The ASECS Women's Caucus is pleased offer two panels during the 2018 ASECS meeting in Orlando:
Friday, March 23, 2018, 4:30-6:00 pm Roundtable: Thinking Alt-Ac: Exploring Alternatives outside Academia, Creating Access Within Palm C Chairs: Nora Nachumi, Stern College for Women/Yeshiva University, and Pamela Plimpton, Warner Pacific College 1. Tiffany Potter, University of British Columbia, “Activating Alt-Ac” 2. Jessica Cook, University of South Florida, “Thinking Alt-Ac: Exploring Alternatives outside Academia, Creating Access Within” 3. Jennifer S. Furlong, The Graduate Center, CUNY, “Transforming, Connecting, and Diversifying the Humanities PhD” 4. Jennifer Golightly, Colorado College, "Forging Paths and Finding Places: Life in Alt-Ac" 5. Paula R. Backscheider, Auburn University, “The Freedom to be ‘Alt-Ac’”
Saturday, March 24, 2018, 3:45-5:15 pm Roundtable: Mansplaining in the Eighteenth Century Palm A Chair: Hilary Havens, University of Tennessee 1. Alison Conway, University of Western Ontario, “First Among Mansplainers: Richardson’s Grandison” 2. Karen Gevirtz, Seton Hall University, “Mansplaining Medicine to Moms; Or, How Natural Philosophy ‘Taught’ Women How to Cure Booboos” 3. Jessica Kane, Michigan State University, “Narrative Power and Resistance in Lennox’s Female Quixote” 4. Nicole Garret, Stony Brook University, “Mansplaining Maternal Grief Over Child Loss” 5. Gerard Cohen-Vrignaud, University of Tennessee, “How to Marry a Mansplainer” Respondent: Sandra Macpherson, The Ohio State University
Create your own unique website with customizable templates.