Event Nov 09

Abstract Jun 20

Emigration, Immigration, Empire, Exile: Women's Voices and Their Rhetorical Forms (SAMLA 2012)

Event: 11/09/2012 - 11/11/2012
Abstract: 06/20/2012
Categories: Gender & Sexuality, Genre & Form, Adventure & Travel Writing, Narratology, Rhetoric & Composition, Women's Studies
Location: Durham, NC
Organization: SAMLA Convention

Proposal Submission: Please send a 350-500 word proposal, including a proposed title to: Annette Sisson, Belmont University, annette.sisson@belmont.edu OR, if you prefer to send it through the post, Wheeler Humanities Bldg. 200, Dept. of English, Belmont University, 1900 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN 37212-375

Topic Description: Proposals might address historical writers or contemporary writers of any nationality. The writers do not necessarily have to be female—though women writers are welcome—but the writers under discussion must represent (a) female voice(s)/character(s)/figure(s). Direct attention to how the manner of the writing, rhetorically, relates to the matter at hand (emigration, immigration, empire, and/or exile), as well as to the imagined/intended audience, is of particular interest.

Contact Email: annette.sisson@belmont.edu