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We invite submissions for the poster session at the Women in German
conference in Sewanee, Tennessee, USA (Oct. 17–20, 2019). The poster
session allows scholars to employ audiovisual forms to initiate
conversations about intersectional feminist issues in their research,
teaching, and activism. Submissions have taken the form of traditional
posters, PowerPoint presentations, short films, websites, dioramas,
installations, interactive experiences, etc. “Posters” can address a
variety of topics, such as pedagogy, literature, film, cultural
studies, history, and politics. Be creative, discover a new approach
to your work, and gain valuable feedback in real time.

Please email an abstract of 250-400 words describing the project’s
content, thesis, and form (a description of the layout, design, and
materials/technology) and a short biography to [log in to unmask]
by March 1, 2019. Presenters must provide their own materials,
equipment, and technology; please consider this in your proposal.

Contact session organizers Maureen Gallagher ([log in to unmask]) and
Karolina Hicke ([log in to unmask]) with any questions.

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The German Studies Call for Papers List
Editor: Sean Franzel
Assistant Editor: Olaf Schmidt
Sponsored by the University of Missouri
Info available at: https://grs.missouri.edu/german/resources