AccueilStructures of "sex" and the discourses
Publié le lundi 17 juin 2002 par Natalie Petiteau
Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS) 18th Annual Conference
March 20-23, 2003
University of California, Santa Cruz
We invite papers or paper proposals that explore the intersections between structures of "sex" and the discourses of law, science, medicine, history, religion, empire, and cultural taste, to name a select few. We particularly encourage papers working across national boundaries and/or beyond the Anglo-American sphere. The conference proposes to think through the myriad constructions of nineteenth-century sex.
Possible paper topics might include, but are not limited to:
Sexology/Sex Experts Censorship and Taboo; Race and Sexuality; Sex and Travel; The Erotics of Spirituality; Erogenous Zones/Geographies; Flirting and other mating rituals; Pleasures & Perversion; Material Cultures of/and Sex; Purity and Danger; Displaying Sex/Sex & Fashion; Genders/Bodies; Sexual Selection (Plants/Animals/Humans); Family Values; Sexual Economies/Sex & Money; Sexualized Violence; Criminalized Sexualities; Teaching Sex; Sexual Rebellion and Resistance Menages a trois; Reproduction/Childbirth/Maternity; Languages of Sex; Children's Sexuality; Visualizing Sex Longer versions of INCS conference papers are regularly published in the affiliated journal Nineteenth Century Contexts: An Interdisciplinary Journal.
Send 200-400 word abstracts by October 1, 2002, to email@example.com.
Notification of acceptance will be mailed electronically in December.
Presenters must be members of INCS, an international group of scholars dedicated to interdisciplinary discussion and research.
Sessions at the conference are devoted to discussion following 5-7 minutes presentations. Complete papers are available in advance at the conference's password-protected website:
- Santa Cruz
- mardi 01 octobre 2002
- Dickens Project
courriel : dpj [at] cats [dot] ucsc [dot] edu [dot]
URLS de référence
Pour citer cette annonce
« Structures of "sex" and the discourses », Appel à contribution, Calenda, Publié le lundi 17 juin 2002, http://calenda.org/187240