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>Subject: UPDATE: Teaching Literature in Travel or Study Abroad 
>Courses (3/1/06; RMMLA, 10/12/06-10/14/06)
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>From: "Schaper, Sue" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Update: The deadline for submissions has been extended to March 1, 2006.
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>Panel Topic: Literature Courses with a Travel or Study Abroad Component
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>Conference: Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, October 12-14,
>2006, Tucson
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>I seek papers for a proposed special session panel addressing study
>abroad courses or courses with a travel component.  Courses involving
>both international travel and travel within the United States are
>welcome. This panel intends to explore methodologies and pedagogical
>issues relevant to courses in which place occupies a particularly
>prominent position as students visit or inhabit spaces of literary
>significance. Both literature courses and interdisciplinary courses
>including a literature emphasis are invited.
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>Although all papers examining such courses are welcome, of particular
>interest are papers examining how visits to authors' homes and haunts
>supplement classroom study, questions on the nature and value of
>authenticity and nostalgia raised through the preservation of such
>sites, literary pilgrimages, traditions of travel literature and the
>student writer, and constructions of the tourist and student perception
>of self as traveler.
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>Presenters might consider discussing their course design, rationale for
>text selection, travel itineraries, and successful assignments.
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>Please submit a 50 word description and a 300 word abstract via email to
>Dr. Susan Schaper ([log in to unmask]
><mailto:[log in to unmask]> ) , Assistant Professor of English,
>Albertson College of Idaho by March 1, 2006.

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