We are pleased to announce that at 2-4 on 11 June, the day after the conference, John N. Duvall, our keynote speaker and editor of Modern Fiction Studies, will be leading with Peter Boxall, editor of Textual Practice, a workshop for Arts and Humanities postgraduates on how to get published in an academic journal. The event will be held in Jubilee G31. Attendance is free. All are welcome.
We’re very pleased to confirm that Professor John Duvall (Purdue University) is to give the keynote speech at The State of Fiction: Don DeLillo in the Twenty-First Century.
John’s research focuses on modernism and postmodernism in American fiction, with a particular focus on racial and sexual identity. In addition to his prolific work on DeLillo, John has published on William Faulkner, Toni Morrison, John Barth, Ishmael Reed, and many more. John is also the editor of Modern Fiction Studies. Further information on John’s research can be found in the Purdue English directory.