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CFP: WCBS, September 24-25, 2010

Published: August 23, 2012

WESTERN CONFERENCE ON BRITISH STUDIES
September 24-25, 2010
Marriott Courtyard & Residence Inn
Austin TX

The Western Conference on British Studies announces that it will hold its 2010 Meeting in Austin, TX on September 24-25, 2010, at the Marriott Courtyard and Residence Inn. Professor Brian Levack, of the University of Texas at Austin, will be serving as plenary speaker for what promises to be an exciting and convivial conference.

The WCBS welcomes proposals from faculty and graduate students, for individual papers and complete sessions on all aspects of British Studies and the British experience, including: History, Philosophy, Politics and Government, Literature, Arts, and Culture. In addition, the WCBS seeks proposals addressing Comparative History, the British Empire, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Historiography, the teaching of British History/Studies and the conditions of British Studies in North American colleges and universities.

Papers and Presenters: For each proposed paper please provide a brief abstract (200 words), and for each participant please provide a brief CV (1-2 pages). Complete sessions should have three papers, a chair and a commentator. A c.v. should also be provided for the chair and commentator.

Complete Sessions: For complete session proposals, please identify the individual who will serve as the contact between the program chair and the session participants. Further, please provide a full address, including e-mail, for the contact persons.

Chairs and Commentators: If you are interested in serving as a session chair or commentator, please submit a notice, a brief c.v., and an indication of areas/topics in which you would interested in providing a comment.

All proposals for papers and sessions should be submitted either as Microsoft word, WordPerfect, or Adobe PDF documents, by May 1, 2010, to BOTH of the program co-chairs:

tabili@u.arizona.edu (Professor Laura Tabili, University of Arizona) jbronste@nmsu.edu (Professor Jamie Bronstein, New Mexico State University)

If you have any questions, please contact either program co-chair by email, or call Jamie Bronstein at 575-646-4200.

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