ECAH 2017 - The European Conference on Arts & Humanities 2017
Website http://iafor.org/conferences/ecah2017/ |
Category Arts; Humanities
Deadline: February 28, 2017 | Date: July 10, 2017-July 12, 2017
Venue/Country: The Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront, Brighton, U.K.
Updated: 2016-09-15 12:20:12 (GMT+9)
Call For Papers - CFPThis international and interdisciplinary conference will again bring together a range of academics and practitioners to discuss new directions of research and discovery in the Arts & Humanities. As with IAFOR’s other events, ECAH2017 will afford the opportunity for renewing old acquaintances, making new contacts, and networking across higher education and beyond.For the fourth consecutive year, The European Conference on Arts & Humanities will be held alongside The European Conference on Media, Communication and Film. Registration for either of these conferences will allow participants to attend sessions in the other.ECAH2017 Conference Theme: “History, Story, Narrative”Historians are far from the only interested party in writing history. In a sense it is an interest we all share – whether we are talking politics, region, family birthright, or even personal experience. We are both spectators to the process of history while being intimately situated within its impact and formations.How, then, best to write it? Is it always the victor’s version? Have we not begun increasingly to write “history from below,” that lived by those who are not at the top of the power hierarchy? Are accounts of history always gender-inflected, hitherto at least men rather than women? Who gets to tell history if the issue is colonialism or class? How does geography, the power of place, intersect with history? What is the status of the personal story or narrative within the larger frame of events?This conference addresses issues of writing history from literary and other discursive perspectives. That is to say: novels, plays, poems, autobiography, memoir, diary, travel log, and a variety of styles of essay. One thinks of Shakespeare’s history plays, Tolstoy’s War and Peace, Shi Nai’an’s The Water Margin, Balzac’s La Comédie Humaine. It also addresses oral history, the spoken account or witness, Hiroshima survivor to modern Syrian migrantWhich also connects to the nexus of media and history. The great “historical” films continue to hold us, be it Eisenstein’s October: Ten Days That Shook the World (1925) or Gone with the Wind (1940). We live in an age of documentaries, whether film or TV. There is a view that we also inhabit “instant” history, the download to laptop, the app, the all-purpose mobile. How has this technology changed our perception, our lived experience, of history? What is the role of commemoration, parade, holiday, festival, or statuary, in the writing of history?The different modes by which we see and understand history, flow and counter-flow, nevertheless come back to certain basics.One asks whether we deceive ourselves in always asking for some grand narrative. Can there only be one narrator or is history of necessity a colloquium, contested ground? Is national history a myth? And history-writing itself: is it actually a form of fiction, an artifice which flatters to deceive? What, exactly, is a historical fact?This conference, we hope, will address these perspectives and others which connect and arise.Submissions are organised into the following thematic streams:Arts - Teaching and Learning the ArtsArts Policy, Management and AdvocacyArts Theory and CriticismSocial, Political and Community Agendas in the ArtsVisual Arts PracticesPerforming Arts Practices: Theater, Dance, MusicLiterary Arts PracticesMedia Arts Practices: Television, Multimedia, Digital, Online and Other New MediaOther ArtsHumanities - Media, Film Studies, Theatre, CommunicationAesthetics, DesignLanguage, LinguisticsKnowledgePhilosophy, Ethics, ConsciousnessHistory, HistoriographyLiterature/Literary StudiesPolitical Science, PoliticsTeaching and LearningGlobalisationEthnicity, Difference, IdentityImmigration, Refugees, Race, NationFirst Nations and Indigenous PeoplesSexuality, Gender, FamiliesReligion, SpiritualityCyberspace, TechnologyScience, Environment and the HumanitiesOther HumanitiesSubmit your research and join the discussion. Abstracts of no more than 250 words should be submitted by February 28, 2017.To submit an abstract, please log into the IAFOR Submission System: http://iafor.org/iafor/iafor-submission-system/login.php For more information on ECAH2017, please visit the conference website: http://iafor.org/conferences/ecah2017/We look forward to seeing you in Brighton!
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