Call for Papers: Studia Politica, Special issue on “Art and politics” no 4/2011
We invite contributions for a special issue of Studia Politica that explores the relationship between art and politics in postcommunist contexts. We welcome interdisciplinary approaches of these topics in English, French or Romanian.
We are especially interested in submissions that situate communist art and culture in their connections to politics in the post-communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
Questions contributors might address include, but are not limited to:
How were artistic institutions transformed by the changes of regime?
How did the double transition (political and economic) affect the artistic domain?
How are artistic discourses transformed in the aftermath of communism?
How is the communist past deconstructed by artists?
Which is, comparatively, the approach of the post-communist states towards the artistic world?
Approaches of the various artistic contexts during the communist period are also welcomed.
Submission Guidelines: the articles should have 40.000 characters (including spaces).
Please consult our Author Guidelines before submitting your article at: http://www.studiapolitica.eu/Author-guidelines.
The deadline to submit your articles is October 15, 2011.
The editor, Caterina Preda may be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Studia Politica. Romanian Political Science Review also welcomes reviews of books recently published (no more than 3 years old). The editorial board suggests the following titles for this special number:
Anca Benera & Alina Serban, Bucuresti. Materie si istorie. Monumentul public si distopiile lui (Bucuresti: ICR, 2011)
Boris Groys, Art power (Cambridge MA, London: The MIT Press, 2008)
Piotr Piotrowski, In the shadow of Yalta. The Avant-garde in Eastern Europe, 1945-1989 (London: Reaktion Books, 2009)
Jacques Ranciere, The politics of aesthetics (London, NY: Continuum, 2010)
Jacques Ranciere, Dissensus. On politics and aesthetics (London, NY: Continuum, 2010)
Michael Shapiro, Cinematic geopolitics (London, NY: Routledge, 2009)
Cristian Vasile, Literatura si artele in Romania comunista 1948-1953 (Bucuresti: Humanitas, 2010).
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