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> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Thu, 3 Aug 2000 16:54:39 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Thomas Akbari <akbari@eden.rutgers.edu>
> To: chtodel@humanitas.ucsb.edu;
> Subject: Notice of Teaching Literature Conference, 3/24/01
>
>

>
> We'd like to bring the Teaching Literature Conference to the attention of
> the International Vladimir Nabokov Society. The conference will be a
forum,
> sponsored by the Teaching Literature Group at Rutgers University, New
> Brunswick, for ideas concerning the teaching of literature in colleges and
> universities. It will occur 24 March 2001 on the Rutgers campus. The
> deadline for proposals is 15 October. A full call for papers is below.
>
> If possible, could you pass on this notice, post it on your group's
> website, or perhaps link to ours <http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~teachlit>?
> Thank you for your consideration.
>
> Yours sincerely,
>
> Thomas Akbari
> Teaching Literature Group
> Department of English
> Rutgers University
> 510 George Street
> New Brunswick, NK 08901-1167
>
> teachlit@rci.rutgers.edu
> http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~teachlit
>
>
> TEACHING LITERATURE CONFERENCE
>
> organized by the Teaching Literature Group at
> Rutgers University
> New Brunswick, NJ
>
> Saturday, 24 March 2001
>
> CALL FOR PAPERS
> Proposals due 15 October 2000
>
> We invite submissions to an open forum of ideas and methods in the
teaching
> of literature.
>
> Possible topics:
> genre period seminars survey classes technology
> translated texts foreign language teaching majors or non-majors
> theory teaching a thematically-based literature course
> teaching literature at different types of institutions
> using film, music, visual arts, or non-literary texts
> graduate student training for teaching literature
> teaching literature in humanities departments
>
> Submit a paper, two-page abstract or proposal for a panel, presentation,
> 10- to 15-minute class, workshop, roundtable, or other creative method for
> modeling effective teaching practices.
>
> mail to:
>
> Teaching Literature Conference
> Department of English
> 510 George Street
> Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
> New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1167
>
> or email to:
>
> teachlit@rci.rutgers.edu
>
> Check for continuing developments and more specific details at:
> http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~teachlit
>
>
>