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LUIGI BOCCHERINI (1743-1805)

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Monday, November 8, 2010 - 3:45am
CENTRO STUDI OPERA OMNIA LUIGI BOCCHERINI

First International Conference
LUIGI BOCCHERINI (1743-1805)

ORGANISED BY: Centro Studi Opera Omnia Luigi Boccherini, Lucca
and Palazzetto Bru Zane - Centre de musique romantique française, Venice

DATES: 1-3 December 2011

LOCATION: Lucca (Italy), Palazzo Ducale

[Reminder] CFP: Korean Horror Cinema (Edited Collection, EUP, 2012)

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Monday, November 8, 2010 - 2:41am
Daniel Martin, Queen's University Belfast & Alison Peirse, University of Northumbria

Call For Papers: Korean Horror Cinema (Edinburgh University Press, 2012)

Edited by Alison Peirse and Daniel Martin

Abstracts are sought for a collection on Korean Horror Cinema to be published by Edinburgh University Press in 2012. Deadline for proposals: 1 December 2010

Constructions of Risk (CFP deadline Dec. 7, conference Feb. 24)

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Monday, November 8, 2010 - 2:13am
Centre for Women's and Gender Studies (Graduate Student Association), University of British Columbia

CALL FOR PAPERS
Constructions of Risk

What is at stake when risk is invoked? While risk is understood differently in various academic fields and social locations, risk categories are often used to construct groups or individuals in specific ways. For this interdisciplinary conference to be held at UBC on February 24, 2011, we invite your explorations of risk in areas including (but not limited to) health, education, youth, sex, disability, and violence. You may wish to consider the following:

CFP: The Ridiculously Violent in Science Fiction (EXTENDED to 11/14/10; ICFA 32 3/16/11-3/20/11)

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Monday, November 8, 2010 - 12:51am
Andrew Ferguson / University of Virginia

Participants are being sought for a paper session on violence considered or depicted as ridiculous, for the 32nd annual International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts.

Possible topics include slapstick, gallows humor, spatterpunk/gore, gleeful dismemberment, ero guro, Grand Guignol, or any other form of over-the-top grotesquerie or violence taken to a ridiculous extreme (in keeping with the conference theme, The Ridiculous in the Fantastic) in science-fiction literature, television, cinema, graphic narrative, or any other medium.

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