[KB] KB Conference Deadline Extended
rountrj at uah.edu
Fri Jan 31 17:30:30 EST 2014
That sounds like a wise extension. Okay, Burkelers, time to jump
aboard if you haven't already done so.
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> On Jan 31, 2014, at 3:39 PM, Paul Lynch <plynch11 at slu.edu> wrote:
> We have received some great proposals for the KB Triennial this summer in
> St. Louis, and it's shaping up to be an exciting conference. We're
> especially pleased with this year's keynotes, Jodie Nicotra and Thomas
> Rickert. See the attached flyer for details on their talks.
> Because several people have asked for extensions, we've shifted the
> submission deadline to *Friday, February 14, 2014.* For the conference
> theme and submission guidelines, go here: http://www.kbjournal.org/kbs14.
> In addition to individual proposals, we are also accepting panel and
> seminar proposals.
> Speaking of seminars, we have three wonderful seminars planned already,
> including 1) The Problem of Substance; 2) Burke and Posthumanism; and 3)
> the Burkean digital archive. The last of these will include discussion of
> some of Burke's connections to St. Louis.
> And if all that doesn't entice you, we're also planning an outing to see
> your St. Louis Cardinals, winner of 11 World Series, take on the Dodgers.
> Then there's the City Museum (http://www.citymuseum.org/site/), the Art
> Museum, History Museum, and Zoo (http://www.mzdstl.org), Forest Park (
> http://www.forestparkforever.org), and, of course, the Gateway Arch (
> Please have your proposals to us by 2/14/14 at kbsconference2014 at gmail.com.
> Any questions, please email me (plynch11 at slu.edu) or Nathaniel (
> nathaniel.rivers at gmail.com).
> Paul Lynch
> Assistant Professor of English
> Saint Louis University
> 3800 Lindell Blvd.
> St. Louis, MO 63108
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