We’re looking forward to spending tomorrow with many of you at the PhD launch conference. We’ll have printed programs at DAC 307 at 8:30. The main event kicks off at 9 am.
A few highlights:
I’ll open things up with doctoral student Tara Bradway talking about Hamlet’s “distracted globe” on Shakespeare’s deathaversary at 9 in DAC 307.
The first plenary, “The Globalzation of Writing Studies,” chaired by Dr. Collin Craig. will be at 9:15 in DAC 307.
Simultaneous sessions on Poetics, Racial Difference, and Early Modern Literature will be in DAC 306, 307, and 308 at 11.
After lunch in the IWS, we’ll come back for two more plenary sessions.
Feminism and Race will be at 1:30 in DAC 307, and Vernacular Imaginings at 3:15 in DAC 307.
Dr. Sicari will close everything up with remarks at 5 pm.