“Not that Foucault . . .” American representations of Power from the Virgin to the Dynamo.
SCMLA 11/1/07-11/3/07 (South Central MLA)
The concept of Power changed during the nineteenth century as the sorts of power that humans could control dramatically expanded. Papers investigating changed, innovative, or problematic strategies that early American writers from the colonial periods to 1900 used to represent the relationships between humans and power are welcome.
Please e-mail 500 word abstracts to: [email protected]
Richard V. McLamore
Associate Professor of English
Department of English
Abilene, TX 79697-0608