The Cultural Studies Association (CSA) invites proposals for participation in its nineteenth annual meeting. Proposals on all topics relevant to .. Read more cultural studies will be considered, with priority given to those that engage this year's theme of “Anti-Bodies.” Membership in the CSA is not required to submit a proposal, but is required in order to present at the conference. The CSA aims to provide multiple and diverse spaces for the cross-pollination of art, activism, pedagogy, design, and research by bringing together participants from a variety of positions inside and outside the university. Therefore, while we welcome traditional academic papers and panels, we also encourage contributions that experiment with alternative formats and intervene in the traditional disciplinary formations and exclusionary conceptions and practices of the academic (see session format options listed below). We are particularly interested in proposals for sessions designed to document and advance existing forms of collective action or catalyze new collaborations. We encourage submissions from individuals working beyond the boundaries of the university: artists, activists, independent scholars, professionals, community organizers, and community college educators.
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