Ryerson University

Attention scholars, students & artist


Call for Papers for the Second Annual Literatures of Modernity Symposium

Where: Ryerson University
When: March 28, 2011

Submission Guidelines: Submit an abstract of 500 words plus works cited, along with a short biographical sketch in Word or as an RTF. For creative submissions, include low-resolutions scans or send us links.

For queries and submissions:
modernity@english.ryerson.ca

Deadline for submissions: Feb 5, 2011

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