[MGSA-L] CfP: Countdown time: MGSA Symposium 2013 abstract January 15 and 31 deadlines fast approaching.
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Thu Jan 10 19:47:47 PST 2013
MGSA Symposium 2013
23rd biennial conference of the Modern Greek Studies Association November 14-16, 2013 at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana
For detailed call for papers and information about the conference and submission process see the MGSA Symposium 2013 website:
(ALL submissions must be made ELECTRONICALLY by website. Note that this is a new procedure and website).
Hosted by the Modern Greek Program and West European Studies at Indiana University.
Organized by The Modern Greek Studies Association Executive Board and the MGSA 2013 Local Arrangements and Program Committees.
Deadline for abstracts for 20-minute papers: January 15, 2013; Deadline for panel proposal: January 31, 2013; Deadline for special sessions (roundtables, lunch brainstorming, workshop, etc.): March 1, 2013
Please note the importance of respecting those January deadlines, as the majority of the conference content consists of the sessions proposed in those abstracts.
NEW: The Program Committee is pleased to announce that Yanis Varoufakis will deliver the Symposium's keynote address. Dr. Varoufakis is Professor of Economics at the University of Athens (on leave) and the Lyndon Johnson Graduate School of Public Affairs, University of Texas (beginning January 2013). For the past four years, he has been providing a steady flow of insightful analysis of the European debt crisis in print and on old and new media, including his blog, "Thoughts for the post 2008 world." His book, The Global Minotaur, has a wide circulation in English, Greek, German, and Italian. Dr. Varoufakis will be present for the full duration of the Symposium, sharing in the give and take of conference discussion.
Open topic on Greek, Greeks, Greece, and Cyprus, and ideas of the Greek in modern times. Approaches are welcome from all disciplines in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts and from interdisciplinary fields. Comparative perspectives are encouraged. Suggested topics of special interest are:
40 years after the Polytechneio
Migration and citizenship
Gender relations and the politics of sexuality
Historical culture and social memory
Pedagogy and curriculum development
Teaching Greek as a foreign language: linguistic and other approaches
Material culture, museums and heritage
Crisis and critique
Cultural circulation, exchange, and change
Spaces of intellectual fertilization in and out of Greece
Greek literature and arts in national and post-national contexts
Greece, Greeks, Cyprus in the arts or media today
New economies of labor
Cypriot and other identities
Greek studies and the critical vocation
Program Contact Information
Questions may be submitted via the contact form on the website or to:
Prof. Victor Papacosma, MGSA Executive Director, mgsa.org at gmail.com
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