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September 1999, Week 3


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"Chris Straayer (by way of Julia Lesage by way of Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Call for Papers

The International Conference on Television, Video and Feminism:

May 11-14, 2000

University of Notre Dame
South Bend, Indiana

Console-ing Passions seeks proposals on television, video and new media
from feminist perspectives.  Suggested areas include:

labor:  tensions and reconfigurations
global media cultures
new media pedagogy
theory and methodology
history and historiography
feminist ethnography
producers and consumers
race, class and ethnicity
masculinity, femininity and queerness
transnational media economics
activism and resistance
sexuality and identity
tv in Asia
Latin American media
indigenous media practices
women, tv and advertising history
digitextual convergence

Deadline for proposals:  15 November 1999

Submit proposals to:  http:/

CPTV 2000 Program Committee:  Dianne Brooks, Phebe Chao, Jane Feuer
(Chair), Hilary Radner

University of Notre Dame Host Committee:  Susan Ohmer, Hilary Radner
(Coordinator), Pamela Robertson Wojcik, Ewa Ziarek

Console-ing Passions Board:  Dianne Brooks, Phebe Chao, Jackie Cook, Anna
Everett, Jane Feuer, Mary Beth Haralovich, Michele Hilmes, Margaret
Montgomerie, Chantal Nadeau, Ellen Seiter, Lynn Spigel, Chris Straayer,
Mimi White

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