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CFP: Rape in Art Cinema (3/1/07; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:53am
Dominique Russell

RAPE IN ART CINEMA: CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS

(Essay Collection)

Deadline for proposals: March 1st, 2007

In her 2001 book Watching Rape, Sarah Projansky, argues that rape is =20
=93a key force throughout the history of film,=94 and that =93one cannot =
=20
fully understand cinema itself without addressing rape and its =20
representation=94 (26). Despite new theoretical explorations and =20
increasingly graphic depictions of rape onscreen, however, rape has =20
remained under explored in Film Studies. The few book-length studies =20
that exist focus on rape revenge films and Hollywood. This collection =20=

CFP: Rape in Art Cinema (3/1/07; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:53am
Dominique Russell

RAPE IN ART CINEMA: CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS

(Essay Collection)

Deadline for proposals: March 1st, 2007

In her 2001 book Watching Rape, Sarah Projansky, argues that rape is =20
=93a key force throughout the history of film,=94 and that =93one cannot =
=20
fully understand cinema itself without addressing rape and its =20
representation=94 (26). Despite new theoretical explorations and =20
increasingly graphic depictions of rape onscreen, however, rape has =20
remained under explored in Film Studies. The few book-length studies =20
that exist focus on rape revenge films and Hollywood. This collection =20=

CFP: Medieval Emotion (grad) (1/15/07; 3/31/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:53am
Wesley Yu

Medieval Emotion
Princeton University Graduate Conference in Medieval
Studies 2007
Call for Papers
=20
The Program in Medieval Studies at Princeton University invites graduate
students to submit paper proposals for its annual conference, to take =
place
on Saturday March 31, 2007. This year's theme is "Emotion," and the =
keynote
speaker is William Ian Miller, Thomas G. Long Professor of Law at the
University of Michigan Law School. The conference will provide a venue =
for
graduate students to discuss their work and to engage in dialogue with =
peers
from other universities. Medievalists have been on the forefront of =
recent

CFP: Medieval Emotion (grad) (1/15/07; 3/31/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:53am
Wesley Yu

Medieval Emotion
Princeton University Graduate Conference in Medieval
Studies 2007
Call for Papers
=20
The Program in Medieval Studies at Princeton University invites graduate
students to submit paper proposals for its annual conference, to take =
place
on Saturday March 31, 2007. This year's theme is "Emotion," and the =
keynote
speaker is William Ian Miller, Thomas G. Long Professor of Law at the
University of Michigan Law School. The conference will provide a venue =
for
graduate students to discuss their work and to engage in dialogue with =
peers
from other universities. Medievalists have been on the forefront of =
recent

CFP: Twilight of Queerness: from Binaries to Connectivity (no deadline noted; Queer CUNY, 4/7/07-4/8/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:53am
taylor black

Queer CUNY VIII
Hunter College, New York City
April 7-8, 2007

Twilight of Queerness:
from Binaries to Connectivity

Most current LGBT political activism focuses on the
marriage/anti-marriage debate, and accordingly, scholarship debate
disputes relational/anti-relational ideologies. Both grossly miss a
larger political and intellectual potential for queer studies and that
the definition of discreet identity binaries is, itself, destructive
to a truly radical and progressive discourse.

CFP: Twilight of Queerness: from Binaries to Connectivity (no deadline noted; Queer CUNY, 4/7/07-4/8/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:53am
taylor black

Queer CUNY VIII
Hunter College, New York City
April 7-8, 2007

Twilight of Queerness:
from Binaries to Connectivity

Most current LGBT political activism focuses on the
marriage/anti-marriage debate, and accordingly, scholarship debate
disputes relational/anti-relational ideologies. Both grossly miss a
larger political and intellectual potential for queer studies and that
the definition of discreet identity binaries is, itself, destructive
to a truly radical and progressive discourse.

CFP: Twilight of Queerness: from Binaries to Connectivity (no deadline noted; Queer CUNY, 4/7/07-4/8/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:53am
taylor black

Queer CUNY VIII
Hunter College, New York City
April 7-8, 2007

Twilight of Queerness:
from Binaries to Connectivity

Most current LGBT political activism focuses on the
marriage/anti-marriage debate, and accordingly, scholarship debate
disputes relational/anti-relational ideologies. Both grossly miss a
larger political and intellectual potential for queer studies and that
the definition of discreet identity binaries is, itself, destructive
to a truly radical and progressive discourse.

CFP: (dis)junctions 2007: General Topic (grad) (1/5/07; 4/6/07-4/7/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:52am
HELEN LOVEJOY

(dis)junctions 2007: Malappropriation Nation
April 6th and 7th 2007
    
Call for Papers: general topic, humanities and social
sciences University of California Riverside's
Fourteenth Annual Graduate Humanities Conference
    
Abstract deadline: 1/5/07
    
The framework for (dis)junctions 2007:
Malappropriation Nation might be imagined in relation
to what the 20th century American poet Susan Howe
calls the idea of "Lawlessness," the acting outside of
acceptable boundaries and ideologies. In developing
this year's theme, we are hoping to formulate panels
in which conventional or popular theories are used and
in turn reworked/rethought/re-imagined in ways that

CFP: New Developments in Textual Culture (UK) (1/6/07; 2/17/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:52am
Stephen Penn

Apologies for cross-posting
CALL FOR PAPERS
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN TEXTUAL CULTURE
Department of English Studies, University of Stirling, UK
Saturday 17th February 2007
9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Keynote speakers: Prof. Ron Scollon (Georgetown), Dr Peter D. McDonald (Oxf=
ord)
Textual Culture is a cross-period, interdisciplinary field of enquiry focus=
ed on the production, circulation, and use of texts conceived in material, =
discursive, and economic terms. It brings together several strands of exist=
ing research interest, principally book history, publishing studies, discou=
rse analysis, and reader/audience study. This one-day symposium, intended a=

UPDATE: Un/Common Experience: Everyday Life (grad) (12/20/06; 2/16/07-2/17/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:52am
NYU French Graduate Conference Organizers ––

New deadline and keynote announcement for the annual graduate
conference of the NYU Department of French:

Un/Common Experience: The Dross and the Glory of Everyday Life

February 16-17, 2007 with keynote speaker KRISTIN ROSS

The everyday is far from ordinary: within the banal lurks the sublime,
the familiar masks the strange. But does the quotidian confine,
define or liberate us?

CFP: New Developments in Textual Culture (UK) (1/6/07; 2/17/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:52am
Stephen Penn

Apologies for cross-posting
CALL FOR PAPERS
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN TEXTUAL CULTURE
Department of English Studies, University of Stirling, UK
Saturday 17th February 2007
9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Keynote speakers: Prof. Ron Scollon (Georgetown), Dr Peter D. McDonald (Oxf=
ord)
Textual Culture is a cross-period, interdisciplinary field of enquiry focus=
ed on the production, circulation, and use of texts conceived in material, =
discursive, and economic terms. It brings together several strands of exist=
ing research interest, principally book history, publishing studies, discou=
rse analysis, and reader/audience study. This one-day symposium, intended a=

CFP: (dis)junctions 2007: General Topic (grad) (1/5/07; 4/6/07-4/7/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2006 - 12:52am
HELEN LOVEJOY

(dis)junctions 2007: Malappropriation Nation
April 6th and 7th 2007
    
Call for Papers: general topic, humanities and social
sciences University of California Riverside's
Fourteenth Annual Graduate Humanities Conference
    
Abstract deadline: 1/5/07
    
The framework for (dis)junctions 2007:
Malappropriation Nation might be imagined in relation
to what the 20th century American poet Susan Howe
calls the idea of "Lawlessness," the acting outside of
acceptable boundaries and ideologies. In developing
this year's theme, we are hoping to formulate panels
in which conventional or popular theories are used and
in turn reworked/rethought/re-imagined in ways that

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