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Call for Papers for the 2018 American Literature in the World Graduate Conference, hosted by the Yale Department of English and co-sponsored by Beinecke Library:  
September 26, 2017
Bringing Unknown Patterns into View: The Critical Vision of Robert B. Stepto brings together scholars from across the field of African American Studies to celebrate Professor Stepto's 40-year career at Yale. Organized by African American Studies, the celebration will take place from 9am to 6pm on Friday, October 30, in Loria Hall Room 351, and will feature original work from an extraordinary selection of Professor Stepto's former students. 
October 14, 2015
Thornton Wilder Conference Poster
From The Thornton Wilder Family:Celebration and study of Thornton Wilder will take over Newport, Rhode Island, for the Second International Thornton Wilder Conference, a three-day event with more than 20 presentations, round table conversations, panel discussions, readings and events featuring leading academics and theater professionals from countries including France, China, Iran, Italy, Mexico, Switzerland and the United States.
May 27, 2015
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