Friday, 10 January, 10:15–11:30 a.m., Chicago D, Chicago Marriott
Program arranged by the Division on Twentieth-Century English Literature
Presiding: Allan Hepburn, McGill Univ.
1. "'Commonwealth Literature Does Not Exist': How Salman Rushdie and the Booker Prize Invented High-Pop Postcolonial Literature,"
Kara Lee Donnelly, Univ. of Notre Dame
2. "The Opposite of Modernism: John Galsworthy's Repeated Success,"
Matthew Levay, Harvard Univ.
3. "Careers@NW: The Ethical Haunting of Zadie Smith's Work,"
Sarah Brophy, McMaster Univ.
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