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Southern Comparative Literature Association, 27th Annual Meeting
Chapel Hill, NC, September 2001


Call for papers

The Variety and Vitality of Comparative Literature

27th Annual Meeting of the


September 13-15, 2001, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Papers should be comparative. Topics include but are not limited to

1. The relationship of comparative literature to cultural studies 2.
Literature, the other arts and time/space 3. Literature and film of the
Americas 4. East/West relations 5. Intertextual relationships (ancient,
medieval, modern) 6. How to choose the syllabus for a "Great Books" or a
special topics course 7. Post-Holocaust literature 8. Ideas of the nation
in literature 9. Beginnings or endings 10. Fictions of contemporary Europe
11. The practice of translation 12. Life-writing in a cross-cultural

Please submit proposals of 250 words by March 1, 2001; submissions for
panels should include title, chair of the panel, and participants.

E-mail submissions are encouraged.

Send proposals to:
Edward Donald Kennedy
Curriculum of Comparative Literature, CB#3150
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3150
Telephone: +1-(919) 962-1055
Fax: +1-(919) 962-5166

Those who read papers must be members of SCLA ($15; $8 for students and
retirees). For membership contact Thomas Cooksey,
or at Languages, Literatures, and Philosophy, Armstrong Atlantic State
University, Savannah, GA 31419, USA.

If participants are not members of SCLA when papers are accepted, membership dues
may be paid with the conference registration.

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