LITERARY JOURNALISM: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

June 17, 2008

CALL FOR PAPERS
International Association for Literary Journalism Studies

“Literary Journalism: Past, Present and Future”
The Fourth International Conference for Literary Journalism Studies

Northwestern University
Medill School of Journalism
Evanston, Illinois, USA

14-16 May 2009

The International Association for Literary Journalism Studies invites submissions of original research papers, abstracts for research in progress and proposals for panels on Literary Journalism for the IALJS annual convention on 14-16 May 2009. The conference will be held at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, USA (Evanston is the first suburb immediately north of the city of Chicago).

The conference hopes to be a forum for scholarly work of both breadth and depth in the field of literary journalism, and all research methodologies are welcome, as are research on all aspects of literary journalism and/or literary reportage. For the purpose of scholarly delineation, our definition of literary journalism is “journalism as literature” rather than “journalism about literature.” The association especially hopes to receive papers related to the general conference theme, “Literary Journalism: Past, Present and Future.” All submissions must be in English.

The International Association for Literary Journalism Studies is a multi-disciplinary learned society whose essential purpose is the encouragement and improvement of scholarly research and education in Literary Journalism. As a relatively new association in a relatively recently defined field of academic study, it is our agreed intent to be both explicitly inclusive and warmly supportive of a wide variety of scholarly approaches.

more info: http://www.ialjs.org/conferences09.html

Details of the programs of previous annual meetings can be found at:
http://www.ialjs.org/conferences08.html
http://www.ialjs.org/conferences07.html
http://www.ialjs.org/conferences2006.html

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