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>Subject: CFP: Originality, Imitation, and Plagiarism (3/15/05;
>9/23/05-9/25/05)
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>From: "Osborne, Bethany" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Call for Papers
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>Originality, Imitation, and Plagiarism
>A Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Writing
>
>23-25 September 2005
>
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>     The Gayle Morris Sweetland Writing Center
><http://141.211.177.75/swc/> invites proposals for
>papers or panels exploring the inter-related issues of originality,
>imitation, and plagiarism for students, scholars, professional writers,
>and readers. Papers may address such issues as theories of invention;
>intellectual property; plagiarism and professional ethics; imitation and
>replication in science writing; the history of patents, trademarks and
>copyright; originality/imitation and authorship; cultural differences in
>regard to authority and invention; the ownership of texts and free
>textual use; academic plagiarism policies and student honor codes; peer
>tutoring and writing; cultural norms and differences; internet usage and
>publication; and other relevant issues. Speakers will include Anis
>Bawarshi, Charles Bazerman, Mario Biagioli, Nicholas Delbanco, Michael
>Grossberg, N. Katherine Hayles, Lawrence Lessig, Daniel Okrent,
>Jacqueline Jones Royster, Siva Vaidyanathan, and Martha Woodmansee.
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>     Applicants should submit a one-page proposal and one-page C.V. no
>later than March 15, 2005. Those submitting a panel should include a
>cover sheet with the name and email of the contact person, as well as
>the names of participants. These materials should be sent as attachments
>to [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>  or by
>mail to Conference 2005
><http://www.lsa.umich.edu/swc/conference/> , Sweetland
>Writing Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48019-1003.
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