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ANAHITA  April 1999

ANAHITA April 1999

Subject:

Reminder: Feminist theory and Classics III

From:

Sara Lindheim <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Women and Gender in the Ancient World <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Fri, 23 Apr 1999 09:34:49 -0700

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REMINDER!

*** The following call for papers is going out only by e-mail.  We
apologize for the inevitable multiple mailings.  Please distribute as
widely as possible to anyone you think might be interested. ***


Call for papers

Feminist Theory and Classics III: The Next Generation

University of Southern California

May 18-21, 2000


        The third Feminist Theory and Classics conference will be held in
Los Angeles, at the University of Southern California, from May 18-21,
2000.  The major goal of this conference will be to address the
generational shift in feminism, and specifically within Classics.  In an
effort to create an environment in which feminists of all generations can
speak to one another, the program will feature an all-workshop format
which will bring together presenters with various levels of experience.
         The program committee is looking for proposals either for
individual presentations or for workshops.  Proposals for presentations
will be grouped by the program committee into workshops.  Proposals for
workshops may be submitted either by a group of presenters or by an
individual.  In the latter case, the program committee will work with the
proposer to develop a series of additional presenters for the workshop.
        All proposals should be no more than one page in length, and
should fall into one of the four following topic areas:

1) THEORY.  Presenters in this category might address recent developments
in feminist theory, how these have or have not been taken up in Classics,
the relationship between feminist theory and other theoretical discourses
(e.g., gender studies, queer theory), what further developments might be
fruitful, etc.  Please submit a brief annotated bibliography along with
your abstract.

2) PEDAGOGY.  Presenters in this category might consider both course
content and pedagogical method at all levels of instruction, addressing,
for example, course design, team-teaching, interdisciplinary teaching,
incorporating gender into the curriculum.  Please submit a syllabus or any
other relevant material with your abstract.

3)  HOW TO.  Presenters in this category might address practical issues
such as how to run a conference, how to publish an article, how to
organize a panel for a conference, how to get a job and/or tenure.  Please
submit a c.v. with your abstract.

4)  SURVIVAL.  Presenters might address the difficulties facing feminists
in the discipline today, such as surviving sexual harassment, racism,
ableism, homophobia, as well as combining life and career (e.g.,
motherhood, taking care of aging parents).  Please submit supporting
material -- e.g., bibliography, personal statement, etc. -- with your
abstract.

        All proposals should be submitted anonymously, with title only.
On a separate cover sheet, please indicate your name, your address, your
affiliation (if any), and the title of your proposal.  Please send 6
copies to:  Program Committee: Feminist Theory and Classics III,
Department of Classics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106.

Questions:  Please contact Sara Lindheim, [log in to unmask],
805-893-7897, or Rainer Mack, [log in to unmask], 805-893-7593, or
Bella Zweig, [log in to unmask], 520-621-1213.

DEADLINE:  May 15, 1999.

The organizers hope to provide need-based financial support to help cover
the costs of travel and lodging.  For further information, please contact
Amy Richlin at [log in to unmask]


**********************

Sara H. Lindheim
Assistant Professor
Department of Classics
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106

office: 805-893-7897
fax:  805-893-4487
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