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Remembering the Past, Envisioning the Future: New Directions in Holocaust Studies
Murfreesboro, TN, April 1998

      

Call for Papers and Presentations Second Bi-Annual Holocaust Studies Conference REMEMBERING THE PAST, ENVISIONING THE FUTURE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN HOLOCAUST STUDIES Thursday, April 2 - Sunday, April 5, 1998 MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE, USA
WITH KEYNOTE SPEAKER: YARON SVORAY A Detective Sergeant in the Israeli Central Police Command, Svoray went undercover as a Nazi sympathizer. He is the author of In Hitler's Shadow and subject of the film The Infiltrator. Original papers and presentations are invited on diverse Holocaust Studies subjects. We especially encourage papers that emphasize the relevance of Holocaust Studies to the present. TOPICS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING: % Israel or Europe Today % Exile % Contemporary Literature % Responding to Hate Groups % Comparative Studies % Feminism % Childhood % Contemporary Controversies % Internet Studies % Critical Positions on the Discipline % Post-Colonialism % Generation X % Artistic Representation % Gay and Lesbian Studies % Media Issues % Roma and Sinti Experience % The American Experience % The Politics of Memorialization/ (e.g. Japanese Internment) Memorabilia SEND ONE-PAGE ABSTRACTS OR COMPLETED PAPERS BY JANUARY 15, 1998. We will respond to all submissions by February 15, 1998. (We can provide early decisions on abstracts submitted by December 1, 1997.) Dr. Sonja Hedgepeth Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures Middle Tennessee State University P.O. Box 467 Murfreesboro, TN 37132 USA (From: Elyce Rae Helford ehelford@frank.mtsu.edu)