Southeastern Geographics and National Imaginations
A Panel for the Biennial Meeting of the Society for the Study of Southern Literature
The College of William & Mary
April 18-20, 2008
We invite proposals for papers that explore the relationship between the particular geology, geography, topography, or meteorology of the southeast and larger national discourses (historical, political, cultural, etc.). How do southeastern geographics inform or influence the cultural and historical work of imagining nations, empires, transnational or transcultural encounters, etc.?
Please email one page proposals to Michele Currie <email@example.com> and Eric Gary Anderson <firstname.lastname@example.org> by December 7, 2007.
n.b. Once this panel is assembled, it will be submitted to the SSSL Program Committee for review.
Eric Gary Anderson
Department of English (MS 3E4)
George Mason University
Department of English
University of California at Irvine Email: email@example.com
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