Calls for Papers for 2007 Convention in Chicago
LUSOPHONE LITERATURES AND CULTURES OUTSIDE PORTUGAL AND BRAZIL
And After the Revolution? Engaging Emancipated Lusophone Africa or Asia Spaces: Toward a New Paradigm of Freedom. The wide range of social and political issues in the construction of identity. 1-page abstracts and vitae by March 2nd.; Luís Gonçalves, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, 303 Casa Hispânica, Mail Code 1301, Columbia Univ., 612 West 116th St., New York, NY 10027 (email@example.com).
The 2007 convention will be held in Chicago. Members should familiarize themselves with the guidelines for the MLA convention, which appear in the September 2006 PMLA (pp. 946–51), before writing to the organizers listed below. If not provided, organizers’ addresses are available on the MLA Web site to MLA members and listed in the September 2006 PMLA. All participants in convention sessions must be MLA members by 7 April 2007. Organizers are responsible for responding to all inquiries. A member may participate as speaker or respondent only twice (e.g., by organizing and chairing a meeting, reading a paper, or serving as a speaker, panelist, or respondent in one or two sessions) at a single convention. Calls for papers are limited to thirty-five words, including the session title but not the name or address of the organizer. Groups that announce two or more calls for papers with the same contact person list the contact person only once.
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