AAR/SBL 2005      

Signifying (On) Scriptures

AAR/SBL Sessions, Philadelphia, November, 2005

SESSION I:  Sunday, 20 November, 9-11:30 am

Congress A—Loews Hotel

Theorizing Signifying Traditions & Practices

Yvonne Chireau, Swarthmore College, Presiding


Vincent L. Wimbush, Institute for Signifying Scriptures, Claremont Graduate University
Inaugurating a Conversation and Research Agenda

Mustapha Marrouchi
, Louisiana State University
Post-colonial Cultures and Literatures

Jose Rabasa, University of California, Berkeley
Latin American Literatures and Cultures

Oyeronke Olajubu, University of Ilorin, NIGERIA
Yoruba Traditions

Jo Diamond, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND
Maori Traditions

Yan ShouCheng, Nanyang Technological University, CHINA
Chinese Literatures



SESSION II:  Sunday, 20 November, 1-3:30 pm

Room 404—Marriott

Conversation Topics and Collaborative Research Projects Organizational and Agenda Setting Meeting

Nikky G. Kaur Singh, Colby College, Presiding

Vincent L. Wimbush, ISS, Claremont Graduate University
Presentation: History of ISS; Sketch of Proposed Collaborative Research Projects



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