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>From: "Emilio Sauri" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Marxist Literary Group Institute 
>on Culture and Society (3/23/07; 6/20/07-6/24/07)
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>CFP: Marxist Literary Group Institute on Culture and Society
>(03/23/2007; 06/20/07-06/24/07)
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>The Marxist Literary Group's annual Institute on Culture and Society
>(MLG-ICS) will convene this summer in Chicago, June 20-24, on the
>campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago. The five-day
>Institute will host invited guests (Peter Hitchcock and Walter Benn
>Michaels confirmed, others TBA); an intensive reading group on
>Capital I led by Nicholas Brown, Richard Daniels, Neil Larsen, and
>Ronald Strickland; and consecutive (as opposed to simultaneous)
>panels. The organizing committee is now accepting submissions for
>panel and paper proposals. As always, any work that engages seriously
>with the Marxist tradition will be considered. This year's ICS will
>draw its special topic from the occasion of the 200th anniversary of
>the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade. Therefore papers and
>panels related to this occasion  the intersections of racial and
>class solidarity, the legacy of Marxism in Africa, Black radicalism
>in North America, world-systems and other economic accounts of the
>slave trade and its abolition, Marxism in Caribbean letters, Left
>responses to the reparations debate, and so on  are especially
>welcome. Selected papers will be published in the online journal
>_mediations_. Paper abstracts should be less than 500 words. Panel
>proposals should include presenters' names, affiliations, paper
>titles, and abstracts. Please send general submissions to
>[log in to unmask] and submissions related to this year's special topic
>to [log in to unmask] by March 23, 2007.

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