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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Texts, Talks and Tailoring: Adichie and her Fashion Politics Matthew Lecznar assesses the fashion politics of Adichie's fiction and public discourse Matthew Lecznar 03 Apr 2016
2 Hemingway vs Gellhorn: A Famous D-Day Rivalry Kate McLoughlin offers an intriguing case study of the gendering of writerly fame. Kate McLoughlin 03 Apr 2016
3 Between Morality and the Marketplace: Literary Celebrity and the Transatlantic Anti-Slavery Movement Simon Morgan discusses the tensions within the transatlantic anti-slavery movement between literary celebrity and moral responsibility. Simon Morgan 03 Apr 2016
4 Disraeli's 'Spectre of Unsatisfied Ambition': Literary Celebrity in/and Political Office Sandra Mayer explores Disraeli's dual commitment to art and action against the background of Victorian celebrity culture. Sandra Mayer 02 Apr 2016
5 Authorship, Politics, Celebrity: Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives In this roundtable discussion, Caroline Davis, Olivier Driessens, and Peter D McDonald reflect on literature as a mode of public intervention. Elleke Boehmer, Caroline Davis, Olivier Driessens, Peter D McDonald 02 Apr 2016