CFP: Nineteenth-Century Creativity (UK) (11/1/05; INCS, 7/6/06-7/9/06)

full name / name of organization: 
Martin Clarke
contact email: 
19thc.music@durham.ac.uk

INCS
Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies

NINETEENTH-CENTURY CREATIVITY
6 - 9 JULY 2006

The University of Durham, UK

Centre for Nineteenth-Century Music
School of Music
St Chad?s College

Call for Papers

Paper or panel proposals are invited on any aspect of creativity in the long
nineteenth-century.

INCS is an association of scholars working in history, gender studies,
the arts,
anthropology, science, philosophy, literature and other disciplines
devoted to
the interdisciplinary exploration of nineteenth-century culture and its
relation
to our contemporary world.

KEYNOTES will be announced in due course.

The conference will aim to continue its broad and inclusive tradition of
accepting individual papers and panels from all ranges of scholarly work
in the
area of the long nineteenth century music. The programme committee
encourages
submission within the following areas, although other topics are welcome:

1. Ideology and Culture
2. Gender and Sexuality
3. Texts: Histories, Journalism, Criticism
4. Institutions and Their Impact
5. The Plastic Arts: Design and Dissemination
6. Centre and Periphery: Regional, National and International Identities
7. Teaching and Learning
8. Critical Theory, Analysis and Hermeneutics
9. Performance Practice and Theory
10. Sacred and Profane: Genres, Ideology, Contexts
11. Western Portrayals of the East; Eastern Portrayals of the West
12. Interdisciplinarity
13. Creating Identities
14. Representation and metaphor
15. Imitation and Expression

Discussions and paper presentations will be in English.

Sessions at the conference are devoted to discussion following 5-7 minute
presentations. Complete papers are available in advance at the password
protected section of the conference website, currently under construction.

Longer versions of INCS papers are regularly published in the affiliated
journal, Nineteenth-Century Contexts

For individual proposals please submit an abstract of no more than 250
words.
For sessions and panels please submit a single abstract of 750 words,
indicating
the number and title of individual papers with a short abstract on each.
  All
proposals should be submitted by email no later than 1 November 2005 to
Bennett
Zon (Bennett.Zon_at_durham.ac.uk). The committee will make final decision on
abstracts by December 2005, and contributors will be informed immediately
thereafter. A conference website will be available in due course, and
further
information will be posted on all relevant web discussion lists.

For more information, please contact Bennett Zon, or any member of the
conference committee as indicated below:

Bennett Zon Bennett.Zon_at_durham.ac.uk
Ian Bradley icb_at_st-andrews.ac.uk
Catherine Dousteyssier-Khoze catherine.dousteyssier_at_durham.ac.uk
James Good j.m.m.good_at_durham.ac.uk
Greg Kucich Gregory.P.Kucich.1_at_nd.edu
Elsie Michie enmich_at_lsu.edu
Philip Olleson Philip.Olleson_at_nottingham.ac.uk
Michael O'Neill m.s.o'neill_at_durham.ac.uk
Stephen Regan stephen.regan_at_durham.ac.uk
Derek Scott d.scott_at_salford.ac.uk
--Martin V. ClarkeAdministrative AssistantCentre for Nineteenth-Century Music, University of DurhamThe Music School, Palace Green, Durham, DH1 3RL, UK.E-mail: 19thc.music_at_durham.ac.ukWeb: www.dur.ac.uk/19thc.music/ ========================================================== From the Literary Calls for Papers Mailing List CFP_at_english.upenn.edu Full Information at http://cfp.english.upenn.edu or write Jennifer Higginbotham: higginbj_at_english.upenn.edu ==========================================================Received on Sun Oct 23 2005 - 23:09:18 EDT

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