Colonial and Early U.S. Newspapers and Their Editors
Panel organizer: Karen Weyler, English Department, University of North Carolina at Greensboro email@example.com
This panel is open to papers discussing any aspect of early U.S. and colonial newspaper culture. I’m interpreting colonial newspapers broadly to include not only English-language papers, but also papers written in languages other than English and those published outside of British America. Topics might include: editing as writing; female newspaper editors; loyalist versus patriot papers; the relationship of colonial papers to metropolitan papers; the rise of local news sections; poetry corners; circulation patterns; the relationship of newspapers to weekly magazines, etc.
Send your 250-word abstract to Karen Weyler at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, September 7, 2012.