CFP Deadline Approaching:
22nd Penn State Conference on Rhetoric and Composition
Rhetoric and Writing across Language Boundaries
Sunday, July 10–Tuesday, July 12, 2011
The Nittany Lion Inn
State College, Pennsylvania
About the conference
Developments in globalization, new media literacies, and postcolonial perspectives have called attention to the transnational flow of people and texts and to the hybridity of language itself. These developments have made scholars in rhetoric and composition aware of the monolingual assumptions informing their disciplinary discourses and pedagogical practices. With scholars considering such issues, there are calls now to understand the cross-language relations of writers and writing in an effort to reconfigure the discourses and practices of our discipline.
In light of these disciplinary trends, the 22nd Penn State Conference on Rhetoric and Composition will focus on defining a multilingual rhetoric and writing practice. Featured speakers include leading scholars who address multilingualism in their research and scholarship. We invite you to share your reflections and research on this theme.
Call for proposals
Please find a full CFP at our conference website; proposals are due February 15, 2011.
Both individual and panel proposals are encouraged.
Individual proposals: submit an abstract (250 words) that includes your name, paper title, professional affiliation, institution name, mailing address, phone number, and e-mail address via e-mail attachment to email@example.com.
Panel proposals: submit the following via e-mail attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org
(1) an abstract (250 words) describing the theme and objectives of the panel that includes the panel title as well as the panel coordinator's name, institutional affiliation, and contact information
(2) an abstract (250 words) for each presentation in the panel that includes the name, institutional affiliation, and contact information for each presenter.
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