10-spivak 5/6/04 9:55 AM Page 203 “ON THE CUSP OF THE PERSONAL AND THE IMPERSONAL”: AN INTERVIEW WITH GAYATRI CHAKRAVORTY SPIVAK LAURA E. LYONS AND CYNTHIA FRANKLIN In the spring semester of 2003, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Avalon Foun- dation Professor in the Humanities at Columbia University, occupied the position of Citizens’ Chair at the University of Hawai‘i at Mänoa. The Cit- izens’ Chair was created in 1965 by the state legislature to attract individuals of extraordinary scholarly and creative accomplishments to our University with the mandate that their presence would benefit both the academic and the larger communities of Hawai‘i. In addition to conducting a graduate seminar, “Narratives of the Multiple Politics of Culture,” Spivak gave numerous talks: “Terror” here at the university; “The Humanities in the Twenty-First Century” at the Honolulu Academy of Art; “Beyond Academe” for the Graduate Student Conference in Languages, Linguistics and Litera- tures; “Two Worlds Meeting: Conversations on Indigenous Issues and Settler Viewpoints” with Lilikalä Kame‘eleihiwa, Director of the Center for Hawai- ian Studies at the University of Hawai‘i at Mänoa; a roundtable on film and social justice for the South Asian Studies Symposium; and several presenta- tions on the other islands. Although not
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