The conference entitled “[Re]Inventing Communications and Communities: Transmission, Translation, Transgression” invites you to submit papers that critically examine the invention/re-invention of communications and communities. How are communications and communities transformed by transmission and translation? How can communications and communities survive and thrive? How far can we go with transgression?
Interdisciplinary and creative panels and papers are encouraged in fields that include literature, rhetoric and composition, creative writing, theater studies, communication, language studies, English education,women and gender studies, film, visual studies, history, psychology, philosophy, religion, social sciences, media studies, and popular culture.
Panel proposals should be no more than 500 words and submitted by November 1, 2007. Paper abstracts should be no more than 350 words and submitted by November 1, 2007. Please include home and office numbers, complete mailing address, e-mail address, professional affiliation, and AV requirements with your submission.
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