>CFP: Theories of the Will (3/29/04; MLA)
>Proposed Special Session for the MLA 2004 in Philadelphia, Dec. 27-30,
>Nineteenth-century US and European theories of identity and action depended
>on the now largely obsolete concept of the will, which essentially
>materialized liberal agency while grounding post-mesmerist psychology.
>Papers are solicited that touch on any aspect of the will. In particular,
>papers that address its relation to gender, narrative, governmentality,
>ĺ─˙race,ĺ─¨ film, and identity are welcome.
>E-mail a 250-wd abstract and brief cv not later than 29 March 2004 to Louis
>Suarez-Potts at [log in to unmask] .
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