mardi 22 mai 2012
Bodies, Immunity, Discourse: Post-AIDS Literature
44th Annual Convention Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA) March 21-24, 2013 Boston, Massachusetts
Abstract Deadline: September 30, 2012
At this time when HIV infection rates are surging in specified populations, what are the newer, Post-AIDS literary forms (less centered on mourning and loss) that portray the most recent cultural knowledge of the AIDS crisis? How do current literary forms describe and define any of the following: the medicalization of AIDS, the expressivity of AIDS bodies, social vs. individual immunity, the recent social history of immunology, the scarcity of socio-cultural critiques of HIV diagnoses.
Abstracts: John Robinson-Appels, email@example.com.
Publié par Alexandre Klein à 08:22