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Fig. 1.

Barbara Bair, Jincai Yang, and David Farnell, participants in the panel “Race/Slavery: Melville and Whitman.” Photo courtesy of Joseph Fruscione.


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Leyli Jamali, Sneharika Roy, and Michiko Shimokobe, participants in the panel “Global/Transnational/Postcolonial Melville.” Photo courtesy of Robert K. Wallace.

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Signup sheet for the “lightning talks,” two-minute presentations on open topics. Photo courtesy of Joseph Fruscione.

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John Bryant delivers one of the conference’s plenary addresses, “How Billy Grew Black and Beautiful: Versions of Melville in the Digital Age.” Photo courtesy of Joseph Fruscione.


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Robert K. Wallace, Matt Kish (author of Moby-Dick in Pictures: One Drawing for Every Page), and Elizabeth Schultz. Photo courtesy of Robert K. Wallace.

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Fig. 6.

Preparing for the 2015 Melville Conference in Tokyo: back row, from left to right: Mikayo Sakuma, Ikuno Saiki, Michiko Shimokobe, and Toshiyuki Ohwada; front row, from left to right David Farnell, Tomoyuki Zettsu, John Bryant, Samuel Otter, Takayuki Tatsumi (Vice President of the Melville Society of Japan), Arimichi Makino (President of the Melville Society of Japan), Masahiro Uehara, and Shogo Tanokuchi. The Melville Society of Japan will be hosting the Tenth International Melville Society Conference, “Melville in a Global Context,” in June 2015. Photo courtesy of the Melville Society.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1750-1849
Print ISSN
1525-6995
Pages
pp. 168-171
Launched on MUSE
2014-05-15
Open Access
No
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