,
>if so, how do we make early texts relevant for students and colleagues?
>3) Open Topic:
>Submissions are welcome on all aspects of medieval and early modern
>Please note that you must be a member in good standing of the MLA by 7
>April 2003 in order to have your name listed in the conference program.
>All Abstracts and inquiries, by MARCH 10, 2003, to
>Ann Marie Rasmussen ([log in to unmask])
>Ann Marie Rasmussen Direct Line/Voice Mail (919) 660 3173
>German Department Fax (919)660 3166
>116C Chemistry Bldg. Home (919)286 5850
>Durham, NC 27708-0256