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"Citational Practices and New Directions in the Long Eighteenth Century: A Conversation"

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"Citational Practices and New Directions in the Long Eighteenth Century: A Conversation"

College of Arts and Humanities | English Thursday, March 25, 2021 4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Professor Bakary Diaby (Skidmore College) in conversation with Professor Kristina Huang (University of Wisconsin) about Diaby’s published essays and their own current work, focusing on citational practices reshaping the fields of eighteenth century studies and Romanticism.  

Suggested Readings

Bakary Diaby, “Feeling Black, Feeling Back: Fragility and Romanticism,” Symbiosis – A Journal of Transatlantic Literary and Cultural Relations 23.1 (April 2019): 117-138; “Black Women and/in the Shadow of Romanticism,” European Romantic Review (June 2019); and “Counting the Bodies: Ferguson and Ferguson,” Essays in Romanticism 27.2 (2020): 153–165.

For more information contact: Tita Chico (tchico@umd.edu).
Co-sponsored by the University Libraries, The Long 18th Events Series, the Office of Graduate Diversity and Inclusion and the Graduate School..
 
Bios

Bakary Diaby is assistant professor of English at Skidmore College.
Kristina Huang is assistant professor of English at University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Follow the Conversation @UMDEnglish

#antiracismUMD
#CLCS_UMD

Add to Calendar 03/25/21 4:00 PM 03/25/21 5:00 PM America/New_York "Citational Practices and New Directions in the Long Eighteenth Century: A Conversation"

Professor Bakary Diaby (Skidmore College) in conversation with Professor Kristina Huang (University of Wisconsin) about Diaby’s published essays and their own current work, focusing on citational practices reshaping the fields of eighteenth century studies and Romanticism.  

Suggested Readings

Bakary Diaby, “Feeling Black, Feeling Back: Fragility and Romanticism,” Symbiosis – A Journal of Transatlantic Literary and Cultural Relations 23.1 (April 2019): 117-138; “Black Women and/in the Shadow of Romanticism,” European Romantic Review (June 2019); and “Counting the Bodies: Ferguson and Ferguson,” Essays in Romanticism 27.2 (2020): 153–165.

For more information contact: Tita Chico (tchico@umd.edu).
Co-sponsored by the University Libraries, The Long 18th Events Series, the Office of Graduate Diversity and Inclusion and the Graduate School..
 
Bios

Bakary Diaby is assistant professor of English at Skidmore College.
Kristina Huang is assistant professor of English at University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Follow the Conversation @UMDEnglish

#antiracismUMD
#CLCS_UMD

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Cost

Free