Late Nineteenth-Century Panics MLA Session

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Late Nineteenth-Century Panics 
Exploring the range of panics that influenced United States literature at the end of the nineteenth century, from racial tensions to economic problems to identity issues and government tyranny, our panelists represent diverse approaches to the study of panics, covering the topics tyranny panic, ecstatic panic, racial panic, panic and periodization, evolution panic, and economic panic.
 
Speakers:
Elizabeth Duquette (Gettysburg C)
Travis M. Foster (Villanova U)
Susan Gillman (U of California, Santa Cruz)
Andrew Kopec (Indiana U–Purdue U, Fort Wayne)
Lynn Wardley (San Francisco State U)
David A. Zimmerman (U of Wisconsin, Madison)
 
Presiding:
Dale Bauer and Edlie Wong


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