Scenario

1649-8526Volume XIssue 1Year 2016
Call for Papers

SCENARIO FORUM Call for Papers

Performative Spaces in Language, Literature and Culture Education

2nd International SCENARIO FORUM Conference marking 10 Years SCENARIO – Journal for Performative Teaching, Learning, Research (University College Cork, Ireland – May 25-28, 2017)

The 2017 SCENARIO Forum conference responds to increasing signs of a performative shift in education and explores potential PERFORMATIVE SPACES in language, literature and culture-related pedagogical contexts. We invite contributions with a focus on (but not limited to):

We welcome contributions from teachers, scholars, as well as artists and practitioners in related arts-based disciplines and professional fields of practice, including Education, Drama and Theatre, Film/ New Media, Music, Dance, Visual Art. The organisers are open to a variety of presentational forms, including 25-minute papers, 90-minute workshops, short films, and performance pieces.

Please send your proposal (max. 300 words in English or German) together with a short bio (max. 50 words) by December 1, 2016 to scenario@ucc.ie. Prospective contributors will be informed by January 15, 2017. Updated conference information can be accessed at http://www.ucc.ie/en/scenario/scenarioforum/scenarioforum-conference2017/.

Selected papers will be published in SCENARIO Journal (http://scenario.ucc.ie) and/or the SCENARIO Book Series (http://www.ucc.ie/en/scenario/scenariobooks/).

The conference is organised by the Department of German, University College Cork, in close collaboration with the CASiLaC research cluster Culture as Performance – Performance as Culture in UCC’s School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures and the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Performance Practices.

Organising Team: Eucharia Donnery (Shonan Institute of Technology, Japan), Susanne Even (Indiana University, Bloomington, USA), Micha Fleiner (Xiamen University, China), Dragan Miladinovic (University College Cork), Erika Piazzoli (Trinity College Dublin), Manfred Schewe (University College Cork).