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Re: [mythsoc] Second Mankato Tolkien Conference

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  • Daniel Karpouzian
    Do you mind if I make a mirror site of this? Or perhaps blatantly steal content? :) ... Oops--right after I hit send I realized that I d made a mistake in
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 2, 2005
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      Do you mind if I make a mirror site of this? Or perhaps blatantly steal content? :)

      David Lenander <d-lena@...> wrote:
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      Oops--right after I hit "send" I realized that I'd made a mistake in my
      last posting. The Keynote Speaker (I don't think they had a "guest of
      honor") at the 1996 conference was Steve Deyo--whose address was
      "Which Came First--The Mythopoeic Chicken or the Glossopoeic Egg? The
      Role of Invented Languages in the Works of J.R. R. Tolkien."

      I think the only web-page still up is one I put up at
      http://www.tc.umn.edu/~d-lena/TolkConf.html

      The chief organizer was Tim Schindler, who later organized a Tolkien
      conference at the St. Paul, MN University of St. Thomas, in 2001.

      The '96 conference also inspired Bree Moot 3, in '97.

      .


      David Lenander
      d-lena@...
      2095 Hamline Ave. N.
      Roseville, MN 55113
      651-292-8887
      http://www.umn.edu/~d-lena/RIVENDELL.html


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    • Daniel Karpouzian
      Just so you all know - we are going to be publishing the proceedings of this conference as well... I promise I will post a cfp when we have solidified a few
      Message 2 of 3 , Jul 2, 2005
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        Just so you all know - we are going to be publishing the proceedings of this conference as well... I promise I will post a cfp when we have solidified a few more things :)

        David Lenander <d-lena@...> wrote:>
        Oops--right after I hit "send" I realized that I'd made a mistake in my
        last posting. The Keynote Speaker (I don't think they had a "guest of
        honor") at the 1996 conference was Steve Deyo--whose address was
        "Which Came First--The Mythopoeic Chicken or the Glossopoeic Egg? The
        Role of Invented Languages in the Works of J.R. R. Tolkien."

        I think the only web-page still up is one I put up at
        http://www.tc.umn.edu/~d-lena/TolkConf.html

        The chief organizer was Tim Schindler, who later organized a Tolkien
        conference at the St. Paul, MN University of St. Thomas, in 2001.

        The '96 conference also inspired Bree Moot 3, in '97.

        .


        David Lenander
        d-lena@...
        2095 Hamline Ave. N.
        Roseville, MN 55113
        651-292-8887
        http://www.umn.edu/~d-lena/RIVENDELL.html


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