The Pervasiveness of Politics

THE PERVASIVENESS OF POLITICS

INTERDISCIPLINARY LECTURES AND
WORK-SHOP SERIES

organized by AMY COLIN
Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Maison Suger

1994-1995

Amy Colin (USA/ Univ. of Pittsburgh)
Introduction
History and Poetic Innovation in
Paul Celan’s Poetry
Discussion

Juan J. Linz (USA/ Yale University)
The Transition from Dictatorship to Democracy
Discussion

Svetlana Slapsak (Slovenia/Univ. of Ljubljana)
Political Discourse and Stereotypes in
Contemporary Serbian Journalism
Discussion

Joselita Raspi Serra (Italy/Univ. of Salerno)
Della favola alla storia:
Il mito della Grecia e l’idea di natura
Discussion

Mark S. Cladis (USA/Vassar College)
Lessons from the Garden: Rousseau’s Solitaires and the Limits of Liberalism
Discussion

Urszula Sowina (Archeological and Ethnological Institute of Warsaw)
Le contrôle des eaux dans les villes de Pologne à l’époque préindustrielle (XVe – XVIIIe siècles)
Discussion

Lorenza Sebesta (Italy/ Univ. of Bologna)
L’essor de la coopération spatiale après la deuxième guerre mondiale – une perspective américaine
Discussion

Paul Bach-y-Rita (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison)
The Changing Concept of Mind and Brain:
Medical, Philosophical, and Political Implications
Discussion

Hans Skoie (Norway/Institute for Studies in Research and Higher Education)
University Research — A New Funding Climate?
Discussion

Lars Engwall (Sweden/Univ. de Uppsala)
Mercury & Minerva: A Modern Multinational

Concluding Discussion

@ Amy Colin, Cité for the Culture of Peace.