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[cfp] 5th Annual Digital Assembly Conference

Posted 03 Dec, 2009

Futures of Digital Studies 2010

University of Florida, February 25-27

The conference is meant to bring in conversation digital artists and digital theorists.

Beside conference panels scheduled on Thursday and Friday February 25-26, a round table videoconference featuring transnational connections with renowned scholars from US, Canada and Europe (Katherine Hayles, Nick Montfort, Lev Manovich, Jerome McGann, Matthew Kirschnbaum, Arthur Kroker, Rita Raley and others) is scheduled on Saturday, February 27th at the Digital Worlds Institute to discuss the future developments of the field both on the theoretical and institutional level.

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[cfp] Conference 2010: Fractured Images / Broken Words...

Posted 03 Dec, 2009

Multi-Disciplinary Postgraduate Symposium hosted by the Department of English & Creative Writing, Lancaster University

12th June 2010

Keynote Speakers: Professor Terry Eagleton, of Lancaster University and Andy Diggle (AndyDiggle.com), comic-book writer and former editor of 2000 AD.

Featuring art installations by Christine Dawson

Call for Papers:

Visual and multi-modal texts are an integral element of both popular and literary culture, contemporary and past. This conference invites papers which engage with the notion of text and image, through, for example critical examination of graphic novels, television, film, illustrated texts or adaptations.

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