This hybrid panel/workshop for the 2016 meeting of the ACLA at Harvard University aims to reframe psychoanalytic discourse within literary analysis by drawing our attention to literary theory's resistance to co-evolving alongside psychoanalysis.
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‘ISLAMIC STUDIES IN SCOTLAND: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT’
On Friday 23 and Saturday 24 October, the department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies and the Alwaleed Centre at the University of Edinburgh will be marking the 50th anniversary of W. Montgomery Watt’s inaugural address as the first Chair of Arabic and Islamic Studies in Scotland with an evening and day of events.
Both events will be held in the Playfair Library at the University of Edinburgh and are open to the public.
Both events are free; please book your place at:
The School of Advanced Study is delighted to make a clarion call to scholars everywhere to gather in London to consider the key place of Latin America in the connected making of the postcolonial world. Although Latin America clearly was a vanguard of global decolonization in the modern age, this deep historical fact is largely ignored or downplayed in the Anglophone world, where decolonization is provincially understood to be a post-war, twentieth-century phenomenon. Our collective conference task is to map not only the ways and means by which Latin American and Caribbean decolonizati
Hypochondria in Early Modern Istanbul: The Iago Galdston Lecture