>From: "Zina Rodriguez" <[log in to unmask]>
>Conceptualizing Film and Photography in the Mechanical Age
>This call for papers is for a proposed panel to be held at ì(Dis)Junctions:
>Morphing the Written Wordî at the University of California Riversideís 10th
>Annual Humanities Conference on April 11-12, 2003.
>Contributors are invited to submit papers on any aspect of twentieth century
>film or photography including (but not limited to) the following topics:
>-Modernism and Postmodern theory and its intersections with twentieth
>century film and/or photography. Such interrogations can include discussions
>surrounding Walter Benjaminís seminal essay, ìThe Work of Art in the
>Mechanical Age of Reproduction.î
>-Exploration of the presence of film and/or photography in such literary
>works by such authors as Italo Calvino, Julio Cortazar, Michel Tournier, or
>other works that feature photography and film within the text.
>-Critical investigations of adaptations of the book to film.
>One page abstracts of 250 words should be emailed to
>[log in to unmask] by February 14, 2003. Text should be
>included in the body of the email; please no attachments. For more
>information, please refer to our general CFP: Humanities: morphing the
>written word or log on to our website listed below. If sending by mail, use
>the following address:
>Disjunctions, UCRís 10th Annual Conference
>Department of English
>Riverside, CA 92527-0323