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March 4, 2012
CFP: Violence Against Women in Contemporary American Popular Culture
Editor: Kara Mollis
Submission deadline for abstracts: April 1, 2012
Description: »Despite significant political advancements for women in the United States in the twenty-first century as well as important feminist work to combat gender-based violence in recent years, statistics on violence against women continue to be staggering. This edited collection seeks to explore the role that American popular culture plays in this social phenomenon by bringing together analyses of representations of violence against women in various popular cultural texts and practices of the twenty-first century, including but not limited to television, film, music, bestsellers, magazines, blogs, fashion, sports, and cultural movements.«
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