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Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

History, Technology, & Identity

2nd Annual Comparative Literature Conference

March 16-18, 2000

Plenary Speakers: Thomas Flynn (Emory), David Konstan (Brown), John Neubauer (Amsterdam), George Rousseau (Oxford), Jerald Wallulis (South Carolina)

This conference is a follow-up to the two-year international conference, Cultural History After Foucault, held in 1997 and 1998 at the Universities of Amsterdam and Aberdeen. It seeks to examine both the limits and contributions of Foucault's thought in the three interrelated topics of history, technology, and identity.

 

Inquiries and one page abstracts for 20 minute papers should be sent to:
Dr. Paul Allen Miller, 
Program in Comparative Literature, Welsh Hall,
University of South Carolina,
Columbia, SC 29208 
(803-777-0473), 
or via E-Mail.

 

Selected papers will be published in the journal Intertexts. Abstracts must be received by December 1, 1999. This conference is sponsored in part by the College of Arts and Sciences, The University of South Carolina.


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