>From: "Michael Sayeau" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Long Modernism (4/1/05; MSA, 11/3/05-11/5/05)
>Modernist Studies Association 7th Annual Conference
>November 3-6, 2005
>Proposed panel: Long Modernism
>It is possible to find elements of modernism at just about any
>historical moment, but that doesn't mean art has always been modernist.
>How far back/forward should we push modernism? Should it refer generally
>to the writing of modernity? Or some smaller subset? Is the answer
>different in different national traditions? What do we gain with each
>expansion, and what do we lose?
>We invite proposals that explore these and other questions about the
>periodization of modernism-whether in general or in the case of specific
>authors or artists. Selected proposals will be submitted as part of an
>application for a panel at the Modernist Studies Association annual
>meeting to be held in Chicago, November 3-5, 2005.
>By April 1, please send a 300 word abstract together with a brief CV to
>Michael Sayeau & Evan Horowitz at [log in to unmask]
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