Reciprocity in the Relationship Between Cognitive Science and Literary Studies: What Can We Offer to Them and Why Should They Care?

Special Session, Modern Language Association Convention
San Diego, 2003
Organized by Lisa Zunshine

Chair: Nancy Easterlin, University of New Orleans

  1. "Woolf, Pinker, and the Theory of Mind," Lisa Zunshine, University of Kentucky.

  2. "Failure of Schemata," Porter Abbott, University of California, Santa Barbara.

  3. "Hard Cases: On Being a Host in a Machine," Blakey Vermeule, Northwestern University.

  4. Respondent: David Herman, North Carolina University.

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