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CFP: [Gender Studies] Geopolitical Ecofeminisms

updated: 
Thursday, May 1, 2008 - 6:44pm
Christine Battista

CALL FOR PAPERS
Shifting Tides, Anxious Borders: A Graduate Conference on Nineteenth
Century Transatlanticism

1st Annual Graduate Conference of the American Studies and Victorian
Studies Associations
Binghamton University
Binghamton, New York November 7-8, 2008
Keynote Speaker: Leonard Tennenhouse, Brown University

Panel Topic:
Transatlantic Geopolitical Ecofeminisms

UPDATE: [Gender Studies] MSAX: Modernism, Border Crossing and Border Dwelling

updated: 
Thursday, May 1, 2008 - 6:13pm
Daniel.R_at_sas.upenn.edu, Bel

This panel seeks to address Modernisms attention on and intention with
borders. Borders here are problematically being thought of in broad
terms ranging from spacial, geographical, and national borders, but also
in various identitarian contexts like race, sex, gender, and class. Of
particular interest to this panel is how the 1990s moment, with the rise
of academic cultural studies and publications such as Judith Butler’s
Gender Trouble, David Hollinger’s Post Ethnic America, and Michael
Awkwards, Negotiation Difference, places attention on borders in a
variety of context and exemplifies through discursive practice the
usefulness and subversiveness of “border crossing”.

CFP: [Gender Studies] CFP The Point of Feminism

updated: 
Thursday, May 1, 2008 - 4:58pm
Elke Weissmann

Apologies for cross-posting. This is a reminder of the deadline for the
one-day conference The Point of Feminism which will take place at the
University of Reading on 12 September 2008.

 

The deadline for abstracts is 16 May.

 

The Point of Feminism

 

An interdisciplinary one-day conference looking at issues relating to
feminism and media scholarship

 

University of Reading

12 September 2008

 

CFP: [Gender Studies] "The Body: Images, Perceptions, and Representations

updated: 
Tuesday, April 29, 2008 - 9:06pm
Emily Brackman

The English Graduate Organization of Western Illinois University invites
submissions to our fifth annual conference, “The Body: Images,
Perceptions, and Representations.” The human body is a topic of both
significance and curiosity amongst various disciplines and discourse
communities. In history, philosophy, psychology, sociology, rhetoric and
literature, the body serves as a symbol, metaphor, and inspiration for
many larger aspects of human nature. For this reason, we will be hosting
our annual conference November 8, 2008 to consider the roles of the body
in literature and the overall fascination with the human form. Our
keynote speaker will be Martha Stoddard Holmes, Assistant Professor and

CFP: [Gender Studies] Photography, Modernism, Feminism 5/7/08; MSA X 11/13-11/16/08

updated: 
Tuesday, April 29, 2008 - 2:22pm
Kimberly Lamm

Photography, Modernism, Feminism
 In her essay "From Clementina to Kasebier: The Photographic Attainment of
the ’Lady Amateur,’” art historian Carol Armstrong argues that
photographers such as Julia Margaret Cameron, Lady Hawarden Clementina, and
Gertrude Kasebier took astute advantage of photography's low place on art's
hierarchical scales to assert themselves as artists. The work of these
women, therefore, indirectly calls attention to the relationship between
photography and the emergence of feminism in the U.S. and Britain in the
nineteenth- and early twentieth- centuries. This panel seeks to bring
modernist literature composed by women into the relationship between

CFP: [Gender Studies] MSA X: Photography, Modernism, Feminism 5/7/08

updated: 
Monday, April 28, 2008 - 1:03am
Kimberly Lamm

Photography, Modernism, Feminism
 In her essay "From Clementina to Kasebier: The Photographic Attainment of
the ’Lady Amateur,’” art historian Carol Armstrong argues that
photographers such as Julia Margaret Cameron, Lady Hawarden Clementina, and
Gertrude Kasebier took astute advantage of photography's low place on art's
hierarchical scales to assert themselves as artists. The work of these
women, therefore, indirectly calls attention to the relationship between
photography and the emergence of feminism in the U.S. and Britain in the
nineteenth- and early twentieth- centuries. This panel seeks to bring
modernist literature composed by women into the relationship between

CFP: [Gender Studies] Visualising Ireland (Theory, Culture, Image)

updated: 
Friday, April 25, 2008 - 1:49pm
Dr Emma Radley

Symposium: Visualising Ireland (Theory, Culture, Image)

University College Dublin
4-6 July, 2008

Plenary speakers: Professor Gerardine Meaney (UCD), Dr Colin Graham (NUIM),
Dr Lance Pettitt (Leeds Metropolitan University).

CFP: [Gender Studies] LGBTQ Session Proposals: NeMLA 2009 Boston (5/10/08; 2/26-3/1/2009)

updated: 
Wednesday, April 23, 2008 - 2:15am
Tracy Riley

Dear colleagues,

The Northeast Modern Language Association’s

40th Annual Convention meets in

Boston, MA Feb 26 - Mar 1, 2009

Please consider proposing a panel on any aspect of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, or
Queer Studies.

Proposals may be made online at www.nemla.org. Access the proposal form on the ‘Convention’
page. The deadline for proposing panels is May 10, 2008. (2008 NeMLA membership is
required.)

The full Call for Papers will be online June 2008.

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