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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, January 26, 1988

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
UNDERGRADUATE COLLOQUIUM SERIES
ANNOUNCES

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CALL

FOR

PAPERS

The University of Michigan Undergraduate Colloquium Series
is a program sponsored by the Undergraduate Initiatives Fund
and the Michigan Student Assembly. Created and implemented
by students, it is envisioned as providing a medium through
which students from diverse areas of the University can present
papers on timely educational and societal issues to the University
community for peer input and discussion.
All papers submitted by and restricted to undergraduates will be
reviewed by students and faculty, whereupon three to four papers
will be selected for oral presentation and publication in a bound
colloquium series edition and Advice. Scholarships will be awarded
to the selected papers. A panel of six students in addition to a
"Distinguished Guest" will comment on and propose relevant
questions on various points and issues addressed by the student-
read papers. Participation by the audience will be in the form of
questions and comments directed to readers, panel members and
the distinguished guest.

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DISTINGUISHED GUEST
Irving Howe is Distinguished
Professor Emeritus of English,
Graduate Center, City University
of New York. He is currently the
editor of Dissent, and has pub-
lished numerous books including
The American Newness: Culture
and Politics in the Age of Emerson,.
Social and America, World of Our
Fathers, which won the National
Book Award, Politics and the
Novel and A Margin of Hope.

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PUBLIC RESPONSIBILITIES

DATE AND PLACE:
PAPER LENGTH:
DEADLINE FOR
SUBMISSION:

MARCH 21, 1988 PENDLETON ROOM
MICHIGAN UNION
1000-1500 WORDS
MARCH 11, 1988
3909 .MichiganUnion

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