Join us Thursday, May 22 for the 25th Annual American Literature Association Conference!
From May 22 through May 25, the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC will play host to literary scholars, enthusiasts, and more with a series of panels, readings, and other events.
Among the many captivating presentations, EAS will present the panel “Influences on/of Edward Albee” on Thursday, May 22 during the 12:00-1:20 pm block. A summary of the panel is shown below.
Session 3-C Influences on/of Edward Albee
Organized by the Edward Albee Society
Chair and Respondent: Natka Bianchini, Loyola University Maryland
1. “Visited by a Phantom: Adrienne Kennedy’s Encounter with Edward Albee,” David Crespy, University of Missouri
2. “Albee’s Prototype of the Two-hander,” Robert Combs, George Washington University
3. “Postmodernity’s Influence on Albee/Albee’s Influence on Postmodern Drama,” Lincoln Konkle, The College of New Jersey
4. “Order… On its own terms: Hybridity of Form in Albee’s A Delicate Balance,” Jacob Juntunen, Southern Illinois University
To download the conference program or for information on procedures, paper proposals, fees, and other topics, please visit the 2014 ALA Conference webpage.
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