CFP: [Bibliography] Women in Media––Women's Caucus Seminar RMMLA Oct. 8–10, 2009
Please join us for the 2009 Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern
Language Association in Snow Bird, Utah on October 8-10, 2009.
This yearâ€™s Womenâ€™s Caucus Seminar theme is "Women in Media."
We are seeking papers on how women have been represented or represented
themselves in media from various cultures/periods. How have changes in
media technology influenced the representation of women? How have authors
of â€œtextsâ€ represented the ways in which media represent women? Have
advances in media technology increased equality and/or opportunities for
women or have advances in media reified existing stereotypes and
prejudices? How have womenâ€™s movements used mediaâ€"newspapers, pamphlets,
radio, television, film, blogs, podcasts, etc. to further their goals and
how have various media outlets/technologies represented womenâ€™s movements?
How have emerging media technologies and the forms they give rise to
changed (or havenâ€™t) the representation of women?
Alternative interpretations and variations on the theme â€œWomen in Mediaâ€
are encouraged. Proposals for 15-minute papers are sought from scholars
working in all areas of literature, film, and gender studies.
Interdisciplinary approaches are especially welcomed.
Please forward 250-350 word paper proposals, including title, professional
affiliation, addresses (especially e-mail), and phone number by March 1,
2009 to (sbanville_at_unr.edu) or Scott Banville, Department of English,
University of Nevada, Reno, m/s 0098, Reno, NV 89557-0098. Electronic
submissions are encouraged. Notification of acceptance of the paper will be
sent no later than March 15, 2009. Feel free to contact me with any questions.
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