Friday, 10 January, 5:15–6:30 p.m., Cook, Chicago Marriott
Program arranged by the Division on Nonfiction Prose Studies, Excluding Biography and Autobiography
Presiding: Howard Horwitz, Univ. of Utah
1. "The Rhyme of Crisis: Speculative Euphoria, Confidence Multipliers, and Intellectual Bubbles," Matthew E. A. Seybold, Univ. of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
2. "Too Big Not to Fail: Gerard de Malynes and the Seventeenth-Century Credit Crisis," Brian J. Sheerin, Saint Edward's Univ.
3. "Beyond Finance: Margaret Atwood's Account of 2008," Walter Geerts, Univ. of Antwerp
4. "Financial Fiction, Fictional Finance: Genres of the Recent Financial Crisis," Laura Finch, Univ. of Pennsylvania
Genre, Theory, Method – Nonfictional Prose