Thanks for beginning this conversation. I'm also willing to help fill
form, but you're right-- we'd be better off with a title and a speaker's
The overall conference theme is" Re-writing "Theme for English B":
Possibilities", and the website is here:
It looks like what we'd need for names to appear in the program is full
institutions, home addresses, home/work phone numbers, fax and e-mail.
addition, we'd need session titles and a very brief description of the
In the past, when submitting the proposal, we've always said something
general about Canadians meeting and talking about their research and
If we we get more specific and include speakers, here's the description
what goes into the body of the proposal:
CCCC 2003 Call for Proposals
Due by 11:59 P.M., April 22, 2002 (midnight Monday night/Tuesday
Part B: Session Descriptions
READ and follow all directions. Starred items (*) are required.
*Descriptions. Briefly describe the focus and purpose of the proposed
For Workshop, SIG, or Caucus, please also specify meeting day and space
needs. Each proposal may use a total of no more than 500 words in a
font no smaller than 10 point to describe the session topic and each
speaker's presentation. Do not
refer to speakers by name. Rather, identify separate presentations by
#1" and the title of the presentation. Use the corresponding
number from above.
We'd better get to work on this now if we want to have space and time to
and talk in New York.
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