CFP: Gothic in Literature or Culture (11-15-02; PCA/ACA; 4/7-4/10, 2004)
Inviting papers that deal with the question of the Gothic in literature or culture. How does the Gothic configure itself as or against dominant or hegemonic discourses? How does the Gothic relate to textuality, to language, to the visual, to the body, to sexuality? What kind of a category is the Gothic? Literary? Popular? Aesthetic? Cultural? Ethical? Political? Historical? How does the term work as a modifier of accepted categories: Gothic realism, Gothic punk, Gothic film? Is the Gothic exhausted? Masochistic? Conservative?
Please submit 500-word abstracts for papers (15-minutes) to be presented at the 33rd Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference at the San Antonio Marriott Hotel in San Antonio, Texas, April 7-10, 2004.
Send abstracts by email, fax, or snail mail to:
Louis H. Palmer, III
6 Alumni Drive
Castleton State College
Castleton, VT 05735
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