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CFP: [Theory] "After Effects: Performing the Ends of Memory" Performance Paradigm 2009

updated: 
Thursday, June 19, 2008 - 6:37am
Caroline Wake

With apologies for cross-postings ...
 
Call for Papers
 
PERFORMANCE PARADIGM (# 5) 2009
 
After Effects: Performing the Ends of Memory
 
This issue of Performance Paradigm investigates the role of performance
in the lived experiences and discourses of trauma and memory. Alongside
trauma studies, Performance studies foregrounds models of witnessing,
embodiment and rehearsal to examine why and how trauma is represented and
what work these representations do in the world. For some, performance
provides a social space in which to act out as well as work through
personal trauma. For others, performance facilitates processes of

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] "After Effects: Performing the Ends of Memory" Performance Paradigm 2009

updated: 
Thursday, June 19, 2008 - 6:37am
Caroline Wake

With apologies for cross-postings ...
 
Call for Papers
 
PERFORMANCE PARADIGM (# 5) 2009
 
After Effects: Performing the Ends of Memory
 
This issue of Performance Paradigm investigates the role of performance
in the lived experiences and discourses of trauma and memory. Alongside
trauma studies, Performance studies foregrounds models of witnessing,
embodiment and rehearsal to examine why and how trauma is represented and
what work these representations do in the world. For some, performance
provides a social space in which to act out as well as work through
personal trauma. For others, performance facilitates processes of

CFP: [Collections] "After Effects: Performing the Ends of Memory" Performance Paradigm 2009

updated: 
Thursday, June 19, 2008 - 6:37am
Caroline Wake

With apologies for cross-postings ...
 
Call for Papers
 
PERFORMANCE PARADIGM (# 5) 2009
 
After Effects: Performing the Ends of Memory
 
This issue of Performance Paradigm investigates the role of performance
in the lived experiences and discourses of trauma and memory. Alongside
trauma studies, Performance studies foregrounds models of witnessing,
embodiment and rehearsal to examine why and how trauma is represented and
what work these representations do in the world. For some, performance
provides a social space in which to act out as well as work through
personal trauma. For others, performance facilitates processes of

CFP: [Theatre] "After Effects: Performing the Ends of Memory" Performance Paradigm 2009

updated: 
Thursday, June 19, 2008 - 6:36am
Caroline Wake

With apologies for cross-postings ...
 
Call for Papers
 
PERFORMANCE PARADIGM (# 5) 2009
 
After Effects: Performing the Ends of Memory
 
This issue of Performance Paradigm investigates the role of performance
in the lived experiences and discourses of trauma and memory. Alongside
trauma studies, Performance studies foregrounds models of witnessing,
embodiment and rehearsal to examine why and how trauma is represented and
what work these representations do in the world. For some, performance
provides a social space in which to act out as well as work through
personal trauma. For others, performance facilitates processes of

CFP: [General] Cather, Chicago and Modernsim

updated: 
Wednesday, June 18, 2008 - 6:42pm
Beth Burke

CALL FOR PAPERS

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the Cather Foundation (Red Cloud,
NE) present

The International Cather Seminar 2009
Cather, Chicago and Modernism
June 25-28, 2009
University Center, Chicago, IL

CFP: [Medieval] Medieval Passions conference at St Francis Xavier

updated: 
Wednesday, June 18, 2008 - 5:57pm
Cory James Rushton

Medieval Cultures at X is pleased to announce an interdisciplinary
conference on the topic of Medieval Passions. The conference will be held
at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, on October 2-
3rd, 2008. Proposals for 20-minute papers in any discipline related to the
study of the Middle Ages are due by August 1st 2008. Possible relevant
topics include but are not limited to:
        
Martyrs and Martyrology

Ascetic suffering

Christ’s Passion

        Passion in medieval romance

Passion and gender

        Passion and ethnicity

        Passion and the aristocratic court

Theory, philosophy and history of passions and/or emotions

CFP: [International] Art, Religion, Identity

updated: 
Wednesday, June 18, 2008 - 12:14pm
Alana M. Vincent

Art, Religion, Identity:
An interdisciplinary symposium
Hosted by
The University of Glasgow
Graduate School of Arts and Humanities
23-24 September 2008

Keynote Speakers:
Professor Melissa Raphael-Levine (University of Gloucestershire)
Professor Shulamit Reinharz (Brandeis University)
Dr. Laura Levitt (Temple University)

Call for Papers

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