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Constitution and Bylaws of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association

Constitution and Bylaws of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS OFTHE ROCKY MOUNTAIN MODERN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION ARTICLE I -- NAME AND PURPOSE Section A. Name This nonprofit organization shall be known as the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association. Section B. Purpose The purpose of the Association shall be to stimulate consideration, evaluation, and cultivation of languages and literatures by holding annual meetings for the presentation of papers about language and literature, by holding sessions for the discussion of problems in teaching as a profession, by cooperation with other academic and cultural societies in order to enrich and strengthen the cultural life in the Rocky Mountain states, by regular publication of a review, and by other similar activities as convenient and desirable. ARTICLE II -- MEMBERSHIP AND GOVERNMENT Section A. Membership All persons affiliated with the departments of languages and literatures in educational institutions of the Rocky Mountain region and others with similar interests may become members of this Association. Section B. Officers 1.The officers of the Association shall be a president, an honorary president, a vice-president, and an executive secretary who shall also serve as treasurer. 2.The president and vice-president shall be elected by mail ballot after the annual meeting in the fall for terms http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association

Constitution and Bylaws of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association

Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature , Volume 35 (3) – Jan 6, 1981

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CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS OFTHE ROCKY MOUNTAIN MODERN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION ARTICLE I -- NAME AND PURPOSE Section A. Name This nonprofit organization shall be known as the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association. Section B. Purpose The purpose of the Association shall be to stimulate consideration, evaluation, and cultivation of languages and literatures by holding annual meetings for the presentation of papers about language and literature, by holding sessions for the discussion of problems in teaching as a profession, by cooperation with other academic and cultural societies in order to enrich and strengthen the cultural life in the Rocky Mountain states, by regular publication of a review, and by other similar activities as convenient and desirable. ARTICLE II -- MEMBERSHIP AND GOVERNMENT Section A. Membership All persons affiliated with the departments of languages and literatures in educational institutions of the Rocky Mountain region and others with similar interests may become members of this Association. Section B. Officers 1.The officers of the Association shall be a president, an honorary president, a vice-president, and an executive secretary who shall also serve as treasurer. 2.The president and vice-president shall be elected by mail ballot after the annual meeting in the fall for terms

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