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GWU Issue 2001:
Selected Papers from the 6th Annual Human Sciences Conference
at The George Washington University

Rethinking the Human Sciences:
Interdisciplinary Studies, Global Education, and the Languages of Criticism

EDITORIAL

 The Human Sciences Conference at The George Washington University

ESSAYS

 The Unconscious is Structured Like a City: Freud, Lacan, and the Project of the Human Sciences
Peter Caws

 Noam Chomsky Between the Human and Natural Sciences
Frits Staal

 Scientia Media, Incommensurability, and Interdisciplinary Space
Brent Dean Robbins

 Is Stephen Hawking Modern? A Study of A Brief History of Time in Relation to the Theories of Bruno Latour
Maureen Madison

 Rhetoric, Science, and the Rhetoric of Science: An Exercise
Margaret Hamilton

 Debt and Duty: Kant, Derrida, and African Philosophy
Bruce B. Janz

 Visualizing Culture: Inscription as an Ethnographic Artifact
Matthew Wolfgram

 Containing Cultural Studies: The Departmentalization of an Anti-Disciplinary Project
Steve Macek

 A Minor Incision: Trans-Disciplinarity and the Discourses of Marginality
John C. Goshert

 The Auction House of Postmodernity: Salman Rushdie and the Ends of Literature in a Global World Order
Robert P. Marzec

 Systematic Change: William Gibson, Monsters, Cyborgs, and Time
Justin Roby

 Rethinking Academic Discourse: A Poetic Approach to Academic Endeavor
Andrea Custodi

Notes on Contributors

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