référence : http://listes.cru.fr/arc/mascarene/1997-10/msg00035.html
CFP: Technologie et corps BOURASSA ANDRE G
Je vous retransmets une invitation a soumettre des articles sur
"Technologie et corps en litterature francaise" (ce qui implique
assurement la dramaturgie), pour la revue _Paroles gelees_. Je sais
que cela fait partie de la specialite de certains d'entre vous.
Amities, Andre G. Bourassa.
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CALL FOR PAPERS
Technology and the Body in French Literature
UCLA French Studies
Over the past 16 years, Paroles Gelees has provided graduate students and
faculty from around the world a forum in which to publish their scholarly
articles. Past issues have included a wide range of articles on French and
Francophone literatures and cultures from the Middle Ages to Post-Colonial
Studies, as well as interviews with scholars such as René Girard, Jean
Baudrillard and Michel Delon.
Technology and the Body will be the topic for the next issue of Paroles
Gelees, to be published in fall of 1998. This issue seeks papers examining
the interplay of technology and constructions of the body in all periods of
French literature and culture.
* BODIES VIRTUAL & REAL: CYBORG BODIES AND SCIENCE FICTION * TECHNO-EROTICA:
SEXUALITY, GENDER AND TECHNOLOGY * THEORIZING BODY & TECHNOLOGY: GILLES
DELEUZE, MICHEL FOUCAULT, JEAN BAUDRILLARD * HYSTERICAL BODIES: MEDICAL
NARRATIVES OF THE FEMALE BODY IN THE 19TH CENTURY *"L'HOMME MACHINE":
ENLIGHTENMENT MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY & THE BODY * THE MIND-BODY SPLIT:
TECHNOLOGY & DUALITY IN DESCARTES, PASCAL * COSMOLOGICAL BODIES: IMAGE &
TEXT IN MEDIEVAL CODICES, ETC.
Manuscripts are accepted on a year-round basis. Papers submitted for
consideration should be limited to approximately 25 typewritten pages and
may be written either in French or English. Authors should follow the MLA
Style Handbook in preparing their articles and provide three (3) copies of
their work with name and affiliation indicated on the cover sheet only.
Those authors whose articles are selected for publication will later be
asked for a copy on a 3.5" diskette using Wordperfect 5.1 or MS Word 6.0.
Papers received by March 15, 1998, will be considered for this upcoming
issue. Please address contributions and inquiries to:
UCLA Department of French
2326 Murphy Hall
Los Angeles, California 90095-1550