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>>11th Annual German Graduate Studies Conference entitled:
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>>Death & Seduction in German History & Literature
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>>Sponsored by the Department of Germanic Languages and
>>Literatures
>>And the Corcoran Department of History
>>Of the University of Virginia
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>>Possible Topics:
>>- Androgyny
>>- Transgender Perspectives
>>- The Macabre
>>- The Risque
>>- Purity of (in) Expressionism
>>- Romance and Tragedy as Genre
>>- Enchantment
>>- Ideology
>>- Wanderlust
>>- The Metropolis as Seductress
>>- Eros and Thanatos
>>- Masks and Masquerades
>>- Sex as Means of Production
>>- Aestheticization of Death
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>>Presentations should be no longer than 15-20 minutes.
>>Housing will be provided. Limited travel grants may be
>>awarded. Please submit a one page abstract to:
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>>Anna Baker
>>University of Virginia German Department
>>108 Cocke Hall
>>Charlottesville, VA 22903
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>>Fax: 434-924-6700 (ATTN: Graduate Studies Conference)
>>http://www.virginia.edu/german/graduate/gradconference.htm
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>>Submission Deadline: December 12, 2003
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