The 2011 Canadian Association of Cultural Studies conference will be held at McGill University, Nov. 4-6, 2011, where
CACS is jointly based in the Department of Art History and Communication Studies and Media@McGill.
CACS invites proposals for individual papers or preconstituted panels for the 2011 conference. The conference will operate with four separate "streams", or groups of sessions that run concurrently; applicants should direct their paper or panel proposals to one of the following streams: "Culture, Power and Everyday Life", "Cultural and Aesthetic Praxis", "The Future of Cultural History", "Feminist and Queer Cultural Studies". Detailed descriptions available on our website: http://www.culturalstudies.ca/english/eng_newsconferences.htm
Please apply to one stream only. Multiple submissions will not be accepted. CACS invites abstracts and paper presentations in English and French. We welcome proposals from graduate researchers. Presenters must be members of CACS at the time of the conference. Send presentation abstracts (300 words, plus short bio), indicating the name of the stream in the subject line, to email@example.com by May 31, 2011.
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