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GERMAN-CFP-L October 2004

Subject:

CFP: Authorship in Film and Television (2/1/05; journal issue)

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Megan McKinstry <[log in to unmask]>

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

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Thu, 7 Oct 2004 12:43:49 -0500

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>From: [log in to unmask]
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>Subject: CFP: Authorship in Film and Television (2/1/05; journal issue)
>
>Call for Papers: THE VELVET LIGHT TRAP
>A CRITICAL JOURNAL OF FILM AND TELEVISION STUDIES
>Issue #57: Authorship
>
>Almost since the earliest constructions of the moving image, notions of
>authorship have been developed and alternately contested.  While such aspects
>as authorsí roles, creative circumstances, and perceived autonomy
>change across
>cultures and across time, the idea of ìauthorshipî has persistedóeven in
>discourse that has proclaimed the very death of the author.  Perhaps owing its
>greatest historical debt to auteur theory, authorship has, in cycles, both
>embraced this idea and attempted to disengage itself from that
>ideal.  To date,
>authorship remains a complex aspect of media theory, possibly because no one
>theory of authorship can account for the range of authorship experiences and
>diversity of authored products thriving in contemporary societies.
>
>Issue #57 of the Velvet Light Trap will explore authorship as it
>relates to and
>is a product of historical and contemporary discourse.  We are particularly
>interested in articles that highlight the changing discourse on authorship in
>media theory.  The editors are also seeking submissions that address the
>historical evolution of product branding and promotion through authorship, in
>particular as it affects media distribution and consumption patterns.
>Submissions from a variety of analytical approaches are strongly encouraged,
>including reception, political economy, textual analysis, discourse theory,
>historiography, feminism, queer theory, critical race theory, psychoanalysis
>and any other methods in cultural studies.
>
>Possible topics for this issue include, but are not limited to:
>
>*Challenges to and/or reaffirmation of auteur theory
>*Notions of authorship, mastery, and the canon
>*Cooperative authorship practices and other complications of ìthe masterî
>filmmaker
>*Ideology and authorship
>*The resurgence of the documentary as privileged formóincluding increased
>visibility of the documentarian as author, public figure, and/or political
>figure
>*Reality TVís treatment of authorship in its productions
>*Product branding via authorship, including trends towards the Producer/Author
>and Actor/Author
>*Authorship and representation of national identities, interests, dominant and
>alternative voices
>*Agenda-setting and authorship
>*Historical perspectives of authorship
>*Popular valorizations of authors
>*The valorization or devalorization of authorship in industry, including
>persisting ìold guardî notions of authorship
>*De- or re-mythologizing the author through metatexts, e.g. DVD features, A&E
>Biography episodes, IFC programs, Behind the Scenes, Extra, etc.,
>including the
>entertainment press or ìgossip industriesî
>*Alternative notions of authorship
>*Alternative outlets for authored materials
>*Censorship
>*Plagiarism, Intertextuality, Homage, Notions of ìoriginalityî
>*Methodologies and authorship, e.g. reception studies, audiences, and/or
>cultural studies approaches to fandom in relation to authorship
>*Pedagogy and theories of authorship
>*Fostering authorship in classroom settings, e.g. teaching
>screenwriting through
>editing and music composition, including practices that result in
>circumscribing
>authorship
>
>To be considered for publication, papers should include a 100-200
>word abstract,
>be between 15 and 25 pages, double-spaced, in MLA style, with the
>authorís name
>and contact information included only on the cover page.  Authors are
>responsible for acquiring related visual images and the associated copyrights.
>Queries regarding potential submissions also are welcome.  For more
>information
>or to submit a query, please contact Jean Lauer at [log in to unmask]
>All submissions are due February 1, 2005.  Submit five copies of the paper to:
>
>The Velvet Light Trap
>C/o The Department of Radio-Television-Film
>University of Texas at Austin
>1 University Station, A0800
>Austin, TX, 78712-0108
>
>The Velvet Light Trap is an academic, refereed journal of film and television
>studies published semi-annually by University of Texas Press.  Issues are
>coordinated alternately by graduate students at the University of Texas-Austin
>and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  After a prescreening, articles are
>anonymously refereed by specialist readers of the journalís Editorial Advisory
>Board, which includes such notable scholars as Charles Acland, Alexander Doty,
>David William Foster, Bambi Haggins, Heather Hendershot, Charlie Kiel, Michele
>Malach, Dan Marcus, Nina Martin, Walter Metz, Jason Mittle, James Morrison,
>Hamid Naficy, Karla Oeler, Lisa Parks, and Malcolm Turvey.
>
>

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The German Studies Call for Papers List
Editor: Stefani Engelstein
Assistant Editor:  Meghan McKinstry
Sponsored by the University of Missouri
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