CAA Session Proposals for 2011 Due September 1

Posted in Calls for Papers by Editor on August 8, 2009

As noted on CAA News blog:


Photo by Danielle Lupkin (Wikimedia Commons)

Individual CAA members may submit a session proposal for the centennial Annual Conference, taking place February 9–12, 2011, in New York. Proposals should cover the breadth of current thought and research in art, art and architectural history, theory and criticism, pedagogical issues, museum and curatorial practice, conservation, and developments in technology.

The Annual Conference Committee welcomes session proposals that include the work of established artists and scholars, along with that of younger scholars, emerging and midcareer artists, and graduate students. Particularly welcome are those sessions that highlight interdisciplinary work. Artists are especially encouraged to propose sessions appropriate to dialogue and information exchange relevant to artists.

Session proposals are only accepted online; paper forms and postal mailings are not required. To set up an account, please email Lauren Stark, CAA manager of programs, who will register your email address and provide you with a password. For full details on the submission process, please visit Chair a Conference Session.

Proposals are due September 1, 2009

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Wanted: Essays on Women & Fashion

Posted in Calls for Papers, opportunities by Editor on August 8, 2009

The following Call for Essay Proposals went out to C-18L on 6 August:

Women of Fashion: Popular Culture in the Eighteenth Century and the Eighteenth Century in Popular Culture, Edited by Tiffany Potter (University of British Columbia)

Proposals are invited for an edited collection of original essays that examine women’s popular culture in eighteenth-century England and representations of eighteenth-century England in modern popular culture. The volume will be published by the University of Toronto Press in 2011.

Women of Fashion will have three sections:
1) women and eighteenth-century arts (theatre, literature, music, painting)
2) women and eighteenth-century life (fashion, games, courtship, weddings, politics)
3) modern engagements of eighteenth-century women’s culture (in films, historical fiction, art exhibits, web communities, fan groups).

Please send a 500-word abstract or completed essay (4,000-6,000 words), plus a brief biographical statement (or c.v.), as e-mail attachments (in Word or RTF) to Tiffany Potter (tpotter@interchange.ubc.ca). The deadline for abstract submission is 28 August 2009. (more…)

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