2014 Abstract Submission Form About this form: The Abstract Submission Form serves as the basis for the abstract file, which is a PDF file posted on the MMLA website. A link to this file is circulated among convention participants. Who should use this form: Only fill out this form if your paper or presentation has been officially accepted to the 2014 MMLA Convention. This form must be completed by either the panel organizer or the presenter (not both). If you are unsure if your panel organizer has already submitted this form, please contact him/her. Do no use this form if you submitted an Individual Paper Proposal Form. -- Filling out and submitting the online Abstract Submission Form This form cannot be saved and returned to later, so please gather the necessary information before beginning this form. If you navigate away from this page before pushing the "submit" button at the bottom of this page, you will lose your work. 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Please copy and paste them from another source. -- Your Information Note: MMLA staff only use information you provide here to verify we are adding the right abstract to the right place in the program. All program information (chairs, presenter names and school affiliations, paper titles, etc.) comes from the Program Information Form session organizers submit in June. If you are an independent scholar, please write or choose "Independent Scholar" in the School Affiliation and Rank fields below. Rank: ---Graduate StudentInstructorAssistant ProfessorAssociate ProfessorProfessorIndependent ScholarVisiting Faculty Name of panel or session your presentation will be in ---African American LiteratureAfro-Romance Studies: Literature, Race, and HistoryAmerican Dialect SocietyAmerican Literature I: American Literature Before 1870American Literature II: Literature After 1870Animals in Literature and FilmApplied LinguisticsArt What Thou EatAssociation for the Study of Literature and EnvironmentBibliography and Textual StudiesCanadian LiteratureCentral American LiteratureChildren's LiteratureComparative LiteratureCreative Writing I: PoetryCreative Writing II: ProseDigital HumanitiesDramaEnglish I: English Literature Before 1800English II: English Literature 1800-1900English III: English Literature After 1900Fabricating the BodyFestival of LanguageFilm IFilm IIFilm IIIFrench I: pre-Ancien RégimeFrench II: Post Ancien RégimeFrench III: Cultural IssuesGender Studies: MaleGerman Literature and Culture IGerman Literature and Culture II: German Language PoetryGerman Women WritersHenry James SocietyHistory of Critical ReceptionIllustrated TextsInternational Francophone StudiesInternational Harold Pinter SocietyInternational Raymond Carver SocietyIrish StudiesItalianLinguisticsLiterary CriticismLuso-Brazilian StudiesMedia StudiesMedieval Association of the MidwestMezzezah and the Mestizaje, TheMidwest Women's Caucus for the Modern LanguagesModern LiteratureMulticultural Literature in the Classroom: Politics and PedagogyNative American LiteratureOld and Middle English Language and LiteraturePeace Literature and PedagogyPi Delta Phi French National Honor SocietyPopular CultureReligion and LiteratureScience and FictionShakespeare and Shakespearean CriticismShort StorySociety for the Study of Midwestern LiteratureSpanish Cultural StudiesSpanish I: Peninsular Literature Before 1700Spanish II: Peninsular Literature After 1700Spanish III: Latin American LiteratureSpanish IV: Literary Theory and Hispanic CriticismTeaching Graphic NarrativesTeaching Writing in CollegeTravel Writing/Writing TravelWomen in FrenchWomen in LiteratureWomen's StudiesWriting Across the CurriculumYoung Adult Literature If not listed in the drop down menu above, write the panel name below Your Paper or Presentation Title (please do not put your paper title in quotation marks) Your abstract (limited to 500 words) -- Additional Information (optional) -- A confirmation email containing the information provided in this form will be sent to the email you listed above. 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