Call for papers for a special session on comparative media studies in Latin America to be held at the 2015 MLA convention. While most often comparative media studies is practiced in relation to emergent literacies and narrative forms in the twentieth- and twenty-first centuries, this panel invites proposals focusing on other historical periods as well, including colonial and nineteenth-century studies.
The focus of this panel would be on the interplay between older and newer media forms; and/or media change in relation to narrative, networks and materialities of communication, cultural history, or related topics. Please send 250-word abstracts to email@example.com. by March 15.
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