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GERMAN-CFP-L  September 2002

GERMAN-CFP-L September 2002

Subject:

CFP: Premodern Texts and Hypertexts (10/10/02; ACLA, 4/4/03-4/6/03)

From:

Stefani Engelstein <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

German Studies CFP Forum <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 26 Sep 2002 11:09:08 -0500

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>Annual Meeting of the ACLA 2003
>April 4-6, 2003 at California State University, San Marcos
>
>
>New Media? Premodern Texts and Hypertexts
>
>We invite papers for a panel session to be held at the ACLA 2003 conference
>in San Diego, CA, April 4-6. This panel seeks to (re)insert the medievalsí
>excitement about
>their "new media" into current popular and academic discussions about media.
>Though the panel is specifically interested in analyzing new communication
>technologies and modes of expression introduced before 1550, we hope to
>promote collaborations among people who might not ordinarily think of their
>work in terms of "media studies." For example, we imagine bringing together
>early book and manuscript specialists with archeologists and paint chemists;
>textual editing with hypertext and computer technologies; educational
>historians with experts on medieval music, and the like.
>
>Possible "new media" topics include:
>
>ink and paint--medieval artists and calligraphers working with new ink
>formulae, new colors
>
>glass--creating the colored glass necessary to the new medieval narratives
>of stained glass windows
>
>wax--new medieval formulae for sealing wax; for wax notepads and notarial
>boards
>
>texts--development of punctuation; marginalia and expansion of the footnote;
>the alphabetical index
>
>poetry and song--new medieval forms (Villon, poetry, and criminal
>slang/cant)
>
>music--new musical instruments and development of notation
>
>surfaces--development of forms and surfaces of paper; stone; wood
>
>instructional media--how and when do slate/chalkboards get established and
>disseminated?
>
>maps, later globes, graphs and charts--how they are slowly developed out of
>figurae?
>
>library catalogues and categories in the Middle Ages; the indexing of books
>
>communication with the spirits/angels through relics, shrines, other
>antennae
>
>news--the very notion of news in the Middle Ages, through rumor and debates
>about novelty and fiction; chronicling and the idea of interviewing
>information--how was the new availability of information distinguished, if
>at all, from wisdom, knowledge, legal evidence, etc?
>
>Please send an abstract or description of your 20-30 minute paper or
>hands-on lab by October 10, 2002 to [log in to unmask] (queries are also
>welcome). Further conference information can be found at
>http://lynx.csusm.edu/acla2003/
>
>Laurel Amtower
>Department of English and Comparative Literature
>San Diego State University
>5500 Campanile Drive
>San Diego, CA 92182-8140
>

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