>From: Todd Butler <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Seventeenth-Century Literature: Open Topic (3/11/05;
>Now soliciting papers for the following panel--as an open topic all genres,
>approaches, positions in academic disciplines and hierarchies are welcome.
>Though the RMMLA website notes March 1 as a deadline, I can work with
>submissions up until March 11. (On a personal note, I'm also happy to
>provide information on locale and transportation--Coeur d'Alene is really
>quite nice that time of year).
>Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
>October 20, 2005-October 22, 2005
>Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
>Please submit a 300-word abstract of your paper. Please include the
>following information either with that abstract or as a separate cover sheet.
>* Your name
>* Institutional affiliation (if applicable)
>* Mailing address
>* Phone number
>* E-mail address
>* Title of paper
>* A-V equipment needs, if any
>* Special needs, if any
>Proposals may be submitted electronically as WORD or RTF attachments via
>e-mail or may be sent via regular mail. All submissions must be received
>by 5 pm on March 11, 2005.
>Please send proposals to Dr. Todd Butler at [log in to unmask] or at the snail
>mail address below in the sig file.
>More information about RMMLA can be found at
>More information about the RMMLA conference in Idaho can be found at
>Department of English
>Washington State University
>Pullman, WA 99163
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