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Call for Papers    

 


 

American Women Writers of Color
Deadline: July 30, 2004
 
Reclaiming the Past, Embracing the Future: American Women Writers of  Color and Literary Traditions
Tenth International American Women Writers of Color Conference
November 21-23, 2004
Sheraton Inner Harbor
Baltimore, MD  

We invite individual, panel and round table submissions on all aspects of scholarship on 19th and 20th century American Women Writers of Color, including:

        *Transnationalism
        *Diasporic Identities
        *Disrupting Margins
        *Exile Identity
        *Intersections of Race, Class, Gender and Sexual Orientation
        *Film Studies and Theory
        *Hybrid Ethnic Identities
        *Immigration
        *Maternal Connections
        *Memory and Migration
        *Literary and Critical Theory
        *Pedagogy
        *Revisiting, Reviewing, Revisiting Home
        *Transgressive Women Writers
        *Novels, Short Fiction, Memoirs, Autobiography, Drama, Storytelling, Poetry

Please include the following information with your proposal:
        *Phone number for work and home
        *E-mail address
        *University affiliation and status (full-time faculty, part-time faculty, graduate student)

Send one-page individual/panel abstracts via e-mail or surface mail by Friday, July 30 to:

Professor Connie Richards
Department of English
Salisbury University
1101 Camden Avenue
Salisbury, MD 21801-6860
410-543-6445
Fax: 410-543-6860
E-mail: awwoc@salisbury.edu

For conference updates and hotel registration/transportation
information, please visit the American Women Writers of Color Conference
web site: http://www.salisbury.edu/schools/fulton/English/awwoc/awwoc.htm