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>  > Proposed special session at the M/MLA (11/04/04-11/07/04) in St. =
>Louis.
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>>  Collaborative Possibilities:
>>  Examining Student-Faculty Research in the Humanities
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>>  We seek presenters for a proposed session at the M/MLA that will=20
>>  explore the possibilities for collaborative scholarly work between=20
>>  undergraduate students and faculty in departments of literature,=20
>>  writing, languages=97what we would traditionally think of as =
>=93English=94--=20
>>  and provide models for how such collaborative work is successfully=20
>>  being done.=A0 This session will feature teams of presenters=97composed =
>of=20
>>  a faculty and her/his undergraduate student(s)=97who have worked=20
>>  collaboratively on substantive writing and research projects.=A0 Each=20=
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>>  team will present their model for collaborative work, discussing the=20=
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>>  advantages and disadvantages of such approaches.=A0 We do not simply=20=
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>>  seek faculty who employ students as proofreaders or fact checkers or=20=
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>>  as aides in literature reviews.=A0 Instead, we seek new models, new =
>ways=20
>>  to describe how faculty write, investigate, create, critique, and=20
>>  research with their students.=A0 We are particularly interested in =
>ways=20
>>  that faculty in literature, writing, and language departments have=20
>>  made undergraduate students co-investigators and/or co-authors.=A0=20
>>  Please submit abstracts to Dr. Laura Behling, Dept. of English,=20
>>  Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN  56082 or by email=20
>>  [log in to unmask]
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>Laura L. Behling, Ph.D.
>Department of English
>Gustavus Adolphus College
>800 W. College Avenue
>St. Peter, MN  56082
>(507) 933-6090=
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