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Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2008 15:28:05 -0800
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Dear Demetres,
"The place of Pound's Music in his oeuvre," or similar, please.
First thing to come to mind. David Moody has been giving a lot of 
thought to this topic, as have we.
This would be so much better at MLA than ALA. At the ALA conference in 
SF a few years ago, the 8 AM panel had 3 or 4 people attending. It was a 
shame because Tim's presentation was brilliant.
At any rate, with this short notice, I'll stay cryptic and hope for the 

Tryphonopoulos, Demetres wrote:
> Dear Poundians,
> I wish you all a Happy, Healthy, and Productive New Year 2008.
> I have been asked by Dr. Burton Hatlen to look after the San Francisco MLA panels and am
> writing in order to invite interested scholars to contribute ideas about possible topics
> as well as to offer possible proposals.  As all of you are likely to know, the MLA is
> held every year between Christmas and New Year’s (27-30 December). The Pound Society
> puts on two panels, usually comprised of three papers each.
> During discussion following the first panel at last year’s MLA, two topics were
> proposed: “Pound and Place” and “Pound and the Visual Arts.” Before finalizing these
> topics, I would like to hear from those who did not make it to Chicago this year. 
> Since I must have the topics, the names of presenters and the titles of their papers
> confirmed by 15 January 2008, please forward your ideas (and proposals for papers along
> with a brief CV) to me by 10 January 2008. I would like to have enough time to consider
> your ideas and proposals and also discuss them with Dr. Timothy Redman (who he is
> helping me coordinate this important Pound “event”) before submitting the 2008 Pound
> programme to MLA.
> With all best wishes,
> Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos
> Dr. Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos
> A/Dean, School of Graduate Studies
> Professor, Department of English
> Book Review Editor, Paideuma: Studies in American and British Modernist Poetry
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