CALL FOR PAPERS
For a third collection of essays on the films of Clint Eastwood.
Please submit a 1 page proposal as soon as possible, but no later than September 15 to
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Len Engel, CAS—1, Quinnipiac University &
Matt Wanat, University of Ohio
15 page papers due Jan 15, 2016. Preference will be given to proposals that deal with Eastwood’s films
not covered in the previous collections and his films appearing since 2012. Please see below the Table of Contents for the two previous collections.
(If you intend to send a proposal, please send a short note, within the next day or two, indicating that.)
Clint Eastwood, Actor and Director: New Perspectives (2007)
Table of Contents
Chapter 1–“Feminism and the Limits of Genre in Fistful of Dollars and The Outlaw Josey Wales” Brett Westbrook, St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas
Chapter 2–“A Fistful of Anarchy: Clint Eastwood’s Character in Sergio Leone’s Dollars Trilogy and in His Four ‘Own’ Westerns Beyond” David Cremean, Black Hills University, Spearfish, South Dakota.
Chapter 3 —“Irony as Absolution” Matt Wanat, Mayville State Universtiy, North Dakota.
Chapter 4—“’One hang, we all hang’: High Plains Drifter” Richard Hutson, University of California, Berkeley
Chapter 5—“Mocking Success in Every Which Way But Loose” Leger Grindon, Middlebury College, Vermont,
Chapter 6—“Subverting Shane: Ambiguities in Eastwood’s Politics in Fistful of Dollars,High Plains Drifter, and Pale Rider” Stephen McVeigh, University of Wales Swansea.
Chapter 7—-“’All on Accounta Pullin’ a Trigger’: Violence, the Media, and the Historical Contextualization of Clint Eastwood’s Unforgiven” Brad Klypchak, Lon Morris College, Jacksonville, Texas.
Chapter 8—The Machinery of Violence: Clint Eastwood talks about Unforgiven” John C. Tibbetts, University of Kansas, Lawrence.
Chapter 9—“Clint Eastwood’s Western Films and the Evolving Mythic Hero” Fred Erisman, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth.
Chapter 10—“Narrative Pacing and the Eye of the Other in The Bridges of Madison County” Raymond Foery, Quinnipiac University.
Chapter 11—-“The Old Man and the C: Masculinity and Age in the Recent Films of Clint Eastwood” Walter Metz, Montana State University, Bozeman.
Chapter 12—“Mystical Moral Miasma in Mystic River” Dennis Rothermel, California State University, Chico.
Chapter 13—“Million Dollar Baby: The Deep Heart’s Core” John M.Gourlie, Quinnipiac
NEW ESSAYS ON Clint Eastwood (2012)—TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreward, “Why do we turn to Eastwood now?” Drucilla Cornell
One, “‘Landscape as Moral Destiny:’ Mythic Reinvention from Rowdy Yates to the Stranger,” Robert Smart
Two, “Thoroughly Modern Eastwood: Male/Female Power Relations in The Beguiled and Play Misty for Me,” Brett Westbrook
Three, “Clintus and Siegelini: ‘We’ve got a system. Not much, but we’re fond of it,'” Mike Smrtic and Matt Wanat
Four, “Rawhide to Pale Rider: The Maturation of Clint Eastwood,” Edward Rielly
Five, “Eastwood’s Treatment of the Life of Creativity and Performance in Bronco Billy, Honkytonk Man, White Hunter Black Heart, and Bird,” Dennis Rothermel
Six, “’You Can’t Hunt Alone’: White Hunter Black Heart,” Richard Hutson
Seven, “The End of History and America First: How the 1990s Revitalized Clint Eastwood,” Craig Rinne
Eight, “A Man of Notoriously Vicious and Intemperate Disposition”: Western Noir and the Tenderfoot’s Revenge in Unforgiven,” Stanley Orr
Nine, “A Good Vintage or Damaged Goods?: Clint Eastwood and Aging in Hollywood Film,” Philippa Gates
Ten, “Space, Pace, and Southern Gentility in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” Brad Klypchak
Eleven, “Mystic River as a Tragic Action,” Robert Merrill and John L. Simons
Twelve, “Lies of Our Fathers: Mythology and Artifice in Eastwood’s Cinema,” William Beard
Thirteen, “Eastwood’s Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima: The Silence of Heroes and the Voice of History,” John M. Gourlie
Fourteen, “Gran Torino: Showdown in Detroit, Shrimp Cowboys, and A New Mythology,” John M. Gourlie and Leonard Engel
Fifteen, “Invictus: The Master Craftsman as Hagiographer,” Raymond Foery
Sixteen, “Hereafter: Dreaming beyond Our Philosophies,” John M. Gourlie
Seventeen, “Citizen Hoover: Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar,” Richard Hutson and Kathleen Moran