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NEASECS Conference
Inquiry, Pedagogy, Exploration: Studying the Eighteenth Century
21-23 October 2010
Buffalo, New York

The deadline for submitting abstracts for this year's NEASECS conference
is fast approaching! NEASECS will meet 21-23 October 2010, in Buffalo,
New York. Proposals for abstracts should be sent by 15 May to program
committee chair Erik Seeman, [log in to unmask] Requirements for
submitting proposals, and a list of panels seeking participants, are
available on the conference website, www.buffalostate.edu/neasecs.

The theme of this year's conference is "Inquiry, Pedagogy, Exploration:
Studying the Eighteenth Century."  Proposals need not be limited to the
theme. Keynote speakers for NEASECS Buffalo will be Sue Juster,
Professor of History and Associate Dean for Social Sciences, University
of Michigan; and Patricia Johnston, Professor of Art History, Salem
State College.

Buffalo in mid-October is ordinarily characterized by crisp blue skies
and dazzling fall colors.  At all times of the year it is known for its
modern art museums, lively theatre scene, and cuisine both haute and
winged.  It is a short drive from Niagara Falls and Old Fort Niagara,
western New York's most important eighteenth-century historical site.
This year's conference is hosted by a consortium of Buffalo
institutions:  Buffalo State College, the University at Buffalo, and
Canisius College.

For other information about NEASECS Buffalo, contact Lisa Berglund at
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Lisa Berglund, Ph.D.
English Department , Buffalo State College, SUNY
Work: 716-878-4049; Fax: 716-878-5700; [log in to unmask]
Executive Secretary, Dictionary Society of North America
www.dictionarysociety.com

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