Extended Deadline: Reading Across and Between: Transnational and Trans-Indigenous Aesthetics
Reading Across and Between: Transnational and Trans-Indigenous Aesthetics
Recent innovations in the field of transnational and trans-indigenous studies have encouraged reading across or between political and geographic boundaries, languages, economies, cultures, spaces, places, and times. This session encourages submissions concerned with the analysis of the recent "transitive turn" in American Studies and Comparative Literary Studies, with an eye toward new developments in the field that focus on comparative indigenous aesthetics, literatures, and visual art practice.
Please submit papers via the PAMLA's website by May 12, 2013:
For more information about this Special Session, please contact Brian Gillis at firstname.lastname@example.org.