CFP: Late-19th and Early-20th Century American Forum at MLA 2022 (2 panels, 1 roundtable) Deadline: 3.22.2021

The Late-19th- and Early-20th-Century American forum would like to invite SSAWW members to submit proposals for two panels and one roundtable we are sponsoring for the MLA 2022 Convention, to be held in Washington DC from January 6-9 2022. We have extended the deadline for all submissions to March 22. 

  1. Antifa before Fascism

Papers tracing genealogies of antifa to radical literary and print cultures of the first US Gilded Age. Work in non-English archives encouraged (by no means required). Send 300-word abstracts to Travis Foster (travis.foster@villanova.edu). 

Deadline for submissions: Monday, 22 March 2021

2. Historicizing Critique 

We invite proposals for papers about US literary/print cultures and critique (genres, modes, objects) in the late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century. Send 300-word abstract and a brief CV to laura.fisher@ryerson.ca by March 22. 

Deadline for submissions: Monday, 22 March 2021

3. Roundtable: Novel Democracy 

What is the relationship between democracy and the nineteenth- and early twentieth-century novel? Please submit 250-word abstracts and brief CV to Claudia Stokes and Gordon Fraser at Noveldemocracy@gmail.com by March 22. 

Deadline for submissions: Monday, 22 March 2021