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>Subject: CFP: Modernism and the Death of Consciousness (9/1/06; 
>NEMLA, 3/1/07-3/4/07)
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>Call for Papers
>38th Convention Northeast Modern Language Association (NEMLA)
>March 1-4, 2007
>Baltimore, Maryland
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>Modernism and the Death of Consciousness
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>During the first part of the twentieth century, the emerging fields of 
>psychology and neuroscience altered traditional philosophical
>conceptions of mind. However, as the mind became increasingly embodied
>in the brain and fragmented nervous system, many prominent thinkers
>began to debate the existence of a unifying consciousness. This panel
>will explore how the "death of consciousness" affects important
>Modernist themes.  Please e-mail 300 word abstacts to Deric Corlew
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>Please include with your abstract:
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>Name and Affiliation
>Email address
>Postal address
>Phone number
>AV requirements (if any)

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