ARLS session at MMLA 2016

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Sacred-Secular Borderlands: The Postsecular in American Literature
Midwest Modern Language and Literature Association Conference in St. Louis, MO
November 10 – 13, 2016
Conference theme: “Border States”

Session Co-Chairs: Kathryn Ludwig, Indiana Wesleyan University and Kenyon Gradert, Washington University in St. Louis

Papers:
“Above (and Beneath) the American Renaissance”  Harold K. Bush, Saint Louis University
“Post-Exceptional, Postsecular Puritans”  Abram Van Engen, Washington University
“Allies or Antitheses?: Postsecular Theory and the New Materialism,”  Andrew Ball, Lindenwood University
“Sacred Assemblies: Race and Religion in Postsecular Literary Scholarship”  Hannah Wakefield, Washington University
“The Postsecular as Complicitous Critique”  Kathryn Ludwig, Indiana Wesleyan University

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