Deadline: April 29, 2020
Please consider participating at this small and user-friendly conference. We are trying to sustain our Russian language/literature panels at this type of conferences for a greater exposer of Russian programs and research, which will not be possible without your participation. If you know graduate students interested in presenting their research or local school teachers / community college instructors (lecturers, professor) interested in sharing their pedagogical practices, please share this e-mail with them.
As I already mentioned, our panels are very friendly and welcoming, pretty informal. Your presentation can be on results of seasoned research, or on work in progress (preliminary results) – in Russian literature, comparative literature, literature and film intersection, linguistic aspects of literature, poetry.
If you are interested in presenting, email the suggested topic and abstract by April 29th to Jill Martiniuk, University of South Florida: firstname.lastname@example.org
Double submissions are not allowed. You also must a member of SCMLA. Each member may submit a proposal to one academic session.
Looking forward to your ideas, suggestions, proposals.
South Central Modern Language Association
October 8-10, 2020
Call for Papers