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The Ethics of Conference Presentations
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.2056  Monday, 27 October 2003

From:           Michael Friedman <
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Date:           Friday, 24 Oct 2003 13:10:31 -0400
Subject:        The Ethics of Conference Presentations

A colleague of mine from a different literary field and I got into a
discussion over lunch today, and with everyone's indulgence, I would
like to pose our dispute as a question to the group.  Is it ethical for
a scholar to ask his or her institution for travel funds to present the
same paper at two different academic conferences attended by two
essentially different groups of participants?  I am interested in
discovering whether my understanding of the ethical practices within
Shakespeare Studies legitimately differ from those of another field, or
whether I have simply misunderstood what our ethical standards are.

Michael D. Friedman
University of Scranton

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