I am off to Berkeley for the next few days and the weekend. I am on a panel with some soon-to-be-illustrious names of South Asia studies. My intention is to keep the conversation to the plebian level. I also intend on finishing the paper. Ahem.
Also next week, our own conference at Chicago, begins. And I am lax there as well.
So, I am feeling a tad overwhelmed. And someone had the temerity to say, â„Ã˜Ã¿Â±Ã¿â„¢â‚¬í â‚¬Ã¯Å¸Ã¤â„âˆ« Ã¿Â¥Ã¿ÃŸâ‚¬Ã¯ Ã¿“Å¸Ã Ã¿ÃŸÃ¿Â± â‚¬Ã¯Å¸Ã¤Ã¿Ã¥ Å¸Ã–Å¸Ã¤Ã¿Ã˜Ã¿ÃŸÅ¸ÃœÅ¸Ãª Ã¿Â¨Å¸Ãœâ„Ã˜ Å¸Ã–Å¸Ã¤â„âˆ«
yeah, right. I surrender now. In other words, gentle readers, amuse yourselves. If anything noteworthy happens at the conference, I will tell.
whatever happened to the i [heart] pk shirts? any plans on putting them back up?
:-) Seopy wrote: â„Ã˜Ã¿Â±Ã¿â„¢â‚¬í â‚¬Ã¯Å¸Ã¤â„âˆ« Ã¿Â¥Ã¿ÃŸâ‚¬Ã¯ Ã¿“Å¸Ã Ã¿ÃŸÃ¿Â± â‚¬Ã¯Å¸Ã¤Ã¿Ã¥ Å¸Ã–Å¸Ã¤Ã¿Ã˜Ã¿ÃŸÅ¸ÃœÅ¸Ãª Ã¿Â¨Å¸Ãœâ„Ã˜ Å¸Ã–Å¸Ã¤â„âˆ« Well, the alternative is to "gutnoan pe bal chalna." Not a good idea in the Bay Area. :-)
I've heard that while the conference itself could do with some improvement, the after-panel celebrating is incomparable. Is that true?
the memory is a bit hazy...which for panelits speaking of memory and history, is just plain sad.
ah, but it is in this liminal space that representations (and our bread and butter, dare i say) are generated..