Graduate Student Caucus Panel: “After Exoticism”

We are pleased to announce the participants in the ASECS 2012 Graduate Student Panel entitled “After Exoticism” at 4:15 on Thursday, so mark your program!  In this panel, professors will respond briefly to pre-circulated papers written by graduate students, after which we will open things up to general discussion of the topic.  YOU DON’T NEED TO READ THE PAPERS TO ENJOY THE PANEL but they are linked below.  Printed abstracts are also linked and copies will be available the panel.  We look forward to seeing you there.

Nick Miller (Graduate Caucus Chair) and Laura Rosenthal (Panel Chair)

 “After Exoticism”

Chair: Laura J. Rosenthal, University of Maryland

  1. Matt Gertken, University of Texas-Austin, “Swift’s Unholy Alliances and the Global Balance of Power”   (Abstract)

Respondent: Christopher Fox, Notre Dame University

       2. Nina Budabin McQuown, “Exotic Food as Substantial Fare in the Eighteenth-Century Novel”  (Abstract)

Respondent: Elizabeth Kowaleski Wallace, Boston University

      3.  W. Kang Tchou, “In the Wake of Exoticism: Robert Morrison and the Taiping Rebellion in China”

Respondent: Robert Markley, University of Illinois

        4.  Bethany Williamson, Southern Methodist University, “Courts, Cabals, and Coffeehouses: Female Space and Feminist Orientalism in Delarivier Manley’s New Atalantis and Lady Mary Wortley Montagu’s Turkish Embassy Letters”   (Abstract)

Respondent: Laura Mandell, Texas A&M University

       5.  Jennifer Ryer, University of Connecticut, “The Anxieties of Empire: Anti-Imperial Sentiments In English Restoration Theater”  (Abstract)

Respondent: Misty Anderson, University of Tennessee

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2 responses to “Graduate Student Caucus Panel: “After Exoticism”

  1. Katharine Zimolzak

    Thank you, Laura & Nick, for assembling this panel. As always, it’s a fantastic opportunity for graduate students to get quality feedback from top scholars in their field.

    If any professors saw the panel and/or are interested in helping out next year, please get in contact with me.

    ~Katie Zimolzak (new Grad Caucus Chair: zimolzak@usc.edu)

  2. Laura Rosenthal

    You’re welcome!