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>From: David Kranz <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Literature/Film Association Annual Conference 
>(8/21/06; 11/3/06-11/5/06)
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>The Literature/Film Association announces that its annual conference
>will take place at Towson University, Towson, MD from November 3-5,
>2006.  Papers are invited from all areas of literature/film studies,
>including adaptations and remakes, literature/film theory, history and
>film, genre topics, social issues (including race, class, and gender
>studies), auteur studies, and individual film analyses.
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>
>This year's area of special interest is transnational adaptation--e.g.,
>literature, drama, and film from one country that is adapted in another
>country (and often in another language).  Or, one might explore a
>filmmaker working apart from his or her home country, language, and/or
>culture--e.g., Ang Lee making Brokeback Mountain in Alberta and Wyoming.
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>
>Proposals should be 200-400 words in length.  Please submit your
>proposals via email (preferred means of transmission) to Peter Lev
>([log in to unmask]) with a copy to Greg Faller ([log in to unmask]). 
>Please verify that your email has arrived.  If you would rather send a
>proposal via US mail, use this address:
>
>Peter Lev
>Electronic Media and Film
>Towson University
>8000 York Road
>Towson, MD 21252-0001
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>The deadline for proposals is August 21, 2006.  (Proposers will be
>notified of acceptance by September 9, 2006)
>
>
>For more information, email Peter Lev at [log in to unmask], telephone him
>at 410-704-3189, or write to him at the address listed above.

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