Modern Language Association
Viewing convention Program information from 2009

Session Details

Wednesday, 30 December

737. Langston Hughes and Transnational Liberation: Ideological Underpinnings

1:45–3:00 p.m., 411–412, Philadelphia Marriott

Program arranged by the Langston Hughes Society

Presiding: Dellita L. Martin-Ogunsola, Univ. of Alabama, Birmingham

1. “Langston Hughes: The Father of a World Black Consciousness Movement,” Tara T. Green, Univ. of North Carolina, Greensboro

2. “James Mercer Langston Hughes: ‘Poet Laureate,’ ‘Dean’ of Black American Writers, a Self-Proclaimed ‘Literary Sharecropper,’ ‘Radical Socialist,’ ‘ Cultural Ambassador,’ and Possibly One of America’s Earliest Postcolonial Thinkers,” Karima K. Jeffrey, Hampton Univ.

3. “Engagement in the Antifascist Movement and the Transnational Liberation of Minorities in the Literary Works of Langston Hughes,” Char Prieto, California State Univ., Chico

For abstracts, visit www.langstonhughessociety.org.

No comments have been posted for this session.

Close Window

© 2014 Modern Language Association.