>From: Ian Foster <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Reminder - CUTG meeting in Exeter, 5-7 September 2005
>Dear German Studies List members,
>I repeat below my post of 8 September 2004. I am happy to report that our
>intial idea for a "Schiller strand" at the CUTG meeting in Exeter will be
>HOWEVER,... it is still not too late to volunteer contributions for this
>and other topics (see below). There will be a mailshot to members with
>draft programme and registration details in the latter half of April. I
>look forward to reading more proposals from you in the meantime. If you
>are NOT already a member but are interested in attending please contact me
>as soon as possible.
>Enjoy your Easter break.
>[Original call for papers below]
>As agreed at the Business meeting in Liverpool, the Exeter meeting of the
>Conference of University Teachers of German from 5 to 7 September 2005
>will, for the first time, feature a special focus.
>To mark the 200th anniversary of the death of Friedrich Schiller, papers
>are invited on the dramatist, poet, historian and critic Schiller, as well
>as on aspects of reception.
>Colleagues wishing to submit proposals should send them, as
>usual, to the literature strand co-ordinator, Professor Frank Finlay
>([log in to unmask]), as well as to Professor Lesley Sharpe
>at Exeter([log in to unmask]) by 31 March 2005.
>If any colleagues would like to contribute Schiller-related papers to the
>media and institutions strand of the conference (on, for example, Schiller
>on film, Schiller within the school curriculum or other appropriate
>topics) they are invited to submit proposals to Dr Christiane Schönfeld
>([log in to unmask]), as well as to Professor Lesley Sharpe at Exeter
>([log in to unmask])
>Colleagues should note neither the literature strand nor the media and
>institutions strand will be exclusively devoted to Schiller in 2005, but
>that papers on other subjects are invited as usual - to reach Professor
>Frank Finlay ([log in to unmask]) or Dr Ian Foster
>([log in to unmask]) by 31 March 2005.
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