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>Subject: CFP: International Conference on Narrative (10/30/06; 
>3/15/07-3/18/07)
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>CALL FOR PAPERS
>International Conference on Narrative
>
>March 15-18, 2007
>Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA
>(Conference to be held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel)
>
>Conference Web Site: http://narrative.georgetown.edu/conference2007/
>
>Sponsored by the Society for the Study of Narrative Literature and
>hosted by Georgetown University, the International Conference on
>Narrative is an interdisciplinary forum addressing all dimensions of
>narrative theory and practice.
>
>We welcome proposals for papers and panels on all aspects of narrative
>in any genre, period, nationality, discipline, and medium.
>
>Keynote Speakers
>
>Robert Thompson, Professor of Media and Popular Culture and Director 
>of the Center for the Study of Popular TV at Syracuse University
>
>Michael Toolan, Professor of Applied English Linguistics at the 
>University of Birmingham
>
>Johanna Drucker, Robertson Professor of Media Studies at the 
>University of Virginia
>
>Special Poster Session
>
>This year the Society will hold a poster session on the teaching of 
>narrative, designed to allow presenters to share their approaches to 
>teaching narrative and narrative theory.  Posters may have multiple 
>authors.  To submit a proposal for a poster, please include an 
>abstract (500 words max.) and brief vitas on all presenters.
>
>Proposals
>
>     For individual paper proposals, please include an abstract (500
>     words max.) and a brief vita (no more than 2-3 pages).  All
>     paper proposals must include the title of the paper; presenter's
>     name and institutional affiliation; mailing address, phone and
>     fax number, and email address.
>
>     For panel proposals, please include an abstract (700 words max.)
>     summarizing the panel's rationale and describing each paper. All
>     panel proposals must include a title for the panel and a title
>     for each paper.  In addition, please include each panel member's
>     institutional affiliation; mailing address, phone and fax
>     number, and email address, as well as a brief vita (no more
>     than 2-3 pages) for each of the panel members.
>
>Deadline for receipt of proposals: October 30th, 2006.
>
>Please send all proposals by email in Word, WordPerfect, or PDF format
>to: [log in to unmask]
>
>If you are unable to send your proposal by email, send two copies of all
>materials to:
>
>     Edward Maloney
>     Narrative Conference Coordinator
>     3520 Prospect Street, NW, Suite 314
>     Washington, DC 20057
>     USA
>
>Please address all questions to Eddie Maloney ([log in to unmask]).
>
>All participants must join the Society for the Study of Narrative
>Literature.  Instructions for joining are below.   For more 
>information on SSNL, visit: http://narrative.georgetown.edu/
>

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