SYMPOSIUM To commemorate the retirement of DAVID GREETHAM from the doctoral faculty of the CUNY Graduate Center.
Schedule of Events
12:00: Welcome: Carrie Hintz, Deputy Executive Officer; Master of Ceremonies: Ammiel Alcalay, Deputy Executive Officer.
12:15: Textual Workshop, Thesis Room, 4th Floor: Randall McLeod, University of Toronto: “Fiatflux”
A light lunch will be served. Limited to 15 participants: RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opening Poem: Joyce Ashuntantang (University of Hartford)
1:30-3:30: Panel Discussion: Autopsies: The Textual Body after David Greetham
Marta Werner, Moderator (D’Youville College)
Panelists: Emily Lauer (Suffolk County Community College). “Judge a Book by its Cover: Textual Scholarship of Pop
Culture.” Katherine D. Harris (San José State University), “Marking the Body, Marking the Text: David Greetham's ‘Archive Fever’ ” Jeffrey Drouin, (University of Tulsa), “Iconoclastic Textuality: The Ecclesiastical Proust Archive” Matthew G. Kirschenbaum (University of Maryland), “.txtual Forensics”
3:30-4:00: Open session for comments, embarrassing recollections, brickbats, etc.
4:00-5:30: Friday Forum Lecture(s): Randall McLeod, “It’s Greek to David: Two Demi-Talks”
Closing Poem: Joyce Ashuntantang.
6:00—on: Post-symposium Party in Thurgood Marshall events room at 80 LaSalle Street, Morningside Gardens: No. 1 train to 125 Street. RSVP to email@example.com.