Le Perfectionnisme (philosophique)
Accueil du site > Autour de Stanley Cavell > Conference on Stanley Cavell & Literary Studies

Conference on Stanley Cavell & Literary Studies

mardi 12 octobre 2010

La conférence aura lieu le 14-16Octobre 2010 à Harvard.

En voici le programme :

  • 8:30am. Opening remarks
  • 8:45-9:10. Richard Eldridge (Philosophy, Swarthmore College) and Bernard Rhie (English, Williams College), “Introduction : Cavell, Literary Studies, and the Human Subject”
  • 9:10-9:35. Anthony Cascardi (Comparative Literature, Rhetoric, Spanish, U.C. Berkeley), “Cavell, Kant, and the Work of Literary Criticism”
  • 9:35-10:00. Charles Altieri (English, U.C. Berkeley), “A Morality for Misanthropes : How Cavell’s Language for Morality Sets Off Wittgenstein’s Silence”
    • 10:00-10:45. Response and Discussion : Richard Moran (Philosophy, Harvard University)
  • 10:45-11:05. Break (tea and coffee will be available)
  • 11:05-11:30. Naomi Scheman (Philosophy and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, University of Minnesota), “A Storied World : On Meeting and Being Met”
  • 11:30-11:55. Toril Moi (Literature, English, and Theater Studies, Duke University), “Beauvoir and Cavell on the Other”
    • 11:55-12:40. Response and Discussion : Michael Fischer (English, Trinity University)
  • 12:40-2:00. Lunch (no scheduled conference lunch ; individuals should make their own plans)
  • 2:00-2:25. Sarah Beckwith (English and Theater Studies, Duke University), “Shakepeare’s Private Linguists”
  • 2:25-2:50. Lawrence Rhu (English, University of South Carolina), “On Cavell on Shakespeare : Losing Mamillius, Finding Perdita”
    • 2:50-3:35. Response and Discussion : William Flesch (English, Brandeis University)
  • 3:35-4:00. Break (tea and coffee will be available)
  • 4:00-4:25. Andrew Miller (English, Indiana University), “On Not Being Someone Else”
  • 4:25-4:50. Joshua Wilner (English and Comparative Literature, City College and The Graduate Center – CUNY), “’Communicating with Objects’ : Romanticism, Skepticism and the Specter of Animism”
    • 4:50-6:00. Response and Discussion : Laura Quinney (English, Brandeis University)
  • 7:00. Conference dinner at The Inn at Harvard (by invitation, for conference participants)
  • Saturday, 8:30am. Tea and coffee will be available
  • 9:00-9:25am. Paul Grimstad (English, Yale University), “Emerson Discomposed”
  • 9:25-9:50. Elisa New (English, Harvard University), “Neighboring, Near and Next-to in Cavell, Thoreau and William Carlos Williams”
    • 9:50-10:35. Response and Discussion : William Day (Philosophy, Le Moyne College)
  • 10:35-11:00. Break (tea and coffee will be available)
  • 11:00-11:25. R.M. Berry (English, Florida State University), “Cultural Politics and the Universality of Aesthetic Judgment, or What’s so Scary about Conventions ?”
  • 11:25-11:50. Garrett Stewart (English, University of Iowa), “The Word Viewed : Literary Skepticism Degree Zero”
    • 11:50-12:35. Response and Discussion : D.N. Rodowick (Visual and Environmental Studies, Film and Visual Studies, Harvard University)
  • 12:35-2:00. Lunch (no scheduled conference lunch ; individuals should make their own plans)
  • 2:00-2:25. John Gibson (Philosophy, University of Louisville) and Simona Bertacco (English, University of Milan and University of Louisville), “Skepticism and the Idea of Radical Otherness : Reflections on Postcolonial Subjects and Cavellian Humans”
  • 2:25-2:50. Robert Chodat (English, Boston University), “Empiricism, Exhaustion, and Meaning What We Say : Cavell and Contemporary Fiction”
    • 2:50-3:35. Response and Discussion : Jay Cantor (English, Tufts University)
  • 3:35-4:00. Break (tea and coffee will be available)
  • 4:00-6:00. Concluding roundtable discussion — intended to offer an opportunity for all who have attended the conference to reflect on its content and implications — to be kicked off by remarks from :
    • Rita Felski (English, University of Virginia ; editor of the journal New Literary History)
    • Garry Hagberg (Philosophy, Bard College and University of East Anglia ; coeditor of the journal Philosophy and Literature)
    • Walter Jost (English, University of Virginia ; coeditor of Ordinary Language Criticism and author of Rhetorical Investigations : Studies in Ordinary Language Criticism)
    • William Rothman (Motion Pictures and Film Studies, University of Miami ; coeditor of Cambridge University Press’ “Studies in Film” series)
  • 7:00. Conference dinner at Sandrine’s Bistro (by invitation, for conference participants)

Voir en ligne : October 14-16 : Conference at Harvard on Stanley Cavell & Literary Studies

1 Message

Répondre à cette brève

SPIP | squelette | | Plan du site | Suivre la vie du site RSS 2.0