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Society for the Study of Working-Class Literature

Proposals relating to gender, women's literature, and/or feminism
especially welcome. . .


The Society for the Study of Working-Class Literature invites proposals
for our session(s) at the American Literature Association meeting, San
Francisco, May 22-25. This year's subject is Teaching Class Through
(in, by, despite, around) Literature. Please send proposals ASAP, but
no later than 20 January, to Paul Lauter at Trinity College (Hartford)
paul.lauter@trincoll.edu and Christie Launius claunius@aug.edu

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Christie Launius, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English
Director, Women's Studies Program
Augusta State University
2500 Walton Way
Augusta, GA 30904
706 667-4430

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