New Submissions Portal for ISSS Surrealisms 2021

The online submissions portal for the 2021 ISSS Surrealisms Worldwide Virtual Conference Event – Nuits blanches: Noches en Blanco: Around the Clock, 11-14 November 2021, is now open.

We ask that you please upload your proposals (individual presentations, pre-arranged panels or workshops, and pre-recorded artistic presentations) through the following site:

isss2021.exordo.com

Please submit your proposals here, instead of through the gmail address. (N.b. If you have already submitted a proposal via gmail, we will write to ask that you submit through ex ordo instead).

Please see our updated trilingual Call for Papers here and submit your proposals by 20 August 2021.

We are excited to work with Ex Ordo, as it will afford a far more stable and functioning platform for hosting our Fall 2021 virtual conference. The conference will now feature a) a live, around-the-clock virtual conference stream as well as b) a repository of pre-recorded artistic content, available “asynchronously” to registered conference attendees. This can include films, poetry readings, digital art, and other material, and will be available only to registered conference participants for a limited period.

Information about joining the ISSS can be found here.

Surrealism Beyond Borders: Stephanie D’Alessandro and Matthew Gale in Conversation

We are delighted to share our invitation for our upcoming online event, Surrealism Beyond Borders: Stephanie D’Alessandro and Matthew Gale, curators of Surrealism Beyond Borders, in conversation.

Join Stephanie D’Alessandro, Leonard A. Lauder Curator of Modern Art and Curator in Charge of the Leonard A. Lauder Research Center for Modern Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Matthew Gale, Senior Curator at Large at Tate Modern, as they discuss their work toward the upcoming exhibition, Surrealism Beyond Borders, a project that challenges conventional narratives of the revolutionary artistic, literary, and philosophical movement.

We hope as many of you can attend next Wednesday 14 July 2021 at 10am – 11am (EST) // 2pm – 3pm (BST).

You can order free tickets via the Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/surrealism-beyond-borders-in-conversation-tickets-162133699259

ISSS Surrealisms (Virtual Conference Event, 11-14 November 2021)

The ISSS is excited to announce that the trilingual Call for Proposals for ISSS Surrealisms is now live at:

https://surrealismstudies.org/virtual-conference-2021/

This virtual event will consist of “interlocking, time-zone specific, local conferences”, bringing the latest in research pertaining to Surrealism. The deadline for proposals is 15 August 2021.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Consider joining the ISSS! More information about membership benefits and what your membership contributes to can be found here:

https://surrealismstudies.org/join/

New issue of JSA

The Journal of Surrealism and the Americas has published the second number of a General Topics issue. It can be accessed at: jsa.asu.edu

Current issues feature articles and reviews can be accessed free of charge on the JSA website. 

Journal of Surrealism and the Americas 11:2 (2020)

Feature Articles

Agustín Cárdenas: Sculpting the ‘Memory of the Future’

Susan Power

Bataillean Surrealism in Mexico: S.NOB Magazine (1962)

David A.J. Murrieta Flores

Mexican Carnival: Profanations in Luis Buñuel’s Films Nazarín and Simón del desierto

Lars Nowak

Giorgio de Chirico, the First Surrealist in Mexico?

Carlos Segoviano

Review by Danielle Johnson 

All past JSA issues (2007-2020) are archived and available free of charge to readers via ASU Library KEEP: https://keep.lib.asu.edu/collections/126577

ISSS Virtual Book Launch: Surrealist Women’s Writing: A Critical Exploration

ISSS is delighted to announce the digital launch of Surrealist Women’s Writing: A Critical Exploration on Sunday 18 April 2021 (5-6:30pm BST / 12-1:30pm EST). 

The event will feature a presentation of the book by the editor, Anna Watz, followed by contributors’ readings of selected pieces of writing by Kay Sage, Claude Cahun, Leonora Carrington, Suzanne Césaire, Leonor Fini, Dorothea Tanning, and Rikki Ducornet. Participating contributors include: 

Jeannette Baxter (Anglia Ruskin University)

Kate Conley (William and Mary)

Jonathan P. Eburne (Pennsylvania State University)

Felicity Gee (Exeter University)

Catriona McAra (Leeds Arts University)

Kristoffer Noheden (Stockholm University)

Kara Rabbitt (William Paterson University)

Anna Watz (Linköping University). 

The event is in collaboration with Manchester University Press and participants will be able to purchase the book directly from MUP with a 40% discount. The discount code will be shared at the event and is valid until 30/04/21.

The conversation will be moderated by Molly Gilroy, co-founder and editor of The Debutante: The Feminist-Surrealist Arts Journal.

It would be wonderful to see the ISSS community join us on Sunday 18 April, to celebrate the first sustained critical inquiry into the writing of women associated with surrealism. Tickets are free and available via Eventbrite, here.

ISSS Virtual Events Winter/Spring 2021 Call for Proposals

Call for Proposals

The global pandemic has interrupted academic events and activities all over the world, including the 2020 ISSS Paris Conference, which has been rescheduled for autumn 2022. As we await our next in-person gathering in Paris, the ISSS Board has recently scheduled a virtual conference for November2021. In addition, the ISSS is also coordinating a series of virtual events this Winter and Spring.

Over the last year, we have all shared the experience of physical distance, though this has not diminished intellectual bonds, exchanges, and conversations. The ISSS remains committed to promoting research and fostering intellectual communities around surrealism and its many legacies, despite the challenges presented by COVID-19. Virtual events present the opportunity to bring together interlocutors from different geographical locations, invigorate participation, and spur new collaborations and connections across the globe.

We would thus like to seize the opportunity afforded by remote communication and issue this Call for Proposals for a curated series of virtual events sponsored and promoted by the ISSS for active members over the course of the winter and spring 2021. These events are not a replacement for the ISSS annual conferences in 2021 (virtual) and 2022 (Paris), but are meant instead to maintain and enrich our ongoing collective work on surrealism.

We solicit formats that suit the virtual medium, as well as encourage collaboration and the creation of research networks. Events can take place between early February and late June of 2021.

Events may include, but are not limited to:

–           Roundtable discussions

–           Discussion of pre-circulated papers

–           Reading groups

–           Panels with short presentations (5-10 min. each)

–           Series of workshops on new collaborative projects

–           Media-based creative work

The events may be live on Zoom, pre-recorded, or a combination of both.

Please send a complete proposal to surrealismstudies@gmail.com as soon as possible, although we will continue to accept proposals on a rolling basis. Please make sure to include the following:

–           Title of your proposed virtual event. Please make sure to designate it as a “Winter/Spring 2021 Virtual Event”

–           Names, emails, and affiliation of leaders and/or known participants (note that all participants/audience members must be active ISSS members; if your event is selected by ISSS, we can circulate your CFP to members if that is desirable)

–           Short description and rationale of the event (300 words)

–           Date and time of the proposed event (please provide two alternate dates and times; also include time zone)

–           Language or languages of proposed event

–           Format of the virtual event, including proposed size and composition of audience; pre-recorded or live on Zoom (note that if recording the event, all participants will need to sign permissions waivers in advance—this will be the organizer’s responsibility; ISSS will provide the blank permission waiver; also, please indicate whether your event might host a larger audience of ISSS member-listeners as well as active participants, and what the desirable limit of such a group size might be for your event)

–           Technological specifications and plans

Proposals will be peer-reviewed by the ISSS Programming Committee. ISSS will actively disseminate publicity for selected events to the organization’s members and international network through the ISSS website and social media. We also will host a public YouTube page for recorded events with signed permission waivers, although this is wholly optional. ISSS cannot contribute to organizational costs, technological needs and support, honoraria, and other associated expenses. Virtual event leaders will be expected to organize, manage and run all aspects of their event; leaders must supply their own access to Zoom and any necessary digital tools and components.

For more information, please contact surrealismstudies@gmail.com.

ISSS Programming Committee:

Jonathan P. Eburne

Elliott H. King

Effie Rentzou

Abigail Susik

Call for Virtual Programming Coordinator

The International Society for the Study of Surrealism (ISSS), a 501 c(3) nonprofit association for promoting fellowship and scholarly interaction among researchers, scholars, artists, and independent practitioners of surrealism, considered broadly, seeks nominations or self-nominations for a 1-year, renewable, volunteer Executive Board position: a Virtual Programming Coordinator. This is a volunteer position but it will come with a monetary stipend of $1500 as well as waived membership and registration fees.

We are seeking a candidate at any career phase (from student to independent to senior scholar) with the skills and interests necessary for coordinating the association’s forthcoming slate of virtual programs in 2021. This will include collaborating with a series of workshop hosts around the world, managing social media, and overseeing the coordination of virtual events and other volunteer-led initiatives. We seek a volunteer who is committed to the development and coordination of ISSS virtual events in the coming year and who is comfortable with working collaboratively across multiple fields and, ideally, across languages, in keeping with the ISSS mission. The one-year renewable term will begin on January 15, 2021.

Deadline for nominations and self-nominations: ideally before February 15, but we will continue to accept nominations and self-nominations on a rolling basis.

Please address all nominations  to: Jonathan P. Eburne, Acting President, ISSS: eburne@psu.edu

ISSS: Postponing Paris conference

The ISSS Board and the Paris conference organizing committee are writing to let you know that the 3rd annual ISSS annual conference, originally scheduled for November 2020, has been postponed until fall 2021. This decision was a very difficult one to make. However, based on the continuing evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic—and keeping the safety, as well as the institutional and financial circumstances, of our membership in mind‚ we agreed that this was a necessary decision.

Our Paris conference hosts— Olivier Penot-Lacassagne, Iveta Slavkova, Fabrice Flahutez, and Julia Drost—have worked together brilliantly to  envision a multi-institutional, interdisciplinary, and internationally-minded conference in Paris, and the ISSS board is excited to continue working with them to make the Paris conference a success in a year’s time, in fall 2021. We will update our membership when we schedule a new date, and will subsequently renew the call for papers. If you have already submitted a proposal, we apologize for the inconvenience and look especially forward to revisiting your work in the very near future.

In spite of this sad but necessary change in schedule, the study of surrealism continues to evolve and strengthen, even during these difficult times. Numerous museum exhibitions, book publications, and other celebrations have been appearing and are in the works; and new surrealism-related projects (such as The Debutante) continue to launch and sustain their artistic, scholarly, and political programs.  This is an exciting—and indeed, a necessary—moment for the continued and renewed attention to surrealism worldwide.

In this regard, the ISSS likewise continues to grow and develop, in spite of the pandemic. We are in the process of finalizing details about a new ISSS journal and book series.  We will hold an election for Vice-President for ISSS next month, and we will be launching a fundraiser (with original art) to support future travel to ISSS events by students, independent artists, and non-tenure track faculty.  We thus hope you will stay in contact, and, if you are in a position to do so,  consider renewing your membership to the ISSS.

Thank you, and with very best wishes,

Jonathan Eburne

on behalf of the ISSS Board:

Susan Aberth

Jason Earle

Jonathan Eburne

Andrea Gremels

Claire Howard

Elliott King

Sean Mooney

Melanie Nicholson

Effie Rentzou

Abigail Susik

Pierre Taminiaux

ISSS CFP Extended

DEADLINE EXTENDED on account of coronavirus: APRIL 30, 2020

Call For Papers
https://isssparis2020.wordpress.com/

Surrealisms Paris 2020 (November 6-9, 2020) is the third conference of the International Society for the Study of Surrealism (ISSS). It is organized by the American University of Paris, Centre allemand d’histoire de l’art (DFK Paris), Université Lyon-Saint-Étienne, and Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3.

Please submit proposals to isssparis2020@gmail.com by April 30, 2020.

ISSS Paris 2020 CFP

Call For Papers

https://isssparis2020.wordpress.com/

Surrealisms Paris 2020 (November 6-9, 2020) is the third conference of the International Society for the Study of Surrealism (ISSS). It is organized by the American University of Paris, Centre allemand d’histoire de l’art (DFK Paris), Université Lyon-Saint-Étienne, and Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3.

Please submit proposals to isssparis2020@gmail.com by March 31, 2020.

Building upon the success of the inaugural ISSS conference at Bucknell University (Pennsylvania, USA, 2018) and the second at the University of Exeter (England, 2019), we seek proposals for SURRÉALISMES PARIS 2020, which will be held November 6-9, 2020. Along with academic sessions and roundtables, the conference will include film screenings, poetry readings, and exhibitions. The International Society for the Study of Surrealism (ISSS) aims to facilitate cross-disciplinary and inter-regional exchange by organizing events and facilitating channels of information worldwide. The mission of the ISSS is to incorporate and promote new scholarship on global surrealism, as well as to introduce new ways to approach its various literary and artistic expressions. In addition, we seek to foster exchanges between practicing artists, writers, surrealists, and the scholarly community for whom surrealism (past and present) is a field of ongoing inquiry.

The year 2020 is an anniversary year for surrealism, marking the publication of Les Champs magnétiques by André Breton and Philippe Soupault, as well as the second version of the journal Littérature which, inspired by Dada, provided the foundation for the surrealist avant-garde.

In 1935, Benjamin Péret wrote that “to avoid its own desiccation,” Surrealism had to “bypass the narrow borders of France and adopt an international presence.” Our transversal and interdisciplinary Parisian conference will be the occasion to interrogate broadly, without reducing it to a narrow theme, this internationalization of surrealism, up to and including the emergence of global surrealism on the globalized market today. The international audience of Surrealism, in Europe and beyond, raises multiple questions: Where and by what means did the movement spread? What resistance or adherence did surrealist ideas meet in different cultural contexts? What were the modalities of surrealism’s reception in Europe and on the other continents? How did the relations between the supposed “center” (Paris) and the “peripheral groups” develop? How did the ideas of surrealism evolve due to this international expansion? Did the latter contribute to the loss of its initial nature or, on the contrary, to its necessary and vital renewal? Did the progressive commodification, aestheticization and museumification of surrealism undercut the political revolt and the poetic exigency the movement embodied? In other words, what is surrealism today: what poetic subversion, political revolt, or opposition does it still nurture and express?

 

Proposals for individual presentations (20 minutes) must include an abstract of 250 words, a title, professional affiliation (if applicable), email and postal address, and a short bio of the presenter. We strongly encourage proposals for pre-organized panels consisting of 3-4 papers; these proposals must include a supplementary paragraph explaining the panel’s rationale with a title. Roundtables and other alternative formats are also welcome. We warmly encourage proposals from graduate students who work on topics related to surrealism, as well as from independent artists, filmmakers, poets, and writers interested to present their work in a scholarly context.

 

Presentations may be given in French, Spanish, or English.

Please submit  proposals to isssparis2020@gmail.com by March 31, 2020.

 

The Committee’s decision will be notified by email by May 31 2020.

 

The organizers:

 

Iveta Slavkova, American University of Paris, AUP

Olivier Penot-Lacassagne, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3

Julia Drost, Centre Allemand d’histoire de l’art, DFK Paris

Fabrice Flahutez, Université de Lyon-Saint-Etienne

 

and the ISSS program committee:

Jonathan Eburne, Pennsylvania State University

Elliott H. King, Washington and Lee University

Effie Rentzou, Princeton University

Abigail Susik, Willamette University

 

 

 

 

Surréalismes Paris 2020 est la troisième conférence de l’International Society for the Study of Surrealism (ISSS). Cette conférence est organisée par : American University of Paris (AUP), Centre allemand d’histoire de l’art (DFK Paris), Université Lyon-Saint-Etienne, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3

 

Elle se tiendra du 6 au 9 novembre 2020 dans les locaux de l’American University of Paris (7e arrondissement, Paris) et de l’Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3 (12e arrondissement, Paris).

 

Veuillez envoyer vos propositions avant le 31 mars 2020 à l’adresse suivante : isssparis2020@gmail.com.

 

Après la conférence inaugurale de l’ISSS, qui s’est tenue avec succès à l’Université de Bucknell, aux États-Unis, en 2018, et celle de l’Université d’Exeter, en Angleterre, en août 2019, nous vous invitons à nous envoyer vos propositions de communication pour SURRÉALISMES PARIS 2020 qui aura lieu en novembre 2020. Outre l’organisation de sessions et de tables rondes, cette conférence fera place à d’autres manifestations : projections de films, lectures poétiques, expositions.

 

L’ISSS a pour but de faciliter les échanges interdisciplinaires et inter-régionaux en organisant des événements (colloques, forums, expositions) sur le surréalisme. Sa mission est d’en promouvoir l’étude et de présenter les nouvelles approches de ses expressions artistiques et littéraires. L’ISSS veut enfin permettre la création d’un réseau international réunissant chercheurs, artistes, écrivains de tous les continents qui œuvrent dans le champ du surréalisme, passé et présent.

 

2020 est une année anniversaire qui donnera lieu à de nombreux événements culturels en France. On y commémorera la naissance du surréalisme, avec la parution des Champs magnétiques d’André Breton et de Philippe Soupault, ainsi que la refondation de la revue Littérature (seconde mouture) qui, d’inspiration dadaïste, pose les prémisses de l’avant-garde surréaliste.

 

« Pour ne pas se dessécher », écrit Benjamin Péret en 1935, le surréalisme devait « sortir du cadre étroit des frontières de la France et prendre une figure internationale ». Notre congrès parisien, interdisciplinaire et transversal, sera l’occasion d’interroger très largement, sans la réduire à une thématique étroite, cette internationalisation du surréalisme, jusqu’à l’avènement d’un surréalisme global dans le marché mondialisé d’aujourd’hui. L’audience internationale, et non seulement européenne, du surréalisme, mérite d’être débattue. Où et par quelles médiations s’est-il diffusé ? Quelles résistances et quelles adhésions a-t-il rencontrées au cours de son histoire selon les lieux et les cultures ? Quelles ont été les modalités de sa réception en Europe et, au-delà, sur tous les continents ? Comment les relations entre le « centre » supposé (Paris) et les groupes « périphériques » se sont-elles développées ? Le surréalisme a-t-il été amoindri ou enrichi par cet élargissement international ? Le mouvement y a-t-il perdu sa nature propre ou, au contraire, y a-t-il puisé les éléments d’un indispensable renouvellement ? Sa progressive marchandisation artistique a-t-elle atténué l’exigence poétique qu’il défendait ? Son esthétisation et sa muséification ont-elles définitivement étouffé la révolte politique qu’il incarnait ? Bref, qu’en est-il du surréalisme aujourd’hui ? Quelle subversion poétique, quelle révolte politique peut-il encore nourrir ? Quelles oppositions permet-il encore de formuler ? C’est donc l’actualité plurielle du surréalisme, objet des approches les plus diverses, qui nous rassemblera à Paris.

Notre congrès parisien sera l’occasion d’interroger cette nécessaire mais périlleuse internationalisation du surréalisme, jusqu’à l’avènement d’un surréalisme global dans le marché mondialisé d’aujourd’hui. L’audience internationale, et non seulement européenne, du surréalisme, mérite d’être débattue et de l’être sans complaisance. Où et par quelles médiations s’est-il diffusé ? Quelles résistances et quelles adhésions a-t-il rencontrées au cours de son histoire selon les lieux et les cultures ? Quelles ont été les modalités de sa réception en Europe et, au-delà, sur les autres continents ? Comment les relations entre le « centre » supposé (Paris) et les groupes « périphériques » se sont-elles développées ? Le surréalisme parisien a-t-il été amoindri ou enrichi par cet élargissement international ? Le mouvement y a-t-il perdu sa nature propre ou, au contraire, y a-t-il puisé les éléments d’un indispensable renouvellement ? Sa progressive marchandisation artistique a-t-elle atténué l’exigence poétique qu’il défendait ? Son esthétisation et sa muséification ont-elles définitivement étouffé la révolte politique qu’il incarnait ? Bref, qu’en est-il du surréalisme aujourd’hui ? Quelle subversion poétique, quelle révolte politique peut-il encore nourrir ? Quelles oppositions permet-il encore de formuler ?

Les propositions de communications individuelles (d’une durée de 20 minutes) doivent comporter un résumé de 250 mots, un titre, l’affiliation professionnelle, une courte biographie et les coordonnées de l’intéressé.e. Les propositions de séances pré-organisées (panels), vivement souhaitées et pouvant comporter 3 ou 4 communications, doivent inclure un paragraphe supplémentaire décrivant la logique et indiquant le titre de la séance. Les tables rondes et autres séances aux formats alternatifs sont aussi les bienvenues. Enfin, nous encourageons la participation des doctorant.e.s qui travaillent sur des sujets relatifs au surréalisme ainsi que celle d’artistes, de cinéastes, de poètes et d’écrivains qui souhaitent présenter leur travail dans un contexte académique.

 

Les langues d’intervention seront le français, l’anglais et l’espagnol.

 

Veuillez envoyer vos propositions avant le 31 mars 2020 à l’adresse suivante : isssparis2020@gmail.com.

 

Réponse du comité envoyée avant le 31 mai 2020

 

Le comité organisateur:

Iveta Slavkova (American University of Paris, AUP)

Olivier Penot-Lacassagne (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3)

Julia Drost (Centre allemand d’histoire de l’art, DFK Paris)

Fabrice Flahutez (Université Lyon-Saint-Etienne)

 

 

avec  le comité de programme:

 

Jonathan Eburne, Pennsylvania State University

Elliott H. King, Washington and Lee University

Effie Rentzou, Princeton University

Abigail Susik, Willamette University

 

Surrealismos París 2020 (6 – 9 noviembre de 2020) es el 3er congreso de la International Society for the Study of Surrealism (ISSS).

Está organizado por la Universidad Americana de París, el Centro Allemand d’Histoire de l’art (DFK París), la Universidad de Lyon-Saint-Étienne y la Universidad Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3.Envíe propuestas a isssparis2020@gmail.com antes del 31 de marzo, 2020.

Sobre la base del éxito de la conferencia inaugural del ISSS en la Universidad de Bucknell (Pensilvania, EE. UU., 2018) y la segunda en la Universidad de Exeter (Inglaterra, 2019), buscamos propuestas para SURRÉALISMES PARIS 2020, que se realizará del 6 al 9 de noviembre 2020. Junto con sesiones académicas y mesas redondas, la conferencia incluirá proyecciones de películas, lecturas de poesía y exposiciones. La Sociedad Internacional para el Estudio del Surrealismo (ISSS) tiene como objetivo facilitar el intercambio interdisciplinario e interregional organizando eventos y facilitando canales de información en todo el mundo. La misión del ISSS es incorporar y promover nuevas investigaciones sobre el surrealismo global, así como introducir nuevas formas de abordar sus diversas expresiones literarias y artísticas. Además, pretendemos fomentar un diálogo entre artistas y escritores en ejercicio y la comunidad académica en torno al surrealismo (pasado y presente) como eje de investigación constante.

El año 2020 es un año de aniversario para el surrealismo, marcando la publicación de Les Champs magnétiques por André Breton y Philippe Soupault, así como la segunda versión de la revista Littérature que, inspirada en Dada, sirvió de base para la vanguardia surrealista.

 

En 1935, Benjamin Péret escribió que “para evitar su propia desecación”, el surrealismo tenía que “pasar por las estrechas fronteras de Francia y adoptar una presencia internacional”. Nuestra conferencia parisina transversal e interdisciplinaria será la ocasión de interrogar ampliamente, sin reducirla a un tema estrecho, esta internacionalización del surrealismo, hasta incluir la aparición del surrealismo global en el mercado globalizado de hoy. La audiencia internacional del surrealismo, en Europa y más allá, plantea múltiples preguntas: ¿Dónde y por qué medios se extendió el movimiento? ¿Qué resistencia o adherencia encontraron las ideas surrealistas en diferentes contextos culturales? ¿Cuáles fueron las modalidades de recepción del surrealismo en Europa y en los otros continentes? ¿Cómo se desarrollaron las relaciones entre el supuesto “centro” (París) y los “grupos periféricos”? ¿Cómo evolucionaron las ideas del surrealismo debido a esta expansión internacional? ¿Contribuyó este último a la pérdida de su naturaleza inicial o, por el contrario, a su renovación necesaria y vital? ¿La mercantilización progresiva, la estetización y la museificación del surrealismo socavaron la revuelta política y la exigencia poética que encarnó el movimiento? En otras palabras, ¿qué es hoy el surrealismo: qué subversión poética, revuelta política u oposición todavía alimenta y expresa?

 

Las propuestas para presentaciones individuales (20 minutos) deben incluir un resumen de unas 250 palabras, junto con un título, afiliación profesional (si corresponde), correo electrónico y dirección postal, y una breve biografía del presentador. Alentamos encarecidamente las propuestas de paneles preorganizados que consisten en 3-4 documentos; Estas propuestas deben incluir un párrafo complementario que explique la justificación del panel con un título. Las mesas redondas y otros formatos alternativos también son bienvenidos. Alentamos calurosamente las propuestas de los estudiantes de postgrado que trabajan en temas relacionados con el surrealismo, así como de artistas independientes, cineastas, poetas y escritores interesados ​​en presentar su trabajo en un contexto académico. Las presentaciones se pueden dar en francés, español o inglés. Envíe propuestas a isssparis2020@gmail.com antes del 31 de marzo, 2020. La decisión del Comité será notificada por correo electrónico antes del 31 de mayo de 2020.

Coordinadores del congreso:

Iveta Slavkova, American University of Paris, AUPOlivier Penot-Lacassagne, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3Julia Drost, Centre Allemand d’histoire de l’art, DFK ParisFabrice Flahutez, Université de Lyon-Saint-Etienne

 

con el Comité de programa:

Jonathan Eburne, Pennsylvania State University

Elliott H. King, Washington and Lee University

Effie Rentzou, Princeton University

Abigail Susik, Willamette University