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>From: Anna Marin <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: (Re)Presenting Earth: New Horizons in Environmental 
>Rhetoric (grad) (9/15/05; 10/22/05)
>
>San Diego State University Crisis Carnival 2005
>13th Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference
>
>(RE)PRESENTING EARTH: New Horizons in Environmental Rhetoric
>Saturday, October 22, 2005
>
>Call for Papers: Please submit papers, poetry, fiction, artwork.
>An awareness of the environment allows us to have a direct connection
>to our material world, creating an understanding of the physical and
>rhetorical frameworks of our lives.  Addressing environmental concerns
>occurs in a wide range of academic, artistic, and social contexts.
>These may include: literature and rhetoric/composition, urban
>planning, and biology-based disciplines; and continuing development
>inside and outside of the university.
>
>Potential Topics:
>Cultural constructions of environmental and nature, and analysis of
>the culture/nature "split";
>Rhetorical analyses of environmental space and texts, such as
>connections to sociopolitical action and political discourse;
>Explorations of environmental composition and literature, including
>environmental narratives;
>Creative expressions of environmental concerns;
>Gendered notions and sexualization of nature, including analyses
>of/with/through ecofeminism;
>Investigations of the relationships between the natural environment
>and technology, which may include psychological and political
>implications;
>Insert your own topic here
>
>Submissions due September 15, 2005.  Due date can be extended.  Please
>contact [log in to unmask] for extension limits.
>Each submission should include one cover page and three copies of a
>250-word abstract.  Please include your title, contact information,
>and area of study on your cover page.  All written submissions should
>include three copies of the complete work.  Artwork should be
>submitted as photos with titles written on the back.  Each performance
>piece is limited to 15 minutes; please send video tape.  A $30.00
>registration fee must be paid prior to presenting at the conference.
>This fee includes a presenter/faculty luncheon and a copy of the
>proceedings.
>
>Send to:
>Crisis Carnival Comittee
>Department of Rhetoric and Writing Studies
>San Diego State University
>5500 Campanile Drive
>San Diego, CA 92182
>
>crisiscarnival.sdsu.edu

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