>From: "Elizabeth Abele" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Proposals for Panels and Roundtables (4/15/06; NEMLA,
>38th Northeast Modern Language Association Conference
>Baltimore: March 1-4, 2007
> * *Want to see a greater variety of exciting panels at NeMLA's 2007
>Conference in Baltimore?
>* * *Have a timely literary, cultural or academic question that you would
>like to see publicly explored?
> * Need to demonstrate academic service on your C.V.?
> NeMLA's annual conference is created by the individual panel and
>roundtable submissions of its members (graduate students included). A chair
>agrees to invite and review abstracts (deadline Sept. 15) and to submit ful=
>panel information to the Executive Director by October 1. For the full
>duties of NeMLA chairs and requirements for panels, please review:
> If you are not currently a NeMLA member and wish to propose a panel, yo=
>must become a 2006 member as well as join and register for 2007.
>To propose a panel, please submit by April 15:
> -- a panel title
> -- a 250-500 word abstract
> --a maximum 100-word description
>Submit your panel proposal online, at: http:/www.nemla.org/proppanel.html
>Questions? Email Elizabeth Abele at [log in to unmask]
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