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Welcome to the online archive of "Randolph Bourne's America," an all-day conference at Columbia University on October 11, 2004, on the work and life of an influential yet under-recognized critic who wrote on many topics long before they became part of the national discussion, including disability and multiculturalism, and developed an unusual ability to peel away at the American mind-set in wartime. Scholars and journalists from around the country gathered at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism for panels and discussions open to the Columbia community and the general public.

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Principle Sponsors for Randolph Bourne's America
National Arts Journalism Program | Program In American Studies | Office of the Provost

Cosponsors
University Seminar on Disability Studies | Freedom To Write Committee of PEN American Center in New York

This conference was conceived by Allan M. Jalon (CC 1978; NAJP 2003) and organized with the help of Professor Casey Nelson Blake of Columbia University, and András Szántó, Director of the National Arts Journalism Program.

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