[Msa-discuss] NYC Modernism Seminar Meeting November 15th
jengilchrist at gmail.com
Sat Nov 9 14:47:33 EST 2013
The NYC Modernism Seminar is pleased to announce that next Friday, November
15th, from 4-6pm at the Lincoln Center Atrium, Matthew Eatough (Baruch)
will lead a discussion of Claude McKay's novel *Banana Bottom *(1933) and
sociologist W.M. Macmillan's "Warning from the West Indies" (1936). For the
reading materials and/or to be added to the listserv, please contact
nycmodernismseminar at gmail.com.
The Lincoln Center Atrium is located on Broadway between 62/63rd streets in
Manhattan: http://atrium.lincolncenter.org/. Food and drink will be
available for purchase.
Jennifer Gilchrist, Jonathan Goldman, and Ernest Ialongo
*Founded in 2009, the NYC Modernism Seminar is an interdisciplinary forum
for NYC-area scholars of the modernist period to read and discuss current
work in our field and other pertinent materials. Meetings:We meet
sporadically but regularly, informally but rigorously, usually discussing
one or two article/chapter/essay-length texts at each
session.Materials:Materials are suggested by seminar participants. We
forward the readings to the group 1-2 weeks in advance of each session.
Please submit your suggestions and we will make a good-faith attempt to
schedule them all. We mainly focus on recent academic articles in
professional journals, chapters from recent academic books, and re-readings
of parts or wholes of canonical critical works. Other materials include
New York novels and films from the modernist period. We occasionally
discuss a piece–finished or unfinished–with its author. *
*Facilitator Guidelines:**Those who submit materials should be ready to**1.
provide an electronic version of the text*
*2. offer a brief oral summary (quite informal is quite fine)*
*3. facilitate discussion*
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Jennifer Gilchrist, PhD
695 Park Ave.
NY, NY 10065
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