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* SIMPOSIO "WEB OF DISCOURSE. The Itertextuality of Science Studies"
5-7 Febbraio 1998 - Lubbock, Texas Tech University.
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The Intertextuality of Science Studies

The thirty-first annual Texas Tech University Comparative Literature
Symposium, "Webs of Discourse: The Intertextuality of Science
Studies," will meet on February 5-7, 1998. Plenary speakers are Donna
Haraway, Lynn Randolph, Marcos Novak, and Carl Rubino.

Is a comprehensive synthesis of science studies across the discursive
disciplines possible? What roles will the Web and other interactive
technologies play? We invite discussion of these and related issues
by scholars working in any area of cultural science studies, as well
as by rhetoricians, critical theorists, and literature scholars.

Visit our Web site at http://www.english.ttu.edu/wod/

Send 1-2 pp. abstracts by October 30, 1997, to Bruce Clarke, e-mail:
bruno@ttu.edu, or Department of English, Texas Tech University,
Lubbock, TX 79409-3091.

[Fonte: Bakhtin Centre]


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