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Cinema, Cognition and Art

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
July 13, 2018 to September 1, 2018
Subject Fields: 
Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Film and Film History, Humanities, Popular Culture Studies, Social Sciences

In recent years, we have been talking about semiopragmatics (Roger Odin), neuroesthetics (Murray Smith), psychocinematics (Arthur Shimamura) or bioculturalism(Torben Grodal). A number of scholars are associated with this approach to aesthetics and cinematographic discourse in terms of cognitive processes: Torben Grodal, Roger Odin, Noel Carroll, David Bordwell, Laurent Jullier, Edward Branigan, Joseph D. Anderson, Murray Smith, Ed Tan.

CFP: Session at the Association for Art History Conference (Brighton 4-6 April 2019)

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
November 5, 2018
Location: 
United Kingdom
Subject Fields: 
Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Popular Culture Studies, Women's & Gender History / Studies, British History / Studies

Modern(ist) Objects? The objet trouvé in the 18th and 19th centuries

Molly Duggins, National Art School, Sydney Molly.Duggins@nas.edu.au

Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association - African American Culture

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
October 1, 2018
Location: 
Virginia, United States
Subject Fields: 
African American History / Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Music and Music History, Religious Studies and Theology, Theatre & Performance History / Studies

Call for Proposals:  Sessions, Panels, Papers

 

POPULAR CULTURE ASSOCIATION & AMERICAN CULTURE ASSOCIATION 2019 JOINT NATIONAL CONFERENCE

 

"Unsilencing Black Sexuality in the African Diaspora"

Type: 
Call for Publications
Date: 
December 10, 2018
Location: 
North Carolina, United States
Subject Fields: 
Black History / Studies, Film and Film History, Literature, Sexuality Studies, Women's & Gender History / Studies

This is a call for papers that offers analysis of Black sexuality studies in Africa and the African diaspora. Essays may address any time period or geographical region. Those that focus on any form of art by Black artists, including film, literature, song, drama/theater, and visual art are particularly welcome. Studies of historical figures are also encouraged. Some topics to consider: How have Black people’s depictions of sexuality changed over time? How have Black people used forms of art to respond to the colonial or dominant “gaze”?

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