CFP: "Discerning the Right"

Jon Beasley-Murray jpb8 at acpub.duke.edu
Fri Apr 7 10:38:18 MDT 1995


Sorry for multiple postings.

Me, I liked their earlier working title "Fighting the Right"... but I
hope you all still get the general idea.  It should be a good (and
somewhat novel) conference.

Take care

Jon
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Date: Thu, 6 Apr 1995 19:40:27 -0500 (CDT)
From: Eric Robert Jules Hayot <ehayot at csd.uwm.edu>
To: ecl.grad at alpha1.csd.uwm.edu
Subject: UWM Conference Call for Papers

call for papers / call for papers / call for papers / call for papers


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DDD ISCERNING   the   	R  R IGHT

     A conference at the University of Wisconsin -- Milwaukee

                           March 8-10, 1996


Issues surrounding the Right seem to be crucial to contemporary
discussions of postmodernity.  Currently, the "Right" connotes the new
majority in Congress, yet we also see other "Rights" at the heart of
recent academic and popular discourse.  We'd like to discern -- that is,
unhinge -- what appears to be an assumed relationship between the (civil,
moral, political) Right and popular politics, conceived globally and/or
locally through a consideration of various theoretical, critical,
and/or representational discourses and other cultural productions.

We invite papers or panel proposals deriving from a wide variety of
readings of the conference title and a similar variety of disciplinary
perspectives: legal, pedagogical, literary, artistic, anthropological,
queer, sociological, personal, theoretical, historical, psychoanalytic,
televisual, feminist, cinematic, lesbigay, scientific, materialist,
creative, etc.

Send a 300-word paper or panel proposal (papers should be 15-20 minutes
long) by November 1, 1995, to:

        Discerning the Right
        Department of English and Comparative Literature
        University of Wisconsin -- Milwaukee
        P.O. Box 413
        Milwaukee, WI  53201


If you have questions about the conference, please contact
"dtr-proposals at csd.uwm.edu". You may also email individual and panel
proposals to this address.






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