European Cinema - ECRF Annual Conference (07/16-12 - 07/18/12; 02/28/12)

full name / name of organization: 
European Cinema Research Forum (ECRF)
contact email: 
owen@ecrf.org.uk - graeme@ecr.org.uk

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* * * CALL FOR PAPERS * * *

Adaptation, Authorship & Ownership

2012 ECRF ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Edge Hill University, UK
16 July – 18 July 2012

The European Cinema Research Forum (ECRF)** invites proposals for its 12th annual international conference.

This focus of this year’s ECRF conference is ‘Adaptation, Authorship and Ownership’. Presenters are invited to explore any aspect of these areas, in relation to European film and European film cultures. Contributions from the realms of practice and theory are equally welcome!

Each year the ECRF publishes a Special Issue of the peer reviewed journal Studies in European Cinema (Intellect), drawn from the ECRF annual conference.

* Individual Papers: 20 minutes in length (plus 10 minute Q&A)
* Panels: 3 presenters x 20 minute papers (plus 30 minute Q&A)
* Proposal length: Single paper: c. 150 words; Panel proposal: c. 300 words

Please send proposals and address any queries to the ECRF Directors, Dr Owen Evans owen.evans@edgehill.ac.uk and Prof. Graeme Harper gharper@oakland.edu

First Call Closing Date:
28 February 2012
(Early submission is highly encouraged)

** The ECRF is an international research forum, supportive of both established and new researchers. The forum actively encourages exchange and development, and the annual conference is always open, friendly and lively! Each year a different university around the world hosts the annual ECRF conference. Last year’s conference was held at McGill University in Canada, the year before at the University of Exeter (UK) and the year before that at Binghamton University (USA). All Welcome!

ECRF online: http://www.ecrf.org.uk/

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cultural_studies_and_historical_approaches
film_and_television
graduate_conferences
interdisciplinary
international_conferences
journals_and_collections_of_essays
popular_culture
rhetoric_and_composition
theatre
theory