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Cyber-feminism and Gender Violence

Organizer: Deepanjali Mishra

Feminism has always fought for asserting women’s rights and bringing out their needs and justifies their struggle in order to be considered at par with their male counterparts. One of their... more

Mysticism in Arabic Aesthetics

Organizer: Riham Debian

The proposal tackles the nature and the characteristics of the mystic in Arabic aesthetics through the axes of intergenrational contiuity and its interface with intertextuality and the identity of... more

Seeing the Ordinary Anew

Organizer: Magdalena Ostas

Traditions of scholarship on the concepts of the ordinary and everyday converge around a fundamental point: to take an interest in the ordinary is to take an interest in what has been there all along... more

Disarticulating Authorship

Organizer: Tess Takahashi

Art historian Mignon Nixon argues that "rather than the death of the author, it might be possible to imagine the transformation of authorship." Nixon's assertion forms part of a much larger question... more


Organizer: Liza Michaeli

Kafka. All this agitation should be controlled Weil.  May this body move or be still, with perfect suppleness or rigidity, in continuous conformity to thy will Peter 4 : 7. Be ye therefore Sober... more