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Re: co-chairing a Special Exploratory Group ... would love mythopoetic abstrcts

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  • Lezlie
    Great-- there is a description of what art-informed inquiry is in the call--- I can send some published refs. off-list. Love to have you. Lezlie
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      Great-- there is a description of what art-informed inquiry is in the
      call--- I can send some published refs. off-list. Love to have you.
      Lezlie


      --- In mythsoc@yahoogroups.com, David Bratman <dbratman@...> wrote:
      >
      > Sounds fascinating, and if I had the slightest idea what "Systems
      > Approaches in Arts-Informed Inquiry" actually means, I would consider
      > thinking over whether I had any Tolkien-related thoughts on the subject.
      > As it is I've forwarded the call for papers to someone who might.
      >
      > - David Bratman
      >
      >
      > At 03:44 PM 3/21/2006 +0000, Lezlie wrote:
      > >I am co-chairing a Special Exploratory Group at the
      > >
      > >Sonoma 2006: The 50th Annual Meeting of the International Society for
      > >the Systems Sciences Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park,
      > >California, USA July 9th - 14th 2006
      > >http://www.isss.org/conferences/sonoma2006/
      > >
      > >Abstracts are being reviewed RIGHT NOW -- although the deadline is
      > >upon us -- It is called (with link to guidelines):
      > >
      > >19.1 Systems Approaches in Arts-Informed Inquiry
      > >Exploratory Group Chairs: Lezlie Kinyon, Ph.D & Bela A. Banathy Ph.D.
      > >isss06lezlie@...
      > >babanathy@...
      > >http://projects.isss.org/Main/Sonoma2006CallsForPapers
      > >
      > >I would ***love to review*** (and, accept) a paper on Tolkien, CS
      > >Lewis or another topic relating to mythopoetics. This will be a major
      > >conference. The is also an award for a student presentation that is
      > >quite prestigious and and monetary:
      > >http://projects.isss.org/Main/VickersAward for guidelines.
      >
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