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Comments on "Woke Culture on the Conrad Industry"
By Mark D Larabee
Posted: 2023-02-21T17:02:00Z

Dear Conradians,

Welcome to the newly enhanced Joseph Conrad Today experience!

To make your membership in the Joseph Conrad Society of America more welcoming and interactive, you now have the opportunity to comment on articles in JCT or anything else Conrad-related. For the inaugural dialogue, I've started this thread with the invitation to you to post your thoughts on Yael Levin's review article "Woke Culture on the Conrad Industry: Alice M. Kelly's Decolonising the Conrad Canon." To open that article in a new window, click here for "Open Access." (or select "Open Access" on the blue menu bar above).

Please join the conversation! If you are a current JCSA member and have logged in (select "Member Login" in the upper right corner and return to this page), you will see a "VIEW / ADD COMMENTS" button below.

If you're not a JCSA member, you are most welcome to join by selecting "Join & Subscribe" in the blue menu bar above. Membership grants you access to post comments to the Blog.

The latest issue of Joseph Conrad Today, which includes this article, is posted to the member-only side of this website as usual (under "JCT Electronic Copies" for logged-in members).

I hope that you'll enjoy taking part in a lively and open discussion as we move forward in our Society's primary purpose, which is "to foster and promote the study of Conrad’s work and life." All are welcome!

Sincerely yours,

Mark Larabee

Executive Editor, Joseph Conrad Today