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>CFP: Modernism: the Self as the Other (3/31/04; MSA 10/21/04-10/24/04)
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>Discussion of the "other" appears to assume a binary system in which
>other is opposed to the term "self," with self understood as
>accessible and even transparent in a way that the other can never
>legitimately be.  Our panel will complicate this dichotomy by
>focusing on authors who create accounts of the self which are in
>some way non-transparent and non-self-present --- not subjects that
>define themselves as other in relation to the dominant culture so
>much as subjects that in some way see themselves as other to
>themselves.
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>We are seeking papers that engage with these concerns in innovative
>and provocative ways for a panel proposal we will submit to the
>Modernist Studies Association 2004 conference in Vancouver, Canada.
>The overall title of the conference is Other
>Modernisms/Modernism’Äôs Others.   More information about the
>conference is available at
><http://www.sfu.ca/conferences/msa/index.html> and
><http://msa.press.jhu.edu/archive/archive.html>.
>
>Send queries, abstract and bio to Helene Littmann
><[log in to unmask]> and/or Rachel Trousdale
><[log in to unmask]> by March 31/2004.  Deadline for
>submission of our proposal to the MSA is May 3/2004.
>
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