Narratives of Reproductive Rights in American Literature panel at Annual MLA Convention, Vancouver, January 2015

What: ‘Narratives of Reproductive Rights in American Literature’ panel at the Annual Modern Language Association Convention

When: 8-11 January 2015 (see programme for specific date and time),

Where: West 223, Vancouver, Canada


Chair: Beth Widmaier Capo, Illinois Coll.

1. “Disability, Reproduction, Economy: Edith Wharton’s Novels as Case Studies,” Karen Weingarten, Queens Coll., City Univ. of New York

2. “What Can Alien Abduction Teach Us about Family Planning? Race and Reproduction in Octavia Butler’s Dawn,” Aimee Armande Wilson, Florida State Univ.

3. “The Utopian Minivan: Intimate Publics in Online Narratives of Assisted Reproduction Therapy,” Layne Craig, Texas Christian Univ.

Abstracts for the above papers are available here.

Further details on the conference are available here.


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