Monuments, Memory, Modernism: The 12th Annual Front Range Symposium in Art History, September 26-7, University of Colorado, Boulder, sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History and the Denver Art Museum.
We welcome proposals that consider the multiple aspects and intersections of monuments, memory and modernism from a range of disciplines and perspectives, including (but not limited to) all areas of art history and theory, cultural studies, film studies, American studies, visual culture, gender and women's studies, social and political history, pop culture, and queer studies. Proposals may address any facet of monument construction and/or destruction around the globe, including the role of monuments in constructing historical memory and cultural nationalism, and the influence of new media and technology on memorial construction and historical memory. Please send short (500 word) abstracts or completed papers (for 20 minute presentations) and a cv by July 15, 2003 to: Professor Erika Doss (information below).
Professor Erika Doss
Department of Art and Art History, CB 318
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0318
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