Sunday, 8 January, 1:45–3:00 p.m., 304, WSCC
A special session
Presiding: Naomi Greyser, Univ. of Iowa
1. "Sound and Separateness: The Hindu Widow's Cries in Early-Nineteenth-Century United States Print Culture,"
Toni Wall Jaudon,
2. "Sympathy's Urban Sublime: Margaret Fuller, Lydia Maria Child, and Involuntary Encounter,"
Travis M. Foster,
Coll. of Wooster
3. "A Plotting Maiden and a Traitor: Risking Intimacy to Win Distance in Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins's Life among the Piutes (1883),"
American Literature – Before 1900
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