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>>Subject: [Asecs] New Paradigms for Revolutionary Studies: French-American
>>  Colloquium CFP
>>
>>Call for papers
>>
>>New Paradigms for Revolutionary Studies: French-American Colloquium
>>
>>October 6-7, 2008
>>South Bend, Indiana
>>Organized by Prof. Julia Douthwaite (University 
>>of Notre Dame) and Prof. Lesley Walker (Indiana 
>>University South Bend)
>>
>>Sponsored as part of an ongoing collaboration 
>>by a team of scholars from the Université de 
>>Provence, the Université de Toulouse, the 
>>University of Notre Dame and Indiana University 
>>South Bend, this workshop is an opportunity for 
>>Francophone and Anglophone scholars in 
>>literature, history, and art to collaborate in 
>>creating the paradigms that will shape future 
>>research in revolutionary studies. Keynote 
>>speaker Professor Lynn Hunt (History, UCLA) 
>>will present on "Revolution and Subjectivity: 
>>Towards a New Paradigm?"
>>
>>Submissions may address topics such as:
>>
>>Biographical analysis of lesser-known literary writers and artists
>>Social networks among writers, artists, publishers, readers, reviewers
>>Interdisciplinary analysis of objects / artifacts
>>History of reading, literary reception
>>Representation of inner life, subjectivity
>>History of the book, publishing
>>Analysis of political events as impacted by art and literature
>>Women's cultural production
>>The advent of new genres such as the melodrama or gothic fiction
>>Proposals (in French or English) must be 
>>received by November 15, 2007. For the complete 
>>call for papers and more information, see the 
>>conference website: 
>>http://www.nd.edu/~colloque/index.html
>>

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