a conference
hosted by the graduate students in the Department of Comparative Literature at
UC Irvine
May 5&6, 2006




emergent scholarship panel

panel descriptions and participant bios


screening: experimental film shorts "global visions: memory-traces, libidinal imaginaries, and intercessory images"

maps, directions, and helpful links

"global states"
poster (pdf)

other events and activities

many thanks to our CONFERENCE SPONSORS:

UCI Department of Comparative Literature, UCI Humanities Center, International Center for Writing and Translation, UCI Critical Theory Emphasis, Critical Theory Institute, UC Humanities Research Institute, Department of Asian American Studies, Ph.D. Program in Visual Studies, Department of French and Italian, Department of German, Department of History, Department of English, Postmodern Culture, the Philosophy Graduate Students, and the Program in Women's Studies




HumaniTech Lecture Series: New Media, Technology & the Humanities

BERNARD STIEGLER, "Technology, Power, and Hypomnemata"
4:00 PM, 135 Humanities Instructional Building

FRIDAY, MAY 5th 8pm

Join the CL graduate students, panelists, moderators, and friends for dancing, drinks, music and conversation at Chakra. Located in the University Center, across the bridge from campus.

SATURDAY, MAY 6th 7:30pm

Sponsors, Moderators, and Respondents are invited to a dinner in honor of Professors Judith Butler and Gayatri Spivak. The conference organizing committee will host the event at the home of Professor Jane Newman of the UCI Department of Comparative Literature. Please RSVP to acavness@uci.edu.