11th Annual Cultural Studies Symposium at Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. March 7-9, 2002.
In what ways have globalization and diaspora changed culture and society and when did this begin? How are shifts in technology, international politics, or transnational economics registered as changes in art, identity or other cultural forms? Activist, empirical, and theoretical papers welcome. We encourage papers from any historical period.
Keynote Speakers: Lan Cao and Bruce Robbins.
Early and Late Modernity
Colonization, Empire, and Modernity
Diaspora and Immigration
From Nation to Corporation
Hollywood's International Markets
World Wide Webs
"Discovering" New Worlds
World Bank / IMF
Asylum Seekers and Refugees
Mail or email one-page abstracts for papers or panels by Oct. 20, 2001.
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