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Call for Papers: 10th. Annual Southeast Coastal Conference on Languages & Literatures (SECCLL)
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March 28 - 29, 2013 SECCLL is a scholarly conference gathering either the last week in March or the first week in April. The conference attracts scholars from the region and beyond. SECCLL is oriented toward the participation of scholars from both public and private institutions of higher education. It is a collegial, informal and respectful environment marked by a rigorous and productive exchange among academics.

11/2/2012
When: 11/2/2012

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SECCLL is a scholarly conference gathering either the last week in March or the first week in April (March 28 - 29, 2013). The conference attracts scholars from the region and beyond.  SECCLL is oriented toward the participation of scholars from both public and private institutions of higher education. It is a collegial, informal and respectful environment marked by a rigorous and productive exchange among academics.


Call For Papers 2013 - Website

Proposal Deadline November 2, 2012
SUBMIT Your Proposal HERE.

We invite Electronic proposals in the following subject areas:
• Afro-Hispanic Literature
• Classics
• Asian Literature and Culture
• Colonial and Post-Colonial Studies
• Culture and Civilization
• Discourse of Nationalism
• English as a Second Language
• Film Studies
• Foreign Language and Business
• French and Francophone
• French-Hispanic Caribbean Literature
• German Literature and Culture
• Hispanic Women Writers
• Latin American Literature
• Linguistics
• Literature and the Arts
• Literary Criticism
• Minorities and Multicultural Issues
• Pedagogy
• Peninsular Spanish Literature
• Popular Literature
• Study Abroad
• Technology & Languages
• Translation Studies
• Women and Gender Studies
• Comparative Literature
• Special Topics
Pre-organized panel proposals are encouraged

All submissions (abstracts, panel proposals) should be written in either English or the language appropriate to your area. All papers are limited to 20 minutes (9-10 double-spaced pages).
Papers presented at SECCLL may be submitted to The Coastal Review, an online peer-reviewed journal. Please access the journal’s website below for futher information.
http://class.georgiasouthern.edu/fl/thecoastalreview/

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