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CFP: Culture, Theory and Critique: Noise (6/1/04; journal issue)

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Karen Eng <[log in to unmask]>

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

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>
>CULTURE, THEORY AND CRITIQUE
>
>Call for papers (2 - open issue and special issue on 'Noise') and
>contents of 44.1.
>
>Unless specified otherwise, please direct all correspondence regarding
>CTC to: [log in to unmask]  ; apologies for cross-postings.
>
>For full details on _Culture, Theory and Critique_, submission
>information, instructions to authors, a free online sample copy and
>contents listings from volume 43 on, please visit the journal's website
>at:
>
>http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/routledge/14735784.htm
>
>_Culture, Theory and Critique_ is an interdisciplinary journal for the
>transformation and development of critical theories in the humanities
>and social sciences. It aims to critique and reconstruct theories by
>interfacing them with one another and by relocating them in new sites
>and conjunctures. _Culture, Theory and Critique's_ approach to
>theoretical refinement and innovation is one of interaction and
>hybridisation via recontextualisation and transculturation. The
>reconceptualisation of critical theories is achieved by:
>
>* assessing how well theories emerging from particular spatial,
>cultural, geographical and historical contexts travel and translate into
>new conjunctures.
>
>* confronting theories with their limitations or aporias through
>immanent critique.
>
>* applying theories to cultural, literary, social and political
>phenomena in order to test them against their respective fields of
>concern and to generate critical feedback.
>
>* interfacing theories from different intellectual, disciplinary and
>institutional settings.
>
>_Culture, Theory and Critique_ publishes one special issue and one open
>issue per volume.
>
>JUST PUBLISHED. VOLUME 44.1 April 2003.
>
>Special Issue: Images and text.
>
>Editor's Introduction
>
>Jon Simons
>
>What Does Pierce's Sign Theory Have to Say to Art History?
>
>James Elkins
>
>Adventures in Subsemiotics: Towards a New 'Object' and Writing of Visual
>Culture.
>
>Sunil Manghani
>
>Reading and Writing the Passions in Duchenne de Boulogne's M=E9canisme
>de la Physionomie Humaine
>
>Virginia Liberatore
>
>Symbol, Idol and Murti: Hindu God-Iamges and the Politics of Mediation
>
>Gregory Price Grieve
>
>From Description to Depiction: Free Indirect Discourse and Online
>Garphical Chat
>
>Ken Hillis
>
>The Cinematic Mode of Production: Towards a Political Economy of the
>Postmodern
>
>Jonathan Beller
>
>
>
>CALL FOR PAPERS - OPEN ISSUES
>
>Inquiries for open issues should be directed to: [log in to unmask]
>
>Submissions for open issues should be sent to _Culture, Theory and
>Critique, Department of Hispanic and Latin American Studies, University
>of Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2RD, UK. Submissions for the open issues
>may be sent at any time.
>
>Submissions are subject to peer review.
>
>
>CALL FOR PAPERS: SPECIAL ISSUE, MAY 2005 'NOISE'.
>
>Today, noise is breaking away from the status of undesirable phenomenon
>bestowed upon it by traditional communications theory. No longer merely
>an undesirable element to be eradicated so as to retain the purity of
>the original signal, noise is infecting expression from all realms,
>spawning genres and movements, complexifying rather than destroying
>semantics. Indeed, noise has become an integral part of our late modern
>condition, and not only because of the amount of noise produced by late
>industrial and digital societies. It is perhaps only natural that we
>attempt to insulate ourselves from this latter noise, but to treat all
>noise in this way, to attempt to eradicate *all* forms of noise is
>fundamentally to disavow the ground on which our every expression is
>transmitted. This issue of _Culture, Theory and Critique_ will aim to
>listen to (or look at) noise in all of its guises both literal and
>metaphorical, to restore noise to its rightful place and to examine the
>ways in which noise can refigure existing theories, theories which also
>at times collude in this politics of noise reduction.
>
>Amongst the key issues to be addressed in this volume will be:
>
>* Manifestations of noise in culture (noise music, post-digital music,
>static, hiss, snow and other complex frequencies).
>
>* The 'silent' noise behind various communicational acts (what is at
>stake when mistaking this noise for silence?)
>
>* The construction of meaning (why is it that meaning is challenged by
>noise and what does meaning arise from?)
>
>* The politics of noise (does noise indeed signal a new political
>economy as Attali claimed? is noise revolt?)
>
>* Noise and hybridity (does hybridity challenge a noiseless economy?)
>
>* Should noise and noisiness be maintained (or perhaps maintained solely
>as an outside) or is a politics of noise reduction justified?
>
>* Does noise constitute a possible alterity?
>
>Inquiries and submissions should be directed to: Dr Greg Hainge, School
>of Humanities, University of Adelaide, SA 5005, Australia.
>[log in to unmask]
>
>and to: Dr Paul Hegarty, Department of French, University College Cork,
>Cork, Ireland. [log in to unmask]
>
>Deadline for submissions: 1 June 2004.
>
>Antonio L=E1zaro-Reboll
>Lecturer in Spanish
>School of European Culture and Languages
>Cornwallis Building
>University of Kent
>Canterbury, Kent
>CT2 7NF
>
>Tel:+441227823205 (direct line)
>[log in to unmask]
>
>Antonio L=E1zaro-Reboll
>Editorial Assistant
>Culture, Theory and Critique
>http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/routledge/14735784.html
>

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