International Conference on Intimacy and Belonging in Contemporary India, organized by Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla.
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CFP: PROPOSED PANEL
AAS in Asia
Asia in Motion: Horizons of Hope
June 24-27, 2016
Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan
Scenes of Pedagogy: Knowledge-Power Relations in Engagements with Art and Culture
Please find below a call for papers prepared by the CELLAM-Groupe Romaniste of the University of Rennes II, in France, for a international conference on the Italian humanist Francesco Robortello (1516-1567), to be held in Rennes on October 5-7, 2015.
What happens when the strongest motive for artistic production is a pressing obligation instead of aesthetic experimentation? What are the stakes when failing to fulfill one’s artistic duty could bring about a range of disciplinary effects, from social disapproval to a deterioration in one’s economic status or even physical harm? Can the emphasis on labor, in turn, trigger different forms of creativity?
Over about three decades, three distinct political revolutions took place in three distinct places. Inspired by Enlightenment-era notions (including human equality, the necessity of respecting rights and the state's legitimacy being determined in some measure by the consent of the governed), these revolutions generated radically different results. Each displayed significant internal tensions and cognitive dissonances (e.g.