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>Society for Literature & Science
>Annual Meeting 2004
>With the cooperation of Duke University
>and the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies
>in Science and Cultural Theory at Duke
>Durham, NC
>October 14 - 17, 2004
>http://www.law.duke.edu/sls/2004/
>
>Plenary address by Karla Holloway, William R. Kenan Professor of
>English and African American Studies and Dean of Humanities and
>Social Sciences at Duke University
>
>Guest scholar sessions by Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Braxton Craven
>Professor of Comparative Literature and English and Director of the
>Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Science and Cultural Theory
>at Duke, and by Donna Haraway, Professor of History of Consciousness
>at University of California at Santa Cruz.
>
>SLS fosters the interdisciplinary study of the relations among
>literature and language, the arts, and science, medicine, and
>technology and includes among its members scholars of literature,
>art, and science as well as writers, artists, and scientists.
>
>
>All proposals addressing the interaction of art or literature with
>science, medicine or technology, including new media, are welcome.
>
>
>Individuals may submit abstracts for individual papers (150 words)
>as well as proposals for panels, which are usually composed of 3-4
>speakers plus discussion in a 1-1/2 hour session. Sessions involving
>speakers and/or respondents that transcend disciplinary boundaries
>are particularly welcome.
>
>DUE DATE FOR ABSTRACTS AND PROPOSALS: MAY 1, 2004
>
>Please submit abstract/proposal via the form on the website or by
>e-mail to both Eve Keller ([log in to unmask]) and Wayne Miller
>(wmiller@law.duke..edu)

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