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TopicNeMLA WGSC cfp for individual paper abstracts

Northeast Modern Language Association 46th Annual Convention  Toronto, Ontario – April 30-May 3, 2015  NeMLA’s Women’s and Gender Studies Caucus seeks abstracts for the approved panels below – panel descriptions, submission guidelines and the full cfp are available at: www.nemla.org/convention/2015.html Abstract Deadline: September 30, 2014 Activist, Professor, or Scholar? Best Practices in Gender Scholarship – […]

TopicCFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms

CFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms MLA 2019 LLC East Asian Forum Session Call for Papers MLA 2019 Convention in Chicago, January 3-6, 2019 Modern and contemporary East Asian women writers, poets and filmmakers contribute in unique and significant ways to cultural change, while both embodying and transcending feminist concerns. Many women intellectuals, writers and visual […]

TopicCFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms

CFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms MLA 2019 LLC East Asian Forum Session Call for Papers MLA 2019 Convention in Chicago, January 3-6, 2019 Modern and contemporary East Asian women writers, poets and filmmakers contribute in unique and significant ways to cultural change, while both embodying and transcending feminist concerns. Many women intellectuals, writers and visual […]

TopicCFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms

CFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms MLA 2019 LLC East Asian Forum Session Call for Papers MLA 2019 Convention in Chicago, January 3-6, 2019 Modern and contemporary East Asian women writers, poets and filmmakers contribute in unique and significant ways to cultural change, while both embodying and transcending feminist concerns. Many women intellectuals, writers and visual […]

TopicCFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms

CFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms MLA 2019 LLC East Asian Forum Session Call for Papers MLA 2019 Convention in Chicago, January 3-6, 2019 Modern and contemporary East Asian women writers, poets and filmmakers contribute in unique and significant ways to cultural change, while both embodying and transcending feminist concerns. Many women intellectuals, writers and visual […]

TopicCFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms

CFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms MLA 2019 LLC East Asian Forum Session Call for Papers MLA 2019 Convention in Chicago, January 3-6, 2019 Modern and contemporary East Asian women writers, poets and filmmakers contribute in unique and significant ways to cultural change, while both embodying and transcending feminist concerns. Many women intellectuals, writers and visual […]

TopicCFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms

CFP: Mapping East Asian Feminisms MLA 2019 LLC East Asian Forum Session Call for Papers MLA 2019 Convention in Chicago, January 3-6, 2019 Modern and contemporary East Asian women writers, poets and filmmakers contribute in unique and significant ways to cultural change, while both embodying and transcending feminist concerns. Many women intellectuals, writers and visual […]

GroupThe 18th- and 19th-Century British Women Writers Association

The BWWA and its annual conference provide a forum to discuss eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British women’s writing—writing which has been historically overlooked, ignored, or excluded from the canon. — BWWA Officials — Chair of the Board: Pamela Corpron Parker Associate Chair: Cindy LaCom Treasurer: Donelle Ruwe Director of Communication: Lisa Hager Editor of the Newsletter: […]

MemberJen Riley

Jeannette E. Riley currently serves as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Rhode Island. Professor Riley received her PhD in English in post-1945 American and British Literature and Literary Theory in 1998. Riley’s research interests focus on women’s literature, with an emphasis on contemporary women writers and feminist theory. She has published articles on Eavan Boland, Terry Tempest Williams, Adrienne Rich, and Toni Morrison. Her writings on Adrienne Rich have appeared in ‘Catch if you can your country’s moment’: Recovery and Regeneration in the Poetry of Adrienne Rich; From Motherhood to Mothering: The Legacy of Adrienne Rich’s Of Woman Born; and Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal. She is the author of Understanding Adrienne Rich (2016), from the University of South Carolina’s Understanding Contemporary American Literature series. Riley’s work also includes publications on feminist pedagogy and online/blended teaching and learning. During her career, Riley has taught a range of courses including Post-1945 American Fiction, Contemporary Women Writers, American Poetry, Survey of American Literature since 1865, Critical Methods: Theory & Practice, and Introduction to Literature. In the field of Gender & Women’s Studies, Riley teaches Introduction to Gender & Women’s Studies, as well as courses in feminist theory (American feminist theory; Ecofeminism; 3rd Wave Feminism). Prior to joining the University of Rhode Island, Riley was a Professor of English/Women’s & Gender Studies at UMass Dartmouth (2002-2015). She also served as Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences there (2012-2017). While at UMass Dartmouth, Professor Riley was recognized for her work in assessment (Assessment of Student Learning with Technology Leadership Award, May 2005); online teaching and learning (Sloan-C’s Excellence in Online Teaching Awards, 2008), and she served as the Roy J. Zuckerberg Endowed Leadership Chair (2011-2013).