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Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2000 12:33:12 +0100
Subject: Re: Diana, Princess of Wales


hi Andrea

Me new too. I would love to talk about that book but do not have the I Love
To You text, although I have it on order from amazon. My main interest in
Irigaray is her critique of Heidegger in Oblivion of Air... What notion of
love does Irigaray display in the book? Is it connected at all with
Platonic eros or Nietzsche's rapture in art?

best wishes

michael david pennamacoor



>Hi Everyone,
>
>I'm new to this list and I wondered if anyone wanted to talk about Irigaray?
>Particulary he ideas about love in I Love To You.
>
>Andrea
>
>
>>CALL FOR PAPERS
>>
>>SCHOLARLY ESSAYS ON DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES
>>
>>FOR A COLLECTION ENTITLED:
>>
>>Approaching Diana
>>
>>Although several years have passed since the death of Diana, Princess of
>>Wales, hardly a day goes by when her name is not mentioned in
>>newspapers, on television, in countless "true accounts," and, of course,
>>on the Internet. Even in death, Diana continues to fascinate, to
>>captivate, to intrigue and perplex. Curiously perhaps, Diana is not only
>>the subject of popular fascination, but also the object of scholarly
>>work in an international field called Dianology.
>>
>>The Diana phenomenon is the subject of the proposed collection of
>>essays, Approaching Diana. Unlike the other theme-based volumes that
>>have appeared to date, this collection will focus on different ways of
>>approaching the study of Diana. These approaches may include, but are
>>not limited to philosophical, feminist, historical, sociological,
>>psychological, anthropological, semiotic, deconstructive,
>>psychoanalytical, hermeneutical, and media as well as cultural studies
>>approaches. Each contributor will define and name the approach on which
>>his or her essay is based. Regardless of their approach, contributions
>>should avoid jargon, include a clear statement of their argument from
>>the outset, and conclude with an assessment of the power and yield of
>>the approach used.
>>
>>Essays should not exceed 20 pages in length (5000 words). Authors are
>>instructed to use parenthetical references to a list of Works Cited.
>>Explanatory notes should be avoided. All contributions will be
>>peer-reviewed. The deadline for contributions is: January 1, 2001. The
>>volume is scheduled to appear in Fall 2001. Please submit your
>>contribution (or abstract) to:
>>
>>Prof. Rod Heimpel
>>Department of French, University of Toronto
>>50 St. Joseph St., Second Floor
>>Toronto (Ontario)
>>M5S 1J4
>>
>>Contributions may also be e-mailed as attachments in Word or WordPerfect
>>format to: <heimpel-AT-chass.utoronto.ca>.
>>
>>This Call, including a Word version of it, is also available online at:
>>
>>	http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/french/pp/heimpel/diana
>>
>>
>>
>>
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