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THE ELEPHANT
AND
CULTURAL STUDIES

Some material not by John Wilkins
and some is not by Clark Dorman


The Elephant and Cultural Studies Conference
1996 Program


The Elephant as "Physical" Other


The Elephant: Interrogating Multi-Cultural Rhetoricities:


The Elephant As Eurocentric Object:


The Elephant As (Post)Modernist Construction


Conference Schedule

Friday, August 6:

		Walker Wing of Cavalier Hall
  5:00-7:00	Reception and Registration
  7:00-8:00  	Keynote Address (TBA)

Saturday, August 7

		Loxodonta Auditorium in Hanna Hall
  8:30-9:00	Coffee
  9:00-10:00  	Session 1:  *The Elephant as "Physical" Other*
 10:00-10:30	Break
 10:30-11:30	Discussion and Panel
		Moderator:  Martin Finklesteen, Kuznetsov University 
 10:30-1:00     Lunch
  1:00-2:15	Session II:  *The Elephant: Interrogating 
		Multi-Cultural Rhetoricities:*
  2:15-2:45	Break
  2:45-3:45	Discussion and Panel
		Moderator:  Jurgen Blaanjord, Adelaide University
  3:45-4:15	Break
  4:15-5:30	Oversight Committee and Board of Directors Meeting

Sunday, August 8:

		August Auditorium in Hanna Hall
  8:30-9:00	Coffee
  9:00-10:00  	Session III: *The Elephant As Eurocentric Object:*
 10:00-10:30	Break
 10:30-11:30	Discussion and Panel
		Moderator:  TBA
 10:30-1:00     Lunch
  1:00-2:15	Session IV: *The Elephant As (Post)Modernist Construction*
  2:15-2:45	Break
  2:45-3:45	Discussion and Panel
		Moderator:  Alan Lakos
  3:45 		Conference Close

For more information, contact Richard Allgood (allgood@cat.dzu.edu), Philosophy Department, Center for Applied Theographics, Dunzkapp University. or visit the conference web page.


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