CFP: The Avant-Gardes in the Nordic Countries 1925-1950: History, Culture and Aesthetics, 3-5 October 2013
Some years ago the growing scholarly interest in avant-garde studies led to the formation of The Nordic Network of Avant-Garde Studies as a forum for attempts to map the cultural influence of the aesthetic avant-gardes in the Nordic countries (mainly Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden). Part of this project is the writing of a four volume Cultural History of the Avant-Gardes in the Nordic Countries. The first volume dealing with the years 1900-1925 will be published by Rodopi in spring 2013 (see attachment for a list of the around 30 contributions). The editors of this history now call for papers to a conference dealing with the history, culture, aesthetics, and politics of the avant-gardes in the Nordic countries in the period 1925-1950. Our hope is that most papers can be re-written and published as contributions to the second volume of the series, A Cultural History of the Avant-Gardes in the Nordic Countries 1925-1950.
Practical information and deadline for application
The conference will take place at Copenhagen University from 3-5 October.
During these days we plan to present and discuss around 30 papers. Each paper will have 20 min-utes of presentation followed by 10 minutes discussion, i.e. 3 papers in a 1½ hour session.
The conference fee will be 1000 DKK, covering coffee/tea, lunches and a conference dinner.
We will help you book a hotel room if you wish and will provide further information about local travel, location and other practical details.
Arrival and departure: The conference will start by midday Thursday 3 October and end by mid-day Saturday 5 October, so conference participants can arrive in Copenhagen Thursday morning and depart Saturday afternoon.
The conference language is English. All participants should submit a title and a 2-300 word ab-stract before 2 April 2013. Abstracts should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions regarding the conference may be sent to this address as well or to a member of the organizing committee.
The conference is arranged by
Kari J. Brandtzęg, Oslo Fredrik Hertzberg, Helsinki
Benedikt Hjartarson, University of Iceland Torben Jelsbak, Roskilde University
Andrea Kollnitz, Stockholm University Per Stounbjerg, Aarhus University
Tania Ųrum, University of Copenhagen Dorthe Aagesen, SMK (National Gallery of Denmark)
Department of Cultural Studies and the Arts
University of Copenhagen Email: email@example.com
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