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

Women in French VI: Hétérotopies de femmes du Moyen-Âge aux temps (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 (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)

Asociación Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hispánica (AILFH) (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)

Women in the Spanish Sentimental Romance (see under Special Topics)

Spanish Medieval Women and Misogyny (see under Special Topics)

Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Popular Women's Fiction in English (see under English-British Studies)

Victorian Travelers (see under English-British Studies)

Gender and Early Modern Drama
Jennifer Lodine-Chaffey, 1520 NW Turner Drive, Pullman, WA 99163; 406.529.3511; 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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