CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

English Literature before 1800: Theory, Criticism, and Pedagogy


Source of Information: RENAIS-L 2000-12-13
Date of Event: 2001-11-01 to 03
Location of event: Cleveland, USA
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2001-03-15




CALL FOR PAPERS (and customary plea for indulgence of cross-posting)

"English Literature before 1800" session
Midwest MLA Annual Convention
November 1-3, 2001
Sheraton Cleveland City Centre, Cleveland, Ohio

The topic for next year's session is "Theory, Criticism, and Pedagogy."  How
does our work as scholars, critics, and theorists relate to our work as
teachers of early modern literature?  Proposals addressing the topic from
any angle are welcome: e.g., using theory and scholarship in the classroom,
undergraduate research, research inspired by classroom experiences, etc.

Abstracts may be submitted by mail or e-mail by March 15, 2001, to

Mary R. Bowman
Department of English
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Stevens Point, WI 54481
715-346-4338
mbowman@uwsp.edu

For more information about the M/MLA, visit the website at
<http://www.uiowa.edu/~mmla/>