Session #11: Premodern to Modern Humanisms (May 10, Thursday, 10:00 am)
- Mary K. Ramsey (Fordham University), "Niobe's Tears: Mourning on the Margins of the Human"
- Karl Steel (Columbia University), "How Delicious We Must Be: Cannibalism, Again"
- LeAnne Teruya (San Jose State University/Department of Geology), "Mapping Humanism in the Age of G.P.S."
- Timothy Spence (Hollins University), "Lyrics, Commentaries, and Communities of the Spirit: Humanistic Commentaries of Passion Against the Modern Self"
- Kenneth P. Clarke (University College, Oxford University), "Chaucer's Tyrants and Humanisms"
- Betsy McCormick (Mount San Antonio College), "Oh, the Humanity! Toward an Ethical Humanism"
- RESPONDENT: Jeffrey Jerome Cohen (George Washington University)