Historisierte Subjekte - Subjektivierte Historie.
Zur Verfügbarkeit und Unverfügbarkeit von Geschichte / Historicized Subjects - Subjectivised History. About the Availability and Non-Availability of History
The conference (in Giessen, Germany) focuses systematically on the relationship of the subject to, within and as history. It shall compare single approaches in philosophy and in the theories of literature, history and culture referring to the way how history can be thought and represented on the premisses of current theory. What subject(s) can be found in these processes?
Possible fields of discussion are - among others - the subject and history in a post-metaphysical era, literary theory and historiography, discourse and criticism, body and trauma, performances of subjectivity in literature, the fine arts, film, etc.
Addresses: scholars of literature, media and cultural studies, history, philosophy, anthropology, and other areas of the humanities
Abstracts (one page) shall be submitted by January 07th, 2002. Maximum length of the presentations is 30 minutes. Presentations can be in English or German, but the participants should be able to understand German.
Dr. Stephan Jaeger
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of German
818 Van Hise Hall/1220 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706
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