Dear PAMLA Members, 

Our final conference schedule and program for the 2009 PAMLA Conference at San Francisco State University is now ready for your viewing-pleasure.  In order to view it, go to

As you can see from the program, this year’s PAMLA Conference is filled with over one hundred and ten sessions on a wide-variety of fascinating topics.  If you wish to join us (and we’d love to have you join us), you may still register for the conference at:

If you have any questions about the conference or the schedule, do let me know.  Also, while we hope that everyone on this final schedule will be able to attend, if you are forced to cancel for any reason, please do let me know right away: [email protected]

If you have any questions about local restaurants and attractions, transportation from area hotels to the university, or other matters, please visit the highly informative conference webpage at:

All my very best, and I’m looking forward to seeing you all very soon in San Francisco.

Craig Svonkin
Executive Director
Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association
Assistant Professor of English, Metropolitan State College of Denver