>From: "Nhora Lucia Serrano" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Medieval Lives,
>Media-Cities--Medieval Visions, Modern Spaces
>(12/15/06; CLC, 3/15/07-3/16/07)
>CALL FOR PAPERS FOR PANEL entitled "Medieval lives,
>media-cities--Medieval visions, modern spaces."
>This panel is part of the 42nd Annual Comparative
>Literature Conference, 15-16 March 2007--California State
>University, Long Beach. This yearís conference topic is
>ìWomen, Sexuality, and Early Modern Studies.î
>"Medieval lives, media-cities--Medieval visions, modern
>This panel will explore the layered temporality of the
>city. We will explore the image of the city as imagined by
>global technologies and local aspirations; we will look at
>the signs and codes by which the cities live.
>In addition, we will look at cinematic mappings of the
>metropolis and issues of urban polarization. The panel
>will explore the technologies and cultural practices which
>make city spaces exist in more than one temporal
>location and which make them function as archive of both
>the medieval and the modern.
>Please email abstracts of 150- 300 words to:
>"Pravina Cooper" <[log in to unmask]> OR
>Nhora Serrano <[log in to unmask]>
>Deadline for paper proposals: December 15, 2006.
>Nhora Lucia Serrano, Ph.D.
>Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature
>Dept. of Comparative World Literature & Classics
>California State University, Long Beach
>Long Beach, CA 90850
>work tele: (562) 985-1589
>fax: (562) 985-4863
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