Virginia Tech’s English Graduate Organization is holding its annual Graduate Conference on February 26, 2011. This year’s theme is “Perspectives.”
As graduate scholars, teaching assistants, and creative writers, we each bring unique perspectives to the contexts in which we write and the texts that we produce. Fortunately, the English discipline has shown an exceptional flexibility to incorporate our new perspectives while retaining a foothold on its firm foundations. Now, in this dynamic 21st Century climate, our discipline has shifted once again to include new genres, texts, and dialogues. This year, the Virginia Tech English Graduate Student Organization warmly invites you to share the fresh and innovative ways you represent our discipline. We welcome student selections concerning composition pedagogy, literary and rhetorical scholarship, and the artistic expressions of your perspective.
•A 250-500 word abstract for a 20-minute paper should be submitted as an email attachment in .doc or .rtf format. In your email, include name, affiliation, email address, phone number, and title of paper, as well as a brief biographical statement. Do not include your name on the abstract itself.
• Panel proposals should explain the panel topic in a 250-500 word abstract and provide a brief biographical statement for each presenter. In your email, include name, affiliation, email address, phone number, and title of paper. Do not include your names on the abstract itself.
• Creative submissions should include a short, descriptive abstract as well as a sample of the work to be considered. Please specify “Creative Submission” in your proposal. In your email, include name, affiliation, email address, phone number, and title of paper, as well as a brief biographical
statement. Do not include your name on the abstract itself.
• Submit proposals by January 1st, 2011 to: VT.EGSO.2011Conference@gmail.com
For further information, please feel free to email VT.EGSO.2011Conference@gmail.com.
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