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UPDATE: [Theatre] NEMLA 09 Boston: Money and Economic Exchange in American Theatre

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Saturday, May 31, 2008 - 7:47pm
Jon Dietrick

The theatrical performance is at once the most "real" of the arts and the most radically deceptive -
qualities that have made it a uniquely suited medium for exploring the subject of money, itself a
locus of anxieties concerning "hard" and "soft" value, presence and absence, the real and the
symbolic. The proposed panel welcomes papers that explore the subjects of money and economic
exchange in American theatre. Please send 250-500-word abstract (in body of e-mail) to Jon
Dietrick of Babson College at jdietrick_at_babson.edu by 9/15/08. NEMLA conference Boston 2/26-
3/1.

CFP: [American] NEMLA 09 Boston: Money and Economic Exchange in American Theatre

updated: 
Saturday, May 31, 2008 - 7:46pm
Jon Dietrick

The theatrical performance is at once the most "real" of the arts and the most radically deceptive -
qualities that have made it a uniquely suited medium for exploring the subject of money, itself a
locus of anxieties concerning "hard" and "soft" value, presence and absence, the real and the
symbolic. The proposed panel welcomes papers that explore the subjects of money and economic
exchange in American theatre. Please send 250-500-word abstract (in body of e-mail) to Jon
Dietrick of Babson College at jdietrick_at_babson.edu by 9/15/08. NEMLA conference Boston 2/26-
3/1.

CFP: [Theatre] Money and Economic Exchange in American Theatre

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Saturday, May 31, 2008 - 7:43pm
Jon Dietrick

The theatrical performance is at once the most "real" of the arts and the most radically deceptive -
qualities that have made it a uniquely suited medium for exploring the subject of money, itself a
locus of anxieties concerning "hard" and "soft" value, presence and absence, the real and the
symbolic. The proposed panel welcomes papers that explore the subjects of money and/or
economic exchange in American theatre. Please send 250-500-word abstract (in body of e-mail)
to Jon Dietrick of Babson College at jdietrick_at_babson.edu

UPDATE: [International] CFP â EXTENDED DEADLINE â NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

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Saturday, May 31, 2008 - 7:33pm
Caroline Edwards

CFP â€" EXTENDED DEADLINE â€" NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY
FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Extended Deadline â€" Friday 13th June
The University of Nottingham, UK
Friday, September 19th, 2008
Keynote Speaker â€" Professor Peter Hallward (Middlesex University)
This one day conference for postgraduate students and early career
researchers explores recent articulations of subjectivity and political
agency in critical theory and cultural studies. The continued ascent of
neo-liberalism and economic globalisation, along with postmodern and
poststructuralist theorising around subjectivity, potentially sets a
dangerously de-politicised subject against the expanding forces and

UPDATE: [Graduate] CFP â EXTENDED DEADLINE â NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

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Saturday, May 31, 2008 - 7:33pm
Caroline Edwards

CFP â€" EXTENDED DEADLINE â€" NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY
FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Extended Deadline â€" Friday 13th June
The University of Nottingham, UK
Friday, September 19th, 2008
Keynote Speaker â€" Professor Peter Hallward (Middlesex University)
This one day conference for postgraduate students and early career
researchers explores recent articulations of subjectivity and political
agency in critical theory and cultural studies. The continued ascent of
neo-liberalism and economic globalisation, along with postmodern and
poststructuralist theorising around subjectivity, potentially sets a
dangerously de-politicised subject against the expanding forces and

UPDATE: [Cultural-Historical] CFP â EXTENDED DEADLINE â NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

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Saturday, May 31, 2008 - 7:32pm
Caroline Edwards

CFP â€" EXTENDED DEADLINE â€" NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY
FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Extended Deadline â€" Friday 13th June
The University of Nottingham, UK
Friday, September 19th, 2008
Keynote Speaker â€" Professor Peter Hallward (Middlesex University)
This one day conference for postgraduate students and early career
researchers explores recent articulations of subjectivity and political
agency in critical theory and cultural studies. The continued ascent of
neo-liberalism and economic globalisation, along with postmodern and
poststructuralist theorising around subjectivity, potentially sets a
dangerously de-politicised subject against the expanding forces and

UPDATE: [Theory] CFP â EXTENDED DEADLINE â NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

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Saturday, May 31, 2008 - 7:31pm
Caroline Edwards

CFP â€" EXTENDED DEADLINE â€" NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY
FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Extended Deadline â€" Friday 13th June
The University of Nottingham, UK
Friday, September 19th, 2008
Keynote Speaker â€" Professor Peter Hallward (Middlesex University)
This one day conference for postgraduate students and early career
researchers explores recent articulations of subjectivity and political
agency in critical theory and cultural studies. The continued ascent of
neo-liberalism and economic globalisation, along with postmodern and
poststructuralist theorising around subjectivity, potentially sets a
dangerously de-politicised subject against the expanding forces and

UPDATE: [20th] CFP â EXTENDED DEADLINE â NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

updated: 
Saturday, May 31, 2008 - 7:29pm
Caroline Edwards

CFP â€" EXTENDED DEADLINE â€" NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY
FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Extended Deadline â€" Friday 13th June
The University of Nottingham, UK
Friday, September 19th, 2008
Keynote Speaker â€" Professor Peter Hallward (Middlesex University)
This one day conference for postgraduate students and early career
researchers explores recent articulations of subjectivity and political
agency in critical theory and cultural studies. The continued ascent of
neo-liberalism and economic globalisation, along with postmodern and
poststructuralist theorising around subjectivity, potentially sets a
dangerously de-politicised subject against the expanding forces and

UPDATE: [General] CFP â EXTENDED DEADLINE â NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

updated: 
Saturday, May 31, 2008 - 7:29pm
Caroline Edwards

CFP â€" EXTENDED DEADLINE â€" NEW RADICAL SUBJECTIVITIES: RETHINKING AGENCY
FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Extended Deadline â€" Friday 13th June
The University of Nottingham, UK
Friday, September 19th, 2008
Keynote Speaker â€" Professor Peter Hallward (Middlesex University)
This one day conference for postgraduate students and early career
researchers explores recent articulations of subjectivity and political
agency in critical theory and cultural studies. The continued ascent of
neo-liberalism and economic globalisation, along with postmodern and
poststructuralist theorising around subjectivity, potentially sets a
dangerously de-politicised subject against the expanding forces and

CFP: [Collections] Fastitocalon: Foundations of the Fantastic (06/30/08)

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Saturday, May 31, 2008 - 3:51pm
Fanfan Chen

Fastitocalon
Studies in Fantasticism Ancient to Modern

The journal aims at promoting a deeper understanding of the phenomenon of
fantasticism across the ages. The individual issues of this series focus
either on important authors and/or works in this field (e.g. Hoffmann,
Poe, Tolkien, Dunsany) or on specific topics relevant to fantasticism
(e.g. the supernatural, the transcendental, the monstrous).

Call for papers
Fastitocalon volume I (issues no. 1 & 2)

Foundations of the Fantastic