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Início: Fim: Data de abertura: Data de encerramento: Países: Reino Unido

Arte, Artes visuais, Chamada para trabalhos, Cinema, Estudos Ibéricos, Literatura, Música

A Universidade de Huddersfield, no Reino Unido, sedia nos dias 28 e 29 de novembro de 2019 a Conferência Internacional «Arts and Models of Democracy in post-authoritarian Iberian Peninsula», que terá como oradores convidados os professores António Costa Pinto (Universidade de Lisboa) e Duncan Wheeler (Universidade de Leeds). Os interessados têm até ao dia 3 de julho para enviar as suas propostas.

Mais informações: https://intlconference.wixsite.com/art-demo-iberianpen/call-for-papers

International Conference
Arts and Models of Democracy in post-authoritarian Iberian Peninsula
University of Huddersfield
28-29 November 2019

Convened by:
Dr Igor Contreras Zubillaga (University of Huddersfield)
Dr Giulia Quaggio (University of Sheffield)

Keynote Speakers:
Prof António Costa Pinto (University of Lisbon)
Prof Duncan Wheeler (University of Leeds)

This two-days conference aims to innovatively question how artistic practices and institutions formed ways of imagining democracy and by what means arts and culture participate in the wider social struggle to define freedom and equality for the post-Estado Novo and post-Francoist period: how did artistic practices instantiate ideas of democracy in this context? Inversely, how did such democratic values inform artistic practice? How did Portuguese and Spanish artists and intellectuals negotiate between creative autonomy and social responsibility? And more broadly, what is the role of culture in a democracy? The core purpose of the conference is to bring scholars together from different subject areas and exploring any artistic practice (literature, visual and plastic arts, cinema and music). PhD students, early careers and senior researchers are invited to submit an abstract to engage in an interdisciplinary and comparative debate on how the field of culture framed different ideas of democracy in the Iberian post-authoritarian transitions during the 1970s and early 1980s. Papers will be 30-minutes in length with 15 minutes of discussion time, to enable the fullest exchange. Please submit proposals (300 words) and a short bio to I.ContrerasZubillaga(at)hud.ac.uk and g.quaggio(at)sheffield.ac.uk by the deadline 3 July 2019. The programme will be announced in late July.

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