number of exciting panel topics have been proposed for the upcoming SCSECS meeting.
If you find one that interests you, please send a proposed title and a brief abstract
to the appropriate chair.
you see a notation for [description] following the panel title, the panel chair
has included a brief description to guide potential panelists. To view it, either
click on the link or scroll down the page.
sessions are 90 minutes in length. Most consist of 3-4 papers of 15-20 minutes
each, followed by Q&A. Roundtable sessions contain more and shorter individual
If none of these topics quite fits your idea, no problem. Send your suggestion
directly to the conference organizer:
University of Central Oklahoma
N. University Dr., Box 184
Edmond, OK 73034
The deadline for
paper proposals is November 30, 2015 (please send the title of the paper
and a brief abstract).
Full panels--a panel of three or four papers that is
completely assembled in advance--are also welcome.
(open panel - any topics). Pamela Washington, firstname.lastname@example.org
(open panel - any topics). Karen Manna, email@example.com
(any topics). David Macey, firstname.lastname@example.org
three regions above are the most popularly represented at SCSECS, which is why
we've divided them up this way, but papers places outside of this narrow geographical
range are always welcome. Before submitting to one of these three, please check
to see if one of the more focused panel topics below fit in with your paper idea.
to Overlooked Texts." Colby Kullman, email@example.com
Beyond Pride & Prejudice." Cami Agan, firstname.lastname@example.org [description]
Men." Kit Kincade, email@example.com
Caribbean Literature." Richard Frohock, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets West, Old and New Customs and Ideas--Cultural Resistance and Change in the
18th Century." Gloria Eive, email@example.com [description]
Sociability in the 18th century." Julia Abramson and Christine Jones,
firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com [description]
Eighteenth Century on Film." John Parris Springer, firstname.lastname@example.org
in Early American Literature." Keith Byerman, email@example.com
and the World." Richard Serrano, firstname.lastname@example.org
Happens in the East and it Happens in the West: Sunrise, Sunset, Dawn, Dusk, Twilight.
Kevin L. Cope, email@example.com [description]
Gothic. John Burke, firstname.lastname@example.org [description]
are proposed: "The Rise of the Gothic in the Long Eighteenth Century"
(western emphasis) and "East Meets West in the Rise of the Gothic"
(east meets west emphasis).
Interdisciplinary Eighteenth Century." Kathryn Duncan, email@example.com
and the Usual Suspects." James Mock, firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictures: Eighteenth-Century Landscapes in Narrative Visual Media." Mary
Brodnax, email@example.com [description]
in the Age of Enlightenment." Brett McInelly, firstname.lastname@example.org
in the Eighteenth Century." Jessica Sheetz-Nguyen, email@example.com
the East: Drama and Opera." Ashley Bender, firstname.lastname@example.org
"Swift, Pope, and Their World." Paul W. Child,
the 18th Century: An Interdisciplinary Roundtable." Victoria Warren,
Encounters: Eighteenth-Century Settings When We Least Expect Them." Rudi
Nollert, email@example.com [description]
a man is tired of London, he is tired of life': Representations of Eighteenth-Century
London." J.T. Scanlan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Traverse the Globe: climbers, trekkers, and other lady travelers." Phyllis