Papers could focus on any aspect of oral discursive production, circulation and consumption, but those dealing with aspects of
marginality and liminality, of the cross-cultural and the interzonal within oral cultures and diverse forms of talk will be
particularly appreciated. All disciplines (in the fields of comparative literature, performing arts, visual culture, cultural
anthropology…) and all periods can be considered.
Proposals, not exceeding 500 words, are to be sent before December 15, 2011, to the following e-mail addresses:
firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com. Selected applicants will be notified
by January 15th, 2012 of the acceptance of their proposals.
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