Exile and Travel
Exploring Displacement, Crossing Boundaries, and the Traveler/Stranger
in German Exile Arts and Writings 1933-1945

The next conference of the American Society for Exile Studies will
be held September 15 - 17, 2006 at Trinity College (Hartford,
Connecticut).  Papers from all disciplines are invited that explore
the dynamics of exile and travel in arts and writings of German
exile. Papers may be presented either in German or English.

Suggested topics are:

o Exile, Travel and Hybridity
o Exile and "Traveling Cultures"
o Exile, Travel and Memory
o Exile and Stations of Travel
o Exile and Traditions of Literary Travel
o Exile and Mind Travel
o Exile as Travel; Exile versus Travel
o Exile, Travel and Teleology

Send one-page abstract and a brief CV by March 1 to:

Johannes Evelein
Associate Professor of Modern Languages
Department of Modern Languages and Literature
Trinity College
Hartford, CT 06106-3100
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