Late Modern Planet: Cultural Studies Symposium

Globalization, Modernity, and Cultural Studies




11th Annual Cultural Studies Symposium at Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS





Keynote Speakers:
Lawrence Grossberg, Amitava Kumar, Bruce Robbins, Ginu Kamani and Joel Barraquiel Tan






March 7-9, 2002



Roundtable on the events of Sept. 11, 2001

            Are we living in a late modern planet? Have we moved into the postmodern universe? In what ways have globalization and diaspora changed culture and society and when did this begin? How are shifts in technology, international politics, or transnational economics registered as changes in art, identity or other cultural forms? Activist, empirical, and theoretical papers welcome. We encourage papers from any historical period.


Michele Janette
Department of English
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Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506-0701
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