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Call For Papers

Hi all. I recieved the following CFP that I thought may be of interest to our class.

CFP: Writing Across the Curriculum (3/31/06; MMLA, 11/9/06-11/12/06)

Call for Papers: Writing Across the Curriculum is a permanent section of the
Midwest Modern Language Association. The 48th Annual M/MLA Convention will be
held November 9-12, at The Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, Illinois.
This year’s theme is “Service Learning: Writing for/about the Community.? This
panel invites papers from all disciplines on Writing Across the Curriculum and
encourages proposals from community colleges and online learning institutions in
addition to traditional four-year colleges and universities.

Panel Description:
This panel will explore the various ways that the pedagogy of service learning
and civic engagement are incorporated into English composition courses and
writing courses across disciplines. Through analysis and discussion, we will
examine the relationships between theories and institutional practices and
explore service learning as a framework for discovery, engagement, and
professional development.

Please email a 250-word abstract to Joseph A. Barda (Section Chair) by March 31,
2006.

jbarda@robertmorris.edu
Joseph A. Barda
Curriculum Chair- Humanities and Social Sciences
Robert Morris College
Chicago, Illinois

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Thanks for the post, Lisa! I think I'll apply.

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