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  • Berthelot, Anne
    Sorry, Michael, I realize it is horribly late to answer (last day of the semester, at long last!), but I would be interested in WCSU, if this is still a
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 29, 2011
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      Sorry, Michael, I realize it is horribly late to answer (last day of the semester, at long last!), but I would be interested in WCSU, if this is still a possibility.
      Best,
      Anne

      ____________
      Anne Berthelot
      Prof. of French & Medieval Studies
      Associate Head, M&CL Dept
      Co-Chair, French & Francophone Studies
      Graduate Advisor for French
      Modern & Classical Languages Dept
      University of Connecticut
      ARJ 222
      Ph. (860) 486-3173
      Fax (860) 486-4392
      anne.berthelot@...


      On 4/6/11 8:56 PM, "List Moderator, The Society for the Study of Popular Culture and the Middle Ages" <popcultandmiddleages.moderator@...> wrote:






      List members,

      I am finishing up the Society's session proposals for next Kalamazoo.
      Both will be of interest to you. One is a tri-sponsored roundtable on
      recent Arthurian film/TV/electronic games as innovators of new
      Arthurian traditions, and the second is a roundtable (sole-sponsored,
      this time) on medieval-themed comics. Let me know soon if you are
      interested in a spot on either session.

      We will also be soliciting proposals for our annual session on
      "Monstrous Medievalisms" at NEPCA (the New England Popular/American
      Culture Association) to be held this November at Western Connecticut
      State University and our recurrent medieval comics sessions (in honor
      this time of Prince Valiant's 75th anniversary) at PCA next April in
      Boston. Again, let me know soon if you are interested in either.

      Michael
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      Anne, Its not too late for NEPCA. Full details at http://sf-fantasy-legend.blogspot.com/2011/04/area-call-for-papers-2011.html . Michael On Fri, Apr 29, 2011
      Message 2 of 4 , May 7, 2011
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        Anne,

        Its not too late for NEPCA. Full details at
        http://sf-fantasy-legend.blogspot.com/2011/04/area-call-for-papers-2011.html
        .

        Michael



        On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 9:16 PM, Berthelot, Anne
        <anne.berthelot@...>wrote:

        >
        >
        > Sorry, Michael, I realize it is horribly late to answer (last day of the
        > semester, at long last!), but I would be interested in WCSU, if this is
        > still a possibility.
        > Best,
        > Anne
        >
        > ____________
        > Anne Berthelot
        > Prof. of French & Medieval Studies
        > Associate Head, M&CL Dept
        > Co-Chair, French & Francophone Studies
        > Graduate Advisor for French
        > Modern & Classical Languages Dept
        > University of Connecticut
        > ARJ 222
        > Ph. (860) 486-3173
        > Fax (860) 486-4392
        > anne.berthelot@...
        >
        >
        > On 4/6/11 8:56 PM, "List Moderator, The Society for the Study of Popular
        > Culture and the Middle Ages" <popcultandmiddleages.moderator@...>
        > wrote:
        >
        > List members,
        >
        > I am finishing up the Society's session proposals for next Kalamazoo.
        > Both will be of interest to you. One is a tri-sponsored roundtable on
        > recent Arthurian film/TV/electronic games as innovators of new
        > Arthurian traditions, and the second is a roundtable (sole-sponsored,
        > this time) on medieval-themed comics. Let me know soon if you are
        > interested in a spot on either session.
        >
        > We will also be soliciting proposals for our annual session on
        > "Monstrous Medievalisms" at NEPCA (the New England Popular/American
        > Culture Association) to be held this November at Western Connecticut
        > State University and our recurrent medieval comics sessions (in honor
        > this time of Prince Valiant's 75th anniversary) at PCA next April in
        > Boston. Again, let me know soon if you are interested in either.
        >
        > Michael
        >
        >
        >



        --
        Michael A. Torregrossa, Listserv Moderator/ Blog Editor
        The Virtual Society for the Study of Popular Culture and the Middle Ages
        Michael A Torregrossa and Carl James Grindley, Co-Founders
        http://PopularCultureandtheMiddleAges.org


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      • Berthelot, Anne
        Thanks, Michael. I think I will definitely submit a proposal...after I come back from Kalamazoo and am settled in France for the summer. Best, Anne On 5/8/11
        Message 3 of 4 , May 10, 2011
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          Thanks, Michael. I think I will definitely submit a proposal...after I come
          back from Kalamazoo and am settled in France for the summer.
          Best,
          Anne


          On 5/8/11 1:47 AM, "List Moderator, The Society for the Study of Popular
          Culture and the Middle Ages" <popcultandmiddleages.moderator@...>
          wrote:

          > Anne,
          >
          > Its not too late for NEPCA. Full details at
          > http://sf-fantasy-legend.blogspot.com/2011/04/area-call-for-papers-2011.html
          > .
          >
          > Michael
          >
          >
          >
          > On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 9:16 PM, Berthelot, Anne
          > <anne.berthelot@...>wrote:
          >
          >>
          >>
          >> Sorry, Michael, I realize it is horribly late to answer (last day of the
          >> semester, at long last!), but I would be interested in WCSU, if this is
          >> still a possibility.
          >> Best,
          >> Anne
          >>
          >> ____________
          >> Anne Berthelot
          >> Prof. of French & Medieval Studies
          >> Associate Head, M&CL Dept
          >> Co-Chair, French & Francophone Studies
          >> Graduate Advisor for French
          >> Modern & Classical Languages Dept
          >> University of Connecticut
          >> ARJ 222
          >> Ph. (860) 486-3173
          >> Fax (860) 486-4392
          >> anne.berthelot@...
          >>
          >>
          >> On 4/6/11 8:56 PM, "List Moderator, The Society for the Study of Popular
          >> Culture and the Middle Ages" <popcultandmiddleages.moderator@...>
          >> wrote:
          >>
          >> List members,
          >>
          >> I am finishing up the Society's session proposals for next Kalamazoo.
          >> Both will be of interest to you. One is a tri-sponsored roundtable on
          >> recent Arthurian film/TV/electronic games as innovators of new
          >> Arthurian traditions, and the second is a roundtable (sole-sponsored,
          >> this time) on medieval-themed comics. Let me know soon if you are
          >> interested in a spot on either session.
          >>
          >> We will also be soliciting proposals for our annual session on
          >> "Monstrous Medievalisms" at NEPCA (the New England Popular/American
          >> Culture Association) to be held this November at Western Connecticut
          >> State University and our recurrent medieval comics sessions (in honor
          >> this time of Prince Valiant's 75th anniversary) at PCA next April in
          >> Boston. Again, let me know soon if you are interested in either.
          >>
          >> Michael
          >>
          >>
          >>
          >
          >

          ____________
          Anne Berthelot
          Prof. of French & Medieval Studies
          Associate Head, M&CL Dept
          Co-Chair, French & Francophone Studies
          Graduate Advisor for French
          Modern & Classical Languages Dept
          University of Connecticut
          ARJ 222
          Ph. (860) 486-3173
          Fax (860) 486-4392
          anne.berthelot@...
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