Call for Papers: II International Colloquium Word, Sound, Image

Escrita, som, imagem II colóquio internacional

Call for Papers

Venue: Federal University of Minas Gerais - UFMG, Brazil May 21st - 25th 2019

The II International Colloquium Word, Sound, Image aims to contribute to the consolidation of research in the field of Interart Studies and Intermediality, by means of the discussion of theoretical, conceptual and methodological issues in the area, featuring academic and artistic activities that reach a wide and diverse audience. The collocuium expects to bring together scholars investigating the transdisciplinary nature of issues involving literature, music, visual arts, cinema, theater, architecture, and digital media, among others, aiming at a discussion of these new cultural phenomena of contemporaneity. Considering the broad field of the area, we welcome proposals that cover the following themes:

- Word, image, and sound through time
- History, theory, creation, and criticism
- Intermediality and Cultural Studies
- Intermediatic processes: transposition, combination and reference
- Writing, sound, image: conceptual perspectives
- Memory, writing, sound, and image
- Digital technologies in the ars and media
- Literature and other Arts
- Visual Arts and other Arts
- Music and other arts

Keynote Speakers

EDUARDO KAC, School of the Art Institute of Chicago 
Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, he is an internationally renowned artist for his telepresence technique and use of bio-art.

JOSÉ MIGUEL SOARES WISNIK, University of Sáo Paulo 
Musician, composer, and essayist. He teaches Brazilian Literature at the University of  Sáo Paulo. 

PAOLO PIRES DO VALE, Portuguese Catholic University
Professor at the Portuguese Catholic University, he is an essayist and curator; president of the International Association of Art Critics of Portugal. 

WALTER MOSER, University of Ottawa
Professor Emeritus of Modern Language and Literatures at University of Ottawa, Canada, having received the Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (2004). 

The organizing committee welcomes paper proposals from professors, researchers, and postgraduate students for evaluation by January 20, 2019. The event is open to the academic community and requires registration. The target audience is composed of professors, researchers, graduate and undergraduate students, and the general public. 


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