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CASLL-L November 1996

Subject:

Canadian Women's Studies at Learneds in St. John's (fwd)

From:

Phyllis Artiss <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 20 Nov 1996 17:16:03 -0330

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Hope some of you will be able to make it to CWSA June 7-9, usually a good
time of year to see whales, icebergs, puffins and perhaps even some spring
weather.  The overall theme of next year's Learneds is _Communications_,
and the theme chosen by the Humanities and Social Sciences Federation of
Canada (HSSFC) for featured speakers, interdisciplinary events and so
forth is _Literacies /Communication: The 21st Century_.  Some funding is
available from HSSFC for joint sessions: let me know if you have any
suggestions.  Here is the information that went out to CWSA members.

CANADIAN WOMEN'S STUDIES ASSOCIATION

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS AND PAPERS for the CWSA Annual Conference in
conjunction with the Learned Societies Memorial University of
Newfoundland, June 7-9, 1997

Literacies and Communication across Difference: Rewriting Women's Studies
for the Millennium

The challenges facing women's studies have never been greater, as we
struggle to maintain the ground we have won, to build stronger links among
the diverse group of women who support the work of our organization, and
to travel beyond where we have already been.  Memorial University invites
you to the far eastern rim of the continent to share, celebrate and
interrogate our triumphs and aspirations, and to continue the ongoing work
of women's studies.  The organizing committee invites proposals for
individual or group presentations, in English or French, from students,
faculty, independent researchers, activists, performers, community groups,
government agencies, retirees, and others interested in issues that
concern women.

In addition to traditional academic papers, we welcome workshops,
roundtable discussions, and presentations featuring film, drama, music,
posters, visual arts and more.  We want the sessions to reflect the
richness and complexity of women's studies, not only as an academic
discipline, but also as political engagement, as empowerment and as a way
to explore new territory and new forms of discourse.  We urge you to
submit proposals that relate in some way to the conference theme, but
other topics are also welcome.

Please complete the forms below and return to:
Phyllis Artiss, Program Chair, CWSA Conference (Learneds)
Department of English
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, Newfoundland  A1C 5S7
Phone: (709) 737-8050 (office)  (709) 737-8277(messages) FAX (709) 737-4528
email: [log in to unmask]


The committee also welcomes recommendations for special sessions, such as
book launches, joint speakers with other sessions, keynote speakers,
performers. . . especially if accompanied by suggestions for sources of
funding.  Please contact Phyllis or one of the other members of the
organizing committee as soon as possible with such suggestions. The other
committee members are

Janice Lockyer,  Women's Studies
Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland A1C 5S7
email: [log in to unmask]

Diane Tye,  Department of Folklore
Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland A1C 5S7
email: [log in to unmask]

DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1996

CWSA CONFERENCE PROPOSAL FORM

NAME:

MAILING ADDRESS:
City:                         Province:                Postal code:
Telephone(residence):         (office):
email:                        FAX:

Indicate with a check (v) which category is appropriate:
Student__  Faculty member__  Independent researcher__
Retired__  Other (please specify)__

Institutional affiliation (if appropriate):_________________


TITLE OF PRESENTATION:


Check the appropriate category:  Formal Paper__ Workshop__ Roundtable
discussion__ Performance___ Other (please specify)___________________



Are you proposing this presentation part of session that will include
other presenters? Yes__ No__.  If Yes, have you received the approval of
other presenters? Yes__ No__.  If Yes, please list the names and addresses
of the other presenters below.  If you have arranged additional
participants, such as respondent or chair, please provide their names as
well, the role of each participant, and the amount of time requested for
each presentation and the overall session.

1.  Describe in 100 words or less your presentation OR that of the entire
session in which you will appear OR both.

2. Provide a brief biography (no more than 100 words) of each presenter.
_________

If possible, submit the descriptions of your presentation and session,
as well as your biography on disk in WP5.1 or WP6.1.


PLEASE NOTE

ALL THOSE WHO GIVE PRESENTATIONS AT THE CWSA CONFERENCE ARE
EXPECTED TO REGISTER FOR THE LEARNEDS (fee structure below) AND TO BE PAID-UP
MEMBERS OF CWSA (Students or unpaid $10.00; others $35.00).

The following associations are among those holding their sessions
concurrently with CWSA this year June 7-9.  Please consider joint
proposals for speakers and other sessions.  In these times of reduced
budgets this is a good way to fund special events.
     -Lesbian & Gay Studies
     -Oral History
     -Environmental Studies
     -Rural Studies
     -Future Studies
     -Law and Society
     -International Development
     -Adult Education
     -Law and Economics
     -Canadian Studies
     -Communication
     -Human Values
     -Asian Studies
     -History of Medicine
     -Socialist Studies
     -Population
     -Political Science
     -Peace Research
     -Home Economics
     -History
     -Folklore
     -Economics

HOW CAN I REGISTER FOR THE LEARNEDS?

This year, in order to save money and environmental damage, ONLY THOSE WHO
REQUEST A CONFERENCE REGISTRATION PACKAGE will receive one. In that
package you will find detailed information about registration procedures,
travel and all other matters relating to the Learneds meetings.

To order your Conference Registration Package you have the following  options:
Phone: (709) 737-4360
FAX: (709) 737-4449
email: [log in to unmask]
WWW:http://www.mun.ca/learneds/

Mailing Address:
          Learneds Societies Secretariat
          Spencer Hall, 2nd Floor
          Memorial University of Newfoundland
          St. John's NF, A1C 5S7

LEARNEDS REGISTRATION FEES:
Early Registration Fee (Before March 17, 1997): $80.00
Regular Registration Fee (After March 17, 1997): $130.OO
Retired, Students, Unwaged (proof of status required): $35.00



HOW CAN I BOOK ACCOMMODATIONS?

Full information is included in the Conference Registration Package.  In
the meantime, you might want to make your bookings immediately, since the
CWSA conference dates (June 7 to 9) come at the busiest time for the
Learneds, and we are warned that the city is filling up fast because of
the Cabot 500 celebrations.  If you want accommodation on campus, contact

                    Conference Office
                    Room 315, Hatcher House
                    Memorial University of Newfoundland
                    St. John's NF A1B 3P7.

phone: (709) 737 4003
FAX: (709) 737 3520
email: [log in to unmask]

Rates (breakfast included): Single $45.55  Double $74.30
______

We don't have space here to list all the options for off-campus
accommodations, but you might check out the following:

1.  Battery Hotel, 100 Signal Hill Road, with spectacular views of city
and harbour and great cliffside walks at your door, 15 mins. drive from
Memorial, $95 single or double, phone 1-800-563-8181.

2.  Holiday Inn, your usual HI, the main advantage being that it's about
20 mins pleasant walk from MUN (or you can make that a 45 min. walk by
detouring around a pond), $100 single or double, phone (709) 722-0506.

3.  Delta Hotel and Conference Center, in the heart of downtown
shopping, night life and tourist spots, 5 mins. walk from harbour front,
15 min. drive from MUN, $130 single, $145 double, phone (709) 739-6404.

Please make your own arrangements for accommodations and Learneds
registration.  If you run into difficulties, we'd be grateful if you'd try
to get help first of all through the Learneds Secretariat.

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