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CFP: Teaching Memory Studies (MLA 2016)

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    Martha Dana Rust

    Dear Members of the Teaching as a Profession group,

    Please consider submitting an abstract for our special session, “Teaching Memory Studies.” Here’s the full CFP:

    Teaching Memory Studies

    Integrating studies of memory and literature: e.g. memory as metaphor, personal or collective practice, neuroscience, narrative hindsight, cinematic flashback. 250 word abstract by March 15; Martha Rust (martha.rust@nyu.edu) and Suzanne England (suzanne.england@nyu.edu).

    It’s on the CFP site here: http://www.mla.org/cfp_detail_7579

    all best,

    Martha and Suzanne

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