Search

TopicCFP 2018 MLA Convention. Sor Juana: Securing Women’s Writing

CFP 2018 MLA Convention Collaborative Session: GEMELA and Colonial Latin American Forum As is known, misogynist scholarly and ecclesiastical practices challenged women’s cultural production in seventeenth-century New Spain. Nevertheless, inconsistencies and insecurities weakened gendered discourses, and women found ways to make their voices heard. Within this context, many have already contributed to the excavation of […]

MemberWhitney Sperrazza

I specialize in sixteenth and seventeenth-century English poetry and women’s writing, with a particular focus on the material and embodied dimensions of women’s texts. My first book project explores the unexpected collisions among women’s writing, poetic form, and Renaissance anatomy. In the digital realm, my work sits at the intersection between big data methods and digital maker culture. I earned my doctorate at Indiana University Bloomington, and am currently a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Hall Center for the Humanities, University of Kansas.

TopicCFP for MLA Volume

We invite proposals for a volume in the MLA Options for Teaching series entitled Teaching Anglophone South Asian Women’s Writing, edited by Deepika Bahri and Filippo Menozzi. This volume seeks meaningful responses to the following questions: What do we teach when we teach South Asian Women’s Writing? How do we teach it in a variety of […]

TopicCFP for MLA volume

We invite proposals for a volume in the MLA Options for Teaching series entitled Teaching Anglophone South Asian Women’s Writing, edited by Deepika  Bahri and Filippo Menozzi. This volume seeks meaningful responses to the following questions: What do we teach when we teach South Asian Women’s Writing? How do we teach it in a variety […]