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Pre-Modern Public and Private Spheres in
German-Speaking Regions
Call for Papers
 
 The South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA) invites proposals for individual papers to be presented at the German I (pre-1750) session of its 2004 Convention, which will take place November 12-14, 2004 in Roanoke, Virginia.
 
Scholars from all disciplines in the humanities are encouraged to submit proposals which deal with any aspect of pre-modern public and private spheres in German-speaking regions.
 
Potential topics might include:
·      Public Communication
·      Early Periodicals and Readership
·      Representations of Gender, Class, Minorities, Power, Identity in the arts
·      Jürgen Habermas and Pre-Modern Discourse
·      Constructions of Memory
·      Aspects of the Social
·      Depictions of Home Life
·      Concepts of Germanness and Heimat
 
 
 Please send one-page proposals and a brief CV either by email or mail
by May 3, 2004 to:
 
Rebekah Pryor Paré
Center for German and European Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
213 Ingraham Hall
1155 Observatory Drive
Madison, WI  53706
 
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