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CALL FOR PAPERS (abridged version)
 
4th Annual Central New York Conference on Language and Literature
 
SUNY College at Cortland
Cortland, NY 13045
October 16-18, 1994
 
 
The Fourth Annual CNYCLL (scheduled October 16-18, 1994) will
feature approximately 55 sessions on a variety of issues related
to literature, language, and composition studies. As in previous
years, this conference's range of sessions is very broad--
encompassing both traditional and non-traditional topics (sessions
on cultural diversity, non-canonical writers, etc.).
 
The following abridged list includes some conference sessions
related to film.
 
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NOTE: Those interested in presenting papers at CNYCLL should
contact directly the session chairs listed below and offer
preliminary abstracts (or drafts of papers, if specified).
 
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Edith Wharton and Film
Chair: Augusta Rohrbach
230 Riverside Drive, 1A
New York, NY 10025
Deadline: July 1, 1994
 
Imagining Vietnam
(Race, gender, class and/or problems of history and representation in
Vietnam fictions: novels, stories, film and television)
Chair: Amanda Howell
English Department
River Campus
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627
Deadline: June 1, 1994
 
Literature and Film: Post-1980
Chair: Richard A. Currie
CSI/CUNY
2800 Victory Blvd.
Department of English
Staten Island, NY 10301
Deadline: June 15, 1994
 
Literature and Film: Pre-1980
Chair: Vickie K. Janik
39 Prospect Terrace
Cortland, NY 13045
Deadline: July 1, 1994
 
Literature Into Film in the Cause of Multi-Culturalism
Chair: Dr. William Parente
Department of History and Politics
University of Scranton
Scranton, PA 18510
Deadline: July 1, 1994
 
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CONFERENCE GUIDELINES
 
Generally speaking, participants should deliver only one paper or
chair only one session. Session chairs shall consider all papers
submitted in response to the general call for papers and shall not
have pre-selected panelists. Papers should have a 15-18 minute
reading time.
 
This year we plan to disseminate abstracts of all papers accepted
for the conference. IF YOUR PAPER IS ACCEPTED FOR A CNYCLL
SESSION, YOU WILL BE EXPECTED TO SUBMIT A FINAL ABSTRACT (maximum
200 words) BY 1 SEPTEMBER 1994. Procedures for submitting final
abstracts for conference papers are explained in the document
"Submitting Final Abstracts" (available via GOPHER or e-mail to
the addresses listed below). Abstracts will be made available to
conference participants in print and electronic-text (via e-mail
and GOPHER).
 
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CONFERENCE:
 
E-mail Address:
send requests for information to [log in to unmask]
(or to [log in to unmask])
 
GOPHER Address:
obtain information regarding abstracts, schedule of sessions,
conference registration by GOPHERing to: orchard.cortland.edu
 
*** End of abridged Call for Papers (4/94)***