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GERMAN-CFP-L October 2006

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CFP: Aesthetics and Radical Politics (UK) (12/15/06; 2/2/07)

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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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>Subject: CFP: Aesthetics and Radical Politics (UK) (12/15/06; 2/2/07)
>From: <[log in to unmask]>
>
>CALL FOR PAPERS, COLLABORATIONS AND INTERVENTIONS: AESTHETICS AND
>RADICAL POLITICS
>Fri 2nd Feb 2007, University of Manchester
>
>Sponsored by the SGSA
>www.sgsa.org.uk
>
>
>There has always been a strong connection historically between
>aesthetics and radical politics, and this is no less true for the
>global justice movement's current preoccupation with cultural
>approaches to political action. This conference seeks to bring
>radical artists, activists, theorists and academics together to
>discuss past and present convergences between the theories and
>practices of artists and writers and the theories and practices of
>movements for radical social change.
>
>There is already a massive amount of literature on Marxist
>approaches to aesthetics, art and literature, and whilst we welcome
>papers engaging with such approaches, we would also encourage
>presentations and discussions that address these issues from other
>radical critical positions - whether they be anarchist, autonomist,
>ecological or otherwise. Such perspectives have often been
>overlooked historically, but it is arguable that they now more
>centrally influence the activities of radical artists and
>activists.
>
>The event will be defined by those who participate. What would you
>like to see happen? What kind of discussions do you think are
>important? Would you like to present a paper, facilitate a
>discussion, propose a panel presentation, organise a workshop or
>contribute in other ways?
>
>
>We imagine papers, discussions & workshops about things like:
>
>
>Carnivalesque protest and theatrical interventions
>Affect and political action
>Art-activism
>Anarchist literary criticism
>Situationism and its reception by contemporary activists
>'Second wave' anarchism and culture - John Moore, Hakim Bey etc.
>Anarchism and Modernism
>Cultural production and immaterial labour
>Anarchism and poststructuralism
>The politics of the avant-garde
>Anarchist fiction, biographies and autobiographies
>
>
>ACADEMIC PAPERS:
>
>Please submit an abstract of no more than 500 words, along with a
>brief biographical introduction. Papers from all perspectives will
>be considered. Papers should aim to be accessible and to encourage
>discussion. We are also considering publishing selected papers in a
>special issue of Anarchist Studies.
>
>WORKSHOPS & FACILITATED DISCUSSIONS:
>
>Please send us a proposal (1 page at most) which addresses the
>following questions:
>
>* how long would you want for your session (e.g., 1 or 2 hours)? *
>do you want to limit the number of participants? If so, how many? *
>what are the aims of the session? What do you envision coming out
>of it? * how does the session work toward those aims? * what
>experience would you bring to the session? *
>
>DEADLINE: December 15th 2006.
>
>REGISTRATION: Costs of participation have yet to be determined but
>will be kept to an absolute minimum and on a sliding scale. If
>possible, we also aim to provide a small number of travel grants.
>Please contact us to be kept up to date on these details.
>
>GROUPS:
>
>We welcome groups interested in aesthetics and radical politics to
>participate by organising workshops, sending folk along or
>providing materials for distribution (whole info stalls or bunches
>of leaflets, flyers, etc).
>
>ARTS & ENTERTAINMENTS:
>
>Proposals toward evening entertainments, artistic interventions,
>etc very welcome!
>
>CONTACT for submissions, proposals, registration, etc :
>
>
>Gavin Grindon [log in to unmask]
>
>Gavin Grindon
>Department of English and American Studies
>University of Manchester
>Oxford Road
>Manchester
>M13 9PL
>United Kingdom
>
>For updates see:
>www.sgsa.org.uk/Call_for_Papers/Aesthetics_and_Radical_Politics

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