A primary subject area and an optional secondary subject area (choices include current Areas of Inquiry as well as Canadian, Classics, Slavic, non-European languages, Rhetoric & Composition, and Interdisciplinary Humanities)
The name of your co-chair (optional)
An abstract, including a statement of the significance of the proposed session (200 to 300 words)
A short one- to two-sentence description (no more than 100 words) to appear in the online call for papers at CFP List and in the NeMLA Summer Newsletter. Do not include the session title, deadline, any contact information, or length of abstracts. You may list the preferred language for abstracts.
Additional comments (optional; will not be published in CFP List and are visible to only chairs and NeMLA staff)
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