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>Subject: CFP: Women Within and Without Community 
>(3/1/06; SAMLA, 11/10/06-11/12/06)
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>From: "Jennifer L. Brady" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Women Within and Without Community
>Womenís Studies Panel
>
>The place of women within (and without) various types of communities has long
>been contested and explored in literature, film, psychology, sociology, and
>numerous other disciplines.  This panel will explore womenís roles in the
>communities in which they live and how they function within those roles.  Such
>communities can be diversely defined as those that they construct or imagine
>for themselves, those in which they participate, those by which they are
>restricted and enabled, those that are defined by the place which women hold
>within them, and those from which they are excluded.  Papers may also explore
>the existence, purposeful or otherwise, of women outside of dominant
>communities and how the negotiation of that separation operates in womenís
>narratives.  Proposals on related topics are welcome. 
>
>Please submit a 250-300 word abstract, a brief professional biography, and
>relevant contact information by midnight, March 1, 2006.
>
>Submit via email attachment with email subject line ìSAMLA 2006î to Jennifer
>Brady, [log in to unmask]; please also copy Emily Kader, [log in to unmask] 
>While electronic submissions are preferred, you may also submit by post to:
>Jennifer Brady
>English Dept., Emory University
>N-302 Callaway Center
>537 Kilgo Circle
>Atlanta, GA 30322

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