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Category:   E-CFP
Subject:   Computer Studies in Language and Literature Discussion
From:   Don Hardy
Email:   Don.Hardy_(on)_Colostate.edu
Date received:   12 Feb 2004
Deadline:   01 Mar 2004
Start date:   27 Dec 2004

Computing/Theorizing/Communicating How do we, both consciously and unconsciously, shape our tools and vice versa? The Computer Studies in Language and Literature Discussion Group of the Modern Language Association invites papers for the 2004 MLA Conference (Philadelphia, 27-30 Dec) on the subject of the causal relationship between computing tools and research and/or pedagogy. More specifically, we seek papers that explore impacts of computing tools (e.g., databases, text analysis software, multimedia, etc.) on theorizing research, teaching, and communication between language and literature researchers, students, and the wider community. The arenas of application might include, but are not necessarily limited to, literary, composition, rhetoric, film, archival, stylistic, or linguistic studies. We especially hope to encourage the submission of abstracts that recognize and explore the ways in which the tools shape the discipline and/or theory. Abstracts by 1 Mar; Donald E. Hardy (Don.Hardy_(on)_Colostate.edu)

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