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>From: Tina Stavropoulos <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: (dis)junctions: Politicized Aesthetics (1/7/05; 4/8/05-4/9/05)
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>(dis)junctions: theory reloaded (april 8-9, 2005)
>Politicized Aesthetics
>
>This call for papers is for a proposed panel to be
>held at (dis)junctions: theory reloaded at the
>University of California Riversideís 12th Annual
>Humanities Graduate Conference on April 8-9, 2005.
>
>Contributors are invited to submit papers on any
>aspect of art/literature and politics and the ways in
>which these two categories intersect and overlap.
>Potential areas of analysis include (but are not
>limited to):
>- the relationship between art/artists and
>politics/politicians (in the past and the present)
>- resistance and reification in popular culture
>- artistic intersections of gender, race, and class
>- Creative pieces are also appreciated.
>
>One page abstracts should be e-mailed to
>[log in to unmask] by January 7, 2005 (text
>in the body of the message; no attachments please).
>The submissions should be no longer than 250 words.
>
>For more information on the conference, please visit:
>http://english.ucr.edu/gsea/disjunctions/

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