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CFP: 12th Annual Landscape, Space, and Place Conference

Tuesday, November 28, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Rosalind V. Rini Larson
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Landscape Studies is multidisciplinary, with a diverse array of approaches that give the field its strength. The Landscape, Space and Place (LSP) Conference is in its twelfth year of bringing together scholars across various disciplinary backgrounds and from different stages of their careers. At this conference, all scholars interested in the widely varied interpretations and analyses of landscape are invited to join in the exchange of ideas and consideration of novel intellectual perspectives, to join in the effort of building a more integrative framework for the field.

The conference committee is open to many interpretations of Landscape, Space, and Place. Some previous papers and sessions have dealt with the following approaches:

  • Geographies of film culture and exhibition
  • Digital landscapes, mapping, and geo-caching
  • Global conflict, borders, and nationalism
  • Visual culture and media studies
  • Tourism, post-colonialism, and boundary crossing
  • Emplacement, displacement, and hybridity
  • Environmental landscapes and politics
  • Migration, geographies of everyday life
  • Animal and post-human geographies
  • Queer spaces, gendered places, and visual culture
  • Whiteness and racialized landscapes
  • Archaeology and landscape history
  • Architecture and theories of design
  • Photography and documentary studies
  • Soundscapes, sound studies, and sonar
  • Literary Geographies, text(ile)ual spaces, contexts
  • Embodiment and the politics of scale

 Potential questions to address include but are not limited to:

  • How do landscapes shape dynamics of power and how do these power structures in turn shape landscapes?
  • What are the relationships between spaces and cultural and artistic practices?
  • How can places influence conceptualizations of citizenship and political involvement?
  • What are some of the contemporary or historical ways of representing and experiencing space?
  • What are some of the ways of circulating and reproducing notions of place?

Information and Guidelines for Submission:

The LSP conference will feature workshop panels of 3-4 people presenting papers related to a general theme. Presenters should prepare 10-12 minute presentations that will be followed by a 15-20 minute Q/A. Papers may include a variety of multimedia aids. Along with typical PowerPoint paper presentations, past conferences have included landscape architecture panels, artistic installations, hands-on demonstrations, and film screenings. Such creative project submissions are also welcome and can be accommodated. Please notify the coordinators of your particular needs in the email which accompanies your abstract submission.

For any type of submission please include:

  • a written abstract of 250-300 words
  • five (5) keywords to describe your project
  • two (2) bibliographic references

Submissions are due by January 31, 2018.

Please submit abstracts to https://iulandscapeconference.wordpress.com/abstract-submission/.

 If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Conference Committee (Beth Ciaravolo (chair) and Abdul Aijaz) at IUlandscapeconference@gmail.com.



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