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>Subject: CFP: InterActions, Interdisciplinarity 
>in the Arts and Humanities (grad) (UK) (8/1/06; 
>10/27/06-10/29/06)
>From: "interactions" <[log in to unmask]>
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>InterActions: the Fifth Annual Arts and 
>Humanities Graduate Conference at the University 
>of Glasgow.
>
>Call for Papers
>
>Interaction is a fundamental feature of research 
>in the Arts and Humanities. This conference 
>seeks to explore diverse interactions that shape 
>new ars of investigation and provide a fresh 
>look at interdisciplinary practices.
>
>This graduate conference will explore the ways 
>in which an exchange of ideas and methodologies 
>within the Arts and Social Sciences can produce 
>new routes of thinking and activity. We invite 
>short papers on a range of subjects and 
>interactive or interdisciplinary approaches in 
>all aspects of the Arts and Humanities, Social 
>Sciences, Education, and the creative and 
>performing fields. Examples of questions that 
>might be helpful when thinking about the topic 
>include: What are the new possibilities that 
>result from an interactive environment in 
>research? How do traditional fields or areas 
>interact with the modern world and its culture? 
>How is the issue of cultural identity and a 
>sense of belonging revisited through inter/intra 
>cultural interactions?
>
>Abstracts should be a maximum of 200 words in 
>length, and should be submitted in English with 
>the speaker's name, institutional affiliation 
>and title of the paper. This is the fifth 
>conference of its kind at the University of 
>Glasgow, and promises to continue the tradition 
>of providing rich social and intellectual 
>interaction within that vibrant city.
>
>Suggested themes include but are not limited to:
>’ΔΆ Non-textual forms of communication
>’ΔΆ The global and the local
>’ΔΆ Postcolonial interaction
>’ΔΆ Interactive spaces
>’ΔΆ Gendered spaces
>’ΔΆ Text and context
>’ΔΆ Interpretation/Translation/Adaptation
>’ΔΆ Clashes and Convergences
>’ΔΆ Identity and the self
>’ΔΆ Human-machine interaction
>’ΔΆ Interactive art and art on the web
>’ΔΆ Humans and environment
>’ΔΆ Fact and fiction
>’ΔΆ Science and art
>’ΔΆ The crowd/The audience/The speaker
>’ΔΆ Interfaith dialogue
>Please email abstracts to 
>[log in to unmask] and see 
>www.gla.ac.uk/interactions for further 
>information.
>
>The deadline for abstracts is 1 August 2006.
>
>With thanks,
>
>InterActions Organising Committee

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