CFP: Rust Belt Literature panel for 3-6 Jan. 2019 MLA Conv. in Chicago
- 16 April 2018 at 1:50 pm #1016915
Gloria Lee McMillanParticipant@gloriamla
(1) We hope to have the first Rust Belt Literature panel ever at the MLA at the next national convention in Chicago. We are INTERDISCIPLINARY: For instance Lit. and Sociology, Lit and race, Radical Causus, teaching of Lit., Creative Writing (!), Urban lit. 20th and 21st C. Lit., Lit. in Lang. other than English, Lit. and Economics, Lit. and Race, Lit. and Anthropology, Eastern European Studies, etc.
Please send your ideas of what you might like to present.
DATES: 2019 3–6 January, Chicago
I look forward to hearing your ideas of how to organize this panel, as well as what you might present.
(2) Don\’t forget to sign up for the Rust Belt Lit discussion group here at the MLA online Commons.
Welcome to the Rust Belt Lit. group,
(from East Chicago, IN)
Dept. of English
University of Arizona / Tucson
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgThis topic was also posted in: Delegate Assembly Regional Group: Great Lakes, Ecocriticism , Economics & Literature, Prose Fiction, Interdisciplinary Approaches to Culture and Society, Twentieth-Century American Literature, Literature of the United States in Languages Other Than English, Slavic Literatures and Cultures, Radical Caucus, RCWS Creative Writing, The Teaching of Writing, Anthropological Approaches to Literature, Ecocriticism and Environmental Humanities, History and Literature, Sociological Approaches to Literature, Popular Culture, Ethnic Studies in Language and Literature, Literary and Cultural Theory, The Teaching of Literature, Urban Cultural Studies, Rust Belt Literature.
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