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CFP: AMS-LGBTQ Study Group: Bisexuality in Music (9/1/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
ROBERT ANTHONY TORRE

> Bisexuality in Music: A Call for Papers
> For much of its history, bisexuality has barely been recognized as
> a legitimate topic for historical or theoretical
> discourse of any sort. Indeed, for many, bisexuality has often
> seemed little more than a question, at best.
> "Does bisexuality really even exist?" Only within the last decade
> or so has scholarship in the humanities begun
> to acknowledge, theorize and historicize this seemingly liminal

CFP: AMS-LGBTQ Study Group: Bisexuality in Music (9/1/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
ROBERT ANTHONY TORRE

> Bisexuality in Music: A Call for Papers
> For much of its history, bisexuality has barely been recognized as
> a legitimate topic for historical or theoretical
> discourse of any sort. Indeed, for many, bisexuality has often
> seemed little more than a question, at best.
> "Does bisexuality really even exist?" Only within the last decade
> or so has scholarship in the humanities begun
> to acknowledge, theorize and historicize this seemingly liminal

CFP: The Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film (11/1/06; PCA/ACA, 4/4/07-4/7/07)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
Patrick McAleer

>From Buffy to Blade to Bram Stoker, we are looking for
papers and presentations that cover the vampire in
literature, culture, and film (with a reading time of
15-20 minutes) for the National Popular Culture
Association/American Culture Association Conference in
Boston, MA, April 4-7, 2007. This is a fairly broad
and open-ended topic as the vampire is found in many
mediums, especially in popular culture, so just about
any topic on the vampire is sought for this new area
of study at the PCA/ACA. Graduate students are
particularly encouraged to send proposals.

CFP: The Vampire in Literature, Culture, and Film (11/1/06; PCA/ACA, 4/4/07-4/7/07)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
Patrick McAleer

>From Buffy to Blade to Bram Stoker, we are looking for
papers and presentations that cover the vampire in
literature, culture, and film (with a reading time of
15-20 minutes) for the National Popular Culture
Association/American Culture Association Conference in
Boston, MA, April 4-7, 2007. This is a fairly broad
and open-ended topic as the vampire is found in many
mediums, especially in popular culture, so just about
any topic on the vampire is sought for this new area
of study at the PCA/ACA. Graduate students are
particularly encouraged to send proposals.

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