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Announcements: Fellowship and CFPs
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 5, No.0754.  Wednesday, 28 Sept. 1994.
 
(1)     From:   Steven Urkowitz <
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        Date:   Monday, 26 Sep 94 20:06:07 EDT
        Subj:   Fellowship announcement
 
(2)     From:   Vallee Jean-Francois <
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        Date:   Monday, 19 Sep 1994 17:46:11 -0400 (EDT)
        Subj:   CFP: Comp. Lit. Grad. Student Conference
 
(3)     From:   Renee Pigeon <rpigeon%wiley.csusb.EDU@>
        Date:   Tuesday, 27 Sep 1994 17:39:18 -0700 (PDT)
        Subj:   CFP: Teaching Symposium
 
 
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From:           Steven Urkowitz <
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Date:           Monday, 26 Sep 94 20:06:07 EDT
Subject:        Fellowship announcement
 
Please share this around to graduate students and new Ph.D.s, and I'd
appreciate anyone forwarding the announcement to other lists (and also
reporting back to me where it may have been posted.
 
The CARL H. PFORZHEIMER ENDOWED FELLOWSHIP IN ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE.
One year appointment to pursue research and teach one course per semester.
Recent Ph.D. or advanced ABD in Dramatic Literature.  Supplementary interests
or prefessional experience in theatrical production or criticism desirable.
Appointment as Assistant Professor, $29,931-$34,011 per year.  Appointment
contingent on budgetary approval.  Send letter and c.v., postmarked no later
than December 7, 1994, to Professor Steven Urkowitz, Chair, The City College,
CUNY, 138th Street and Convent Avenue, New York, NY 10031.  The City College is
an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer and specifically invites and
encourages applications from women and men of all ethnic and racial
backgrounds.  The College provides reasonable accommodations to individuals
with disabilities upon request.
 
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From:           Vallee Jean-Francois <
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Date:           Monday, 19 Sep 1994 17:46:11 -0400 (EDT)
Subject:        CFP: Comp. Lit. Grad. Student Conference
 
Cross-posted :
 
CALL FOR PAPERS
 
THE BODY OF LITERATURE / LITERATURE OF THE BODY
 
6th Annual Graduate Student Conference of the CCLA
(Canadian Comparative Literature Association)
Department of Comparative Literature, Universite de Montreal
March 31st & April 1st, 1995
 
Guest speakers:
Peter Brooks, Yale University
Nicole Brossard, writer
 
Possible Topics:
 
Love's Body in Cyber Space: when Meatpuppet meets Prosthetic Enhancement / Sex,
Text and Literary Taboo / Body, Religion, Tradition / Current Readings into the
Literary Canon / Culture and Context: Mind and Body Divided  / Canadian
Literature After French and English / Semiotization of the Body - Somatization
of the story / Literary Discourse: (dis)service to the Nation / Bodies Beyond
Sex? Writing Gender(s) / Writing the Self / Writing Illness / Violence and the
Body / The Political Economy of the Body...
 
Please send two copies of your abstract (in French or in English, 250 words
maximum) before November 1st, 1994 to:
 
Marie Lessard
Organizing comitee for the 6th Anuual CCLA Graduate Student Conference
De'partement de litte'rature compare'e
Universite' de Montre'al
C.P. 6128, succursale Centre-Ville
Montre'al, Que'bec, H3C 3J7
info. : 
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From:           Renee Pigeon <rpigeon%wiley.csusb.EDU@>
Date:           Tuesday, 27 Sep 1994 17:39:18 -0700 (PDT)
Subject:        CFP: Teaching Symposium
 
Call for Papers
 
Renaissance Conference of Southern California
Third Annual Symposium on "Teaching the Renaissance"
Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA
Saturday, Febuary 4, 1995
 
Some suggested topics:
Using new media to teach the Renaissance
Expanding the canon: successful strategies
Approaches to teaching Shakespeare's comedies
The Renaissance in multicultural curricula
Proposals for workshops or roundtable discussions
 
Proposals on these and other topics are invited from scholars and teachers in
all disciplines dealing with Renaissance studies; all critical approaches are
also welcomed. Ideas for proposals incorporating technology should be submitted
as soon as possible to allow us to obtain necessary equipment.  Please send
abstracts for papers (reading length 20 minutes) or proposals for sessions for
receipt by November 15, 1994 to: Prof. Renee Pigeon, RCSC President, Dept. of
English, CSU San Bernardino, 5500 University Parkway, San Bernardino, CA
92407-2397.  E-mail submissions encouraged; send to: 
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Please be sure to include a telephone number and/or e-mail address with your
submission.
 

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