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>From: Jessica Wurster <[log in to unmask]>
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>PRINT CULTURE AND THE CITY
>March 26th-27th 2004
>Department of Art History and Communications Studies
>McGill University, MontrČal
>
>Conference organizers:
>Kevin John Bozelka
>Danielle Schwartz
>Will Straw
>Jessica Wurster
>
>
>The Department of Art History and Communications Studies and The
>Culture of Cities Project at McGill University invite proposals for
>an interdisciplinary conference on Print Culture and the City. This
>conference will seek to stimulate dialogue and debate on the
>relationship between print culture and urban life. Papers may address
>a variety of forms of urban print culture: periodicals, newspapers,
>advertisements, flyers, books, broadsheets, calendars, posters, maps,
>etc.
>
>Papers are expected to be no more than 20 minutes in duration. An
>abstract of 300-350 words should be submitted by September 1st.
>Potential presenters are asked to submit a short biography (2-3
>lines) and full contact information with their proposals.
>
>The organizers intend that this conference will allow substantial
>amounts of time for discussion. Therefore, a limited number of papers
>will be accepted.
>
>Send abstracts to Jessica Wurster at:
>
>Department of Art History and Communications Studies
>McGill University
>853 Sherbrooke Street W.
>MontrČal, QC H3A 2T6
>Canada
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>or  [log in to unmask]
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>
>--
>Jessica Wurster
>Department of Art History and Communication Studies
>McGill University
>Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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