Lists of recommended sessions and resources relating to particular topics at the 2016 MLA Annual Convention in Austin appear below. They have been provided by MLA members and committees, as well as by MLA staff members. We welcome additional submissions for inclusion. Please note that the MLA is not responsible for content from outside sources. If you have… Read more »
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Have you scheduled time to visit the Harry Ransom Center during the MLA convention? Two events at the Harry Ransom Center are open to MLA convention attendees. Space is limited for both events; see post for details and contact information.
Austin is home to the Harry Ransom Center and the LBJ Presidential Library, two renowned research institutions housed on the campus of the University of Texas, Austin. If you wish to take advantage of their resources for some in-depth research, we encourage you to plan ahead to make the most of your experience. Harry Ransom… Read more »
Join one of the MLA’s cultural excursions and go behind the scenes of some of Austin’s cultural gems, then return to the convention refreshed and renewed for more fascinating sessions and networking opportunities. Sign up when you register for the convention, or you can write to Michael Reilly if you have already registered. Austin Music Scene Go behind the scenes… Read more »
Everything’s bigger in Texas—the 2016 convention in Austin certainly is. The Program Committee received more special-session proposals this spring than it has in over a dozen years. We have more than 840 sessions and events on the Program (with over 3,600 participants), and more than 300 address the presidential theme, Literature and Its Publics: Past,… Read more »