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Repetition, Recurrence, Returns Conference

Saturday, March 12, 2016 - 8:30am to 5:00pm
Levinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities Center

Free and open to the public.

Repetitions constitute social and cultural practices. These are performative; they generate images and imaginaries, which make possible, create and determine human openness to the world and require exploration.The proposed conference touches on the ubiquitous role of repetition in human experience. The conference will address the character of repetition in Concepts and Theories, Social and Cultural Life and, the Arts.
Co-organized by Joan Ramon Resina (Comparative Literature and ILAC, Stanford) and Christoph Wulf (Freie Universität, Berlin).
Participants: Prof. Christine Brosius, Matthias, Warstat, Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, Christoph Wulf, Almut-Barbara Renger, Axel Michaels, Ursula Stenger, Ursula Haselstein, Günter Blamberger, Stephanie Hom, Isabel Capeloa Gil, Jesús R. Velasco, Holger Schulze, Tiago de Oliveira Pinto, Vincent Barletta, Jenny Haase, Lena Tahmassian, Robert Casas, Pau Guinart, and Gabriella Badica.

Event Sponsor: 
Stanford's departments of Iberian and Latin American Cultures & Comparative Literaturethe Interdisciplinary Centre for Historical Anthropology/Centre for International Cooperation at the Freie UniversitätBerlinand the Stanford Humanities Center
Contact Email: 
mrobins@stanford.edu
Contact Phone: 
650-723-4977