The other 3 times came out as garbage for the rest of us.
That is why she sent it so many times!
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Subject: Re: Call for Papers Deadline February 28--SCMLA Mark Twain's Moving Words: The Travels, Texts, and Talks of the Authentic American Author
Please STOP sending this notice. We have received it 4 times!
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On Fri, Feb 10, 2017 at 1:34 PM, Richey, Ms. Carolyn L <[log in to unmask]>
> Forum Members,
> I sent this out several weeks ago, but want to resend it because the
> deadli= ne is approaching. I look forward to hearing from you. (Also
> sorry for al= l the gibberish before!)
> Once again I am organizing a special session on Mark Twain at the annual
> uth Central Modern Language Association (SCMLA) Conference, Oct. 5-8,
> The theme for the conference is "Moving Words: Migrations, Translations,
> and Transformations" and will be held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at The
> e Tulsa. I am organizing this special session because the SCMLA has no
> ular session on Mark Twain and I hope to ultimately establish a regular
> el. Please submit abstracts to me by February 28, 2017. The panel
> tion follows:
> Mark Twain's Moving Words: The Travels, Texts, and Talks of the Authentic
> American Author
> Mark Twain's career as a writer and speaker embodies this conference's
> e of "Moving Words: Migrations, Translations, and Transformations."
> ing his career as a travel writer, he shared his adventures with the
> As he developed as an author and gained notoriety, Twain transformed the
> merican style of writing to one that reflects the uniquely American
> nce. Finally, through his lectures and travels across America and Europe,
> he translated the American experience to the world, thus providing an
> pretation of what it was and is to be an American. This panel encourages
> apers on the various aspects of his career as a writer and lecturer.
> Carolyn Leutzinger Richey
> Tarleton State University
> Department of English and Languages
> Office: OAG334
> Box T-0-300
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