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>>  CALL FOR PROPOSALS: > "> Feminism in the Classroom, or Where are the =
>Feminists?> ">=20
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>>  Proposals are requested for a special panel session entitled > "> =
>Feminism in the Classroom, or Where are the Feminists?> ">  to be =
>presented at the 58th annual conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern =
>Language Association (RMMLA) in beautiful Boulder, Colorado, from =
>September 30 to October 2, 2004.=20
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>>  The RMMLA conference is extremely friendly and supportive, welcoming =
>scholars to its full slate of sessions related to language, literature, =
>film, cultural studies, and professional issues. Co-authored =
>presentations are especially encouraged, particularly those stemming =
>from faculty and graduate students engaged in mentoring relationships.=20
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>>  For this session, topics of particular interest include classroom =
>practices, teaching strategies, approaches to content, and academic =
>relationships grounded in feminist theory. Presentations may involve =
>bringing greater attention to and reflection upon the practices of =
>feminist teachers in relation to the politics of the contemporary =
>university classroom. Interdisciplinary approaches are certainly =
>welcome, as are works of personal reflection, creative expression, and =
>performance-based praxis.=20
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>       Please submit paper title and 300-word abstract to =
><[log in to unmask]>, by fax at  (203) 254-4131,=20
>       or to the following address:
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>>  Dr. David Alan Sapp
>>  Fairfield University
>>  Department of English, DMH 130
>>  1073 North Benson Road
>>  Fairfield, CT 06824-5195
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>>  Proposals for 15-20 minute presentations are due by March 1, 2004. You =
>will be notified by March 15, 2004, if your proposal has been accepted, =
>and you will have until April 1, 2004, to pay the membership dues =
>required to have your name appear in the program.

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