the making of humanities V
I am pleased to be presenting my paper, “New Criticism as Dead and Alive: The Cycles of Disciplinary History and Anti-Blackness,” on the “History of Criticism” panel at the The Making of Humanities – V. The conference will be held at Johns Hopkins University on October 5-7 and serves as the annual meeting of the Society for the History of the Humanities.
It looks to to be an exciting panel!
History of Criticism
- Nicolas VanDeviver, Edward Said and the Crisis of the New Criticism
- Andy Hines, New Criticism as Dead and Alive: The Cycles of Disciplinary History and Anti-Blackness
- Yung-Hsing Wu, Close Readings of the Feminist Kind
- J.E. Elliott, Manufacturing Dissent: Brand English in the Corporate University