Translation, Migration, & Gender in the Americas, the Transatlantic, & the Transpacific
5-8 Jul 2017 Bordeaux (France)

Planning

Thursday, July 6, 2017
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›9:00 (1h15)
› J002
›9:00 (1h15)
B2- "Western Women and Print Culture"
Cathryn Halverson (University of Groningen, the Netherlands) - Organized by the Western Literature Association (Panel I)
› J004
›9:00 (1h15)
B3- Transgender Studies and Literary Borders
Susan Tomlinson (University of Massachusetts, USA) - Organized by Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers
› J006
›9:00 (1h15)
B4- Border Crossings in Edith Wharton’s Writings
Brigitte Zaugg (Université de Lorraine, Metz, France)
› J008
›9:00 (1h15)
B5- Crossing Borders in Children’s Literature
Sirpa Salenius (University of Eastern Finland, Finland). Organized by: Etti Gordon Ginzburg (Oranim College of Education, Israel) & Daniela Daniele (Udine University, Italy)
› J010
›9:00 (1h15)
› I009
›9:00 (1h15)
B7- Border Crossings in Asian-American Literature II
Linda T. Moser (Missouri State University, USA)
› I007
›9:00 (1h15)
B8- "Borders, Identities, and Bodies"
Kalenda Eaton (Arcadia University, USA)
› I002
›9:00 (1h15)
B9- Transformation, Border-crossing and Geopolitics in Contemporary American Women’s Writing
Aleksandra Izgarjan (University of Novi Sad, Serbia) - Organized by the Association for American Studies in South East Europe
› I005
›9:00 (1h15)
B10- Border Crossings in 19th- and 20th-Century African-American Literature I
DoVeanna Fulton (University of Houston-Downtown, USA)
› I003
›10:15 (15min)
› Hall Central
›10:30 (1h15)
› J002
›10:30 (1h15)
C2- "Western Women and Vanished Legacies, Vanishing Indians"
Victoria Lamont (University of Watermpp, Canada)
› J004
›10:30 (1h15)
C3- Edith Wharton and Mobility
Paul Ohler (Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada) - Organizers: Paul Ohler (Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada) and Virginia Ricard (Université Bordeaux Montaigne, France)
› J006
›10:30 (1h15)
C4- Border Crossings in Catharine Maria Sedgwick’s Writings
Lucinda Damon-Bach (Salem State University, USA). Organized by the Catharine Maria Sedgwick Society
› J008
›10:30 (1h15)
C5- Transatlantic Identities: 19th-Century Women’s Life Writing
Verena Laschinger (Erfurt University, Germany). Organized by Intercontinental Crosscurrents Network
› J010
›10:30 (1h15)
C6- Subjectivity and the Black Female Body
Vida Robertson (University of Houston-Downtown, USA). Organized by: the Center for Critical Race Studies, University of Houston-Downtown
› I003
›10:30 (1h15)
C7- Border Crossings in Asian-American Literature III
Brygida Gasztold (Koszalin University of Technology, Poland)
› I007
›10:30 (1h15)
C8- Trauma in Women’s Writings
Shaheena Ayub Bhatti (National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan). Organized by the Faculty of English Studies, NUML, Islamabad, Pakistan
› I002
›10:30 (1h15)
C9- Border Crossings and Traveling II
Whitney Womack Smith (Miami University, USA)
› I009
›10:30 (1h15)
› I005
›12:00 (1h)
› Hall Central
›14:15 (1h15)
D1- Western Women Crossing Borders
Jennifer S. Tuttle (University of New England, USA)
› J002
›14:15 (1h15)
D2- Boundary Crossings: Edith Wharton’s Intersections with the Popular
Susan Tomlinson (University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA) - Organizer: Melanie Dawson (The College of William and Mary, USA)
› J004
›14:15 (1h15)
D3- Crossing Borders between the Arts II
Ralph Poole (University of Salzburg, Austria)
› J006
›14:15 (1h15)
D4- Writing the Body, Illness, and Trauma
Pascale Antolin (Université Bordeaux Montaigne, France)
› J008
›14:15 (1h15)
D5- Border Crossings in Willa Cather’s Writings
Isabel Maria Fernandes Alves (UTAD, Portugal)
› J010
›14:15 (1h15)
D6- Border Crossings in Elizabeth Bishop’s Writings
Lhorine François (Université Bordeaux Montaigne, France)
› I009
›14:15 (1h15)
D7- Border Crossings in Chicana Writing
Norma E. Cantu (Trinity University, USA)
› I007
›14:15 (1h15)
› I005
›14:15 (1h15)
D9- Border Crossings, Diaspora, and Exile
Izabella Kimak (Maria Curie-Sklodowska University,Poland)
› I003
›14:15 (1h15)
D10- Exploring and Breaking New Grounds for Women’s Empowerment
Sophie Rachmuhl (Université Bordeaux Montaigne, France)
› I002
›15:30 (15min)
› Hall Central
›15:45 (1h)
Plenary session: “American Students Abroad – The Shock that Shatters”
Jean Marie Schultz (University of California, Santa Barbara, USA)
› Amphithéâtre 700
›16:45 (1h15)
E1- Margaret Fuller Across Borders
Charlene Avallone (Kailua, Hawai'i, USA) - Organized by the Margaret Fuller Society
› J002
›16:45 (1h15)
E2- Traveling Modernism: American Women’s Transatlantic Crossings
Kristin J. Jacobson (Stockton University, USA) - Organized by Deborah Clarke (Arizona State University, USA) and Johanna Wagner (Østfold University College, Norway)
› J004
›16:45 (1h15)
› J006
›16:45 (1h15)
E4- Beyond Borders: Susan Glaspell and her Sisters from the Provincetown Players
Emeline Jouve (INU Champollion/Université Toulouse Jean-Jaurès, France) - Organized by the International Susan Glaspell Society
› J008
›16:45 (1h15)
E5- Border Crossings in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Writings
Sanja Čukić (Union-Nikola Tesla University, Belgrade, Serbia)
› J010
›16:45 (1h15)
E7- Border Crossings and the Experience of Immigration
Maria das Graças Salgado (Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
› I007
›16:45 (1h15)
› I005
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