CSULA Department of English | Events

The English Graduate Student Association at
CSU Los Angeles is happy to announce that the
14th Annual CSU Graduate Student Conference, Significations,
will take place on Saturday, May 9, 2009.

The keynote speaker for the conference will be
Dr. Michael A. North, Professor of English at the
University of California, Los Angeles. Professor
North's keynote address will be given before lunch.

The conference will be held from 8:00am to
5:00pm in the CSULA Student Union. Throughout
the day, CSU graduate students will be
presenting papers on a wide variety of subjects
in the fields of literary and cultural
studies. The cost of attendance is $35 and
includes continental breakfast, lunch, and for
presenters, one copy of the proceedings.  Extra
copies of the proceedings are available for $12

Significations 2009

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Click here for the conference's
registration form for CSULA students

Click here for the conference's
registration form for non-CSULA students

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Click here for a
formatted version of the conference schedule

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Call for Papers

Click here for the conference's
call for papers

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Click here
for a copy of the flyer announcing the conference

About the Speaker

Professor North has written five books,
including The Dialect of
Modernism: Race, Language, and Twentieth-Century
(1994) and Reading 1922: A
Return to the Scene of the Modern

(1999), and is also editor of the Norton
Critical Edition of The Waste Land.
His honors include a UC President's Research
Fellowship and a Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Fellowship. He will be sharing his work from an
upcoming publication, soon to appear in PMLA,
entitled "The Picture of Oscar Wilde: Public
Imagery and the Status of Art."

For more information, call the Cal State L.A. English Department at (323) 343-4140.


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