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Convocatorias/CFP

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Deadline approaching to send proposals for The Aesthetics of Politics and the Politics of Aesthetics in Contemporary Venezuela

We welcome proposals from a range of fields, including but not limited to, History, Anthropology, Sociology, Cultural Studies, Urban Studies, Architecture, Communication Studies, Visual Cultures, Literary Studies, Political Theory, Social Sciences, Latin American Studies, Cultural policy, and Development Studies.

CFP/Convocatoria: The Aesthetics of Politics and the Politics of Aesthetics in Contemporary Venezuela

This two-day conference aims to engender interdisciplinary discussion of the aesthetic manifestations that emerge with, against, or alongside the State apparatus in contemporary Venezuela.

(Call for Papers) Avant-garde discourses in Spain and Latin America (Madrid, 11-13 Jul 2013)

El congreso internacional Encuentros Transatlánticos: discursos vanguardistas en España y Latinoamérica (11-13 de julio, 2013) investiga el intercambio artístico e intelectual entre España y Latinoamérica, insertándose en la actual misión del Museo Reina Sofía de convertirse en una referencia del arte latinoamericano en Europa y su compromiso como vocal de modernidades ‘periféricas’ o ‘alternativas’. La propuesta busca también contribuir a las actividades desarrolladas en relación a la exposición La invención concreta: Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (Museo Reina Sofía, 23 de enero – 16 de septiembre, 2013). De esta forma, los estudios y debates aquí propuestos participan del repensamiento de la historiografía y los discursos dominantes del modernismo y la modernidad que el Museo ha fomentado a través de sus exposiciones, programas públicos y publicaciones.

Call for Papers: The Permissive Archive

The conference around the early modern ‘Permissive Archive’, which will be held at the Queen Mary’s university in November of this year.

Call for Papers: The Colonial/Postcolonial New Researchers’ Workshop

The Colonial/Postcolonial New Researchers’ Workshop is currently inviting abstract submissions for the 2012-13 academic year.

Established in 2008, the workshop is designed to provide a forum for postgraduates and new researchers to gather and present their work in an informal and friendly environment.

Call for Papers: ‘Science and Literature: the Great Divide?’

It is this relationship between the arts (especially literature) and the sciences, as it has evolved over time, that Volume 7 of the MHRA’s Working Papers in the Humanities will address. The editors invite submissions on the theme of Science and Literature, with both terms taken in their broadest possible sense.