Friday, 07 January
225. Breaking Rank: Hierarchy and Classification in Eighteenth-Century Thought
10:15–11:30 a.m., 303B, LA Convention Center
Program arranged by the Division on Eighteenth-Century French Literature and the Division on Comparative Studies in Eighteenth-Century Literature
Presiding: Mary McAlpin, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville
1. “Race Science between Black and White: The Forgotten Role of the Albino in Eighteenth-Century Human Classification,” Andrew Samuel Curran, Wesleyan Univ.
2. “Loathe Thy Enemies: Rousseau and the Limits and Possibilities of Forgiveness,” Karen Anne Pagani, Univ. of Texas, Austin
3. “Secondary Qualities and the Fictionality of Matter,” Helen Thompson, Northwestern Univ.
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