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January 7, 2009

Anthropology Film Festival at the University of British Columbia

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We are holding our 3th annual Anthropology Film Festival at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver,  and are presently accepting submissions. Would you help us to spread the news? We received some excellent films from students last year, so please encourage students that you know to send in their work.

The deadline is January 15, 2009 (we will accept late submissions as long as they email us by deadline with their interest). The festival runs May 13-16 in conjunction with the CASCA-AES conference at UBC.

You can find the Call for Submissions at anthfilm.anth.ubc.ca/images/2009FilmFestCall.jpg

Download the application form at anthfilm.anth.ubc.ca/events.html

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December 24, 2008

Ethnocineca 2009

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Ethnographic and Documentary Filmfest, Vienna
Call for Films

Submission deadline:  February 13, 2009
Festival dates: May 20-23, 2009
Location:  KosmosTheater, Vienna

The “ETHNOCINECA – Ethnographic and Documentary Filmfest Vienna” is a film festival in Austria. It is being organized by MASN-Austria in cooperation with the Department for Social and Cultural Anthropology in Vienna.

Currently we are busy organizing the ETHNOCINECA 2009. This year’s festival will be presented under a new name. The Ethnographic and Documentary Filmfest Vienna will be held in the KosmosTheater from 20 – 23 May 2009 and we will do our best to offer you exciting and interesting film days. Films can be submitted until 13 February, 2009 and this years’ selection of films for the Ethnocineca 2009 will be decided upon in March.

We invite all filmmakers and media-artists to submit film and media works until 13 February 2009. You can download the submission forms and regulations at the URL below.

We are looking forward to your contributions!

For further details see our website: www.ethnocineca.at
Submission forms may be downloaded at:

www.ethnocineca.at/downloads/CallForFilms/CallforFilms_Ethnocineca2009_English.pdf

 

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December 18, 2008

SVA Call for Papers

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Dear fellow SVA/AAA members,

As your SVA Program Committee for the 2009 AAA meeting in Philadelphia (December 2-6), we would like to invite the development of papers, posters and panels to be reviewed or sponsored by the SVA. The general theme for the 2009 meeting is “The End/s of Anthropology”—suggesting both the goals and the possible futures of the field—which should allow for much productive contribution by practitioners of visual anthropology.

We know SVA members have a lot to offer the larger organization, so we also encourage the development of professional skill-building workshops (for which registration fees apply, providing needed revenue to the SVA).

Deadlines for submission to SVA for special status consideration (these panels are automatically accepted into the 2009 program and receive prioritized scheduling):


  • Presidential/Executive sessions (ought to fit with the 2009 AAA general theme for best chance of acceptance): January 10, 2009
  • Invited SVA session (open topically, but should best exemplify the state of the field today): March 1, 2009


Deadline for on-line registration and regular paper, poster, panel and workshop submission to AAA (please choose SVA as the “reviewing” section): 5pm ET, April 1, 2009

In general, our criteria for evaluating all proposals will be:

  1. Relevance to the future of the field in terms of attention to various media platforms, significance to theory, and inclusion of indigenous or community perspectives.
  2. Coherence of thesis, clarity of aims, innovativeness of approach, applicability to membership.
  3. Attention to methodology, especially a concern with ethics (best practices).
  4. Contribution to the intellectual viability of visual anthropology, to anthropology in general, and to complementary fields of study.

We are here to help you—the membership of SVA—create the best program that we can. Please feel free to contact either of us with questions or suggestions as you develop proposals. Good luck!

Nancy Marie Mithlo (mithlo@wisc.edu) and Aaron Glass (ajg255@nyu.edu)

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December 12, 2008

The 11th RAI International Festival of Ethnographic Film 2009

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Where: Leeds, UK
Festival date
: 1 – 4 July 2009
Submission deadline
: 15 January 2009

Sponsored by The Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) jointly with The Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change, Leeds Metropolitan University, The Northern Film School, Leeds Metropolitan University, and
The Louis Le Prince Centre for Cinema, Photography and Television, Leeds University National Media Museum, Bradford

For submission conditions, entry forms and awarded prizes please check RAI Film Festival Website www.raifilmfest.org.uk; Here you find as well information about the international conference “Emotion in Motion: The Passions of Tourism, Travel and Movement, 4-7 July 2009.

We invite you to submit your recent productions, released (first screened in public) after 1 January 2006.

The Deadline for Submission is 15 January 2009 (postmark date); please make sure that the preview tapes arrive by 24 January at the latest. Please submit the form and stills by e-mail (festival@therai.org.uk) and send the preview tape (DVD or VHS) separately by post.


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September 25, 2008

Photographies Issue 2 Now Available

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Photographies
Issue 2 Now Available

Routledge is pleased to announce that the second issue of Photographies is now available.


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September 3, 2008

Rhetoric of the Image: Visual Culture in Political Islam

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Conference to be held at Copenhagen University, Denmark
Saturday and Sunday, March 21-22, 2009.


While narrative sources and oral communication were key in the formation and transmission of Islamic culture in the pre-modern period, an increasing use of visual media in the cultural production of modern Islamic societies has effectively placed the image alongside– if not above– text-based rhetorical models. Over the course of the twentieth century, visual media such as film, television, the graphic arts, illustrated books, and pamphlets were mobilized in the drive to modernize and to define a role for Islam in the public domain of everyday politics. In more recent years, new media forms like satellite television and the internet have offered further possibilities to use visual rhetoric for the public representation of Islamic subjectivities. The use of image-based narratives in modern Islamic culture generates an increasingly visualized public sphere that enables states, political groups, and individuals to construct and deploy ideological messages through culturally recognizable symbols.

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