Viewing convention Program information from 2007
Sunday, 30 December
704. Literary Criticism for the Twenty-First Century: Topology, Politics, Mind
10:15–11:30 a.m., Columbus Hall G, Hyatt Regency
Program arranged by the Division on Literary Criticism
Presiding: Herman Rapaport, Wake Forest Univ.
1. “Of Topology: A Proposal for a New Criticism,” Robert P. Marzec, Purdue Univ., West Lafayette
2. “Psychoanalytic Historicity and the Politics of Close Reading: A New Approach to Literary Criticism,” Esther Rashkin, Univ. of Utah
3. “Onlyne Revolutions: Moving toward Wiki Criticism,” Mark Phillips, Univ. of Cincinnati
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