Individual Session Listings with Chair Contact Information

Please note: An asterisk (*) after a session title indicates a Special Topic Session. A plus sign (+) indicates the meeting of an Affiliate Organization; these meetings are open to all RMMLA members.


Gender Studies

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Caucus Seminar (see under General Topics)

Writing Trauma Survival (see under Special Topics)

Women's Caucus (see under Special Events)

Women in French I: Women, Nature, and Environmentalism (see under French-Francophone Studies)

Women in French V: Party Girls (see under French-Francophone Studies)

Women in French IV: Virginie Despentes: Une oeuvre (see under French-Francophone Studies)

Women in French VII: Écrivaines mises en scène (see under French-Francophone Studies)

Women in French II: Legacy, Mediation and Experience-Session I (see under French-Francophone Studies)

Women in French III: A New Feminist Reading? The Ethic of Care (see under French-Francophone Studies)

Women in French: Teaching Women in French Roundtable (see under French-Francophone Studies)

Women in French II: Legacy, Mediation and Experience-Session II (see under French-Francophone Studies)

Asociación Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hispánica (AILFH)-Session I (see under Spanish & Portuguese Studies)

Asociación Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hispánica (AILFH)-Session II (see under Spanish & Portuguese Studies)

Medieval Spanish: Writing Medieval Women (see under Special Topics)

The Role of Religion in the Spanish Debate of Women: Redemption or Damnation? (see under Special Topics)

Spanish Medieval Women and Misogyny (see under Special Topics)

Women in French Reception (see under Special Events)

Victorian Travelers (see under English-British Studies)

Gender and Early Modern Drama-Session I: Constructing the Female Gender in Renaissance Drama
Jennifer Lodine-Chaffey, Department of English, PO Box 645020, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164; j.lodine-chaffey@wsu.edu

Gender and Early Modern Drama-Session II: Gender and Sexuality at Play in Shakespeare
Jennifer Lodine-Chaffey, Department of English, PO Box 645020, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164; j.lodine-chaffey@wsu.edu

Women's Voices in Poetry: Space and Spatiality in American and British Women’s Poetry
Heidi Laudien, Manhattan College Pkwy, Miguel Hall, Riverdale, NY 10471; 917-701-2671; heidi.laudien@manhattan.edu
Description: Space, spatiality and liminality from the concrete to the metaphorical. Possible topics: gendered, performative, heteronormative, theorized, maternal, urban, eco-poetic, feminine écriture, digital, feminist, radical, silenced, and racialized spaces.


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