Call for Papers Life and Works of Jack London Jack London Society Popular Culture Association March 28-31, 2018 Indianapolis, Indiana

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The Jack London Society invites papers that address the life and works of prolific American author, Jack London. While all topics are welcome, particular emphasis will be placed on his works that address… Continue reading

Jack London’s Medical Kit Examined for Historical Connections

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CHRISTIAN KALLEN INDEX-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER About 80,000 people visit the House of Happy Walls at Jack London State Park every year, taking the time to view the displays of the author’s life and… Continue reading

“Haunting Realities”–New title in the Studies in American Literary Realism & Naturalism series at U of Alabama Press

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  Following the golden age of British Gothic in the late eighteenth century, the American Gothic’s pinnacle is often recognized as having taken place during the decades of American Romanticism. However, Haunting Realities… Continue reading

New Queries

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New Queries posted to the Queries page; please reply in the comments on that page https://jacklondonsociety.org/queries/ Jack London story that takes place in Palmyra? People of the Abyss

Women’s Studies Special Issue on Charmian Kittredge London with guest editor Amy Tucker. The issue includes articles by Iris Dunkle, Susan Nuernberg, Clarice Stasz, Jay Williams, Amy Tucker, and Sara S. ‘Sue” Hodson

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Women’s Studies An inter-disciplinary journal Volume 46, 2017 – Issue Table of Contents Editorial Introduction Amy Tucker Pages: 269-272 Published online: 14 Apr 2017 First Page Preview | Full Text | PDF (331… Continue reading

How Journalists Shaped American Foreign Policy: A Case Study of Japan’s Military Seizure of Korea in 1905, by Daniel A. Metraux

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  Daniel A. Metraux’s latest book on how Western journalists covered the Japanese seizure of Korea in 1904-05. Unbalanced and biased reporting led to wide discrepancies in coverage. Reporters covered include George Kennan,… Continue reading

Jack London and Ernest Hemingway: Special Issue of Studies in American Naturalism

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Special Issue: Jack London and Ernest Hemingway Guest Editor: Kenneth K. Brandt Essays Introduction, Kenneth K. Brandt Becoming with Animals: Sympoiesis and the Ecology of Meaning in London and Hemingway, Ryan Hediger Last… Continue reading

The Jack London photographs digitized by The Huntington Library, by Sara S. “Sue” Hodson

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The Jack London photographs digitized by The Huntington Library are featured currently on the CONTENTdm collection web site, which is part of a national bibliographic utility called OCLC.  This featured section is sent… Continue reading

A Not So Distant Mirror: Jack London’s Political Writings, by Howard Tharsing

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Having myself been homeless for most of 2012, I was struck by the recognition that life for the poorest among us, the unhoused, is today very much what it was a hundred years… Continue reading

New Film Adaptation of “To Build a Fire”

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  Jack London’s To Build a Fire was shot in five days in the Austrian Alps in the winter of 2014. The film is not only a tribute to Jack London’s famous short… Continue reading