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Date: 26-Dec-2011
From: Alexander Steffanell [asteffanell at leeuniversity.edu]
Subject: Undergraduate Colloquium on Latin American and Iberian Studies


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Date: Wed, 04 Jan 2012 13:49:21
From: Alexander Steffanell [asteffanell at leeuniversity.edu]
Subject: Undergraduate Colloquium on Latin American and Iberian Studies

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Full Title: Undergraduate Colloquium on Latin American and Iberian Studies 

Date: 30-Mar-2012 - 31-Mar-2012
Location: Cleveland, TN, USA 
Contact Person: Dr. Alexander Steffanell
Meeting Email: asteffanell at leeuniversity.edu

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 16-Feb-2012 

Meeting Description:

The Department of English and Modern Foreign Languages is extending invitation to its 1st Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Latin American and Iberian Studies. This will take place on March 30-31, 2012 on the Lee University campus in Cleveland, TN. 

Call for Papers:

The colloquium focuses primarily on the language, literature and culture of Latin American and Iberian, but interdisciplinary submissions will also be accepted from related areas including Service Learning and Cross-Cultural Experiences. 

Please send a one-page abstract of approximately 250 words as an MS-Word document that clearly identifies the aim(s) of the paper, the rationale of the study, and finding (if applicable). Since we recognize that not all papers will be completed by February, 'work in progress' will be accepted. Send the proposal/abstract via email to asteffanell at leeuniversity.edu by February 16, 2012. Include your name, institutional affiliation, and email address as well as a brief biography and any kind of technology needed. All presentations will have a 10-12 minute limit. 

Abstracts and papers may be submitted in English or in Spanish. Since our goal is to bring undergraduate students and faculty together, papers co-authored by undergraduate students and faculty advisors will be considered.





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