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The 1918 Pandemic and its Afterlives: Elizabeth Outka
Where does the history of an illness reside, both for individuals and for communities? Prof. Elizabeth Outka (University of Richmond) joins us to consider how modernist literature captures the subtle afterlives of such history in the wake of the 1918 pandemic–how illness and its memories ripple through language, bodies, and nations–and what last century’s catastrophic pandemic might teach us about the post-pandemic contemporary. Introduction by Dr. Lisa Coleman. Moderated by David Sugarman.

Oct 28, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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