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>(dis)junctions: morphing the written word (april 11-12, 2003)
>This call for papers is for a proposed panel to be held at
>"(dis)junctions: morphing the written word," the University of
>California Riverside's 10th Annual Humanities Conference. It will take
>place April 11-12, 2003.
>Contributors are invited to submit abstracts on or relating to any
>aspect of the Bauhaus. These may include discussions of the ideological
>origins of the Bauhaus, specific workshops, teaching practices, the
>absence of a =93Bauhaus style=94, movements that influenced the
>Bauhaus and vice versa, or the Nazi closing of the Bauhaus.
>Multidisciplinary approaches are highly encouraged.
>One page abstracts should be emailed to: [log in to unmask] by
>February 14th, 2003. Please put the text in the body of the message-- no
>attachments. The subject line should read: =93(dis)junctions, Bauhaus
>Abstract=94. For more information, please refer to CFP: Humanities:
>morphing the written word, or visit our website at
>(dis)junctions: morphing the written word
>The University of California, Riverside's Tenth Annual Humanities