>From: Valerie Rohy <[log in to unmask]>
>CALL FOR PAPERS. Narrative: An International Conference
>April 22-25, 2004
>Co-sponsored by Middlebury College and the University of Vermont
>Plenary Speakers to include Jane Gallop, Peggy Phelan, and Slavoj Zizek.
>The nineteenth annual conference of the Society for the Study of
>Narrative Literature is dedicated to the investigation of narrative,
>its elements, techniques, and forms; its relations to other modes of
>discourse; and its power in cultures past and present. The Conference
>generally features 250-300 participants.
>We welcome papers or panels on all aspects of narrative theory and
>practice, from any genre, period, nationality, discipline, or medium.
>We encourage literary subjects (including poetry, pre-modern narrative,
>and film), as well as cross-cultural and interdisciplinary topics
>(including art history, folklore, history, law, music, philosophy,
>politics, and science). Papers will receive preference if they make a
>point about narrative, the significance of which extends beyond the
>text or texts in question. Papers should be fifteen to twenty minutes
>long and in English; panels consisting of three to four papers are
>especially encouraged. Panels may be chaired by one of the presenters,
>but no individual may present more than one paper or organize more than
>Presenters must join the Society for the Study of Narrative (SSNL) once
>their papers have been accepted. For more information on SSNL visit
>For paper proposals, maximum 500 word abstract and brief vitae.
>For panel proposals, maximum 700 word abstract -- summarizing the
>panel's rationale and describing each paper -- and a brief vitae for
>For hard-copy submissions, please include 2 (thatís two) copies of all
>Make sure your proposal specifies the following information:
>Paper (and panel) title(s).
>Presenter or panel organizerís name, institutional affiliation,
>discipline or department, mailing address, phone, fax, and e-mail
>Deadline: October 15, 2003
>Department of English
>400 Old Mill
>University of Vermont
>Burlington VT 05405
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>For further information, contact Anne Moore at the above email address.
>Coordinating Committee: Robyn R. Warhol, UVM, Chair. At UVM: Mary Lou
>Kete (English), Todd McGowan (English & Film), Valerie Rohy (English),
>Helga Schreckenberger (German & Womenís Studies); At Middlebury:
>Daniel Brayton (English), Carole Cavanaugh (Japanese), John Elder
>(English & Environmental Studies), Antonia Losano (English), Yumna
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