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Please, can anyone help?
Dept. of History
Wilbur (Bill) Meneray
Jeff James (emeritus)
Hermann Freudenberger (emeritus)
Reginald Spann (grad student)
Pamela Smith (Tulane history secretary)
Darlene Oliver (Hebert Hall custodian)
Teresa Toulouse (English/American Studies)
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The extended submission deadline of September 15, 2005, is rapidly approaching. As a reminder, the Third Annual Conference of the Louisiana Consortium of Medieval and Renaissance Scholars (see link below in my signature) will be held at Northwestern State University in historic Natchitoches on Friday and Saturday, 21-22 October. This is the final notice of the call for papers. Please send your abstract of not more than 300 words to:
Dr. Jean D’Amato
Louisiana Scholars’ College
Northwestern State University
Natchitoches, LA 71497
Third Annual Conference, Louisiana Consortium of Medieval and Renaissance Scholars (21-22 October 2005)