Society for Literature & Science
Annual Meeting 2004
October 14 - 17, 2004
SLS fosters the interdisciplinary study of the relations among literature and language, the arts, and science, medicine, and technology and includes among its members scholars of literature, art, and science as well as writers, artists, and scientists.
All proposals addressing the interaction of art or literature with science, medicine or technology, including new media, are welcome.
Individuals may submit abstracts for individual papers (150 words) as well as proposals for panels, which are usually composed of 3-4 speakers plus discussion in a 1-1/2 hour session. Sessions involving speakers and/or respondents that transcend disciplinary boundaries are particularly welcome.
DUE DATE FOR ABSTRACTS AND PROPOSALS: MAY 1, 2004
Please submit abstract/proposal via the form on the website or by e-mail to both Eve Keller and Wayne Miller.
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