CFP: American Art & Architecture (11/1/05; PCA/ACA, 4/12/06-4/15/06)
American Art and Architecture Call for Papers
PCA/ACA National Convention
The Art and Architecture Area of the American Culture Association
is seeking proposals for papers for the PCA/ACA Annual Conference
in Atlanta, April 12 to 15, 2006.
Any aspect of American Visual Culture will be considered. Open Sessions are
scheduled along with Theme Sessions.
Proposals for papers for three and four person panels on any topic related to Art and Architecture in North America may be submitted by e-mail to either the A&A Area Chair or to the Theme Session Chairs noted below.
Send a 150 to 200 word abstract, a one-page CV by October 15, 2005 (addresses below).
NOTE: AV equipment will be DVD players and TV monitors only. You may bring
a laptop and S-Video cable to do presentations in that manner, if you choose.
For more conference information: http://www.h-net.org/~pcaaca
Send to A&A Area Chair Robert Sheardy
sheardyr_at_ferris.edu or sheardyr_at_aol.com
Art Critics and Their Critics: Especially the influence of the writings of
Clement Greenberg on criticism of the Modernist Period and reactions to
Modernist criticism in the Post-Modern era.
Identity Theft! Portraits and Self Portraits: Especially Native Artists and Art
Representing Natives from Colonial Times to the Present.
sheardyr_at_aol.com or sheardyr_at_ferris.edu
Transcendentalism and its Effects on American Art; or Vice Versa:
On the Influence of Transcendentalist Thought on Nineteenth Century
American Art--Especially Landscape Painting
Public Place/Public Space: On the Role of Contemporary Art in the Transformation
of Public Space; Defining the Difference in Public and Private Space, Funding, and
Challenging Our Perceptions of Art
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or write Jennifer Higginbotham: higginbj_at_english.upenn.edu
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