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>Subject: CFP: Modern Languages (5/15/05; NEMLA, 3/1/06-3/5/06)
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>From: "Josie McQuail" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Panel proposals are invited for the 37th annual 
>Northeast Modern Language Association convention 
>(Philadelphia, PA 3/1/06-3/5/06)  in all areas 
>of the Modern Languages (English, Spanish, 
>French, Italian and Portuguese, German); 
>including American, British and Comparative 
>Literature; Film, Drama, Composition, Pedagogy 
>and related topics.  Panel proposers must be 
>current (2005) NEMLA members, but can join via 
>the NEMLA website or contact the Executive 
>Director, Josephine McQuail.  Panel proposals 
>may be submitted online after proposers join 
>NEMLA and may also be found on the NEMLA website 
>at <www.nemla.org> The NEMLA convention is 
>juried and all panel proposals will be reviewed 
>by the Executive Director and the NEMLA Board of 
>Directors before approval is given.  Panel 
>proposers should wait to ensure that their 
>proposal gains approval before advertising their 
>panel, and should read Guidelines for Panel 
>Chairs carefully before proposing their panel. 
>Calls for papers for the appr!
>  oved panels will be published in the NEMLA June 
>newsletter which is mailed to all NEMLA members.
>
>For more information contact the Executive 
>Director of NEMLA , Dr. Josephine McQuail, at 
>[log in to unmask] phone (931) 372-6207; or via 
>mail at Box 5053 Tennessee Technological 
>University, Cookeville TN 38505 USA, or look on 
>the WEB page at www.nemla.org for more 
>information.  Our last convention in Cambridge, 
>MA in April offered over 100 panels on various 
>topics, involving around 500 participants, from 
>the U.S., Canada, and many other nations.  It 
>featured Harvard professor Leah Price as keynote 
>speaker, a reading by former poet laureate 
>Robert Pinsky, and a panel on American Protest 
>literature with Paul Lauter of Trinity College, 
>and Harvard Professors John Stauffer and Tim 
>McCarthy (also at University of North Carolina), 
>and Boston University's Howard Zinn, coordinated 
>by Harvard Graduate Student Body President Zoe 
>Trodd.  In addition, creative writers like 
>Milena Moser and Spanish Dramatists Immaculada 
>Alvear and Ra™l Hern·ndez Garrido gave readings. 
>We invite qualified participants to help make 
>the 2006 convention in Philadelphia, sponsored 
>by Temple University, equally exciting.

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