Conferences

Panels Organized:

2013 Disability Discourses: Bodily Selves and Embodied Deviance, Modern Language Association, Presidential Panel

2013 Inter-Disciplinary.Net conference on Pain and Probing the Boundaries of Reproduction, held in Prague, Czech Republic

2012 Century out of Bounds: Gender, Genre and the “Broad Sweep” of History in the long 18th century, Eighteenth Century 1, College English Association

2012 Fops, Empires, and Canonical (Re)Visions, Eighteenth Century 2, College English Association

Papers Presented:

2012 “’Children of the Night’: Dracula, Degeneration and Monstrous Births at fin de siècle,” 10th Global Conference: Monsters and the Monstrous, September 10-13

2012 “The Father of British Midwifery and the Mother of Inventions,” College English Association Annual Meeting, Richmond, VA, March 29-30

2011 State of the Journal and Special Issue Report, CMP Board meeting presentation. American Anthropological Association, Montreal, Quebec, November 16-20

2009 “Mechanical Habits and Female Machines,” College English Association Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA March 26-28

2008 “‘Reducing the Sexes to a Level’: The Rhetoric of 18th-century Female Educationalists,” College English Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 27-29

2006 “Dickens and Duality: Re-Reading the Headstone/Wrayburn Connection,” College English Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX

2006 “A Temporary Failure of Mind: Epilepsy and Mysteries of Udolpho,” American Comparative Literature Association Annual Conference, Princeton, NJ

2004 “Fear and Stasis: Outer Terrors and Rapidly Shrinking Interior Spaces in Bombay Time,”20th Century Literature Conference, Louisville, KY

2004 “Posthumous Marketing of a Printed Persona: The Merchandizing of Aphra Behn,” College English Association Annual Meeting, Richmond, VA

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