PAPIER/PAPEL/CARTA For the upcoming Modernist Studies Association (Nashville, November 2008), I am seeking proposals for a panel that examines paper as a global medium of modernism. How did the (venerable, changing, ubiquitous) medium shape modernist experiment in the early twentieth century? Recycled and scrapped, gilded and pulp, material of design and bureaucratic function -- how does thinking about paper (as material, commodity, or object of representation) alter our understanding of modernismís media and its mediated globalism? Please send 200-word proposals and brief bio to email@example.com (Andrea Zemgulys) by 5 May 2008.
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