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>This call for papers is for a proposed panel to be held at "(Dis)Junctions:
>Romancing Heteroglossia" at the University of California, Riverside's 11th
>Annual Humanities Conference.  The graduate student conference will take
>place on April 9-10, 2004.
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>We welcome scholarship (from all disciplines) on any aspect of
>rhetoric/composition studies, and we especially encourage papers exploring
>the interrelation of postmodernism and comp/rhet theory/practice.  Topics
>might include, but are not limited to:
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>* applying postmodern composition theory to a classroom model
>* teaching writing through the use of modernist/postmodernist texts
>* using new media-including Internet, film, visual arts, and drama-in the
>writing classroom
>* expanding the boundaries of contemporary composition theory
>* preparing students to participate in social and political discourses
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>One page abstracts of 250 words should be emailed to [log in to unmask] by
>March 1, 2004.  Text should be included in the body of the email; please do
>not attach any documents.  For more information, please refer to our
>website: http://english.ucr.edu/gsea/disjunctions .  For mailed abstracts,
>send to:
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>Disjunctions Conference
>Department of English
>UC Riverside
>Riverside, CA  92527-0323

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