American Literature Association 25th Annual Conference

Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
May 22-25, 2014

The Hemingway Society has organized two panels for this conference

Session 4-A, Thursday, May 22nd, 2014 1:30-2:50pm
Ernest Hemingway vs. the United States Government
Chair: Sara Kosiba, Troy University
1. “Hemingway, the Bonus Army, and the Labor Day Hurricane: Using Primary Research to Uncover the Truth,”
David Leight and John M. Lawlor, Jr., Reading Area Community College
2. “The Technical Strain of Wartime Spying: How It Affected Hemingway’s
Relationship with the U.S. Government,”
Nicholas Reynolds, Independent Scholar
3. “’I believe in the Cuban people’s cause’: Hemingway’s Politics in Yuri
Paporov’s Hemingway na Cuba,”
W. Wayne Fraser, Independent Scholar

Session 5-A, Thursday, May 22nd, 2014 3:00-4:20pm
Reevaluating Hemingway’s Nonfiction
Chair: Ross K. Tangedal, Kent State University
1. “Hemingway and Authorial Conception: The Hunter and the Hunted in
Michael DuBose, The University of South Carolina-Beaufort
2. “Hemingway’s Journalism, Journalistic Voices, and Journalistic
Philosophy During and in the Wake of Fascism in the 1930′s,”
Jean Jespersen Bartholomew, The Carlbrook School
3. “Reconsidering Hemingway on Film: Race, Politics and the Specter of the
Cold War,”
Peter Lancelot Mallios, The University of Maryland