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Cavell Conf Schedule

Cavell Conf Schedule

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S
TANLEY
C
AVELL
&
 
L
ITERARY
S
TUDIES
:
 
C
ONSEQUENCES OF
S
KEPTICISM
 
O
CTOBER 
15-16,
 
2010Full conference info at: http://tinyurl.com/cavell-conferenceThompson RoomThe Humanities Center, Barker CenterHarvard University12 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MASchedule of Sessions:
 
Friday, Oct. 15, 8:30am.
Opening remarks
 
8:45-9:10.
 
ICHARD
E
LDRIDGE
(Philosophy, Swarthmore College) and
B
ERNARD
HIE
 (English, Williams College), "Introduction: Cavell, Literary Studies, and the Human Subject"
 
9:10-9:35.
 
A
NTHONY
C
ASCARDI
(Comparative Literature, Rhetoric, Spanish, U.C. Berkeley),"Cavell, Kant, and the Work of Literary Criticism"
 
9:35-10:00.
 
C
HARLES
A
LTIERI
(English, U.C. Berkeley), "A Morality for Misanthropes: How Cavell’s Language for Morality Sets Off Wittgenstein’s Silence"
o
 
10:00-10:45.
Response and Discussion:
ICHARD
M
ORAN
(Philosophy, HarvardUniversity)
 
10:45-11:05.
Break (tea and coffee will be available)
 
11:05-11:30. N
AOMI
S
CHEMAN
(Philosophy and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies,University of Minnesota), "A Storied World: On Meeting and Being Met"
 
11:30-11:55. T
ORIL
M
OI
(Literature, English, and Theater Studies, Duke University),"Beauvoir and Cavell on the Other"
o
 
11:55-12:40.
Response and Discussion:
M
ICHAEL
F
ISCHER 
(English, TrinityUniversity)
 
12:40-2:00.
Lunch (no scheduled conference lunch; individuals should make their own plans:for suggestions of places to eat, visit:
http://tinyurl.com/cavell-dining
 
)
 
2:00-2:25. S
ARAH
B
ECKWITH
(English and Theater Studies, Duke University), "Shakepeare'sPrivate Linguists"
 
2:25-2:50. L
AWRENCE
HU
(English, University of South Carolina), "On Cavell onShakespeare: Losing Mamillius, Finding Perdita"
o
 
2:50-3:35.
Response and Discussion:
W
ILLIAM
F
LESCH
(English, BrandeisUniversity)
 
3:35-4:00.
Break (tea and coffee will be available)
 
4:00-4:25. A
NDREW
M
ILLER 
(English, Indiana University), "On Not Being Someone Else"
 
4:25-4:50. J
OSHUA
W
ILNER 
(English and Comparative Literature, City College and TheGraduate Center - CUNY), “'Communicating with Objects': Romanticism, Skepticism and theSpecter of Animism"
o
 
4:50-6:00.
Response and Discussion:
L
AURA
Q
UINNEY
(English, BrandeisUniversity)
 
7:00.
Conference dinner at
The Inn at Harvard
(by invitation, for conference participants)

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