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Call for Papers
51st Annual Convention, March 5-8, 2020
Marriott Copley Place
Abstract Proposal Deadline: September 30, 2019
Cultural Studies and Media Studies
Pedagogy and Professional
Click here to post your abstract by 9/30/2019
CfP: 150 Years Rosa Luxemburg — New Perspectives on Life, Works, and Impact
Berlin, March 5-6, 2020
Call for Papers – NeMLA 5-8 March 2020 in Boston
Amy L. Friedman (Temple University)
The Empire definitely wrote back, often with defiance, mockery, and wit.
As Bill Ashcroft summarizes of postcolonial criticism, “this was a new way of reading those literatures that emphasized their transformative power as well as their difference.”
I am seeking papers on satirical material, in all media, which engage with postcolonial issues.
ABSTRACTS ARE DUE 30 SEPT. 2019.
In 1968, Rudolf Arnheim was hired by Harvard University as a Professor of the Psychology of Art, the only position of its kind in American universities. While he was the only person to acquire the official title of “Art psychologist,” his hiring represented the institutionalization of a trend in mid-century art pedagogy – one that included E.H. Gombrich, Siegfried Gideon, Anton Ehrenzweig and Morse Peckham –conflating the teaching of art with the teaching of perception, resulting in a form of aesthetic theory confirmable by experimental psychology.