Conference on the Relation between English and Foreign Languages in the Academy
Constructing Dialogue, Imagining Change
Collaborating across Disciplines: "It's a Small World After All"
What We Have in Common and How We Are Different
The Post-English English
Alien Wisdoms in English and Foreign Language Programs
Rethinking the Place of Spanish
John M. Lipski
National Language Departments in the Era of Transnational Studies
A Shared Fate or a Common Destiny?
J. Lawrence Mitchell
What Are the Factors That Brought Us to Where We Are?
The Cold War and Beyond in East Asian Studies
From Imperialism to Collaboration: How Do We Get There?
Domna C. Stanton
Literacy and Departments of Language and Literature
E Pluribus Unum?
What's Foreign and What's Familiar?
Mary Louise Pratt
Carlos J. Alonso's presentation at the conference appears in a revised form as an Editor's Column published with these papers.
About These Papers
New York University
12-14 April 2002
Sponsored by the Modern Language Association and New York University
These papers were published in PMLA 117 (2002): 1233-94.