The Society for Critical Exchange
Conferences and Conventions

MLA and Regional Convention Panels &
SCE-Sponsored Conferences

Modern Language Association Meetings

The Society for Critical Exchange sponsors standing sessions at the
annual Modern Language Association convention in December and at most regional MLA meetings. For more information on current, upcoming, and past MLA conference activities, follow the appropriate link below.


Major SCE Conferences

Theories of Reference and Representation. Indiana University, October 1982.

Deciding What to Know: The Professional Authorization of Knowledge in the Humanities. Indiana University, October 1983.
Disciplinarity: Formations, Rhetorics, Histories. University of Minnesota, April 1989.
Writing Histories of Rhetoric. University of Texas, Arlington, October 1989.
The Role of Theory in the Undergraduate Classroom: Curriculum, Pedagogy, Politics. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, September 1990.
Intellectual Property and the Construction of Authorship. Case Western Reserve University, April 1991.
Cultural Agency/Cultural Authority: Politics and Poetics of Intellectual Property in the Post-Colonial Era. Rockefeller Center, Bellagio, Italy, March 1993.
New Economic Criticism. Case Western Reserve University, October 1994.
Cultures of Writing: Places, Spaces, and Interfaces of Writing and Writing Technologies. Case Western Reserve University, February 1997.
Culture and Economics. Exeter University, July 1998.

Globalization and the Image. Case Western Reserve University, November 2001.

Writing, Cognition, Disability. Case Western Reserve University,
October 2005.

Con/Texts of Invention. Case Western Reserve University, April 2006.


Other Related and Sponsored Conferences

Siting Secularism. Oberlin College, April 2002.

Sovereignty and the Right to Death. Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University, October 2003.


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