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>From: ali steere <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: A Thousand Words: Visual Culture and the Humanities 
>(9/23/05; 3/30/06-4/1/06)
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>The Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities
>Research invites abstracts that address the
>relationship of visual culture to other forms of human
>expression and thought. Presentations may address
>aspects of image production and image reception in the
>humanities, whether the image be printed, projected,
>digitized, rendered artistically, imagined, or
>destroyed. Topics may include exploration of pictorial
>as opposed to written or oral expression; the ways in
>which images may fill interstices in language, music,
>and thought; the centrality of different forms of
>picture making in human history, society, and culture.
>We encourage papers that range across the spectrum
>from detailed case studies to theoretical syntheses.
>The Glasscock Center particularly encourages proposals
>that will appeal to an interdisciplinary humanities
>audience. Abstracts of up to 500 words should be sent,
>along with a 2-page cv, to the following address by
>Friday, 23 September 2004:
>
>Melanie Hawthorne
>Department of European and Classical Languages and
>Cultures
>Texas A&M University
>4215 TAMU
>College Station, TX 77843-4215
>email: [log in to unmask]
>fax: 979-845-6421
>
>Featured speakers at the conference include Carol
>Mavor (Department of Art History, University of North
>Carolina - Chapel Hill); Frances Ferguson (Department
>of English, University of Chicago) and Ingrid Rowland
>(Department of Art History, American Academy in Rome).
>
>

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