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>From: "Bruce Esplin" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Intermountain Graduate Conference (grad) (2/15/06; 4/8/06)
>
>Through our academic conversation among 
>scholars, writers, and students in the 
>Intermountain West, we aim to foster a greater 
>understanding of the creative connections that 
>exist between ourselves and the spaces we 
>inhabitówhether local or global, contemporary or 
>historical. 
>
>We thus welcome scholarly and/or creative papers 
>relating to all fields of the humanities 
>(Cultural Studies, Literary Studies, Creative 
>Writing, Gender Studies, Folklore, American 
>Studies, Nature and Environmental Writing and 
>Regional Studies) on topics ranging from the 
>pathos of Tupac Shakur to the pop significance 
>of Victorian painting, from the analysis of a 
>married womenís festival in India to the memoir 
>of a Nevada childhood.  Papers may be submitted 
>individually, but panel submissions are also 
>encouraged.
>
>Please submit a 150-200 word abstract that 
>includes the paper title, name, affiliation, and 
>e-mail address to:
>
>Intermountain Graduate Conference Attn: Dusty Wiser
>Department of English
>3200 Old Main Hill
>Utah State University
>Logan, UT 84322-3200
>
>Abstracts may also be emailed as
>MS Word or RTF files to: [log in to unmask]
>
>www.english.usu.edu/sage
>

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