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CFP: [Theatre] Affectation from the Renaissance to today (Proposed Special Session for MLA, San Francisco 2008)

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Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 10:13pm
Bradley W. Buchanan

Affectation from the Renaissance to Today. (Proposed Special Session for MLA Annual Convention,
San Francisco 2008.) What makes a person seem “affected” rather than natural, and why should it
matter? Since the concept of affectation became current during the Renaissance (in part thanks to
texts such as Castiglione's The Courtier) many playwrights, philosophers and novelists have tried to
codify and dramatize the difference between "affected" and spontaneous or natural behavior. This
distinction, however, is frequently blurred by the ambiguity of motives and gestures. Indeed, some
might argue that the effort to distinguish between truthful, heartfelt or natural feelings and

CFP: [Gender Studies] Affectation from the Renaissance to today (Proposed Special Session for MLA, San Francisco 2008)

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 10:12pm
Bradley W. Buchanan

Affectation from the Renaissance to Today. (Proposed Special Session for MLA Annual Convention,
San Francisco 2008.) What makes a person seem “affected” rather than natural, and why should it
matter? Since the concept of affectation became current during the Renaissance (in part thanks to
texts such as Castiglione's The Courtier) many playwrights, philosophers and novelists have tried to
codify and dramatize the difference between "affected" and spontaneous or natural behavior. This
distinction, however, is frequently blurred by the ambiguity of motives and gestures. Indeed, some
might argue that the effort to distinguish between truthful, heartfelt or natural feelings and

CFP: [20th] Affectation from the Renaissance to today (Proposed Special Session for MLA, San Francisco 2008)

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 10:11pm
Bradley W. Buchanan

Affectation from the Renaissance to Today. (Proposed Special Session for MLA Annual Convention,
San Francisco 2008.) What makes a person seem “affected” rather than natural, and why should it
matter? Since the concept of affectation became current during the Renaissance (in part thanks to
texts such as Castiglione's The Courtier) many playwrights, philosophers and novelists have tried to
codify and dramatize the difference between "affected" and spontaneous or natural behavior. This
distinction, however, is frequently blurred by the ambiguity of motives and gestures. Indeed, some
might argue that the effort to distinguish between truthful, heartfelt or natural feelings and

CFP: [Victorian] Affectation from the Renaissance to today (Proposed Special Session for MLA, San Francisco 2008)

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 10:11pm
Bradley W. Buchanan

Affectation from the Renaissance to Today. (Proposed Special Session for MLA Annual Convention,
San Francisco 2008.) What makes a person seem “affected” rather than natural, and why should it
matter? Since the concept of affectation became current during the Renaissance (in part thanks to
texts such as Castiglione's The Courtier) many playwrights, philosophers and novelists have tried to
codify and dramatize the difference between "affected" and spontaneous or natural behavior. This
distinction, however, is frequently blurred by the ambiguity of motives and gestures. Indeed, some
might argue that the effort to distinguish between truthful, heartfelt or natural feelings and

CFP: [Romantic] Affectation from the Renaissance to today (Proposed Special Session for MLA, San Francisco 2008)

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 10:10pm
Bradley W. Buchanan

Affectation from the Renaissance to Today. (Proposed Special Session for MLA Annual Convention,
San Francisco 2008.) What makes a person seem “affected” rather than natural, and why should it
matter? Since the concept of affectation became current during the Renaissance (in part thanks to
texts such as Castiglione's The Courtier) many playwrights, philosophers and novelists have tried to
codify and dramatize the difference between "affected" and spontaneous or natural behavior. This
distinction, however, is frequently blurred by the ambiguity of motives and gestures. Indeed, some
might argue that the effort to distinguish between truthful, heartfelt or natural feelings and

CFP: [18th] Affectation from the Renaissance to today (Proposed Special Session for MLA, San Francisco 2008)

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 10:10pm
Bradley W. Buchanan

Affectation from the Renaissance to Today. (Proposed Special Session for MLA Annual Convention,
San Francisco 2008.) What makes a person seem “affected” rather than natural, and why should it
matter? Since the concept of affectation became current during the Renaissance (in part thanks to
texts such as Castiglione's The Courtier) many playwrights, philosophers and novelists have tried to
codify and dramatize the difference between "affected" and spontaneous or natural behavior. This
distinction, however, is frequently blurred by the ambiguity of motives and gestures. Indeed, some
might argue that the effort to distinguish between truthful, heartfelt or natural feelings and

CFP: [Renaissance] Affectation from the Renaissance to today (Proposed Special Session for MLA, San Francisco 2008)

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 10:09pm
Bradley W. Buchanan

Affectation from the Renaissance to Today. (Proposed Special Session for MLA Annual Convention,
San Francisco 2008.) What makes a person seem “affected” rather than natural, and why should it
matter? Since the concept of affectation became current during the Renaissance (in part thanks to
texts such as Castiglione's The Courtier) many playwrights, philosophers and novelists have tried to
codify and dramatize the difference between "affected" and spontaneous or natural behavior. This
distinction, however, is frequently blurred by the ambiguity of motives and gestures. Indeed, some
might argue that the effort to distinguish between truthful, heartfelt or natural feelings and

CFP: [General] Politics of Play and Performance

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Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 10:06pm
Wendy Matlock

3nd Annual Interdisciplinary Conference
April 18 and 19, 2008
California State University, Sacramento

The third annual ASNR conference invites papers that address the politics
or politicization of play and performance, festival and frivolity. This
interdisciplinary conference provides a forum for considering
manifestations of play and performance at macro- and micro-levels of
everyday life, both historically and contemporarily. We invite abstracts
for papers in the humanities and social sciences that address the
following or related ideas:

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Affectation from the Renaissance to today (MLA, San Francisco 2008)

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 8:27pm
Bradley W. Buchanan

What makes a person seem “affected” rather than natural, and why should it matter? Since the
concept of affectation became current during the Renaissance (in part thanks to texts such as
Castiglione's The Courtier) many playwrights, philosophers and novelists have tried to codify and
dramatize the difference between "affected" and spontaneous or natural behavior. This distinction,
however, is frequently blurred by the ambiguity of motives and gestures. Indeed, some might argue
that the effort to distinguish between truthful, heartfelt or natural feelings and simulated or affected
ones is doomed to failure. Yet these efforts and the difficulties they encounter arguably tell us a

UPDATE: [Gender Studies] Consuming Masculinities (11/1/07; PCA/ACA, 3/19/08-3/22/08)

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 7:50pm
Dawn Vernooy-Epp

CFP: Consuming Masculinities (11/1/07; PCA/ACA, 3/19/08-3/22/08)
                         

2008 Popular Culture/American Culture Associations National Conference

March 19-22, 2008
San Francisco Marriott
San Francisco, California

For more information on the PCA/ACA, please go to http:www.h-net.org/~pcaaca. The
conference website is http:www.pcaaca.org

PROPOSAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE UPDATE: NOVEMBER 1, 2007

We are considering proposals for sessions organized around a theme, special panels, and/or
individual papers. Sessions are scheduled in 1 hour slots, usually with 4 papers/speakers per
session.

UPDATE: [Gender Studies] Political Masculinities (11/1/07; PCA/ACA, 3/19/08-3/22/08)

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 7:47pm
William C. Harris

CFP: Political Masculinities (11/1/07; PCA/ACA, 3/19/08-3/22/08)
                 
2008 Popular Culture/American Culture Associations National Conference

March 19-22, 2008
San Francisco Marriott
San Francisco, California

For more information on the PCA/ACA, please go to http:www.h-net.org/~pcaaca. The
conference website is http:www.pcaaca.org

PROPOSAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE UPDATE: NOVEMBER 1, 2007

We are considering proposals for session organized around a theme, special panels, and/or
individual papers. Sessions are scheduled in 1 hour slots, usually with 4 papers or speakers per
session.

UPDATE: [Gender Studies] CFP: Queer Masculinities (11/1/07; PCA/ACA, 3/19/08-3/22/08)

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 7:45pm
William C. Harris

CFP: Queer Masculinities (11/1/07; PCA/ACA, 3/19/08-3/22/08)

2008 Popular Culture/American Culture Associations National Conference

March 19-22, 2008
San Francisco Marriott
San Francisco, California

For more information on the PCA/ACA, please go to http:www.h-net.org/~pcaaca. The
conference website is http:www.pcaaca.org

PROPOSAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE UPDATE: NOVEMBER 1, 2007

We are considering proposals for sessions organized around a theme, special panels, and/or
individual papers. Sessions are scheduled in 1 hour slots, usually with 4 papers/speakers per
session.

CFP: [Collections] Portals: Comparative Literature Journal (grad

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 4:33pm
clsa_at_sfsu.edu

Call for Papers

Portals: A Journal of Comparative Literature is a graduate student journal
published by the Comparative Literature Association of San Francisco State
University.

Portals invites original, critical essay submissions that explore
comparative literary topics across cultural, regional, linguistic, and
temporal boundaries for the Spring 2008 issue.

Submission Guidelines

CFP: [American] Motorcycle Life and Culture

updated: 
Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - 3:59pm
Dannette Ewers

Call For Papers:
MOTORCYCLE LIFE AND CULTURE

Annual Meeting of the PCA/ACA Southwest/Texas
February 13-16, 2008 Hyatt Regency, Albuquerque, New Mexico

The Popular Culture Association and American Culture
Associations is inviting papers on motorcycling
and its impact on American and other societies and cultures.

Suggested topics include:

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