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Call for Papers “Love and Sex in the Films and Graphic Novels of Alan Moore” 2010 Film & History Conference: Representations of Love in Film and Television November 11-14, 2010 Hyatt Regency Milwaukee www.uwosh.edu/filmandhistory Final Deadline: September 15, 2010 AREA: Love and Sex in the Films and Graphic Novels of Alan Moore Alan Moore has a love-hate relationship with the film industry, yet films based on his work proliferate: From Hell (2001), V for Vendetta (2005), The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003), and Watchmen (2009). Sex and (possibly) love abound in Moore's novels and in the films grounded, to some extent, in his writing. In V for Vendetta, Moore juxtaposes the love of the computerized state with the more transient love of men and women. In V for Vendetta, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and Watchmen, he poses difficult questions about the nature of (super)heroic love for others, and for democracy, nation, and empire. Throughout his work, Moore is attuned to issues of representation, and to how representation demarcates the reality of those who are "loved." Moore may be the exemplary postmodern graphic novelist, and "his" films are well worth considering for what they say about our particular historical moment, and in this particular moment, what they say about various manifestations of love. This area is open to any paper or panel proposal which examines the representation of love, sex, and ethical relations in any work influenced by, or authored by Moore. Possible topics might include: Anarchy as love Love, sex, and postcoloniality Victorian love Postmodern pastiche as a form of love-making Love in (loving) the state--fascist love Love and the body Love in adaptation Representing love in film versus sequential art Representation and the limits of love Loving one another: Thomas Pynchon and Alan Moore Freedom as love God and (as?) love Exposure as love Inoperative communities and love Please send your 200-word proposal by email to the area chair: Todd Comer, Area Chair Defiance College 701 North Clinton Street Defiance OH 43512 Email: email@example.com (email submissions preferred) Panel proposals for up to four presenters are also welcome, but each presenter must submit his or her own paper proposal. For updates and registration information about the upcoming meeting, see the Film & History website (www.uwosh.edu/filmandhistory). du/filmandhistory).
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