The Baltimore Program Committee has extended the deadline for submitting abstracts to session organizers through Friday, October 8th. We hope this will allow ample time for folks who have simply been overburdened at the start of this uncertain semester to apply to session organizers.
IASECS involved sessions and their organizers are listed below. Please consider submitting your paper, and pass around this info to colleagues and students you think may be interested.
(Session 174) Territoriality, language, and power in the 18th-Century Ibero-American world. Catherine Jaffe, Texas State, University, firstname.lastname@example.org. This is our official IASECS session.
(Session 35) The Eighteenth-Century Last Will and Testament. Pamela Phillips, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras, email@example.com(Session 46)
Trial by Combat: Paper, Pen, or Pistol. Yvonne Fuentes, firstname.lastname@example.org
(Session 58) Women and Work in the Global Eighteenth Century. Elizabeth Franklin Lewis, University of Mary Washington, email@example.com
(Session 81) Queerness as Contagion in Iberian and Latin American Literature Mehl A. Penrose, U of Maryland, firstname.lastname@example.org
(Session 84) Out of the Shadows: Other Gothic Visions. Kathleen Fueger, Independent Scholar/Chapter 3 Copyediting & Translation, email@example.com
(Session 87) North and South: Mapping the 18th-Century Idea of Europe. Hazel Gold, Emory University, firstname.lastname@example.org
(Session 143) Castrati: Science, Surgery, and Sexuality (Roundtable). Clorinda Donato, California State University, Long Beach, Clorinda.Donato@csulb.edu
(Session 149) Colonial Enlightenments or Enlightened Colonialisms. Elena Deanda, email@example.com
(Session 163) Eighteenth-Century Port Cities Karen Stolley (Emory University) firstname.lastname@example.org; Valentina Tikoff (DePaul University) VTIKOFF@depaul.edu