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The Art of Gender in Everyday Life

Deadline: October 24, 2006

THE ART OF GENDER IN EVERYDAY LIFE IV 
A Multidisciplinary Conference 
 
CALL FOR PAPERS 
 
Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID 
April 5 & 6, 2007 
 
ABSTRACT POSTMARK DEADLINE: Tuesday, October 24, 2006 
 
Gender is not a given. Its meaning and significance are constantly in flux. 
This conference will explore the various ways in which gender is crafted, celebrated, endured, deciphered, expressed or, in short, the art of how it is lived on a daily basis. 
 
ALL submissions related to the art of living gendered lives will be considered. 
* Given our keynote speakers, the committee is especially interested in submissions that address the following: 
 
GENDER IN ACADEME (for example: campus climate; the experience of women in traditionally male-dominated disciplines, and vice versa; gender studies vs. women’s studies; etc.) 
 
GENDER AND THE ARTS 
 
GENDER AND MEN (for example: men & nonviolence; construction of masculinity; etc.) 
 
* The committee is also especially interested in receiving submissions from graduate and advanced undergraduate students. The committee will hold a student paper competition and award prizes for the graduate and undergraduate submissions they select. 
 
PRESENTATION FORMATS: Presentations may take several different formats, including: papers (resulting from group work or individuals); slide presentations; films; readings; and performances. Presentations should be no longer than 20 minutes in duration. 
 
Complete panels can also be submitted. Panel submissions will only be considered, however, if the following information is included: cover sheets and abstracts for a complete group of four participants; and the specific question to be addressed. 
 
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: Submissions will be accepted BY POST ONLY. 
Please enclose the following items for the committee’s consideration: 
 
1. an ABSTRACT of no more than 300 words 
The title should appear clearly at the top of the abstract; the presenter’s name should not appear on the abstract. No changes to either the title or abstract can be made following submission. 
2. a COVER SHEET with the following information: presenter’s name; presentation title; presentation format; institutional affiliation (including department) and academic status; phone number, street and email addresses; A/V needs; and a 50 word bio 
3. a DISK with both the abstract and cover sheet as Microsoft Word documents (as abstracts, affiliation, email addresses and bios will be reproduced in a booklet for all presenters) 
4. a REGISTRATION FORM AND CHECK for the registration fee for each presenter made out to the Anderson Center; this fee will help us to cover conference expenses including meal costs and a ticket for keynote speaker Dr. Bernice Sandler 
  PLEASE NOTE: In the event of an unaccepted abstract, this check will be destroyed. 
 
Forward all abstracts to: 
Anderson Gender Resource Center 
Idaho State University, Campus Box 8141 
Pocatello, ID 83209-8141 
Attn: The Art of Gender in Everyday Life IV Committee 
 
PLEASE NOTE: Should your abstract be accepted, you will be required to provide a copy of your paper by NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 20, 2007 so that your session discussant will have time to review your work. 
Also, if your abstract is accepted, you will be subscribed to the listserv artofgender@mm.isu.edu, and you will receive all updates via email from that account. 
 
QUESTIONS? Email us at: gndrctr@isu.edu or check out our website at www.isu.edu/andersoncenter�
 
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THE ART OF GENDER IN EVERYDAY LIFE IV 
A Multidisciplinary Conference 
REGISTRATION FORM 
 
 
_____ I plan to present 
  Please include $50 
 
_____ I plan to attend a workshop with Dr. Bernice Sandler on The Chilly Climate in Academe on the morning of Thursday, April 5, 2007 
  Please include $5 
 
_____ I plan to attend a networking dinner on Thursday, April 5. Please include $10 
 
_____ I plan to attend lunch with a talk by artist Claudia McCoy, M.F.A., on How Feminist Identity Informs Art, on Friday, April 6. Please include 
  $10 
 
Total amount enclosed: _____ 
 
 
Please mail this form along with your check and other required materials to: 
Anderson Gender Resource Center 
Idaho State University Campus Box 8141 
Pocatello, ID 83209-8141 
 
For more information, contact us via phone at 208-282-2805, gndrctr@isu.edu or check out our website at www.isu.edu/andersoncenter�
 
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THE ART OF GENDER IN EVERYDAY LIFE IV 
A Multidisciplinary Conference 
STUDENT PAPER PRIZES 
 
Awards: The Conference Committee will award two separate prizes (one undergraduate and one graduate) of $250. Additional Director’s Prizes of $25 each may be awarded at the Committee’s discretion. 
 
Competition guidelines: 
• The paper must be presented by the author at the April 2007 The Art of Gender in Everyday Life IV conference at Idaho State University in Pocatello, ID. 
• The paper may be from any discipline. 
• The paper must be given in English. 
• Only the version of the paper that is actually read at the conference is eligible. The paper should be approximately 8-12 pages, double-spaced, exclusive of bibliography. The abstract and bibliography should be included with the paper. 
• Five hard copies and a disk containing the conference version of the paper must be presented at the registration desk by 9am on Friday, April 6. They should be addressed to: Rebecca Morrow - Student Paper Competition. NO LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. 
• A cover page must be attached with the following information: the author's name, institutional affiliation (including department), divisional status (graduate or undergraduate) and email address; the name, address, and telephone number of the student's advisor; and the name of the session where the paper was or is to be presented. 
• Shared authorship papers are eligible provided that the category in which they are entered (i.e. undergraduate or graduate) is that appropriate for the most senior author. Papers co-authored with professionals are not eligible for the student paper competition. 
• All papers submitted by undergraduates must be accompanied by a note from the student's advisor indicating that the work is original and that the professor believes it to be appropriate for presentation at the conference. 
 
Judging: A panel of judges from a variety of disciplines will blind review submissions. The panel will employ standard scholarly criteria in making its awards. 
 
For information about the conference, consult our website, www.isu.edu/andersoncenter.�
 
Questions about the competition or the conference can be directed to gndrctr@isu.edu

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