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Maria Maisto, Past Chair Jan. 2017
Lee Skallerup Bessette, Chair, Jan. 2018
Virginia Cooper, Secretary, Jan. 2019
Maria Grewe, Jan 2020
Robin Sowards, Jan 2021

CFPs for MLA 2022 from HEP Part-time and Contingent Faculty Issues Forum

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    Pamela Lim-McAlister
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    Dear colleagues,

    We are excited to share our three CFPs from the HEP Part-time and Contingent Faculty Issues Forum for MLA 2022. Please read the details below and submit an abstract and short bio by March 15. We are looking forward to a terrific convention in D.C. and would love for YOU to be a panelist in one of our sessions. Please share these CFPs with colleagues. Thank you for your interest and assistance, apologies for the cut-and-paste job, and see you at MLA 2022!

    HEP Part-Time and Contingent Faculty Issues: Calls for Papers

    1. Building Bridges and Breaking Down Walls: The Teaching of World Literature in English

    Studying world languages and literature provides a window into other cultures. Panelists discuss how … See more

    Pamela A. Lim-McAlister, U of California, Berkeley

     

    2. Part-time Faculty, Full-time Global Citizen

    As well as being a questionable labor practice, does the faculty gig economy truly serve students at … See more

    Veronica Popp, Texas Woman’s U

     

    3. Expanding International Vistas: Views from Here and Abroad

    International students bring perspectives — about their previous language and culture and adopted s … See more

    Maria Shine Stewart, Notre Dame College

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