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  • S E V E N T Y - S E V E N T H A N N U A L C O N V E N T I O N

    of the COLLEGE LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION

    April 5-8 , 2017 Columbia, Missouri

    C A L L F O RA B S T R A C T S LiteraturesLanguagesin

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    andinterdisciplinARYStudies

    HUMANITIES AND DIGITAL HUMANITIES: TOWARD A NEW ERA TO INTERPRET AND TEACH LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES

    INTERPRETING CULTURAL PRODUCTIONS BEYOND CULTURAL AND LITERARY THEORY AND CRITICISM

    POSTCOLONIALISM, DE-COLONIALITY, AFRO-DECOLONIALITY, AFRO-EPISTEMOLOGY, AFRICANA CRITICAL THEORY: THEORIES OF LIBERATION

    AFRO-LATIN AMERICAN DE-COLONIALITY THROUGH LANGUAGES, LITERATURES, AND FILMS

    AFRICAN/DIASPORA DE-COLONIALITY THROUGH SELF-REPRESENTATIONS IN MANUALS, MUSIC, FILMS, ART, LANGUAGES, LITERATURES

    FROM FRANCE TO FRANCOPHONIE: DIVERSITY IN LANGUAGES, LITERATURES, AND FILMS AFRO-GERMAN TEXTS FOR THE BEGINNING, INTERMEDIATE, AND ADVANCED GERMAN-LANGUAGE CLASSROOM AFRO-GERMAN STUDIES: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT DIVERSITY IN THE AFRICAN/DIASPORA IMMIGRANT WORKS: LATIN AMERICA, CARIBBEAN, EUROPE, U.S. DIALOGUES BETWEEN LATIN AMERICA/CARIBBEAN AND THE U.S.-- CROSS APPROACHES OF THE BLACK ATLANTIC THROUGH NICOLS GUILLN AND LANGSTON HUGHES APPROACHES TO THE WORKS OF JAMAICA KINCAID AND DAVID MILLS

    Send Individual and Panel Proposals to: Send Individual and Panel Proposals to: Send Individual and Panel Proposals to: Send Individual and Panel Proposals to: Dr. Jervette Ward ( E N G L I S H A R E A R E P R E S E N T A T I V E )

    E n g l i s h r e p@c l a s c h o l a r s . o r g

    Dr. Matthew Pettway ( F O R E I G N L A N G U A G E S A r e a R E P R E S E N T A T I V E )F o r e i g n r e p@c l a s c h o l a r s . o r g

    Send Special Session Proposals to:( F o r A l l i e d O r g a n i z a t i o n s l i s t e d b e l o w a n d C L A S t a n d i n g C o m m i t t e e s O N L Y )

    Dr. Donna Akiba Sullivan HarperV i c e p r e s i d e n t@c l a s c h o l a r s . o r g

    Deadline S e p t e m b e r 1 5 , 2 0 1 6

    Convention Location Convention Location

    Host InstitutionHost Institution UNIVERSITY of MISSOURI Columbia, MO

    STONEY CREEK HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER 2601 South Providence Road, Columbia, MO 65203CLA Convention rates: (THROUGH MARCH 8, 2017) Deluxe King: $89 | Double: $89 | Expanded Queen: $89 | Expanded Bunk Bed: $125ONLINE RESERVATIONS: www.StoneyCreekHotels.com | 1 (800) 659-2220 toll free, or 1 (573) 442-6400 | Fax: 1 (573) 219-5116

    MEMBERSHIP FEES CONVENTION FEES

    The College Language Association, founded in 1937 by a group of Black scholars and educators, is an organization of college teachers of English and foreign languages, which serves the academic, scholarly, and professional interests of its members and the collegiate communities they represent. Since 1957 the Association has published the , a quarterly publication featuring scholarly research and reviews of books in the areas of language, literature, linguistics, and pedagogy.

    ALLIED ORGANIZATIONS

    The Langston Hughes SocietyThe Middle Atlantic Writers AssociationThe Zora Neale Hurston SocietyThe Richard Wright CircleThe Charles W. Chesnutt AssociationThe Alice Childress SocietyThe Georgiana Simpson SocietySouth Atlantic Modern Language Association

    (January 1st - December 31st) (includes banquet)Individual $90Student $55Life $1000Retiree $55Institutional $200

    PRE-REGISTRATION $140Students/Retirees $125

    ON-SITE REGISTRATION $160Students/Retirees $145

    Pay online at www.clascholars.org OR mail all fees to:Elizabeth J. West, Treasurer, P.O. Box 453, Stone Mountain, GA 30086Email: Treasurer@clascholars..orgMEMBERSHIP DUES SHOULD BE PAID BY FEBRUARY 1, 2017 FOR PARTICIPANTS NAMES TO APPEAR ON THE PROGRAM.

    COLLEGE LANGUAGE ASSOCIATIONwww.clascholars.org

    2017 Banquet SpeakerJ a m a i c a K i n c a i d , w r i t e r

    2017 Langston Hughes Society Luncheon SpeakerD a v i d M i l l s , p o e t / d r a m a t i s t

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