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>From: "Cathrine Frank" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: MLA Options for Teaching: Literature and Law (5/1/06; 
>collection)
>
>For the MLA's Options for Teaching series, the Publications 
>Committee has approved development of the volume Teaching Literature 
>and Law, edited by Austin Sarat, Cathrine Frank, and Matthew 
>Anderson. As currently projected, the volume has four sections: 1) 
>theory and history of the Law and Literature movement, 2) model 
>courses, 3) texts, and 4) resources. Submissions are welcome from 
>faculty in diverse fields (i.e., literatures in English and other 
>languages, law, art, film, history, philosophy, and the social 
>sciences).
>
>Topics may include but are not limited to the following:
>Murder
>Justice
>Judgment
>Confession
>Censorship
>Intellectual property
>Literary trials
>"Trials of the century"
>International tribunals
>Canonical literary and legal texts
>Popular literary texts
>Film
>Performance art and other creative projects
>Letters written by the incarcerated 
>Petitions for emancipation
>
>For more information, please see the project's website 
>http://www.une.edu/cas/english/essay.asp
>
>One-page abstracts and a brief CV should be emailed both to
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>editors encourage preliminary inquiries well before the deadline. 
>Abstracts may be mailed to Matthew Anderson, Department of English, 
>University of New England, 11 Hills Beach Road, Biddeford, ME 04005.
>
>
>
>Cathrine O. Frank, Ph.D.
>Assistant Professor
>Department of English
>University of New England
>11 Hills Beach Road
>Biddeford, ME 04005
>(207) 602-2709
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