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MLA 2021: Forum Panels

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    Laura Forsberg
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    Please consider attending one or both of the panels sponsored by our forum at MLA 2021 in the next few days:

    “Revisiting William Morris and the Arts and Crafts: Reception and Influence,” our co-sponsored panel, is scheduled for Thursday, January 7th from 5:15pm – 6:30pm (EDT).

    “From the Scribal to the Digital: The Labor of Collections” is scheduled for Friday, January 8th from 5:15 pm to 6:30 pm (EDT)

    Full list of papers below. We hope to see you there!

     

    “Revising William Morris and the Arts and Crafts: Reception and Influence” (co-sponsored with the William Morris Society)

    Papers:

    • “William Morris, Celebrity, and American Arts and Crafts,” Meghan Freeman, Manhattanville C
    • “Reading in Utopia: Community in Morris’s Arts and Crafts Circle and His Decorated Books,” Brandiann Molby, Loyola U, Chicago
    • “Women’s Perspectives in Arts and Crafts Culture: Olive Cockerell,” Alicia J. Carroll, Auburn U, Auburn

     

    “From the Scribal to the Digital: The Labor of Collections”

    Papers:

    • “Re-collecting Collections: Digitally Reconstructing Personal Libraries,” Laura Estill, St. Francis Xavier U
    • “Lord Byron, Visual Poetics, and Print and Material Culture in the 1830s,” Morteza Lak, Islamic Azad U of Tehran
    • “Labor of Love: An Open-Access Bibliography for Muriel Rukeyser,” Vivian R. Pollak, Washington U in St. Louis
    • “Teaching Modern Magazines in the Digital Age,” Bartholomew Brinkman, Framingham State U

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