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Update: Unsettled Containers: Aspects of Interiority

In Uncategorized on August 12, 2010 at 11:16

Getting closer: we have accepted 21 double blind refereed abstracts – have a look here. We are now receiving expressions of interest for Work-in-Progress sessions. If you have something that is not of a finished nature but of interest in this context, and for which you would like to receive feedback, please let us know. You can download the registration form here.

We will start posting programme updates here around the end of September.

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Professor David Leatherbarrow

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David Leatherbarrow’s participation as keynote speaker has been confirmed and we are looking forward to welcoming him here in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

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Green Line Cafe, David Leatherbarrow

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The Call for Papers for Unsettled Containers: Aspects of Interiority (Interstices12) will be published here in early November 2010. Submissions will be due in by early February 2011 for publication in October 2011. Watch this space …

Notes for Contributors are available here. They are updated from time to time so please check for currency before submission.

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Image based on “2001: A Space Odyssey”
(Stanley Kubrick, 1968)

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For more permanent information (overview of previous issues and sample papers to download), please visit our website (www.interstices.auckland.ac.nz). To order online, please go to the MagMag website.

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