CFP: AHILA 2020 - Simposio nº 9: Revisitar la década de 1920 en América Latina: una aproximación desde lo global

Estimados colegas y amigos,

nos complace invitarlos a enviar propuestas de ponencias para el simposio "Revisitar la década de 1920 en América Latina: una aproximación desde lo global", que coordinaremos en el marco del XIX Congreso de la Asociación de Historiadores Latinoamericanistas Europeos (AHILA), a realizarse en París entre el 1º y el 4 de septiembre de 2020. A continuación encontrarán la fundamentación del simposio y las instrucciones para el envío de resúmenes:
 

Re: Did a Censored Female War Writer Inspire Hemingway's Famous Style?

I think there is a persuasive argument here. Hemingway was certainly a collector of experiences that later showed up in his fiction. He was slightly desperate to get into the Great War, and his relatively brief (if violent) exposure to it was significant. Given that his fiction about the war was always about the dark side of it, and the experience of those wounded, it's easy to see him being influenced by Ellen La Motte, herself an admired friend of Hemingway's literary friend and mentor, Gertrude Stein.

Re: Did a Censored Female War Writer Inspire Hemingway's Famous Style?

Cynthia, as a longtime Hemingway fan I'd love to read the article, but your link took me to a login screen that stopped me in my tracks. A copy open to all would be welcome.

Naturally, like most aficionados I had a soft assumption that the terse fundamentals of his style derived from his days as a reporter, before and after the Great War. But I'm willing to be proved wrong!

X-Post: JIWS, “Red Amazons?” Gendering Violence and Revolution in the Long First World War, 1914-23

New article in the Journal of International Women’s Studies (open access)

Kovac, Matthew (2019). ‘Red Amazons’? Gendering Violence and Revolution in the Long First World War, 1914-23. Journal of International Women's Studies, 20(4), 69-82. 

Free downloads at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol20/iss4/6

ANN: Contested Commemorations: Reflections on the Centenary of the First World War, 2013-2019 (Milton Keynes, 17 May 2019)

RHS Symposium at the Open University – 17 May 2019

Royal Historical Society Symposium hosted by Department of History, Open University
Contested Commemorations: Reflections on the centenary of the First World War, 2013-2019

The Royal Historical Society, with the Open University Department of History, is delighted to announce the details of our forthcoming Symposium at the Open University, Milton Keynes, on 17 May 2019.

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