European Beat Studies Network 2021 Virtual Conference Flyer

EBSN 2021

January 2, 2021
Splabman

Like all other things the European Beat Studies Network is going virtual for their next event, though we all hope things are back to the new abnormal by October 2021. Still, this is a good opportunity for those who can’t get to Europe and have something intelligent to say about the Beats. I have attended this event a couple of times and it is run by good and capable people.

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Present and Future of Beat Studies
Dates: October 29-31, 2021
Location: Online/Zoom
Registration Fee €30, concessions €10.

We invite proposals for the Tenth Anniversary Conference of the EBSN, which will take place via the online Zoom meetings platform, October 29-31 2021.

Deadline for abstracts: February 15, 2021. Notifications by April 15, 2021. Please submit abstracts to Conference Administrator Raven See at rsee11@elmira.edu

Possible topics may include but are not limited to:

Aesthetic practices
Beats and other Bohemian movements
The Beat canon
Beat culture as a global phenomenon
Beat ownership
The Beat project
Biographical encounters
Cinematic ventures
Civil disobedience and free expression
Culture and power
Cultural confrontations and appropriations
Cultural mythology
Decolonial deliberations
Documentaries and interviews
Environmental considerations
Europe as a Beat location
Feminisms
Gender and identity
Geography and movement
The gritty underground
International Beats
Life-writing and the Beats
Limits in Beat studies
Linguistic discoveries
Marginalization
Material questions
Migration
Musical connections
Post-Beats
Publication histories
Re-defining the Beats
Teaching the Beats
Theatre and media
Theory and criticism
Transcultural Beats
Transnational aspects of Beat culture
Translations
Travel and the Flâneur
Uncovered histories
Women of the Beat Generation

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