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Irish, Scot, and Welsh Lit CEA Conferenc 2024 : Irish, Scottish, and Welsh Literature (CEA 3/21-3/23/2024)

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Link: https://www.conftool.pro/cea2024/
 
When Mar 21, 2024 - Mar 23, 2024
Where Atlanta, GA
Submission Deadline Nov 1, 2023
Categories    scottish literature   welsh literature   irish literature
 

Call For Papers

Call for Papers, CEA 2024: Atlanta

March 21–23, 2024

Westin Buckhead Atlanta

The College English Association, a gathering of scholar-teachers in English studies, welcomes proposals for presentations on IRISH, SCOTTISH, AND WELSH LITERATURE for our 53rd annual conference.

"All changed, changed utterly: / A terrible beauty is born."-- W. B. Yeats

We are especially interested in presentations that incorporate topics related to the conference theme of TRANSFORMATIONS, but we will consider all proposals.

Proposals should be between 250 and 500 words in length. The submission deadline is November 1, 2023. Only one submission per individual, please. Notifications of proposal status will be sent in early December. Electronic submissions should be made here: https://www.conftool.pro/cea2024/. Note that all presenters must be members of the CEA.

Please direct any questions to Joseph Jordan at joseph-p-jordan@utc.edu.

To learn more about the CEA and our 2024 Conference, please visit us at https://cea-web.org/

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