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>>Subject: CFP: Renaissance Comparative Prose Conference (6/30/05;
>>CALL FOR PAPERS
>>RENAISSANCE COMPARATIVE PROSE CONFERENCE
>>NOVEMBER 3-4, 2005
>>Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
>>Papers (15-20 minutes reading time) are invited for the following
>>* Old World Epic to New World Prose
>>* Far East Translations and Representations
>>* Women's Worlds
>>* The English Isle and the Continent
>>* From Medieval to Renaissance
>>Please send 300-word abstracts by June 30, 2005 to <[log in to unmask]>.
>>Revised, full-length papers of 4,000-6,000 words based on papers delivered at
>>the Conference are due December 20, 2005 for consideration for publication in
>>a special issue of the journal Prose Studies.
>>"From Idiosyncrasy to Blankness: The First Person Pronoun from Montaigne to
>>Frank L. Sulzberger Professor in the College, University of Chicago
>>Editor, Modern Philology
>>For more information contact the conference organizing committee at
>>Department of English, Purdue University
>>500 Oval Drive
>>West Lafayette, Indiana 47907 U.S.A.
>><[log in to unmask]>, (765) 496-3957
>>Sponsored by the Purdue Comparative Literature Program, English Department,
>>Foreign Languages and Literatures Department, Medieval Studies, Women's
>>Studies, and Classics Program.
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