CFP: Bruce Springsteen Symposium

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I can’t pretend there is anything feminist or gender related about this, but, wow, a Bruce Springsteen Symposium!!!! More info here.

This song got me through some rough days in the early 1980s:

Maybe I should submit an abstract!

–Ann Bartow

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3 Responses to CFP: Bruce Springsteen Symposium

  1. efink says:

    I think it would be quite easy, and interesting, to write about gender themes — notably images of masculinity — in Springsteen’s music. I can also think of several possible legal hooks: labor/employment (“The Factory”), immigration (“Sinaloa Cowboys”), criminal law (“Nebraska”), and family law (“Hungry Heart”) come immediately to mind.

  2. bob coley jr says:

    Cool! Let’s hope the influence of music can be examined for it’s positive and negative impact on feminism as it is examined for it’s impact on culture in general. I would imagine there are many candidates. There must be a lot of discussion to be had, too! “Feed your head!”

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