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>>From: Vickie Cutting <[log in to unmask]>
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>>Call for Papers
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>>  The National Coalition of Independent Scholars will hold its 2008 
>>Biennial Conference from October 24-26, 2008, at the Graduate 
>>Theological Union in Berkeley, California. We welcome participation 
>>by all scholars whose research is not supported by employment in an 
>>academic or research institution; this includes adjunct faculty and 
>>graduate students. Presenters need not be members of NCIS.
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>>The Program Committee invites proposals for individual papers, 
>>formal sessions, and short panel discussions for either the 
>>practical track, on independent scholarship itself; or the 
>>scholarly track, focusing on presenters' individual research and 
>>findings.
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>>Proposals should consist of an abstract of not more than 250 words; 
>>a brief scholarly biography (50-100 words) including degrees, 
>>scholarly fields and no more than two publications; any 
>>audio-visual requirements; and full contact information. Proposals 
>>must be submitted as an email attachment (Word only) no later than 
>>12:00 a.m., April 1, 2008, to Kendra Leonard, Program Chair, at 
>>[log in to unmask]  Please use your last name as the document 
>>title, as in Smith.doc. As in the past, only one submission per 
>>author will be considered. If you are interested in serving as a 
>>session chair, please indicate this in your submission.
>>
>>Individual paper presentations are limited to no more than twenty 
>>minutes to allow for ten minutes of discussion following the 
>>presentation. Formal sessions of three related papers may be 
>>submitted together for consideration as a whole; please submit the 
>>proposals for all three papers together in one email along with a 
>>rationale explaining the importance of the topic and the grouping 
>>of papers. Proposals for one-hour informal sessions, including 
>>discussions on work in progress; consideration of on a particular 
>>theme in independent scholarship; or interest group discussions 
>>within a particular area or discipline may also be submitted under 
>>the guidelines above.
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>>
>>Kendra Preston Leonard
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>>5216 Oleander Road
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>>Drexel Hill PA 19026 USA
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>>[log in to unmask]
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>>www.kendraprestonleonard.com
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