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Call for Papers for an individual panel session at the 37th Comparative Drama Conference in Baltimore, MD

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Monday, November 12, 2012 - 2:06pm
Daphnie Sicre/New York University

Call for Papers for an individual session at the 37th Comparative Drama Conference in Baltimore, MD (April 4-6, 2013)

Panel: Beyond Tattoos & Scars: Breaking the Stereotypes of Tattoos within Latino Representations on Stage

We are interested in looking at breaking Latino stereotypes found on stage in relevance to tattoos and scars and organizing a panel to submit to the conference.

If interested please submit a 250 word abstract with paper title, name, institutional affiliation, and status to:

Daphnie Sicre (das274@nyu.edu)
Jeanette Sanchez (jeannie8@u.washington.edu)

Thank you!

CFP: Performing Theory, Theorizing Performance: Conceptualization, Execution, and Documentation, due December 22, 2012

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Monday, November 12, 2012 - 1:39pm
A Graduate Student Conference with the Theatre and Drama Department at University of Wisconsin Madison

March 16, 2013

With keynote speakers:
Chloe Johnston, Assistant Professor of Theater, Lake Forest College, writer and performer with the Neo-Futurists
Coya Paz, Assistant Professor of Theater, Depaul University, founding member of Proyecto Latina, co-director of the Resident Ensemble at Free Street Theatre, Artistic Director for the Poetry Performance Incubator at the Guild Complex

Queer Futures Working Group, July 22-26 2013

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Monday, November 12, 2012 - 7:42am
International Federation for Theatre Research/Fédération Internationale pour la Recherche de Théâtre (IFTR/FIRT)

Call for papers

CFP: "Shaw at Home" - G. B. Shaw Conference in UK, June 17-22, 2013. Deadline Feb.15, 2013.

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Sunday, November 11, 2012 - 1:43pm
Richard Dietrich / International Shaw Society

"Shaw at Home," a conference of international scholars, which will take place mostly in the village of Ayot St. Lawrence north of London, reminds us that "Shaw's Corner" in Ayot was the Shaws' home longer, 44 years, than any other residence. "Shaw's Corner" is now maintained partly as a museum and as the stage for annual productions of Shaw's plays on the back lawn. The Shaws also had several residences in London, of course, and the conference will spend a day in London touring Shavian sites there, starting at the London School of Economics. The Keynote Address will be by Sir Michael Holroyd.

Call for Papers: Performance in/and the Street 26 April 2013

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Saturday, November 10, 2012 - 6:53pm
A Graduate Symposium at York University

In recent years, with the popularity of such global movements as Occupy and SlutWalk, the issue of public protest and performance has been at the forefront of debates about how we engage with and in public spaces. This symposium will take up the issue of street performance/performing the streets in light of these recent phenomena. Jan Cohen-Cruz defines street performances as ones which "take place in public by-ways with minimal constraints of access." With this definition of open access in mind, we hope to problematize issues surrounding the relationship between public and private space via examples of both activist and commercial street performances and other public acts of social engagement on the streets.

Remapping Modernist Paris

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Friday, November 9, 2012 - 9:34pm
American Comparative Literature Association

Accounts of the emergence of Modernism in early twentieth-century Paris often focus on the contributions of writers and artists from Europe and the United States, even as understandings of their work have been transformed by increased scholarly engagement with transatlantic migrations and by contestation over the significance of "primitivism" in European and North American modernist art and writing.

Coming Home: The 25th annual Stony Brook English Graduate Conference

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Friday, November 9, 2012 - 2:44pm
Stony Brook University Department of English

Coming Home
The 25th Annual English Graduate Conference at Stony Brook University

February 9, 2013
Stony Brook Manhattan,
New York City

I long, as does every human being, to be at home wherever I find myself.--Maya Angelou

Now in its twenty-fifth year, Stony Brook University's English Graduate Conference is currently accepting paper proposals addressing the question of what it means to come home. What is a home, and what does the idea of being "at home" signify? What are the potential problems or benefits of being removed from home?

Possible areas of inquiry may include, but are not limited to, the following themes:

[UPDATE]: NCState Grad Conference "Redefining Notions of Public and Private" due 11/15

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Friday, November 9, 2012 - 1:57pm
North Carolina State University Graduate Student Association

CFP: "I Live Here!: Redefining and Negotiating Notions of Public and Private"

North Carolina State University English Graduate Conference
Conference Dates: Feb 22-23, 2013
Abstracts Due: November 15, 2012
Abstracts: 300 words

We welcome submissions that investigates the relationship between public & private, personal and political. Submissions may re-frame existing and emerging research to interrogate the significance of the debate over public and private, as well as those that make strides toward understanding how our research might provide insight into our own current moment.

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