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>From: "Matthew Biberman" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Louisville 20th C. Lit/Culture/Theory Conference 
>(9/15/06; 2/22/07-2/24/07)
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>The thirty-fifth annual
>20th-Century Literature and Culture Conference
>
>Call for Papers
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>FEATURED SPEAKERS
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>MLADEN DOLAR
>LAURA KIPNIS
>BRUCE ROBBINS
>PERLA SUEZ
>ALENKA ZUPANCIC
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>Submission Guidelines
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>The thirty-fifth annual 20th-Century Literature and Culture 
>Conference will be held at the University of Louisville, February 
>22-24, 2007. Critical papers may be submitted on any topic that 
>addresses literary works published since 1900, and/or their 
>relationship with other Arts and disciplines(film, journalism, 
>opera, music, pop culture, painting, architecture, law, etc.).
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>Work by creative writers is also welcome.
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>Submissions may be in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. 
>Deadline for submission is September 15, 2006 (postmarked).
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>Critical Submissions.
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>Submit 3 copies of a 250-300 word abstract (double-spaced and 
>titled) omitting all references to the author, together with 2 
>copies of a cover sheet (see details below). Previously presented or 
>published papers are not eligible.
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>Accepted submitters will receive notification by e-mail in early 
>December. Registration materials will accompany the official letter 
>of acceptance in early December. The completed paper (suitable for 
>20-minute reading) is to be delivered to the section chair before 
>the Conference.
>
>Critical panels pre-organized by participants are welcome.
>Panel proposals should include
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>a) 3 copies of each abstract, (b) 2 cover sheets per participant, 
>(c) rationale for grouping papers, and (d) name and address of panel 
>organizer. Panel presentation (ideally 3 papers) not to exceed 90 
>minutes. Please submit all panel papers together in the same mailing.
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>
>Creative submissions.
>Submit 2 copies of poetry or short fiction/nonfiction, selections 
>suitable for 20-minute reading. Submitter's name to appear on the 
>cover sheet only (see details below). Creative submissions may be 
>published or unpublished works. Manuscripts cannot be returned.
>
>Submitters may submit both a critical paper and a creative work, not 
>to exceed one entry in each category: sent together in the same 
>mailing.
>
>Group Societies, Editorial Collectives and other such associations 
>are welcome.
>Panel organizers should email the proposal to Danielle Day 
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>Please include together, title of panel, and all participants names, 
>addresses, email addresses, academic affiliation, and titles.
>
>Submitter's cover sheet (2 copies) to include:
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>*	Name (as it will appear in the program)
>*	Address (preferably home address since materials are sent out 
>early in December)
>*	E-mail address (necessary to confirm your acceptance) 
>*	Telephone number
>*	Academic affiliation (if applicable)
>*	Title of paper/work (as it will appear in the program)
>*	National origin/genre of work discussed (please be specific)
>*	Personal biographical note, (100-150 words)
>
>Electronic submissions will not be considered.
>
>Section Chairs.
>Non-submitters and submitters are encouraged to chair a session. 
>Please submit a brief CV specifying your area(s) of interest.
>
>Registration
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>*	Presenter, presenter-chair
>*	Regular $ 80 no onsite registration
>*	Grad student $ 50 no onsite registration
>*	 Section chair     $ 40 no onsite registration
>*	 Guest (per day) $ 10
>
>Presenters must remit fees by January 15, 2007
>
>Send all submissions and correspondence to:
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>Danielle Day, Conference Director
>Dept of Classical & Modern Languages
>University of Louisville, Louisville KY 40292
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>Inquiries: [log in to unmask]
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>Website: www.louisville.edu/a-s/cml/xxconf
>
>Consult our website for additional conference information.
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