C-Span Video of Life and Legacy of Jack London Panel at Stanford
Life and Legacy of Jack London Scholars talked about the life and legacy of novelist, journalist, photographer, and social activist Jack London. They showed a selection of London’s photojournalism and spoke how the author of The Call of the Wild influenced generations of Western novelists and writers.
Watch a Video of the Panel that aired on C-Span here:
Centennial Celebration, Symposium, and Exhibition at Stanford, Monday, September 19, 20164:15 – 6:45 pm,Stanford Faculty Club, Gold Lounge
Jeanne C. Reesman, University of Texas at San Antonio, Professor of English
Sara (Sue) Hodson, Huntington Library, Curator of the Jack London Papers
· Both Reesman and Hodson will be presenting on Jack London and his photojournalism.
Donna M. Campbell, Washington State University, Professor of English
· Campbell will be presenting on Jack London’s literary influences on the American imagination and his relationship to other western fiction writers.
Peter Blodgett, Huntington Library, Chief Curator of Western Manuscripts
· Blodgett will be presenting on the history of the late 19th and early 20th centuries in California and the historical and cultural events that shaped Jack London’s literary themes and lifestyle.
Moderated by Professor Bruce Cain, Spence and Cleone Eccles Family Director Bill Lane Center for the American West