>This call for papers is for a proposed panel to be
>held at "(dis)junctions: Romancing Heteroglossia" at
>the University of California Riverside's 11th Annual
>Humanities Conference. The graduate student
>conference will be held April 9-10, 2004.
>Contributors are invited to submit papers on any
>aspect of virtuality, cyborg identity, or
>post-humanity including (but not limited to) the
>-- the Internet or cyberspace.
>-- questions of the virtual, including virtual
>realities outside the electronic realm, and how these
>virtualities shape our understanding of the world.
>-- the status of the body or embodiment since the
>publication of Donna Haraway's groundbreaking essay,
>"The Cyborg Manifesto."
>-- post-human identities
>-- ergonomics and the problems of repetitive motion
>-- the limits and potentials of gesturality at the
>Abstracts of 250 words should be e-mailed to
>[log in to unmask] by March 8, 2004. Text should be
>included in the body of the e-mail; please no
>attachments. It sending by mail, use the following
>disjunctions, romancing heteroglossia
>Department of English
>Riverside, California 92527-0323
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