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Doing Queer Studies Now – Call for Papers

The University of Michigan-Ann Arbor is pleased to announce a call for papers for the Graduate Conference, “Doing Queer Studies Now“, October 21-23, 2010. The purpose of this conference is to take stock of and provide a showcase for innovative practices and pursuits in queer studies, both in the humanities and social sciences, as well as emerging fields that bridge the two. Abstract deadline: June 1, 2010.

Graduate Conference
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
October 21-23, 2010

*Confirmed Speakers*: Paul Amar (Law & Society Program, Global Studies, Feminist Studies, UC-Santa Barbara), Adam Green (Sociology, U. of Toronto), Joon Lee (English, Rhode Island School of Design), Heather Love (English, U. of Pennsylvania).

What is queer about queer studies? Does queer refer to a set of topics or a mode of inquiry? What is the role of theory in queer studies? How is new scholarship bridging the social sciences and the humanities? What is the relationship between actual queer practices and queer studies? What is the relationship between scholarship and activism? How are radical sex critique and queer studies related? What are the limitations of queer?

These are some of the questions we are interested in twenty years after the emergence of queer theory. The purpose of this conference is to take stock of and provide a showcase for innovative practices and pursuits in queer studies, both in the humanities and social sciences, as well as emerging fields that bridge the two.

*We are not calling for papers that engage these questions at a meta-level, but rather for work that is conditioned by them.*

While we welcome a range of topics, some of the topics we are interested in include:

– the role of historical, political and economic forces in shaping queerness
– governmentality, state and biopolitics
– transnational flows of capital and migrations
– queer intersections with race, gender, class, ability, age, etc.
– queer subjectivities, experiences and identities
– queer historiography, phenomenology and temporality
– visual culture, new media

Paper abstracts of 250 to 300 words should be sent by June 1, 2010 to doingqueerstudiesnow2010@umich.edu. We wish to notify presenters by Monday, June 21. We will ask for the completed paper for respondents by October 1, 2010.

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