Re: Foucault Circle - reminder - abstract submission deadline Jan 17

Richard -
where will the papers be published?

William J. King, PhD, MPH
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On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Richard A. Lynch wrote:

> Friends,
> We would like to remind you that the deadline for *abstract* submissions for
> this year's Foucault Circle is quickly approaching. Please be sure to send
> abstracts to dtaylor@xxxxxxx by Friday, January 17. The Call for Papers is
> pasted below.
> Once the program has been set (a couple of weeks after the submission date),
> we'll send it out along with information about lodging, etc. in Cleveland.
> Our apologies if you receive this email multiple times -- it's going to
> several lists.
> Best,
> Diana Taylor and Richard Lynch
> organizers for this year's Circle
> ----------------
> The third annual meetings of the Foucault Circle
> John Carroll University
> University Heights, OH, USA
> February 28-March 2, 2003
> Papers on any aspect of Foucault's work, or studies or applications of
> Foucauldian thinking, are welcome. To be considered for the program, please
> send an ABSTRACT of the paper (1-2 pages), by e-mail. (Please include the
> abstract as a ".doc" attachment to your message.) The program will be
> announced via e-mail, in the last week of January.
> Send abstracts to Dianna Taylor, dtaylor@xxxxxxx by Friday, January 17,
> 2003. Please include "Foucault Circle submission" in the subject heading.
> In past years, our meetings have been held in conjunction with a Spring APA
> (Pacific or Central); this will be our first stand-alone weekend
> conference. It will begin with an informal welcoming reception on Friday
> evening. On Saturday, there will morning and afternoon paper sessions,
> followed by dinner and a business meeting. The conference will conclude
> with a paper session on Sunday morning. Each speaker will have
> approximately 20 minutes for a presentation, followed by 15-20 minutes of
> discussion.
> The conference program, as well as information about lodging and other
> arrangements in Cleveland, will be available by the end of January, 2003.
> For information about the meetings in Cleveland, contact Dianna Taylor,
> dtaylor@xxxxxxx
> For information about the Foucault Circle, contact Richard Lynch,
> lynchr@xxxxxxxxxx

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