>Subject: CFP: Yiddish Literature Panel (3/25/05; MLA '05)
>From: Marc Caplan <[log in to unmask]>
>Call For Papers: Yiddish Literature Discussion Group of the Modern Language
>Association (MLA Convention, Washington, DC, 12/27-12/30 2005)
>Yiddish Literature and Literary Theory?
>Does Yiddish literature benefit from a consideration of literary theories?
>Which theories? What tensions emerge when minority literature meets dominant
>theories? Can theory challenge or invigorate the Yiddish canon?
>Presentations may consider specific literary works, general theoretical
>problems, or both. Send 500-word abstracts by March 25 to Marc Caplan,
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>All participants in the Yiddish Literature panel at the MLA convention must
>be members of the MLA.
>Betty and Morris Shuch Fellow
>Center for Advanced Judaic Studies
>University of Pennsylvania
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