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>Subject: CFP: Women and Creativity VIII (11/30/05; 3/23/06-3/25/06)
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>From: "Zunac, Mark" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Marquette University Women's Studies Program
>12th Annual Conference
>Women and Creativity VIII
>March 23-25, 2006
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>Call for Papers
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>THE MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S STUDIES PROGRAM announces its 
>twelfth annual conference will be held March 23-25, 2006. The theme 
>for the conference will be "WOMEN and CREATIVITY." Suitable topics 
>for twenty-minute presentations that could involve a multitude of 
>disciplinary perspectives (e.g. historical, literary, artistic, 
>visual, performance, etc.) including, but not necessarily limited 
>to, the following: women as literary, visual, or performance 
>artists; the portrayal of women in literature; women as subjects in 
>visual arts; the stories women tell; ways in which women's art does 
>or does not reflect reality; glimpses of differing reality as 
>illustrated through art; the interaction of women artists; the 
>varying perceptions of women as artists; varying perceptions of 
>women as subjects; women's access to outlets for the various art 
>forms; critical consideration of women artists; etc. One-page (no 
>more than 250 words) summary of paper should be submitted by 
>November 30, 2005.
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>Diane Long Hoeveler, Women's Studies Coordinator
>Department of English, Marquette University
>Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
>Phone: (414)288-3466 - E-mail: [log in to unmask] - Fax: 
>(414) 288-5433

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