Hey there Edith and Ellie:
Jessica and I submitted our paper and panel topics for Tolkien 2005
to Andrew McMurray and Bob Davis, and have been added to the list of
participating societies--would you like me to send you the abstracts
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Edith.Crowe@s... wrote:
> Since we have only gotten two responses to this so far, Ellie & I
> a repeat post might be in order. Those of you who belong to groups
> mailing lists that would be interested, please feel free to post.
> do (or if you already have) posted this elsewhere, please let us
> where. If you plan to submit an abstract but just haven't gotten
> it, that would be nice to know also.
> CALL FOR PAPERS
> Mythcon XXXVI at Tolkien 2005: The Ring Goes Ever On
> Mythcon XXXVI will take place at Tolkien 2005: The Ring Goes Ever
> (www.tolkiensociety.org/2005/about.html), a worldwide gathering of
> readers and enthusiasts, students of Tolkien's writings and
> responding to those writings, performers, actors and adapters;
> and curators; bibliographers and philologists; established
> researchers and creative writers; journalists, publishers,
> commentators and film-makers. Tolkien 2005/Mythcon XXXVI will be
> University in Birmingham, England, from August 11-15, 2005.
> The Mythopoeic Society, as a participating organization in the
> 2005: The Ring Goes Ever On conference, encourages submissions
> for a variety of audiences: academic and literary critical
> are welcome, as are responses aimed more broadly at the wide
> Tolkien readers and filmgoers. Contributions should combine sound
> scholarship with accessibility.
> The Mythopoeic Society invites paper and panel proposals for our
> program tracks during the conference, especially papers on Tolkien
> other Inklings, authors responding to Tolkien, and Tolkien and
> fantasy literature. More general Tolkien topics will also be
> Individual papers should be suitable for oral presentation within
> minutes. Panels should include three/four presenters in a time
> 75-90 minutes. Papers chosen for presentation at the conference
> submitted to Mythlore (www.mythsoc.org/mythlore.html), the
> journal of the Mythopoeic Society, for consideration for
> submissions to Mythlore must conform to the MLA Style Manual (2nd
> Paper abstracts (250 word maximum), along with contact
> be sent to the Papers Coordinators (e-mail is preferred) by 31
> 2005. Please include your AV requests and the projected time
> your presentation.
> Edith Crowe and Eleanor Farrell, Mythcon 36 Papers Coordinators
> The Mythopoeic Society
> P.O. Box 320486
> San Francisco, CA 94132-0486
> E-mail: Edith.Crowe@s...
> Edith L. Crowe
> Art & Humanities Librarian & Coordinator of Graduate Instruction
> San Jose State University Library
> (408) 808-2037 | edith.crowe@s...
> Corresponding Secretary of the Mythopoeic Society
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