The Edward Said Symposium brings together Said readers and debaters from Literary Studies, Cultural Studies, Theatre Studies, Media and Visual Studies, History and the Social Sciences, so as to open a transdisciplinary dialogue on the legacies of his work. It will take place from 25 to 27 September 2008 in a conference hotel at Lake Griebnitzsee, near Berlin, well connected to the city centre by public transport.
Lake Griebnitz, Berlin
25. to 27. September 2008
Bryan Cheyette (Univ. Reading), Ferial J. Ghazoul (AUC, Cairo), Benita Parry (Univ. Warwick), Shalini Randeria (Univ. Zurich), Anastasia Valassopoulos (Univ. Manchester), Gauri Viswanathan (Columbia Univ., New York ), Patrick Williams (Nottingham Trent Univ.), Robert Young (New York Univ.), Chantal Zabus (Paris), Chris Balme (LMU Munich), Rainer Emig (Univ. Regensburg), Alexander Honold (Univ. Basel), Gesa Mackenthun (Univ. Rostock), Frank Schulze-Engler (Univ. Frankfurt/M), Markus Schmitz (WWU Muenster), Robert Stockhammer (LMU Munich)
Tobias Döring (LMU Muenchen), Mark Stein (WWU Muenster)
The coference programme is now online and can be found at the conference website: http://edwardsaid2008.de.
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