The Tenth Annual INTERNATIONAL COMIC ARTS FESTIVAL (ICAF)
The International Comic Arts Festival invites scholarly paper presentations for its tenth anniversary meeting, to be held at the Madison Building of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., from Thursday, October 13, through Saturday, October 15, 2005. We welcome proposals from a variety of disciplines and theoretical perspectives. All proposals should address the history, aesthetics, cultural significance or critical reception of comic art (including comic strips, comic books, albums, graphic novels, political cartoons, other panel cartoons, caricature, or comics in electronic media). Proposals will be refereed via blind review.
GUIDELINES: Proposals should not exceed 300 WORDS. Where possible, papers should be illustrated by relevant images (e.g., slides, transparencies). In all cases, presentations should be timed to finish within the strict limit of TWENTY (20) MINUTES.
At the bottom of the proposal, the author should precisely state her/his audiovisual equipment needs. Note that ICAF cannot provide a VCR, freestanding DVD player, or monitor. Proposals requiring computers or data projection equipment should include exact system specifications.
Please send proposals by 2/25/05 to Dr. CÚcile Danehy at the following e-mail address. Submitters should expect to receive confirmation of acceptance or rejection by 4/30/05.
Prof. CÚcile Danehy, ICAF Program Coordinator, Department of French Studies, Wheaton College, 26 Main Street, Norton, MA 02766 USA. Email preferred Email: email@example.com Visit the website at http://go.to/icaf
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