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Today, @ 9:30am:
Wlad Godzich, Distinguished Professor of Literature, UCSC, and Visiting Fellow, the Humanities Center, University of Pittsburgh – “The Stateless and the Proper” –
Stathis Gourgouris, Professor, Institute of Comparative Literature & Society, Classics, Columbia University – “The Epistemology of Edward Said” –
QS Tong, Professor of English, University of Hong Kong – “The Question of Tibet and Orientalism” –
RA Judy, Professor of English, University of Pittsburgh – “‘Gods always fail’: Said as an Index of Secular Humanism, the Arab Revolution, and Frantz Fanon” –
Daniel T. O’Hara, First Term Mellon Professor of English, Temple University – “On Late Style? The Question of a New Beginning” –
Bruce Robbins, Old Dominion Foundation Professor in the Humanities, Columbia University – “Some of My Best Friends Are Zionists” –
Jonathan Arac, Mellon Professor of English and Director of the Humanities Center, University of Pittsburgh – “What Can We Learn from Uniqueness?” –
Donald E. Pease, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, The Ted and Helen Geisel Third Century Professor in the Humanities, Chair of the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program, Dartmouth College – “Said’s Melville” –
Closing Discussion with Paul A. Bové, chair
boundary 2 will broadcast live coverage of all lectures, readings and panels. See the event schedule for details.
*Broadcasting should remain uninterrupted; though, bear with us, as boundary 2 pushes past any technical difficulties*
Update, 11/8: Some tears in the technological sail have been mended, as long as the university WiFi holds true for the running time of each discussion.