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Call for Papers – Food Studies Conference at UTSA – Extended Deadline

October 14, 2013

Eighth Interdisciplinary and Multicultural Conference on Food Representation in Literature, Film, and the Arts

San Antonio, Texas
February 28 – March 1, 2014

Sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal and Fine Arts, University of Texas at San Antonio

The objective of this interdisciplinary, multicultural conference is to examine, celebrate, and enjoy the variety of ways in which food has been represented in the humanities and the arts throughout time around the planet.
Writers, artists and poets, scholars in literature, history, art history and film, cooks, psychologists, sociologist, anthropologists, and more are invited to contribute to this dialogue.

Deadline to Submit Abstract: 11/8/2013

Please submit an abstract of no more than 200 words, written in any of the languages taught at The University of Texas at San Antonio (English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic). Proposals for special panels will also be considered. Submit via email (Microsoft Word document attachment only) or hard copy to:
Professor Santiago Daydí-Tolson, Conference Chair
Department of Modern Languages & Literatures
The University of Texas at San Antonio
1 UTSA Circle
San Antonio, Texas 78249-0644
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