Collecting the Unconscious

Saturday, 5 March 2005 - 8:30am8:00pm

3619 Locust Walk, Philadelphia

Collecting the Unconscious

Fifth Annual Graduate Humanities Forum Conference

Thursday, March 5

8:30a-4:45p
Conference Panels

9:00-10:30a
Session 1
American Dreams: Three Approaches to Early American Literature

Session 2
Dreams: Pleasure and Distress

10:45a-1:30p
Session 3
Poster Session and Guided Poster Tours

Session 4
Dreams: Materiality and Imagination

1:30-3:00p
Session 5
Dream Visions: Representations of Dream Consciousness across Discipline

Session 6
Reflections on the Surreal and the Real

3:15-4:45p
Session 7
Making Dreams Matter: Divination, Behavioral Science, and Ethnography

Session 8
Dreaming and Reality: The 'Nature' of Dreams

5:30p (Rosenwald Gallery, Van Pelt Library)
Penn Recorder Ensemble, "Draw on Sweet Night" perfoming musix by Wilbye, Dowland, Gabrieli, Johnson and Others

5:30-7:00p (Rosenwald Gallery, Van Pelt Library, Reception follows with music by John Andrew Bailey, harpsichord)
Keynote Address
Christine Stansell, Dreams from/Dreams of the Nineteenth Century
Professor of History, Princeton University

Stephanie McCurry, Response
Professor of History, University of Pennsylvania

Universities represented: Clark, Delaware, Drexel, George Washington, Lehigh, New School for Social Research, Penn, Princeton, Rutgers, Temple, Virginia Commonwealth, and Yale

Cosponsored by Graduate Student Associations Council; Graduate Student Center; Van Pelt Library; Program in Comparative Literature; Departments of: Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Classical Studies, English, History, Germanic Languages and Literatures, Music, Philosophy, and Romance Languages.