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7:30am - 11:00pm

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Captain America in Mississippi


The Department of English presents Captain America in Mississippi: Southern Superheroes and U.S. Nationalism. Brannon Costello, Associate Professor of English at LSU, will make this presentation on the third floor of Sims Memorial Library at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday October 9.


Costello is the co-editor of Comics and the U.S. South (University Press of Mississippi), editor of Howard Chaykin: Conversations (University Press of Mississippi), and author of Plantation Airs: Paternalism and the Transformation of Class in Southern Fiction, 1945-1971 (LSU Press).


A reception will follow the presentation.