OPENING REMARKS: February 25, 7:30p.m., L160 Chazen
Paul DeLuca, Provost, UW-Madison Susan Stanford Friedman, Director, Institute for Research in the Humanities
Natalie Zemon Davis, History Department, University of Toronto Humanities Without Boundaries Lecture, Center for the Humanities February 25, 7:30-9:30p.m., L160 Chazen Moderator: Lee Palmer Wandel, History Department, UW-Madison "Dealing with Strangeness: Language and Information Flow in Early Modern Worlds"
Anna L. Tsing, Anthropology Department, University of California, Santa Cruz February 26, 5:00-6:30 p.m., Pyle Center Moderator: Kirin Narayan, Anthropology Department, UW-Madison "Nonhumans and Globalization: On Multispecies Storytelling"
R. Radhakrishnan, English Department; Asian American Studies, University of California, Irvine February 27, 11:00a.m.-12:30p.m., Pyle Center Moderator: Tejumola Olaniyan, English Department, African Languages and Literature Department, UW-Madison "The Knowledge Game in a Global World: Who Is Playing Whom?"
PANEL 1: Friday, 9:00-10:30a.m. Pyle Center
Music Race Empire
Moderator: Ron Radano, School of Music, UW-Madison
Lalita du Perron, Center for South Asia, UW-Madison "The Effects of British Colonial Tastes on North Indian Classical Music"
Scott Carter, School of Music, UW-Madison "'The Race That Does Not Sing is Doomed': Voice, Evolutionary Science, and the Ordering of Global Song"
Maria Lepowsky, Anthropology Department; Gender and Women's Studies Department, UW-Madison "Children of Tamáayawut: Song, Prophecy, and Sacred Space in the California Borderlands"
PANEL 2: Friday, 10:45-12:15p.m. Pyle Center
Dreams of a Universal Library: Globalizing Books, Democratizing Access
Moderator: Craig Werner, Afro-American Studies Department, Integrated Liberal Studies Program, UW-Madison
Caroline Levine, English Department, UW-Madison "Unbearable Translation: The World Literature Anthology and the Democratization of Culture"
Venkat Mani, German Department, UW-Madison "Random Access Memories: The European Library Project"
Susan David Bernstein, English Department, UW-Madison "Open Door Policy? Readers at the British Museum Library"
LUNCH BREAK: 12:15-1:30p.m. Lunch for presenters, AT&T Lounge, Pyle Center
PANEL 3: Friday, 1:30-3:00p.m. Pyle Center
Global Regions: The Case of the Mediterranean through Time
Moderator: David Goldstein, English Department, York University
Steven Hutchinson, Spanish and Portuguese Department, UW-Madison "'Renegades' in the Early Modern Mediterranean: Traversing Religious, Imperial and Cultural Boundaries"
Brian Sandberg, History Department, Northern Illinois University "'Against the Detestable Sect of Mohammed': How Religious Violence Shaped the French Mediterranean and Early Globalization"
Névine El-Nossery, French and Italian Department, UW-Madison "Diasporization of Transnational Identity in Amin Maalouf's Leo Africanus"
PANEL 4: Friday, 3:15-4:45p.m. Pyle Center
Global Reading, Listening, and Writing
Moderator: Richard Goodkin, French and Italian Department, UW-Madison
Stephanie Spadaro, French and Italian Department, UW-Madison "'Is This Coffee Fair Trade?': Cultivating French Sympathy for the Distant Slave in L'Histoire des deux Indes"
Rachel Brenner, Hebrew and Semitic Studies Department, UW-Madison "Globalization of the Holocaust: Evasion of the Past and the Legacy of Historical Responsibility"
Jonathan Pollack, History Department, Madison Area Technical College "Yep Roc Heresy: The Musical Slanguage of Slim Gaillard"
KEYNOTE: Anna L. Tsing, Anthropology Department, University of California, Santa Cruz February 26, 5:00-6:30 p.m., Pyle Center Moderator: Kirin Narayan, Anthropology Department, UW-Madison "Nonhumans and Globalization: On Multispecies Storytelling"
PANEL 5: Saturday, 9:15-10:45a.m. Pyle Center
The "Global" in World History, Culture Studies, and Ecological Humanities
Moderator: Susan Friedman, IRH, UW-Madison
André Wink, History Department, UW-Madison "Is There an Early Modern World History?"
Neil L. Whitehead, Anthropology Department, UW-Madison "All Cultural, Always, Everywhere - The End(s) of Anthropology"
Rob Nixon, English Department, UW-Madison "Slow Violence, the Environmentalism of the Poor and the Ecological Humanities"
KEYNOTE: R. Radhakrishnan, English Department; Asian American Studies, University of California, Irvine February 27, 11:00a.m.-12:30p.m., Pyle Center Moderator: Tejumola Olaniyan, English Department, African Languages and Literature Department, UW-Madison "The Knowledge Game in a Global World: Who Is Playing Whom?"
LUNCH BREAK: 12:30-1:45p.m. Lunch for presenters, AT&T Lounge, Pyle Center
PANEL 6: Saturday, 1:45-3:15p.m. Pyle Center
Art, Visual Culture, and Globalization
Moderator: Julia Murray, Art History Department, UW-Madison
Ken George, Anthropology, UW-Madison "When is Modern Islamic Art?"
Nora Taylor, Art History Department, School of the Art Institute of Chicago "Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba and the Condition of the Global Artist"
Jill Casid, Art History Department; Center for Visual Culture, UW-Madison "Photography's Diasporic Aesthetics"
PANEL 7: Saturday, 3:30-4:45p.m. Pyle Center
Global Violence: Sovereignty, Nations, and Nation-States
Moderator: Richard Avramenko, Political Science Department, UW-Madison
Mark Netzloff, English Department, UW-Milwaukee "Historicizing Stateless Persons and Non- State Actors: Global Legacies of the Gunpowder Plot"
Helen Kinsella, Political Science Department, UW-Madison "Gendering Grotius: Sex and Sex Difference in the Laws of War"
Mary Layoun, Comparative Literature Department, UW-Madison "Globalization and Translation: 'Hearing Voices'"
6:00p.m.: Conference banquet for presenters at Fugu Restaurant, 411 W. Gilman St., 286-7277.