>Subject: CFP: High-, Middle-, Lowbrow (9/30/06; CSA, 4/19/07-4/21/07)
>From: "Heather Steffen" <[log in to unmask]>
>Call for Papers: High-, Middle-, Lowbrow
>A panel for the Fifth Annual Cultural Studies
>Association meeting at Portland State
>University, April 19-21, 2007.
>This panel seeks papers that explore the concept
>of the žbrowsÓ of taste as they function in
>contemporary cultural studies. Do the brows
>have any heuristic or descriptive value in the
>twenty-first century? Are they more useful as a
>way of understanding the past? What can they
>help us say about the way cultural texts build
>cultural capital or destroy it? How are they
>linked to or separated from socioeconomic class?
>Proposals for papers on any of these questions
>as well as related inquiries are welcome, as are
>papers that will use the brows to understand a
>certain literary, filmic, or popular text.
>Please send a 500-word abstract and a
>one-paragraph biography to
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