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ANNOUNCEMENTS The Editors of Philosophy and Literature welcome the appearance of a new English/French journal, Texte, published annuedly. Texte explores the different meanings of the term "text" and "the different criticed perspectives which have been brought to bear on it." Additional information may be had by writing the editors, Brian T. Fitch and Andrew Oliver, at Trinity College, University of Toronto, Ontario M5S 1H8, Canada. Two new British graduate programs may be of interest to our readers. The University of Weirwick now offers a Combined Honours Degree in Philosophy and Literature. As described in announcements received, the program looks to be very thoughtfully planned. Seminars are jointly conducted by members of Warwick's literature and philosophy depeirtments, and efforts are made to accommodate the particular research interests of individual students. Information and application forms are available from the Graduate Office, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL. The Weirwick program offers an M.A. degree, as does the new Philosophy and the Humanities progreim of the Depetrtment of Philosophy, University ofEssex, Essex C04 3SQ. Lectures and seminars are on topics in philosophy, literature, and literary criticism. Attention is also given to genered issues in the theory of eirt euid the philosophy of the humetnities. We weurmly recommend that North American students wishing to pursue graduate work in these areas contact the directors of these interdisciplinary programs. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will sponsor a teaching institute and reseeirch conference on Marxist cultural theory inJune andJuly of 1983. Contact Cary Nelson of the School of Humanities, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 61801, for further information. The Nijhoff International Philosophy Series announces a conference on the philosophy ofJohn Wisdom, to be held at Cambridge University in August of 1983. For details, write Ilham Dilman, University College of Swansea, Swansea SA2 8PP, Great Britain. The Thirteenth International Phenomenology Congress, focusing on the work of Paul Ricoeur, will be held in Paris in mid-June 1983. Particulars may be obtained by contacting Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, 348 Payson Road, Belmont , Massachusetts 02178. A conference entitled "The Foundations of Criticed Pluralism" is planned for March, 1984. Speeikers edready scheduled include Wayne Booth, Arthur Efron, and Stanley Fish. Further information, including, we hope, the location of the conference, may be had by writing James E. Ford, Department of English, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska 68588. 144 ...


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