American Literature Colloquium

Welcome!

The American Colloquium convenes graduate students and faculty interested broadly in the study of American literature at Harvard. We meet several times each semester to hear from guest speakers on literary scholarship and to discuss works-in-progress by current graduate students.

To be added our mailing list, to ask a question, or to make a suggestion, please contact Colloquium co-coordinators Christian Schegel and Tess McNulty. No matter your area of specialization, your department, or your university, we'd love to have you join us!

Fall 2017 Schedule

Wednesday, October 25
Deak Nabers (Brown University)
"Managerial Modernism: Rethinking the Aesthetics of Liberalism in 20th Century U.S. Culture"
Barker 114 @ 5:00pm

Thursday, November 16
Miles Osgood (G5)
"World Champion Style: The Modernist-Boxer and the Challenger-Celebrity"
Graduate Student Workshop
Barker 316 @ 5pm


Spring 2018 Schedule

Tuesday, January 30
Richard Jean So (McGill University)
Title and Location, TBA
Co-sponsored with Race and Ethnicity Colloquium

Thursday, March 1
Aarthi Vadde (Duke University)
Title and Location, TBA
Co-sponsored with Brit Lit Colloquium

Graduate student workshops, TBA


Calls for Papers

Conferences

See American listings at the University of Pennsylvania CFP site.

Journals in the Field

American Literary History
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American Literature
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Studies in American Fiction
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American Quarterly
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Arizona Quarterly
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Callaloo: A Journal of African Diaspora Arts & Letters
Website | Access | MLA

Early American Literature
Website | Access | MLA

ESQ: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture
Website | Access | MLA

Henry James Review
Website | Access | MLA

J19: The Journal of the Nineteenth-Century Americanists
Website | Access | MLA

Journal of American Studies
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Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers
Website | Access | MLA

Leviathan: A Journal of Melville Studies
Website | Access | MLA

Post45
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