The ASECS Women's Caucus is pleased offer two panels during the 2022 ASECS meeting in Baltimore, Maryland: Administration: Meaningful & Material Feminist Leadership [Women’s Caucus] Mary Beth Harris (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Nicole Aljoe (email@example.com) Saturday, April 2, 9:45 am - 11:15 am, Key 2 As a continuation of the Women’s Caucus’ investment in making service and labor visible, this panel will consider how to use service, specifically administrative work, in meaningful ways. How can we use administrative work, often seen as onerous or distracting, as a place to make structural change and advocate for underrepresented groups among our faculty, research communities, and students? This is work we feel is incredibly necessary, but which is not often discussed or represented enough at our annual meetings. Exhausted Women: Female Fatigue in the Eighteenth Century (Roundtable) [Women’s Caucus] Hannah Doherty Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Vivian Papp (email@example.com) Friday, April 1, 11:30 am - 1 pm, Key 3 This roundtable invites short papers that engage with the relationship between gender and exhaustion in eighteenth-century literature, art, music, and history. We hope to explore issues including (but not limited to) work and overwork; gender, labor and advocacy; disability; gendered expectations and (de)valuation of different kinds of work; parenting and caretaking; prejudice and discrimination; and emotional labor.