2012 Zeta Tau Literary Conference Marginalized, Monsters, and Minorities
March 31, 2012
Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA
Keynote Speaker: Karen Swallow Prior, Ph.D.
In recent years, literary scholarship has been increasingly concerned with the other, the outsider, the oppressed and subjugated. In this local conference, Zeta Tau aims to consider the significance of this theme within a variety of literary contexts--reading, writing, and cultural productions.
Through plenary addresses, participant presentations of critical and creative (poetry/prose) work, and panel discussions, the Liberty University Zeta Tau Marginalized, Monsters, and Minorities conference will explore this topic in greater depth. Registration is $10 for presenters and LU faculty and students, $15 for non-presenters.
The deadline for presenter registration is Friday, March 10th. Non-presenters have until March 24th. Use the form below to sign-up. Complete this registration, save the updated file, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 10th (for presenters) or March 24th (for non-presenters). Payment will be requested at check-in, but should you order a box lunch, payment must be made by March 10th (see registration form for mailing address).
See also below for speaker bios, titles of their talks, accepted presentations, and a general schedule for the day.