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Subject:

(Fwd) CFP: Interdisciplinary Studies (9/30; ACLA, 2/25-2/27)

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Sun, 04 Jul 1999 08:10:35 -0600

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Hi all (& Happy Fourth to those of us who celebrate the expatriate 
thing)

Would anyone care to help me infiltrate this Yale conference with a 
panel or seminar on AUTOBIO and Disability or the SOCIOLOGY of 
Disability Lit?  Please contact me off list...

Cheers,

Dona

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Date sent:      	Thu, 03 Jun 1999 16:49:53 -0400
From:           	Catherine Labio <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:        	CFP: Interdisciplinary Studies (9/30; ACLA, 2/25-2/27)
To:             	[log in to unmask]

Interdisciplinary Studies: In the Middle, Across, or in Between?

Annual Meeting of  the American Comparative Literature Association

Yale University, February 25-27, 2000

http://www.yale.edu/complit/acla2000.htm

-------------------

Comparative Literature has increasingly been offering an intellectual 
and institutional space where students and scholars can feel free to 
explore the possibilities--and  limits--of interdisciplinary work. 
The organizing committee of the 2000 ACLA Conference seeks proposals 
dealing with specific manifestations of this particular development 
and with their theoretical basis.

We are especially interested in topics with a broad historical and
geographical emphasis and extend a particular invitation to scholars 
studying connections between literary studies and the social and 
natural sciences, including, in no particular order, physics, 
economics, politics, law, anthropology, medicine, history, 
linguistics, philosophy, psychology, and sociology.  Proposals 
focusing on cross-fertilization with archeology, music, and the 
visual arts (including architecture, film, cartoons, and comic 
strips) are also welcome.

See http://www.yale.edu/complit/acla2000.htm for further details,
including a list of suggested topics and a regularly updated list of
seminar proposals for which contributions are being solicited.

We expect that the majority of sessions will take the form of 12-
person seminars, meeting two hours a day for the three mornings of 
the conference, with four papers presented each day. There will also 
be a number of 8-person seminars, meeting two hours a day for the two
afternoons of the conference.
 Each participant will have the opportunity to take full part in one
seminar and then float freely among individual sessions in other 
seminars.

We invite proposals for either an individual paper or a fully or 
partially formed seminar.  You can join with a number of other people 
to present a fully-formed seminar; alternatively, you can propose a 
topic you would like to see, with one or more abstracts already 
attached to it, and the conference committee will try to fill out the 
seminar as appropriate.
(Should this prove impossible, the committee will make every effort 
to find other seminar homes for the submitted abstracts.) 

If you have a seminar topic for which you wish to solicit 
contributions directly, you may do so by forwarding your solicitation 
to the secretariat of the ACLA at [log in to unmask]  Your solicitation 
will then be posted on the conference web site 
(http://www.yale.edu/complit/acla2000.htm).  Be sure to give a 
deadline that will give persons whose proposals you will
not be able to accommodate ample time to submit their proposal
independently to the Program Committee.

If you wish to submit a paper to one of the seminars advertised on 
the conference web site, send it to the organizer(s) of the seminar 
by the deadline they have listed.  If they are unable to accommodate 
your paper, they will inform you so that you can still submit it 
independently to the Program Committee by the September 30, 1999 
deadline.

DEADLINE FOR THE RECEPTION of seminar and independent paper proposals 
by the Program Committee at Yale University:    SEPTEMBER 30, 1999

One-page abstracts for individual paper proposals must include NAME,
DEPARTMENTAL AND INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATION, POSTAL ADDRESS, and E-
MAIL ADDRESS; seminar proposals must include one-page abstracts for 
each presenter, as well as names, departmental and institutional 
affiliations, postal addresses, and e-mail addresses of ALL 
participants. 

Proposals MUST be sent via SURFACE or AIR MAIL to:

ACLA 2000 Program Committee
Department of Comparative Literature
Yale University
P.O. Box  208299
USA - New Haven, CT  06520-8299

Street address (for private companies such as FEDEX or UPS):
ACLA 2000 Program Committee
Department of Comparative Literature
Yale University
344 College Street
105 Connecticut Hall
USA - New Haven, CT  06511

IMPORTANT:
DO  NOT SEND INDIVIDUAL PROPOSALS OR FINALIZED SEMINAR PROPOSALS TO 
THE ACLA. The Yale Program Committee will be making all decisions 
concerning proposals. 

DO NOT SEND SUBMISSIONS ELECTRONICALLY, ONLY SEND HARD COPIES.

THANK YOU. 


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         ===============================================
Dona M. Avery
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-0302
www.public.asu.edu/~donam


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