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>From:

>Michael Thomas Taylor
>Assistant Professor of German
>The University of Calgary
>www.michaeltaylor.de



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>CFP: "Queer Belonging in the Eighteenth Century" at the American 
>Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, March 18-12 2010, 
>Albuquerque, New Mexico.
>Panel organized by the Gay and Lesbian Caucus.
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>In her essay, "Queer Belongings: Kinship Theory and Queer Theory," 
>Elizabeth Freeman asks, "Does kinship theory matter to queer 
>theory?"  
>In her essay, Freeman answers that it does, but what material for 
>kinship theorists can those of us working in the eighteenth century 
>offer?  In what sense is the notion of the family challenged and how 
>are other units of belonging articulated?  Papers on this topic are 
>invited for ASECS 2010.
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>Please send a 300 word abstract, and a CV to both Michael Taylor 
>([log in to unmask]) and Kristi Krumnow ([log in to unmask]) 
>by September 10, 2009.
>
>Michael Thomas Taylor
>Assistant Professor of German
>The University of Calgary
>www.michaeltaylor.de
>

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