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>From: "Renee Schlueter" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Rhetorical Spaces in the 21st Century (3/15/05; SCMLA,
>10/27/05-10/29/05)
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>CALL FOR PAPERS
>Regular Session: Rhetoric Panel
>ýRhetorical Spaces (s) in the 21st Centuryţ at the South Central
>Modern Language Association Convention
>
>ýRhetorical Space (s) in the 21st CenturyţˇOctober 27 - 29, 2005, Houston, TX
>
>We seek theoretical perspectives on rhetorical space in 21st
>century-discourse. Writers might explore how physical and visual
>place (face to face classroom, computer classroom, online setting)
>mediates meaning, shaping and defining discourse (perhaps in
>conjunction with the theories of Bolter, Selfe, or Hawisher). Papers
>may likewise explore the production of meaning within a given
>theoretical and political framework, e.g., BhabhaÝs ýthird space,ţ
>an ambivalent, hybrid space that embodies theoretical meaning and
>cultural expression-ˇmusic, cinema, novels, and so forth. We also
>welcome other pedagogical positions and configurations of
>space(s).
>
>Please send inquiries and abstracts of 300 ˝ 500 words by March 15th
>2005 to session chair Renee Schlueter via email (as attachment or in
>message body) at [log in to unmask] or to Peter Vandenberg
>at [log in to unmask]
>
>Presenters must be members of SCMLA by May 15 2005.

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