Friday, 6 January, 5:15–6:30 p.m., 619, WSCC
Program arranged by the Melville Society and the Emily Dickinson International Society
Presiding: Joseph Fruscione, Georgetown Univ.; Tyler Brent Hoffman, Rutgers Univ., Camden
Speakers: Stephen Hodin, Boston Univ.; Cristanne Miller, Univ. at Buffalo, State Univ. of New York; Monica Pelaez, Saint Cloud State Univ.; Jennifer H. Schell, Univ. of Alaska, Fairbanks; Jillian Spivey, Cornell Univ.
For more information, visit melvillesociety.org/en/conferences-and-events/mla-conference.
Dickinson, Whitman, and Melville wrote war poetry that recent critical readings have scrutinized. This roundtable’s goal is to investigate—as interactively as possible—the growing interest in parsing these poets’ aesthetic, political, and formal responses. Through a variety of critical viewpoints, we invite the audience to participate in thinking through how critical approaches to Civil War poetry have evolved and will continue to offer new insights.
Genre, Theory, Method – Poetry
American Literature – Before 1900
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