1994 Conference

Human, All too Human

53th Session
September, 1994
Longfellow Hall
13 Appian Way
Harvard University

Humane Societies

NANCY VICKERS, University of Southern California
Directed Human Societies

MARJORIE GARBER, Harvard University
Heavy Petting

HARRIET RIVTO, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Barring the Cross: Hybridization and Purity in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Britain

DAVID WILLS, Louisiana State University
1553: Putting a First Foot Forward (Ramus, Wilson, Paré)



REY CHOW, University of California, Irvine
Directed Things

REY CHOW, University of California, Irvine
The Dream of a Butterfly

BARBARA JOHNSON, Harvard University
Muteness Envy

NANCY ARMSTRONG, Brown University
City Things: Photography and the Urbanization Process


Conceiving the Child

DIANA FUSS, Princeton University
Directed Conceiving the Child

CORA KAPLAN, Rutgers University
"A heterogeneous thing": Female Childhood and the Rise of Racial Thinking in Victorian England

JAMES R. KINCAID, University Southern California
Producing Erotic Children

DRUCILLA CORNELL, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Dismembered Selves and Wandering Wombs


Science Fictions

RICHARD YARBOROUGH, University of California, Los Angeles
Directed Science Fictions

VIVIAN SOBCHACK, University of California, Los Angeles
The 'Special Effects' of Humanism in Hollywood Science Fiction

VALERIE HARTOURNI, University of California, San Diego
Fertile Facts and Fantasies: New Reproductive Practices and the Politics of Life

SAMUEL R. DELANY, University of Massachusetts, Amherst