2013 EGO Conference

Presenter Information

University of North Florida

Location

University of North Florida

Start Date

1-10-2013 12:00 AM

End Date

23-10-2013 12:00 AM

Description

Peter Vandenberg and Jennifer Clary-Lemon have recently concluded, “A particular striking feature of the MA is the capacity of the degree to exert centripetal force, bonding potentially disparate elements of the English degree together, or to stretch across disciplinary boundaries.” The UNF English Department is a diverse space where literature, film, drama, creative writing, and rhetoric all inhabit. The English Graduate Organization (EGO) at the University of North Florida is pleased to announce the call for abstracts for its fall conference, which will be held November 6, 2013. The EGO Conference is a small collection of students and faculty whose desire is to promote graduate student scholarship, as well as to facilitate the professionalization of graduate students within the larger field of English Studies.

EGO welcomes papers, documentaries, or even works in progress from all subjects within the UNF Department of English. Abstracts should be approximately 200 words, and presentations should be no longer than 10 -12 minutes.

Email your submissions to james.beasley@unf.edu no later than Oct 23, 2013. Please remove all identifying markers on the abstract itself, which should be included as a word .doc attachment to your email. We will send confirmations upon the receipt of your proposal.

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University of North Florida

Peter Vandenberg and Jennifer Clary-Lemon have recently concluded, “A particular striking feature of the MA is the capacity of the degree to exert centripetal force, bonding potentially disparate elements of the English degree together, or to stretch across disciplinary boundaries.” The UNF English Department is a diverse space where literature, film, drama, creative writing, and rhetoric all inhabit. The English Graduate Organization (EGO) at the University of North Florida is pleased to announce the call for abstracts for its fall conference, which will be held November 6, 2013. The EGO Conference is a small collection of students and faculty whose desire is to promote graduate student scholarship, as well as to facilitate the professionalization of graduate students within the larger field of English Studies.

EGO welcomes papers, documentaries, or even works in progress from all subjects within the UNF Department of English. Abstracts should be approximately 200 words, and presentations should be no longer than 10 -12 minutes.

Email your submissions to james.beasley@unf.edu no later than Oct 23, 2013. Please remove all identifying markers on the abstract itself, which should be included as a word .doc attachment to your email. We will send confirmations upon the receipt of your proposal.