[DEADLINE EXTENDED] Realisms in American Detective Fiction
This panel invites papers that question and expand the critical discussion on the issue of realism in American detective fiction. Where does detective fiction fit within the tradition of American realism? To what extent does the detective story endorse, critique, or push back against the latter genre’s perceived conservatism? In what ways do realist detective fiction adhere to, or differ from, other genre fiction’s attempts at authenticity? How does the genre codify authenticity and how does the codification change historically? We seek presentations that touch on questions such as these as well as others that uncover novel aspects of realism in American detective fiction.
NEMLA 2017. March 23-26. Baltimore, MD.
Abstract: 300 words
Title: 200 characters (including spaces)
Deadline: October 7th, 2016
Contact: Shosuke Kinugawa (email@example.com)
Submit abstract here:https://www.cfplist.com/nemla/Home/S/16347