[Msa-discuss] CFP: MSA 12 Proposed Panel: Modernism and Maternity
bladd at emory.edu
Wed Apr 28 12:22:55 EDT 2010
The modernist period is characterized by great interest in questions of tradition (or lineage), the original and the derivative, and in women and creativity. Writers from Freud to Henry Adams to Virginia Woolf to Havelock Ellis addressed themselves to matters of gender, sexuality, and cultural production. This panel will consider the relationship between modernism and maternity. Questions to be addressed include the significance of childbirth and maternity in the lives of women modernists; obscenity laws and representations of pregnancy and childbirth; maternal tropes in modernisms; race, maternity, and creativity; and queer maternities in the modernist period.
Please send abstract by May 2nd to Barbara Ladd at Barbara.ladd at emory.edu<mailto:Barbara.ladd at emory.edu>
Professor of English
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