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colloque international sur Brecht (fwd) BOURASSA ANDRE G



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> CALL FOR PAPERS
> 1995 MLA Conference 1995
> The International Brecht Society
>
> Teaching Brecht
>
> The International Brecht Society, an affiliate organization of the MLA,
> announces a session on Brecht and pedagogy at the 1995 MLA Conference in
> Chicago. Papers are being solicited that address aspects and problems of
> teaching Brecht in North America:
>
> - what works?
> - what doesn't work?
> - are Brecht's politics relevant or is he simply part of the
> canon?
> - is Brecht's alleged sexism an issue for the classroom?
>
> The focus may be on dramatic works (as literary texts to be read or to be
> produced), prose, or poetry; and the issue of teaching Brecht in German or
> in English translation is pertinent. Those who are frustrated with Brecht
> and those who have discovered particularly effective strategies for Brecht
> are encouraged to submit abstracts that describe and analyze their
> experiences. Those who wish to address Brecht's own pedagogy in relation to
> teaching situations are also invited to submit abstracts. To participate in
> an MLA session, you MUST be a member of the MLA organization.
>
> Please send abstracts by March 10, 1995 to:
>
> Marc Silberman
> Lohengrinstr. 11
> D-14109 Berlin
> GERMANY
> email MARCS@macc.wisc.edu
> FAX 49/30/ 838 6749
> (Fachbereich Germanistik, Freie Universitaet Berlin)
>
> JOHN ROUSE, Dept. of Theatre & Dance,
> Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118-5698, USA
> tel: 504-865-5360 / fax: 504-865-6737
> email: rouse@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu (in unix or eudora/mac)