Founded in 1973, MELUS endeavors to expand the definition of new, more broadly conceived US literature through the study and teaching of Latino, Native American, African American, Asian and Pacific American, and ethnically specific Euro-American literary works, their authors, and their cultural contexts. Learn more
Volume 40, Issue 3: African American Print Cultures (guest editors Jocelyn Moody and Howard Rambsy II)
First published in 1974, MELUS features articles, interviews, and reviews encompassing the multi-ethnic scope of American literature past and present. MELUS is published by Oxford University Press for members and subscribing institutions.
March 3-6, 2016
Charleston, South Carolina
“Doing the Charleston”: Performing Racial, Gender, Sexual, and Class Identities in Multi-ethnic American Literatures and Culture