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CFP: “Skandal! Artistic Scandals around the Turn of the Century” (NeMLA 2020) (15.9.2019)

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Sarah Koellner <[log in to unmask]>

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

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Wed, 5 Jun 2019 14:55:26 -0500

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Skandal! Artistic Scandals around the Turn of the Century

While the openness of western liberal societies, according to Klettenhammer (2007), makes it difficult for artists and public figures alike to cause scandals in contemporary society, the “Kulturbetrieb” witnessed a rapid increase of artistic scandals at the turn of the century. Such scandals ranged from plagiarism in Helen Hegemann’s Axolotl Roadkill, the liberation of female sexuality in Charlotte Roche’s Feuchtgebiete, personal right violations in works of autofiction such as Maxim Biller’s Esra, media hate campaigns against the Austrian author Stefanie Sargnagel, to the “Schmähkritik” by Jan Böhmermann. All scandals mentioned above had in common that they are triggers, symptoms, and provocations against socially constructed boundaries and limitations of the “Kulturbetrieb.” These boundaries were once more recalibrated on the institutional level, with the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2017, when right-wing publishing houses utilized its public platform to claim that they were “ausgegrenzt” from the “Kulturbetrieb.” What followed was an extensive debate on the legal concept of free speech and the implications of censorship on the institutional level.

This panel seeks papers in English and German that zoom in on mechanisms, methods, and contributions of artistic scandals in contemporary German-speaking society at the turn of the century. By aiming to reflect upon the institutions that constitute those norms in the first place, individual contributions can focus on the representation, performance, and staging of artistic violations of societal, political, and legal norms. Individual submissions may grapple with, but are not limited to the following questions: What constitutes artistic scandals in the first place? What is the role of artists, media, and the public in mediating the different phases of such scandals? Which factors make a scandal successful and how do they change over time? What are recurring patterns, themes, and tropes of scandalization that are shared by the artists and public figures? Which artists use (self)scandalization and provocation for their positioning in the artistic field?

Please submit a 300 word abstract by September 15, 2019 to https://cfplist.com/nemla/Home/S/18143 (Use the link to submit the abstract.)
Panel Organizer: Sarah Koellner [log in to unmask]

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