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GERMAN-CFP-L February 2003

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CFP: Art - Communication - Power (3/31/03; Salzburg, 9/28/03-10/1/03)

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Stefani Engelstein <[log in to unmask]>

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

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Wed, 12 Feb 2003 15:52:28 -0600

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>Source: <http://www-personal.umd.umich.edu/~jvansant/calls.htm>.
>________________________________________________________
>
>6th Austrian Contemporary History Conference
>
>Art – Communication – Power
>
>Salzburg, September 28 to October 1, 2003
>
>The 6th Austrian Contemporary History Conference is being hosted by the
>University of Salzburg’s Department of History. This year’s theme is
>“Art – Communication – Power.” The theme has been conceived as a way to
>kick off or intensify an innovative encounter with the role of “art.”
>The arts deal intensively and (self-)reflectively with socially
>relevant issues of the recent past and are thus an essential and
>sensitive indicator of socio-historical change.
>
>Art’s role and its respective constructions and interpretations of the
>past and the present have barely left a trace in the analyses of
>contemporary historiography, a scholarly field which—with a few
>significant exceptions—has, until now, hardly conceived of itself as
>one oriented on cultural history. Whereas the general public also finds
>aesthetic pleasure in museums and historical exhibitions, in historical
>films and documentaries, mainstream contemporary historical research
>has done little up to now to come to terms with questions of art and
>culture and to adapt the approaches of cultural studies and the
>linguistic turn to its own ends.
>
>Our perception of current and historical reality is very essentially
>mediated by communication, which, above all by means of audiovisual
>media, TV, film and the Internet, produces and disseminates historical
>images that make a powerful impact. We call for a discussion within the
>framework of this Contemporary History Conference of how the history of
>communications and a critical analysis of past and present medial
>realities can be integrated into contemporary historical research.
>Power is one of the “classic” analytical categories in the field of
>contemporary historical research. The debates and discussions held
>during this conference ought to integrate this category as well with
>the new fields, perspectives and methods of research mentioned above.
>Focal-point issues are thus the relationships between politics and
>pubic opinion formation, the question of discourses and forms of
>communication that tend to enhance and support the formation of power,
>as well as public policymaking with respect to art and culture.
>This call for papers is addressed to all interested historians as well
>as to scholars in the social sciences, in the arts and in the field of
>cultural studies. The organizers especially encourage younger scholars
>to submit papers.
>
>Whenever possible, proposals should be submitted as complete panels. We
>respectfully request that you keep gender parity in mind when forming
>your panel. We also welcome papers from individual scholars; the
>organizers will form panels for the presentation of these papers. Each
>panel will be allocated 60 minutes plus 30 minutes for discussion. In
>addition to papers and panel proposals, we very much look forward to
>receiving proposals for presentations with relevance to contemporary
>history that utilize audiovisual media. Such proposals should include
>complete information about the technical infrastructure they require.
>
>Your proposals should contain the following information:
>
>For complete panels:
>Title of the panel, three panel members with their respective topics
>(15 minutes each), abstracts of the planned addresses, brief bios,
>selected bibliographies, chair.
>
>For individual addresses (15 minutes each):
>Title, abstract of the planned address, brief bio, selected
>bibliography.
>
>We plan to publish the proceedings in print form; therefore, we
>respectfully request that papers be submitted by e-mail or on diskette
>by October 31, 2003 to enable us to complete the necessary editorial
>work within the project’s budget.
>
>Open Forum
>In addition to an encounter with the general theme “Art – Communication
>– Power,” the 2003 Contemporary History Conference is also meant to be
>a forum for the presentation of current research projects on
>contemporary Austrian history. We welcome the submission of papers (15
>minutes maximum) as well as poster and video presentations.Please
>submit proposals by March 31, 2003 to:
>
>The University of Salzburg
>Department of History
>Office of the Austrian Contemporary History Conference
>ATTN: Ms. Elisabeth Polndorfer
>Rudolfskai 42
>5020 Salzburg, Austria
>Fax: 43 662 8044 413
>E-mail: [log in to unmask]
>
>Organizers:
>Ingrid Bauer, Helga Embacher, Ernst Hanisch, Albert Lichtblau, Gerald
>Sprengnagel
>The Department of History of the University of Salzburg
>Boltzmann Institute for Social and Cultural History, Salzburg

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