CFP: [American] Mobilization and Modernism: World War I and American Literature
Mobilization and Modernism: World War I and American Literature
Although much scholarship on World War I and modernism focuses on European
contexts, the war radically impacted America. This proposed panel at
Modernist Studies Association will explore the social and artistic
consequences of World War I in the United States. Potential paper topics
may include but are not limited to World War I and the New Negro
Renaissance, American writers on the battlefield, mobilization and
nativism, war and feminism, and cultural ramifications of the war.
The Modernist Studies Association will meet November 13-16, 2008 in
Nashville, Tennessee. For more information on the conference, visit
Send a five-hundred word abstract and brief CV to David A. Davis at
davisda_at_wfu.edu by May 1, 2008.
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