CFP: Disability, HIV/AIDS & Culture (3/15/07; MLA '07)
Disconnections and missed connections between the spheres of disability, HIV/AIDS and culture. How do the three inform each other? How can they be (and are they) prioritized and with what investments? Which (types of) individuals navigate the three spheres and with what results?
Potential topics of discussion include, but are not limited to:
Representation in literature, music and art
Reception and reception theory
Activism and histories of activism
Ideologies of "cure"
Politics and body politics
Identity and identity construction
Submissions must be received by 15 March 2007. Send to Chris Bell at christopher.bell_at_ntu.ac.uk.
All submissions will be anonymously peer-reviewed by members of the MLA's Executive Committee of the Division on Disability Studies. All submissions will receive a response. Selected participants must register as MLA members by 31 March. See www.mla.org <http://www.mla.org/> for more information on registration and/or the convention.
PhD Student in English
Nottingham Trent University
Society for Disability Studies
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Received on Sat Mar 03 2007 - 17:54:41 EST