Call for Papers: “Limning the Contemporary in Postwar Japanese Fiction and Film” panel at RMMLA Oct. 2010
This panel is designed to appeal to a wide spectrum of approaches from scholars of modern Japan. Although conceived of as “area-focused”, the issue of the nature and timing of “the contemporary” in modern Japan resonates with debates on the nature of postmodernity in the West. Proposals for papers concerning the nature of “the contemporary” and/or of “modernity” and its relationship to “postmodernity” in Japan as it relates to literature, film or criticism are welcome.
The Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association conference takes place October 14-16, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. For information on the conference, please see
In order to present their papers, all panel members must be members of the RMMLA by April 1, 2010. Please see http://rmmla.wsu.edu/member/join-renew.asp for details.
The deadline for proposal submissions is March 1, 2010. Please include the following in your proposal:
area of study
abstract of 250-500 words
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