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Wednesday, 28 December
256. Nineteenth-Century American Literature and the State
3:30–4:45 p.m., Park Tower Suite 8222, Marriott
Program arranged by the Division on Nineteenth-Century American Literature
Presiding: Christopher D. Castiglia, Loyola Univ., Chicago
1. “Reforming Space: Benevolent Societies, Disciplinary Institutions, and the State in Fuller’s New-York Tribune Correspondence,” Brigitte G. Bailey, Univ. of New Hampshire, Durham
2. “Propaganda, the Confederate State, and Its ‘Literary Soldiers of Fortune,’” Coleman Hutchison, Northwestern Univ.
3. “Critical Citizenship and the Bounds of Feeling,” Melanie V. Dawson, Coll. of William and Mary
4. “Môle-St. Nicolas, Guantánamo, and Late-Nineteenth-Century Imperial Designs: Challenges to the United States Military State Apparatus by Frederick Douglass and José Martí,” Jana Evans Braziel, Univ. of Cincinnati
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