Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 16, No. 487.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 07:19:30 +0000
From: Vika Zafrin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: CFP Electronic Theory and Criticism - MLA 2003
***CALL FOR PAPERS -- MLA 2003 (http://www.mla.org)***
27-30 December 2003, San Diego, CA
---Electronic Theory and Criticism---
Session sponsored by the Association for Computers and the Humanities
This session will focus on humanistic critical and theoretical exposition
composed in and for various forms of the electronic medium. Submissions
are invited on any related topic. The following are merely some examples:
- semantic encoding as critical exposition;
- audience, and readability with regard to scholarly hypermedia;
- the role of interface in critical electronic exposition;
- reception of critical electronic exposition.
The list above is meant to trigger new ideas and is in no way complete.
Abstracts should be no longer than 500 words; completed papers are also
acceptable. Participants in all sessions must be listed on the membership
rolls by 7 April or have been granted a waiver of membership. By
submitting a proposal you agree to travel to San Diego for the convention
in the event that your submission is accepted. Unfortunately, we are
unable to provide travel funding; however, MLA does have some financial
assistance available on a year-to-year basis. Please see the MLA Web site
for more details.
Please use plain text, RTF, MS Word or PDF format. The deadline is 3 March
2003. Submissions and any questions should be e-mailed to
email@example.com. Please pass on this Call For Papers as you deem
--- firstname.lastname@example.org blog: http://www.livejournal.com/~hyperlit/ own: http://www.wordsend.org work: http://www.brown.edu/decameron/
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