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>From: ESSE <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Empirical, Historical, and 
>Pedagogical Studies of Language, Literature, and 
>Culture (2/1/06; ESSE, 4/20/06-4/21/06)
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>ESSE 2006 CALL FOR PAPERS
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>Edmonton Symposium on Empirical Studies of Literature and Culture
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>The Canadian members of REDES are pleased to 
>announce the first ESSE (Empirical
>Studies Symposium in Edmonton) Symposium. REDES (Research Development of
>Empirical Studies) is a multi-cultural enterprise instigated by researchers of
>the Federal University of Rio (Brazil), University of Munich (Germany), and
>University of Utrecht (Netherlands), which promotes empirical studies of
>culture in international cooperation (http://www.redes.de/). It is the
>announced aim of REDES to disseminate empirical research methods, to train
>students, and to involve them in independent research from an early stage in
>their careers.
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>The theme of ESSE is ģempirical, historical, and pedagogical studies of
>language, literature, and culture: trends and possibilitiesī.
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>The symposium will take place at the University of Alberta, in the Senate
>Chamber of the Old Arts Building, on Thursday April 20 and Friday 21, 2006. In
>accordance with the aims of the REDES project, the Symposium is open to all
>junior and senior researchers with interests in empirical, historical, and
>pedagogical research in language, literature, and culture.
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>Proposals for papers are invited. They should not exceed 250 words, and should
>include the name(s) of the author(s), institutional affiliation, mailing
>address, and email address. A computer and projector for Power Point
>presentations will be available. Should you require additional equipment,
>please notify us. Papers will be scheduled for 20 minutes, with an additional
>10 minutes for questions and discussion.
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>Keynote speakers will include: Melanie Green (University of North Carolina),
>Gary Kelly (U of A), Don Kuiken (U of A), and David Miall (U of A).
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>Please submit your proposal for a paper to the following email address by
>February 1, 2006:
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>A decision on acceptance will be provided by February 15, 2006. Registration
>details will follow. Cost $20 CA and will provide participants with tea/coffee
>during morning and afternoon breaks, a reception on Friday evening, and the
>conference programme brochure. Payment is accepted by cash, cheque, or money
>order (payable to ESSE). A registration form is available at:
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>http://www.crcstudio.arts.ualberta.ca/esse
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>Cathelein Aaftink, OlĢvia Fialho, Paul Sopcak (Organizing Committee)
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>ESSE CompLit Conference
>Office of Interdisciplinary Studies, Faculty of Arts
>1-59 Humanities Centre
>University of Alberta
>Edmonton, AB T6G 2G5
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