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Possible Roundtable for MLA 2021 Looking for Participants

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    Kelly Aliano
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    I am looking for participants for a roundtable session for the MLA 2021 conference. The title and description for the session that I posted to the MLA call for papers is posted below. Feel free to reach out to me directly (kel.irene.aliano@gmail.com) with any questions or to submit a proposal.

    Putting Writing and Performance in Conversation

    This panel welcomes abstracts (max. 300 words) that explore the intersection between writing instruction and performance/theatre practice, via sample class activities, assignments, etc. What is gained by crossing the disciplinary boundaries?

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