>From: "Paul Vita" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Exile or Expatriate? (grad) (Spain) (4/15/07; 6/8/07)
>"Exile or Expatriate?"
>Graduate Student Colloquium
>Saint Louis University, Madrid, Spain
>8 June 2007
>The Association of Graduate Students at St. Louis University Madrid Campus
>is posting a call for papers for its 5th annual graduate student colloquium:
>"Exile or Expatriate?" Papers may consider exile or expatriation in
>literature or in their effects on the lives of writers. Papers may also
>explore the gulf between the two modes of traveling abroad-what are the
>effects on literature of an author's leaving by choice versus an unwilling
>expulsion. Topics might include: the changing patterns of travel amongst the
>remnants of empire, diasporas throughout time and across cultures, the
>experiences of refugees of warring nations, the experiences of colonials,
>Americans in Paris... etc.
>Proposals are invited for 20-minute presentations and participation in a
>variety of panels. Please submit 300-word abstracts and a short bio to
>Timothy Day ([log in to unmask]) and Susan Kenney ([log in to unmask]).
>Deadline for proposals is 15 April 2007.
>Chair - English
>Saint Louis University Madrid Campus
>+34 915 54 58 58
>+34 915 54 62 02 (fax)
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