CFP for MLA 2022 panel that could include South Asian Languages taught in the US

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    Thomas Oliver Beebee
    Participant
    @tbeebee

    World Languages, World Literature, Comparative Literature 

    Description: Comparative and World Literature programs depend on world language education pipeliines — and vice versa. This panel explores articulations, pipeline building, language-planning advocacy, including dialogue with high school language and literature teachers and institutes.

    Submission Deadline: Friday, 26 March 2021

    Abstract and biosketch to: thomasbeebee00@gmail.com

    Guaranteed session sponsored by the Association of Departments and Programs of Comparative Literature

    #1026483

    Umar Anjum
    Participant
    @umaranjum

    Thank you, this looks great. I am interested. Can you please share details? Thanks

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    Sumitra Thoidingjam
    Participant
    @thoidingjam

    Hi Umar,

    Thank you for your interest. Please send us a 150-200 word abstract.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Sumitra Thoidingjam

    > On Mar 1, 2021, at 3:31 AM, Umar Anjum <noreply@hcommons.org> wrote:
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    Sumitra Thoidingjam
    Participant
    @thoidingjam

    Hi Umar,

    Please ignore my comment/post. I thought I was responding to a different post.

    Thanks
    Sumitra
    > On Mar 1, 2021, at 3:31 AM, Umar Anjum <noreply@hcommons.org> wrote:
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    Umar Anjum
    Participant
    @umaranjum

    Hi,

    No worries.

    Have a nice week ahead

    -umar

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