CAROLINAS SYMPOSIUM ON BRITISH STUDIES
CALL FOR PAPERS
The nineteenth annual Carolinas Symposium on British Studies will be at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, on 17 and 18 October 1992. The symposium is an annual forum for exchange of ideas relating to all aspects of British studies, including literature, history, art, architecture, government, pedagogy, dance, and music. While the symposium is regionally based in the Southeast, participants are welcome from all parts of the country. The program committee invites proposals for individual papers, full sessions, and panel discussions. All papers are to take no more than 20 minutes; full sessions are to have either a chairperson and three papers, or a chairperson, two papers, and a commentator. Please mail all proposals or papers by 15 April 1992 to Elgin W. Mellown, English Department, Duke University, Durham NC 22706. All who submit proposals will be notified of the decision of the program committee by early June. The symposium also invites submissions for the Student Session from both graduate and undergraduates. Those interested should write by June 1992 to Sophia Blaydes, English Department, West Virginia University, Morgantown WV 26506.