Posted January 4, 2018
We at NeMLA are pleased to see so many of our members presenting at MLA 2018! Below are some of their presentations:
Susan Ko, School of Professional Studies, City University of New York, and Richard Schumaker, School of Professional Studies, City University of New York
"Teaching Languages and Literatures Online: Key Principles for Course Design"
Thursday, January 4, 8:30 AM, Hilton Concourse B
Thomas Oliver Beebee, Penn State University Park
"The Logic of the Purloined Letter: Barbara Johnson on Poe, Lacan, Derrida"
Thursday, January 4, 12 PM
Sheraton Riverside Suite
"Chat with an Editor"
Friday, January 5, 9-10 AM, and Saturday, January 6, 11 AM-12 PM
Lee Abraham, Columbia University
"Promoting Critical Thinking and Reflection through Undergraduate Research and Experiential Learning"
Thursday, January 4, 5:15 PM, Hilton Hudson
Anna Ciamparella, Louisiana State University
"Reflection of 'Many Italies': Toward an Italian Ethnicity as a Cosmopolitan Category, Reconciling Contrasting Literary Representations in the Poetry of the Italian Diaspora"
Friday, January 5, 12 PM, Hilton Gibson
Laura Hartmann-Villalta, Georgetown University
"Feminist Pedagogy in Digital Spaces"
Saturday, January 6, 3:30 PM, Hilton Sutton Center
And we are proud of our NeMLA Board Members, Graduate Student Fellows, and Staff participating in two Regional MLA sessions:
"Blurring Boundaries: Designing an Interdisciplinary Humanities Curriculum"
Saturday, January 6, 8:30 AM, Hilton Madison
"From CFP to Publication: Developing a Successful Conference Panel"
Saturday, January 6, 10:15 AM, Hilton Concourse E
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