The Society of Early Americanists sponsored a summit of early Ibero- and Anglo-Americanists at the Westward Look Resort in Tucson, Arizona, on 1618 May 2002. The innovative program, organized by program chair Ralph Bauer, explored the canons of American literature in 12 sessions in which Hispanists and Anglo-Americanists, as well as several scholars of Native American literature, participated. An exhilarating intellectual exercise, the summit promises to open up a more comparative study of the literatures of the western hemisphere. Early American Literature will publish in Vol. 38 a number of personal reflections upon the future of this initiative by summit participants. A summary review of the conference will also be supplied by Book Review Editor, Sandra Gustafson. The International American Studies Association will hold its first World Congress 2224 May 2003, at Leiden, The Netherlands. The Conference Title is ``How Far Is America from Here?'' Founded in 2000, the International American Studies Association, the only internationally chartered association of/for Americanists from all parts of the world, defines its mission as furthering the international exchange of ideas and information among scholars from all nations and various disciplines who study and teach America regionally, hemispherically, nationally, transnationally, and as a
Early American Literature – University of North Carolina Press
Published: Dec 5, 2002
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