|Friday, October 23|
|Aaron Burr Hall, Room 219|
Irina Simova, Sheera Talpaz, Jennifer Huang
Rei Terada, “Historical Transition and Transition as Such”
|4:00-6:00||Panel I, Other Lives: Narrative Revisions of Time
John Whittier-Ferguson, "Stop-Time: History and the Fictions of Ford Madox Ford"
Sarah Chihaya, "Death After Death: Revisiting Kate Atkinson’s Life After Life"
Craig Eklund, "The Possibilities of History in Ulysses"
Sandra Bermann, "Temporal Imagining in Rene Char's Poetry"
|Elspeth Green, Chair
Michael Wood, Respondent
|Saturday, October 24|
|10:00-12:00||Panel II, Politics &/of Subjectivity in Hebrew & Arabic Narratives (Aaron Burr 219)
Hannan Hever, “The Politics of the Hasidic Tale”
Sara Pursley, “Familiar Futures: Sex, Time, and Decolonization in the Writings of Iraqi Sociologist
Alexandra Chreiteh, “Magical Realism in Arabic and Hebrew and the Political Aesthetics of Becoming”
|Brahim El Guabli, Chair
Lital Levy, Respondent
|Panel III, Phenomenology of Time(s): History and Experience (Aaron Burr 219)
Karen Feldman, "Arts of Connection: On Epochal Phenomenology"
Dominik Zechner, “On Screwing up in Dying: Kafka’s Anahistory”
Michael Jennings, “Biography as (Cultural) History”
|Antonio Iannarone, Chair
Stanley Corngold, Respondent
|Round table (Aaron Burr 219)
John Whittier-Ferguson, Chair
Claudia Brodsky, Response to keynote address