Dr. Peter Kuryla from the Department of History presented a paper at the British Association for American Studies (BAAS) Annual Meeting, held at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom from April 12-15. Kuryla’s paper was in a session on post-World War II ideas of race in the United States and was entitled “Well Cut of My Legs and Call Me Shorty! Revisiting the Ralph Ellison–Irving Howe Debate.”
In addition, Kuryla published an essay in the most recent edition of Historically Speaking . That article was entitled “Esthetic Sensitivity: The Sublime Architectures of Paul Conkin’s Puritans and Pragmatists: Eight Eminent American Thinkers. Click here to read the article.
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