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Presented by the Department of English's Center for Literary and Comparative Studies, the Department of Classics, and the School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.

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The Center for Literary and Comparative Studies of the Department of English, in conjunction with the School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, and the Department of Classics, has organized this two-day symposium. A broad aim of "Reading Comparatively: Theories, Practices, Communities" is to enable a critical rethinking of the act of reading, which is what we in departments throughout the College of Arts and Humanities undertake on a daily basis, in our scholarly work as well as in the classroom. To that end the conference brings together scholars working across the College on the topic of comparative reading writ large. Conference participants will address the ways in which their work is comparative beyond the common interpretation of reading in different languages. The conference will explore such large questions as: What does it mean to read comparatively? Why read comparatively? Is it possible not to read comparatively?
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Keynote speakers include Louis Menand, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of English at Harvard University; Zita Nunes, Associate Professor of English at the University of Maryland; and Eric Zakim, Associate Professor of Hebrew at the University of Maryland.

Conference Committee:
Carmen Benito-Vessels, Lauretta Clough, Robert Levine, Zita Nunes, Valérie Orlando, Carla Peterson, Sangeeta Ray

For more information, contact Robert Levine, rlevine@umd.edu.

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