[Msa-discuss] Fwd: CFP: 2009 ASLE Conference (Victoria, BC, 6/3/09-6/6/09)

Clifford Wulfman clifford_wulfman at brown.edu
Thu Aug 7 09:28:17 EDT 2008

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> From: Dan Philippon <danp at umn.edu>
> Date: August 6, 2008 9:13:35 PM EDT
> To: msa-members-owner at jhupress.jhu.edu
> Subject: CFP: 2009 ASLE Conference (Victoria, BC, 6/3/09-6/6/09)
> Could you please post this CFP to the msa-members list? We would  
> welcome submissions from members of the Modernist Studies  
> Association interested in the relationship of modernism and the  
> environment.
> Dan Philippon
> --
> The Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE)  
> invites proposals for its Eighth Biennial Conference, to be held  
> June 3-6, 2009, at the University of Victoria, in British Columbia,  
> Canada, on the theme of "Island Time: The Fate of Place in a Wired,  
> Warming World." The conference features plenary sessions with Andrew  
> Revkin, environment reporter for "The New York Times"; Richard  
> Primack, editor-in-chief of "Biological Conservation"; Ruth Ozeki,  
> author of "My Year of Meats," and many other speakers.
> We seek proposals for papers, panels, roundtables, workshops, and  
> other public presentations connecting language, nature, and culture.  
> As always, we welcome interdisciplinary approaches; readings of  
> environmentally inflected fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction;  
> and proposals from outside the academic humanities, including  
> submissions from artists, writers, practitioners, activists, and  
> colleagues in the social and natural sciences.
> For more information, including the complete Call for Proposals, as  
> well as information on pre-conference workshops and seminars, field  
> sessions, presentation formats, submission guidelines, biographies  
> of plenary speakers, graduate student travel awards, and book and  
> graduate student paper awards, see http://asle.uvic.ca/
> Deadline for Proposals: November 15, 2008

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