CFP: [20th] MSA X Panel Participants
â€œWriting it Like it Is: Observations from the Outpostsâ€
Foregrounded issues at MSA X include transnational and international
aesthetic interaction, mass media (print, radio, phonography, etc), media
in various colonial and anti-colonial projects, and war, among others.
This panel aspires to new perspectives on the intersection between
journalism, autobiography/travel-writing, and modern cynicism in the post-
WWI literary era. Papers are welcome which take a comparative view of
authors/works who translate their careers into literary (and very often
comedic) invectives of communication, journalism, and/or politics on a
global scale. Please send proposed paper titles/brief (100 word) author
bios to Heather.Lusty_at_unlv.edu no later than April 30th, 2008.
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