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La représentation esthetique: simulacre ou simulation BOURASSA ANDRE G



Appel de communications pour le 7e colloque d'études supérieures du
Dsépartement d'études romanes de l'Université de Pennsylvanie. Le colloque
est ouvert aux études sur des textes français et francohones, hispaniques, 
italiens et portugais, et à des thèmes comme la théâtralisation du non
théâtralisavle, à la quête d'identité individuelle et nationale, la
(cé)construction, les mimiques et moqueries, etc..
Cordialement, André G. Bourassa.
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From: Sam Di Iorio <adiorio@sas.upenn.edu>
Subject: Appel de Communications U Penn GRA 2001

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>    		   The UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
>  		   Department of Romance Languages
>
>      		      is proud to announce its
>
>         Seventh Annual Graduate Romanic Association Colloquium
>
>
>   	  AESTHETIC REPRESENTATIONS: SIMULATION OR SIMULACRA?
>  	Fictions of the Unrepresentable, Subject/Nation Identity
>  	 (De)construction, Possible Worlds, Mimicry and Mockery,
>  			 Artificial Paradises...
>
>  			     to be held on:
>  			     March 24, 2001
>
>  	  With a keynote speech by Professor Christine Poggi
>  		Art History, University of Pennsylvania
>
>
>  We are accepting submissions in Hispanic, Portuguese, Italian, French and
>  Francophone Literatures and Romance Philology.  This year we encourage
>  papers dealing with fictions of the unrepresentable, subject/nation
>  identity (de)construction, possible worlds, mimicry and mockery, and
>  artificial paradises.  Papers dealing with related topics are also
>  welcome.  Works in history, historical linguistics and area studies are
>  welcome as well.  Accepted papers may be eligible for publication in our
>  Working Papers Series.
>
>  Papers can be in English, French, Italian, Portuguese or Spanish and
>  should be able to be read in 20 minutes (approximately eight to ten
>  double-spaced pages).  Submit an anonymous one-page abstract with a
>  separate self-addressed, stamped envelope and a cover sheet stating the
>  title of the paper, presenter's name, address, telephone number, email
>  address and academic affiliation by January 19, 2001.  Send the
>  submission to:
>
>  GRADUATE STUDENT COLLOQUIUM READING COMMITTEE
>  DEPT. OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES
>  521 WILLIAMS HALL
>  UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
>  PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19104-6305
>
>  For more information, call 215-898-7429 and leave a message for either
>  Dan Edelstein or Maria Jose Bordera-Amerigo.
>  OR email danedels@sas.upenn. edu / amerigo@sas.upenn.edu
>
>  *****************************************************************************
>

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