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>Subject: CFP: New Spaces of Subjectivity (grad) 
>(4/1/06; SAMLA, 11/10/06-11/11/06)
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>From: "Elizabeth A. Chase" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Graduate Student Forum, SAMLA '06 (Charlotte, NC; Nov. 10-11, 2006).
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>  New Spaces of Subjectivity
>This panel will address how space affects the formation of subjectivity;
>specifically, papers may consider how the borders and spaces within which
>it is possible to become a subject have expanded or shifted due to recent
>developments in areas such as technology, community, literature, gender
>theory, etc.  Possible topics might include: How has (or perhaps simply,
>has) the žspaceÓ of subjectivity changed? What does this change look like
>in theory, literature, or practice? How have these changes redefined the
>process of becoming a žsubject,Ó and who can undertake that process? Do
>changes to the boundaries and spaces of subjectivity affect how writers or
>theorists, individuals or communities, go about claiming subjectivity for
>themselves?  This panel welcomes and will consider papers from graduate
>students in all disciplines.
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>The deadline for paper proposals is April 1, 2006.
>Please send proposals of 250 words or less to:
>Elizabeth Chase
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>or:
>245 Coventry Rd.
>Decatur, GA 30030

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