Manifestations of National Identity in 19th and 20th Century German Literature
Panel for the SAMLA Convention, 15–17 November 2002, Baltimore, MD
Papers employing non-traditional approaches to German texts and contexts, investigations of non-canonical texts, and cross-disciplinary explorations are especially welcome. Papers should have a maximum reading length of 20 minutes.
Please mail, fax or email a short (250 word) abstract by 31 March 2002 and indicate if you will need special audio/visual equipment. Panelists will be notified of acceptance by 15 April 2002.
SAMLA is the Southeast regional association of the Modern Language Association. All panelists must become members of the SAMLA by 1 July 2002 in order to receive pre-registration materials for the 2001 convention.
Department of Germanic Languages
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
CB # 3160, 417 Dey Hall
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3160
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