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Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry Seventh Biennial Conference
"Popular Poetry and its Influence in High and Low Culture"

Thursday, November 10, 2005
Doubletree Hotel, Coconut Grove
Conference Theme: "Popular Poetry and its Influence in High and Low Culture" Keynote Speaker Dr. Antonio Carreño, W. Duncan MacMillan Family Professor in the Humanities, Department of Hispanic Studies, Brown University All participants must also be members of the SRBHP (includes subscription to the journal Caliope). Abstracts: Please submit abstract and one-page CV by August 31, 2005.
MARCH 2006

The 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium
“Situating French / Situer le français”

Thursday, March 30, 2006
University of Miami
Papers may be given in either English or French. Presentations will be selected for inclusion in the conference program on the basis of merit. All submissions must contain the following information for all proposed speakers. • Name • Affiliation • E-mail address • Mailing address, phone, and fax number • Title of paper or presentation • Brief description/summary of paper or presentation (250-500 words)Possible Topics: • French and Francophone geographies • Situating the subject • Francophone literary migrations • French and the Americas • Post-Colonial French literatures, cultures, discourses • Migrations, Immigrations, Diasporas • Hybridities, Métissages • Situating gender • France-Africa interfaces • Computer sites • « Foreigners » writing in French; étrangers au français/étrangeté du français • Creole and créolisation • Les lieux de mémoire • Transformations of French narrative, poetry, theatre • Frontiers of representation • Interlingual intertexts • Situating the canon Proposers of panels and other sessions must provide the above information for each paper, together with their own contact details and a brief description/summary (250-500 words) of the overall rationale for the proposed panel or session. Deadline for submission: 1 October 2005. Proposals and enquiries should be addressed to: Dr. David Ellison University of Miami Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures P.O. Box 248093 Coral Gables, FL 33124-4650 Telephone: 305-284-4858, ext. 8-7226 Fax: 305-284-2068 E-mail: dre@miami.edu The preferred method of communication is e-mail. Be sure to include your e-mail address when contacting the conference organizer so that you may be alerted to any program updates.
Information updates will be posted regularly on the conference website: http://www.fll.miami.edu/fll/20thconf/index.htm