War and American Periodicals after 1914 - American Literature Assn (5/22/14), proposals due 12/15
War and/in American Periodicals after 1914
RSAP seeks proposals for the American Literature Association's 25th Annual Conference, 22-25 May 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill, in Washington, D.C.
As spaces of dialogue and dissent, American periodicals have played a formative role in the negotiation of war's meaning in American culture. This panel seeks 15-20–minute papers that might address any aspect of this topic, including but not limited to: seriality and war; soldier newspapers; trench journalism; periodicals and the home front; fictional representations of war in periodicals; periodicals as spaces for dialogue and dissent about war; anti-war publications; responses to war in black periodicals; war in visual culture; the imagined communities of wartime America; literary style and war correspondence; etc. Please email 300-word abstract and C.V. to Amanda Gailey at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 15, 2013; please put "RSAP panel submission" in the subject line.