The graduate students of the Humanities Center at Johns Hopkins University invite paper proposals that investigate the notion of repetition from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
We are seeking scholars to reflect over repetitionís philosophical, historical, psychological, sociological, and aesthetical implications. This includes, but is by no means limited to, the following themes: (1) The ontology of time; (2) Self-identity; (3) Problems of representation and media; (4) Modernity and novelty; (5) Religion and secularization; (6) Routine, rituals, habits, and the everyday; (7) History and memory.
30 minutes for each presentation, 15 minutes for questions and answers
500 word abstract, approximately 3500 words for the complete paper
Conference date: February 22-23, 2013
The Humanities Center
213 Gilman Hall
The Johns Hopkins University
3400 North Charles street
Baltimore, MD 21218
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