The 9th Annual Graduate English Society Conference will be held February 20-21, 2004 at Texas Tech University’s state-of-the-art English-Philosophy complex in Lubbock, Texas. The theme of this year's conference reminds us that our many fields of interest within English studies provide numerous opportunities to shape the future of our discipline and craft meaning through that interaction.
The Texas Tech Graduate English Society welcomes proposals (250-word abstracts) from graduate students addressing this year's theme or any topic of interest to English scholars. The 2004 conference will include, but is not limited to, sessions on a range of subjects within the following general sub-fields:
Literature, culture, and criticism
Composition, rhetoric, and writing centers
Technical communication and technology criticism
Teaching and pedagogy
The American Literature Area welcomes proposals on any genre, movement, theory, or author in American literature. Papers that incorporate popular culture, film, art, and music are especially welcome, as well as those that address the changing field of English studies.
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