Monday, 28 December
115. Regarding the Enemy
8:30–9:45 a.m., Commonwealth Hall D, Loews
Program arranged by the Division on Philosophical Approaches to Literature
Presiding: David L. Clark, McMaster Univ.
1. “The Enemy of Justice Is No Enemy of Mine: On Altered Relations and Interrupted Orders in J. K. Huysmans and Emmanuel Levinas,” Elizabeth Rush, Univ. of Cambridge, King’s Coll.
2. “Freedom’s Enemy: The Post-Kantian Retreat of the Political in Heinrich von Kleist’s Penthesilea,” Walter Johnston, Princeton Univ.
3. “Across Enemy Lines: Caruth and Said on the Politics of History,” Asma Al-Naser, Univ. of Pennsylvania
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