Short papers with presenters needed for a NEMLA Roundtable on Teaching Censored Literature April 7-11, 2011 at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. This panel will explore pedagogical methods appropriate for teaching literature censored by governments, self, or niche groups, with the objective of exploring the secrets and taboos of other cultures and discovering our own biases. Examples include modernist classics as well as contemporary global fiction: Ulysses, Lolita, The Bluest Eye, Lady Chatterly's Lover, Cane, My Name is Red, The German Mujahid, The Kindly Ones, Animal Farm, Arabian Nights, Children of the Alley (or Gebelaawi), The Last Temptation of Christ, Brave New World, Fahrenheit 451, The Proof of the Honey, Master and Margarita, Satanic Verses, The Patience Stone, Soul Mountain, One Man's Bible, God Dies by the Nile, Wild Thorns, Gate of the Sun, The Attack, Swallows of Kabul, Sirens of Baghdad, This Blinding Absence of Light, The Sand Child etc. Papers from this conference can be published in a book on Teaching Censored
Literature, edited by Professor Keefer, and published by Cambridge Scholars. Send abstracts to Professor Keefer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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