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THE 2000 BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE ASSOCIATION

THE 2000 BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE ASSOCIATION Advisory Board Christopher Braider Dorothy Figueira Kathleen Komar Lydia Liu William Moebius Haun Saussy Henry Sussman Steven Ungar Mary Ann Witt Susanne Wofford TABLE OF CONTENTS ii v vi viii ix x xii xiv xviii xix Letter from President Jonathan Culler Invitation to join ACLA Report on the 2000 ACLA Conference: “Interdisciplinarity and its Subjects” by Edward Lintz Letter from Dorothy Figueira, ICLA Board Member ACLA Sessions at MLA, Washington, D.C., December 2000 Call for Papers for the ACLA Conference 2001, University of Colorado, Boulder Comparative Literature Prizes for 1999/2000 Citation for the 2000 René Wellek Prize by Henry Sussman Announcement of The Bernheimer Award ACLA Financial Statement, 1/1/99-12/31/99 COMPARATIVE LITERATURE /ii LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Dear Colleagues, I write on my way home from the meeting of the American Council of Learned Societies, in Washington D.C. Each year the Executive Committee of the Delegates of the ACLS, on which I have been privileged to serve, chooses a distinguished senior scholar to deliver the Charles Homer Haskins Lecture, “A Life of Learning.” This year, for the first time, the honor was bestowed on a comparatist, Geoffrey Hartman, who won the ACLA’s Wellek prize in 1998 for The Fateful http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Comparative Literature Duke University Press

THE 2000 BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE ASSOCIATION

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Duke University Press
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Copyright 2000 by University of Oregon
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0010-4124
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1945-8517
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Advisory Board Christopher Braider Dorothy Figueira Kathleen Komar Lydia Liu William Moebius Haun Saussy Henry Sussman Steven Ungar Mary Ann Witt Susanne Wofford TABLE OF CONTENTS ii v vi viii ix x xii xiv xviii xix Letter from President Jonathan Culler Invitation to join ACLA Report on the 2000 ACLA Conference: “Interdisciplinarity and its Subjects” by Edward Lintz Letter from Dorothy Figueira, ICLA Board Member ACLA Sessions at MLA, Washington, D.C., December 2000 Call for Papers for the ACLA Conference 2001, University of Colorado, Boulder Comparative Literature Prizes for 1999/2000 Citation for the 2000 René Wellek Prize by Henry Sussman Announcement of The Bernheimer Award ACLA Financial Statement, 1/1/99-12/31/99 COMPARATIVE LITERATURE /ii LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Dear Colleagues, I write on my way home from the meeting of the American Council of Learned Societies, in Washington D.C. Each year the Executive Committee of the Delegates of the ACLS, on which I have been privileged to serve, chooses a distinguished senior scholar to deliver the Charles Homer Haskins Lecture, “A Life of Learning.” This year, for the first time, the honor was bestowed on a comparatist, Geoffrey Hartman, who won the ACLA’s Wellek prize in 1998 for The Fateful

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Comparative LiteratureDuke University Press

Published: Jan 1, 2000

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