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18.09.2007 - PERSONS, INTIMACY AND LOVE 2 (17TH 20TH MARCH 2008, SALZBURG, AUSTRIA)

Persons, Intimacy and Love 2 (17th 20th March 2008, Salzburg, Austria)

2nd Global Conference
Persons, Intimacy and Love

Monday 17th March - Thursday 20th March 2008
Salzburg, Austria

Call for Papers
This research conference seeks to explore issues of intimacy and love
within the context of persons and interpersonal relationships and
across a range of critical, contextual and cultural perspectives.
Seeking to encourage innovative inter, multi and post disciplinary
dialogues, we warmly welcome papers from all disciplines, professions
and vocations which struggle to understand what it is to be a person
and what it means for persons to stand in individual, social and
national relationships of intimacy, love, desire and friendship.

In particular papers, workshops and presentations are invited on any
of the following themes:

1. Public and Private Contexts of Intimate Relationships
~ How and where to locate intimacy?
~ Should we re-think the idea of intimacy?
~ Modern and postmodern intimacies
~ Identity and belonging; the local, social, national and international
~ Structures, institutions and systems; economics and intimacy; work
and intimacy
~ Acts and interactions; representations and symbols; space and time

2. Love, Desire, Lust and Sex
~ Persons and the search for meaning
~ Norms that rule the intimacies of our lives
~ The death or killing of love, desire, lust or sex
~ Commitment and obligation; choice and respect; loyalty and trust
~ The secular and the religious; the heretical and the sacred
~ Personhood and identity without love, desire, lust or sex

3. Bonds of Care, Friendship and Love
~ Persons and family: blood, heritage, choice and happenstance
~ Who is a friend?
~ Historical, social and symbolic shifting grounds
~ Meaning, obligation, identity and belonging
~ Loving and caring for children, siblings and parents
~ Hospitality and bonds of care

4. When Relationships End or Fail
~ Norms, agreements and expectations
~ Betrayal, cheating and infidelity
~ The loss of intimacy; the destruction of trust
~ Isolation, alienation, loneliness and estrangement
~ Conflict, breakdown, crisis and the demise of relationships
~ Separation, mourning and bereavement; unlinking and unloving

5. Caring for Others
~ Persons, acquaintances, others and the needs of strangers
~ Intimacies between strangers
~ Why should we care about others and distant others?
~ Dislocated persons; homeless persons; uprooted persons
~ Selfishness and selflessness; expecting and giving
~ Aloofness, estrangement and disconnected persons

6. Caring for Self
~ Selfhood intimacies and pleasures of the self
~ Soul, emotions, ideas and the inner-self
~ Dreams, fantasies and desire; symbols, meaning and the unconscious
~ Time, space, solitude and the recognition of self and the inner-self
~ Body rituals: aesthetics, playfulness, health and functions
~ Alienation, madness, crisis of the self, despair and suicide

7. The Politics of Intimacy
~ Inequality, power relations and intimacy
~ Normativity and normalisation; difference and dissidence
~ Productivity, efficiency and the dwindling of free time
~ Homogeneity, identity and intimacy
~ The democratisation of intimate relations
~ Freedom, personhood, resistance and rebellion

Papers will be considered on any related theme. 300 word abstracts
should be submitted by Friday 2nd November 2007. If an abstract is
accepted for the conference, a full draft paper should be submitted by
Friday 22nd February 2008.

300 word abstracts should be submitted to both Organising Chairs;
abstracts may be in Word, WordPerfect, or RTF formats, following this
order:

a) author(s), b) affiliation, c) email address, d) title of abstract,
e) body of abstract

We acknowledge receipt and answer to all paper proposals submitted. If
you do not receive a reply from us in a week you should assume we did
not receive your proposal; it might be lost in cyberspace! We suggest,
then, to look for an alternative electronic route or resend.

Joint Organising Chairs
Alejandro Cervantes-Carson
Research & Project Development Director,
Inter-Disciplinary.Net,
Barcelona, Catalunya,
Spain
Email: acc@inter-disciplinary.net

Rob Fisher
Network Leader
Inter-Disciplinary.Net,
Freeland, Oxfordshire,
United Kingdom
E-Mail: pil2@inter-disciplinary.net

The conference is part of the ‘Probing the Boundaries’ programme of
research projects. It aims to bring together people from different
areas and interests to share ideas and explore various discussions
which are innovative and exciting.

All papers accepted for and presented at this conference will be
eligible for publication in an ISBN eBook. Selected papers will be
developed for publication in a themed hard copy volume.

For further details about the project please visit:
http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/ptb/persons/pil/pil.html

For further details about the conference please visit:
http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/ptb/persons/pil/pil2/cfp.html