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348. Why Neo–Slave Narratives in the Twenty-First Century?

Friday, 6 January, 5:15–6:30 p.m., 614, WSCC

A special session

Presiding: Maria Helena Lima, State Univ. of New York, Geneseo

1. "Imoinda and the Task of Double Writing; or, She Who Tells the Story of the Gendered Signifying Minority," Assimina Karavanta, Univ. of Athens

2. "Writing Words, Wearing Wounds: Race, Gender, and Memory in a Puerto Rican Neo–Slave Narrative," Radost Rangelova, Gettysburg Coll.

3. "Of Moan and Stutter: M. Nourbese Philips's Hauntological Zong!," James D. B. McCorkle, Hobart and William Smith Colls.

Responding: Maria Helena Lima

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  • Genre, Theory, Method – Literary Criticism and Theory

  • Comparative Literature – Twentieth and Twenty-First Century

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