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B25 Women and World Literature
B27 Defining the Postcontemporary
B29 History as It never Was
B30 Other World Literatures
B31 Against Life
B33 Wild Texts
B34 Localizing World Literature
B35 Lusophone Postcolonial Studies: A Conversation
B36 Prosopopoeia, Petrification, and the Political
B39 Traumatic Encounters
B42 The Terms of World Literature
B44 Comparative Literature and Asia
B45 The Middle Eastern City: Conflict and Modernity
B48 Foucault and/on Literature
C1 Systematized Objects (A47 on Sunday)
C3 Proustian Poetics Across National Borders
C4 Reading Benjamin Reading
C5 Where in World Literature is the Postcolonial?
C7 Self (-Constructions): Reexamining the Early Modern Self
C8 The Literary and the Political in Modern Turkey
C10 Disposable Texts
C11 How To Do Comparative Literature
C12 DVD Translations and Transmissions
C13 Melancholy as Form
C14 Theorizing Translation and World Literature Through Fiction
C15 Variations on the Human
C17 Poe and World Literature, Poe as World Literature
C18 Myth in Contemporary World Literature
C19 The Worlding of Chicano/a Literary Studies
C20 Vital Arts and Theories
C21 Textual Intervention and the Literary Subject
C23 Autobiographical Comics: An Emerging World Literature?
C24 Rethinking Baudrillard and Feminist Theory
C26 Undergraduate Seminar
C27 The Graphic Novel in a Global Context
C28 Running Interference? The Comparatist and Unilingualism
C30 China in World Literature
C31 The Language of Music
C32 The Americas and the Primitive
C33 Renegotiating the Role of Literature in the Public Sphere
C35 Mahasweta Devi and Comparative Literature
C42 Bildungsroman in Latin American Literature
C44 Affect, Exteriority, Dispersal
C45 Nineteenth-Century Modernist Poetics
D2 Mahfouz at 100: The Arabic Novel and the Changing World
D3 Technologies of Global Cinema
D5 Traffic in Translation: The Task of Derrida and Deleuze
D6 Migrations II: Nations, Theories, Genres
D7 Transnationalism in US Latina(o)/Hispanic Cultures
D8 Contemporary Labor and Cultural Exchange
D10 Psychopathographies and the Writing Subject
D11 The Place of Postcolonial Literature in the Globalized World
D12 German Romanticism and its Fates in World Literature
D16 World Literatures in Translation and Postcolonial Theory
D17 Translation and the Multilingual Imaginary
D18 América in Theory
D19 Trauma: Its Representation in Theory, Literature, and Film
D20 The Enlightenment in a Global Frame
D23 Hieroglyphs and Hierophants: The Text and the Translator
D24 World and Lifeworld of the Novel
D25 Maghrebi Writing and the Unfungibles of World Literature(s)
D29 Subjectivities and Subjection of and in Early Modern England
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ACLA 2011 Program

ACLA 2011 Program

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