- April 3, 2009
- Posted by: Elijah Gartin
The deadline for paper proposals for most of this year’s PAMLA conference sessions has now passed, and so most sessions are now closed. Some specific sessions, however, have extended their proposal deadlines until April 13, 2009. The sessions with extended deadlines are:
- Bay Area Writers: Beyond the “Beat Thing”
- Chaucer and Related Topics
- Classics (Latin)
- Critical Theory
- Engaging/Enraging a German-Speaking Public
- Latina/o Literature
- Marriage and Family in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Writing
- Metaphor in Public Discourse
- Modern Austrian Literature
- Post-Colonial Literature
- Shakespeare and Related Topics
- Spanish and Portuguese (Latin American)
- Studies in Literature and Science
- Teaching with the Internet and Technology
- Young Adult Literature
This will be the final deadline extension, so if you are interested in submitting a proposal to one of these sessions, please do so as soon as possible using the Online Proposal Submission Form.
If your paper has already been accepted for a session but you did not submit a proposal online, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions on how to submit a late proposal. All proposals must be submitted online to be included in the conference program.
The full Call for Papers is available at www.pamla.org/2009/cfp. If you have particular questions concerning a session, please contact the Presiding Officer listed in the CFP.