O centro e além: a expansão dos estudos de jornalismo literário americano

  • William Dow American University of Paris
Palavras-chave: Jornalismo Literário Americano, Conexões Internacionais, Estudos de Jornalismo

Resumo

A crescente interação acadêmica e intercâmbio em estudos internacionais de jornalismo literário aprofundaram nosso entendimento das conexões e mediações internacionais, enquanto acrescentando ao nosso conhecimento da especificidade dos estudos de jornalismo literário americano. Meu propósito aqui é interrogar e expandir alguns dos atuais concepções, definições, epistemologias, e direções críticas de estudos de jornalismo literário americano. Ao fazêlo, eu também irei examinar vários dos desafios que tal expansão implica e que vejo como alguns dos
objetivos a serem alcançados. Minha discussão fechar-se-á focando no impacto pretendido de tais mudanças para estudos internacionais de jornalismo literário.

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Biografia do Autor

William Dow, American University of Paris
Professor of Comparative Literature and English, American University of Paris. He is the author of the book, Narrating Class in American Fiction (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) and co-editor of Richard Wright: New Readings in the 21st Century (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) and Richard Wright in a Post-Racial Imaginary (Bloomsbury, 2014).

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Publicado
2016-09-22
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Dow, W. (2016). O centro e além: a expansão dos estudos de jornalismo literário americano. Revista FAMECOS, 23(4), ID25142. https://doi.org/10.15448/1980-3729.2016.s.25142