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>Please note Deadline Date for submission of abstract has been changed to=20
>DECEMBER 6, 2002.
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>DEPARTMENT OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES & LITERATURES
>14th. Annual Conference
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>T R O P O L O G Y :    T E X T    A N D    C O N T E X T
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>March 21-22, 2003
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>To be included in the program, you are invited to submit an abstract of=20
>your paper (not to exceed 250 words) to the coordinator no later than=20
>DECEMBER 6, 2002.
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>Suggested topics include:
>Utopia
>The Mirror
>Apocalypse
>Irony
>Parody
>Parables
>Imagery
>Tropes of Decadence
>Rhetoric
>Metaphores
>Symbolism
>The Rhetoric of Film
>The Rhetoric of History
>Metahistory
>Comedy
>Tragedy
>Cultural Tropes
>Tropes of Politics
>Allegories Religion as Story
>Tropes of Scripture
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>The conference is designed to explore any issues related to tropology.=20
>Papers may relate to the general conference topic in any interdisciplinary=
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>manner through literature, history, film, sociology, anthropology,=20
>political science, art, philosophy or religion. Suggestions for panels or=20
>sessions are welcome.
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>For further information:
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>Prof. Antonio Sobejano-Mor=E1n
>Dept. of Romance Languages and Lit.
>Binghamton University
>PO Box 6000
>Binghamton, New York 13902-6000
>E-mail: [log in to unmask] or
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>Visit our Website: http://www.geocities.com/CollegePark/4248
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>Carol Stiner
>Department of Romance Languages & Literatures
>LT510
>Ext. 74671