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>Subject: Re: [SF-LIT] [rff] CFP: "Zines and Everyday Life" (31 December
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>> > Please forward to potentially interested parties:
>> > Original essays are invited for a collection tentatively entitled "Zines
>> > Everyday Life: The Anatomy of an Independent Medium." The purpose of this
>> > book is to evaluate the role of zines as a method of communication and as
>> > form of cultural production. Ideally this collection will be a
>> > introductory textbook for the study of zines, independent media, and
>> > culture, and will be suitable for use at both undergraduate and graduate
>> > levels.
>> > Possible topics include historical interrogations of zines, and their
>> > cultural significance, as well as media-based analyses of zines and their
>> > differential aspects. Studies of the aesthetics of zines, the embodiment
>> > politics, modes of discourse and power in independent cultures, modes of
>> > consumption and production of "non-capitalist" mediums, identity
>> > and bricolage. Studies should not limit themselves to music and
>> > fanzines, but also include those focused upon politics, humor, sports,
>> > shopping, etc.
>> > Studies of Gender, Race and Ethnicity, Class, Sexuality, Technology and
>> > number of methodological approaches are appropriate and not limited to:
>> > Phenomenology, Sociology, Literary Analysis, Anthropology, Ethnography,
>> > Post-colonial Studies, Culture Studies, Historical Analysis, Psychology,
>> > Semiotics, Folklore, Journalism, Feminist and Gender Studies, etc.
>> > Please submit 2-page proposals or completed manuscripts (MLA style, 15-25
>> > pages in length) to:
>> > Reconstruction Reader Submissions
>> > 104 East Hall
>> > Bowling Green State University
>> > Bowling Green, OH 43403-0226
>> > [log in to unmask]
>> > If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at the
>> > above email addresses.
>> > The deadline for submission of completed papers is December 31st, 2002.
>> > This collection co-edited by Kristen Schilt and J. J. Palmer.
>> > A full version of this call for papers is available at:
>> > http://www.reconstruction.ws/projects/zinescfp.htm
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