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>Update: a confirmed site for the conference, confirmation of the
>conference dates, and an extended deadline for proposal submissions.
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>UPDATE
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>CALL FOR PAPERS
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>2003 Conference of The Jungian Society
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>The Jungian Society (TJS) was founded in 2002 by a small group of dedicated
>scholars.  Its purpose is to study, disseminate, and develop the works and
>theories of Carl Gustav Jung and the Post-Jungians, especially as applied to
>literature and the other arts.  TJS serves to organize a yearly
>interdisciplinary academic conference through which members can present
>scholarly papers, organize roundtable discussions, and provide interactive
>workshops in which Jungian psychological theory is used to advance awareness
>of the individual and of the individual's connection to the entire life
>community.
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>The 2003 TJS Conference will be held at the University of Rhode Island's
>Feinstein College of Continuing Education Providence (RI) campus.  Centrally
>located, it is a one-block walk from the Convention Hotel (the Providence
>Biltmore) and a short walking distance to many of Providence's ethnic
>restaurants, professional theaters, and the Providence Place Mall which also
>includes an IMAX theatre, a Hoyt's multiplex movie house, and several popular
>restaurants.
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>The dates of the conference are Thursday through Saturday, August 7-9, 2003.
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>Topics for papers, panels, and workshops:   Should expand on Jungian and
>Post-Jungian theories, but are not limited to literature.  Proposals in any
>area which utilize and/or promote Jungian and Post-Jungian theories are
>eligible for presentation.
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>Paper proposals:  No more than 300 words in length and must include:
>                 (1)  the presenter's name and affiliation,
>                 (2)  mailing address, and
>                 (3)  Email address (responses will be via email).
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>Proposal for Panels:  Should include all proposals for each presentation with
>each presenter's name and affiliation, mailing address, and email address.
>Number of presenters is strictly limited to a maximum of four (4).  Responses
>will be via email.
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>Workshop proposals:  Should be no more than 500 words in length and include
>each member's name and affiliation, mailing address, and email address.
>Responses will be via email.
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>New Deadline for Proposals:   May 31, 2003
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>Proposals may be sent as attachments using MS-Word 2000 or older and Corel
>WordPerfect Suite 10 or older to:
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>                     <[log in to unmask]>.
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>Proposals are submitted to:
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>                     Barbara Silliman, Ph. D.
>                     University of Rhode Island
>                     Feinstein College of Continuing Education
>                     P. O. Box 19722
>                     Johnston, RI   02919-0722
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