Conference Theme: Academic Freedom
Suggested paper topics include social justice, book banning, freedom of thought, current teaching shortage, moves to weaken public education. Conference coordinators will also consider other ongoing scholarly activities within the discipline. Individual papers, panel discussions, and roundtables are encouraged.
Start: Friday, October 13 at 3:00 pmEnd: Sunday, October 15 at 3:00 pm
All sessions in KU's Academic Forum, Rooms 103, 202, 203.
Lunch on Saturday in The Georgian Room.
Click here for conference CFP.
Click here for conference flyer.
For discounted hotel reservations, call Hampton Inn and Suites Kutztown @ 1-484-641-8800 and use the code: PAS (or group code CHHPAS).
To sign up for Poetry Open Mic on Friday, October 13, click this link. Faculty and students are encouraged to participate.
Keynote speaker on Saturday night is Eric Stroshane, Assistant Director of member Services for the American Library Association's Office of Intellectual Freedom.
Impost, the journal of criticism and creative work published by EAPSU, has just released volume 16. Impost is free to read and download in the "Our Journal" section [PDF].
Many thanks to the editorial team at Impost and Impost's editor, Dr. Anne Dyer Stuart at Bloomsburg University, for producing another excellent edition.
The schedule and program for EAPSU 2021, hosted by East Stroudsburg University, is finalized. Download your copy.
Registration for the EAPSU 2021 annual conference is now open.
The attendance fee for faculty is $40. Students attend for free, though we do ask you to complete registration if you are presenting or just attending.
Please visit our events page for the conference to register.
The registration link for the 2021 EAPSU conference, hosted by East Stroudsburg University, will be published soon to the Annual Conferences page. Watch this space!
The deadline for the virtual EAPSU conference hosted by East Stroudsburg University has been extended to September 1, 2021. Please submit your latest work and join us on October 8 and 9!
The CFP for the 2021 annual conference, "Regeneration and Reflection," is posted to our Annual Conferences page.
The conference remains online for 2021. Held on October 8 and 9, and coordinated by Dr. Cynthia Leenerts, Dr. Jan Selving, and Dr. Jasmine Villa at East Stroudsburg University, our annual conference features important work and discussion by English faculty and students from across the PASSHE system. Go check out the CFP and join us as we meet in October!
As we near the end of the first month of 2021, we hear at EAPSU hope that your semesters are off to a good start. To that end, the editors of our journal, Impost, have issued a 2021 Call for Submissions, which you can find here and under the website's journal tab. Please see the call and be sure to share widely. If you have questions, please be sure to contact the editors, AD Stuart and Timothy Ruppert.
As our conference nears, we are all getting excited here at EAPSU. We look forward to seeing you this weekend. To that end, we have posted an updated conference schedule in the Annual Conferences section of the website. It includes some additions and other modifications, so please take a look.
With our annual conference fast approaching, many thanks to those of you who have registered on the site so far. If you haven't registered yet, please do at your earliest convenience. You will also see, on our Annual Conferences page, that we have a preliminary schedule for the conference. Be sure to check it out.
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