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Program Proposals for 2002 Shakespeare Association
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.0660  Tuesday, 20 March 2001

From:           Jeffrey Masten <
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Date:           Saturday, 17 Mar 2001 14:04:53 -0600
Subject:        Program Proposals for 2002 Shakespeare Association Meeting

Dear Colleagues,

I'm writing to remind Shakespeare Association of America members and
members-to-be that the deadline for program proposals for the 2002
annual meeting in Minneapolis is approaching (April 1, 2001).  The 2002
program committee continues to invite and solicit your proposals for
seminars, workshops, and paper panels on any topic related to the work
of the SAA and its membership.  More information (both about these SAA
meeting formats and about proposals) is available in the SAA _Bulletin_
(pp. 6 and 12), posted at the SAA website:

http://www.shakespeareassociation.org/Program/2001.htm

Proposals for the program should include the name(s) and affiliation(s)
of the proposers, a brief description of the topic of the seminar,
workshop, or paper panel, and, in the case of paper panels, the names of
likely presenters and their paper titles or topics.  Seminar proposals
often feature both a description of the topic and a list of questions
the seminar hopes to engage.  Program proposals will be discussed by the
program committee and the SAA trustees, who make final decisions about
the annual meeting's program.

Proposals may be sent to me by email (
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address below, or faxed to my attention at 847/467-1545.  Please feel
free to contact me, or other members of the SAA 2002 program committee
(Douglas Lanier, Lynne Magnusson, Susanne Wofford) with proposals and
questions.

We look forward to reading your ideas.

Sincerely,
Jeffrey Masten
 

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