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>Subject: CFP: Women's Autobiography (9/15/05; NEMLA, 3/2/06-3/5/06)
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>"Women's Autobiography: Private Memories, Public 
>Voices." Panel for Northeast Modern Language 
>Association (NEMLA), Philadelphia, March 2-5, 
>2006.
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>This panel will examine critical questions about 
>womenís autobiographical writing, a topic which 
>has generated wide interest over the past three 
>decades. Looking at womenís writing in this 
>genre from historical and theoretical 
>perspectives complicates the issues raised in 
>discussions of autobiographical writing and 
>identifies the use of strategies such as 
>imitation, masquerade, subversion, and 
>disruption of conventions. Papers may focus on 
>different types of autobiographical writing by 
>women in different historical time periods and 
>cultures.
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>Send papers or 250 word proposals by Sept 15, 2005 to: Marilyn Rye
>                 M-MS1-01
>                 Fairleigh Dickinson Univ.
>                 285 Madison Ave.
>                 Madison, NJ 07940
>                 or send by email (preferred)   
>                 to <[log in to unmask])
>                 Phone: 973-443-8343
>                 Fax: 973-443-8087

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