Julia Munro presents at the Northeast Modern Language Association 2012 conference in Rochester, New York (March 16-18). Her paper — “‘It Tells a Story to the Eye’: Photography and Visualizations of Racial Anxiety” — is part of the panel, “Sex, Blood, and Hybridity: The Discourse of Racial Anxiety in Antebellum Writing,” one of a series of panels, lectures, and workshops related to the legacy and significance of Frederick Douglass in Rochester.
Munro Focuses on Photography and Racial Anxiety
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