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Organizers: Glyn Salton-Cox and Naoki Yamamoto, UCSB
Abstracts are invited for three panels in pre-14th century Chinese literature at the 2019 MLA meeting in Chicago (Jan 3-6). The first two panels listed below are sponsored by the MLA Forum in pre-14th century Chinese literature; the third will be proposed as a special session. Please submit 250-word abstracts for any of the three panels by March 7.
Teaching Classical Chinese Literary, Philosophical, and Cultural Texts
In keeping with the 2019 MLA Presidential Theme "Textual Transactions", this special session for the 2019 MLA Annual Convention in Chicago, Jan 3-6, is looking for papers discussing the transactional nature of adaptations, between author, actor, and audience, from the seventeenth century to today.
Journal of the Jackson Purchase Historical Society
Call for Manuscripts