University of North Carolina Wilmington Graduate English Association
Call for Papers: “What Lies Beneath: Subtle Ideology and Underlying Arguments” Date: February 16, 2013 from 10 AM – 6 PM
Location: University of North Carolina Wilmington, Morton Hall
Submission Deadline: January 11, 2013
We recognize English scholarship as an amorphous force that is constantly being defined and redefined through various approaches. One such approach focuses on how texts address ideologies, social constructs, and cultural norms and how these dogmas create new topics for discussion. This year’s conference is designed to consider the way ideologies, arguments, and themes manifest themselves in a myriad of texts, including books, film, music, graphic novels, and videogames, to cultural artifacts.
Since English Studies and the Humanities address issues both inside and outside academia, we are calling for submissions from a variety of disciplines from across the Humanities, including Literary Studies and Theory, Rhetoric and Composition, Pedagogy, Linguistics, Creative Writing, Film Studies, Sociology, and Communications. Papers should discuss how texts interact with ideologies and the way these ideologies or arguments are used to subtly influence the reader.
Please come join us at the North Carolina coast to meet colleagues and peers interested in English studies and to take a look at “What Lies Beneath” the surface of our everyday textual experiences!
Proposals should be emailed to: email@example.com by January 11, 2013. All submitted proposals will receive email confirmation upon receipt. Acceptances will be emailed starting January 14, 2013. Proposals for individual presentations should include a 250-300 word abstract (attached as a PDF or Word doc) with the title but no other identifying information. Your name, institution, submission title, phone number, and a brief biography should be included within the body of your email. Individual presentations should not exceed 15 minutes. *Please also indicate any need for audiovisual equipment.*
Proposals for panel presentations (no more than three presenters) should include three separate 100 word abstracts and one 250 word panel abstract (attached as a PDF or Word doc) with the titles but no identifying information. Please title your panel accordingly. Your names, institutions, panel title, phone numbers, and brief biographies should be included within the body of the email. Panel presentations should not exceed 45 minutes. *Please also indicate any need for audiovisual equipment.*
Further questions should be directed to the GEA Chair Lauren Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
University of North Carolina at Wilmington Email: email@example.com
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