On November 9 and 10, the University of Toronto hosted the Forty-Eighth Conference on Editorial Problems: Editing Early African American Literature. In the penultimate session of the conference, John Gruesser delivered his paper titled, “The Challenges of Editing Early African American Literary Texts in Serial and Book Form.”
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John Gruesser is a professor of English at Kean University. He has written several books on the representation of race in literature, with a forthcoming work entitled Race, Gender, and Empire in American Detective Fiction.