[rohrpost] Call for contributions: V-Day Europe 2005

Bas van Heur basvanheur at gmx.net
Fre Jan 7 01:08:22 CET 2005

Cut.up.magazine (http://www.cut-up.com) invites contributions for a 
special issue on V-Day Europe 2005.

V-Day was born out of Eve Ensler’s award-winning play The Vagina 
Monologues. Since 1998 V-Day performances of the play and related 
activities have generated attention to stop worldwide violence against 
women and girls. In 2005, V-Day Europe will be celebrated in Brussels, 
the capital of the European Union.

For the special issue that is to be published on the 8th of February 
2005, cut.up.magazine invites a wide range of journalistic and academic 

What are we looking for?
Articles (around 1500 words) reflecting on V-Day and The Vagina 
Monologues, but also those addressing broader issues such as violence 
against women and the media, feminist theory and popular culture 
(Ladyfest, …).
Reviews (approximately between 200-500 words) on books, CDs, 
performances, concerts and films that are in some way related to the 
thematic of V-Day: anything from violence against women to subaltern 
voices to queerpunk.
Art. Send us your artistic work (photography, anything visual that can 
be digitalized) that deals with these questions.

The language of publication is English, but you can submit your writings 
in English, German or Dutch.

More information: bas van heur, bas at cut-up.com

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