Don’t miss the Legacy-sponsored panels at the SSAWW Triennial Conference in Denver!
Recovery without the Author: Alternate Approaches to the Recovery of Women’s Writing (Saturday, November 10; 9:30-10:45am)
Chair: Alexandra Socarides, University of Missouri
Claudia Stokes, Trinity University: “Anonymous and Pseudonymous”
Theresa Strouth Gaul, Texas Christian University: “Misattribution and the Legacies of Sarah Rogers (Mohawk), Phebe Hinsdale Brown, and Elias Boudinot (Cherokee)”
Jennifer Putzi, College of William and Mary: “‘By Her Mother’: African American Women’s Poetry and the Issue of Authorship”
Faith Barrett, Duquesne University: “‘Enrich This Mental Pic-Nic Feast’: Communal Writing Practices in a Black Woman’s Friendship Album”
Paratext and Authorship in American Women’s Writing (Saturday, November 10; 3:45-5pm)
Chair: Susan Tomlinson, University of Massachusetts Boston
Maura D’Amore, St. Michael’s College: “Celia Thaxter’s Book Arts”
Amy Gore, University of New Mexico: “Corporeal Matters: Paratextual Whiteness and Embodied Space in Early Indigenous Women’s Writing”
Brianna Thompson, Cornell University: “Religious Paratext, Self Paratext: Revisiting Butler’s Parable Novels”
Marion Rust, University of Kentucky: “Alone Together: Isolating Paratext in the Work of Susan Howe, Charles Sanders Peirce, and Mary Rowlandson”
The editors of Legacy are delighted to welcome Mary Chapman, Professor of English at the University of British Columbia, as our new Features Editor. Mary is the author of Making Noise, Making News: US Suffrage Print Culture in Modernism (Oxford 2014); the editor of the Broadview edition of Charles Brockden Brown’s novel Ormond; and a coeditor of Treacherous Texts: US Suffrage Literature, 1846-1946 (with Angela Mills, Rutgers 2011), and Sentimental Men: Masculinity and the Politics of Affect in American Culture (with Glenn Hendler, Rutgers 1999). We thank Desirée Henderson for five extraordinary years as Features Editor, and we look forward to reading her forthcoming How to Read a Diary: Critical Contexts and Interpretive Strategies for 21st-Century Readers!
Legacy is proud to welcome Cari Carpenter as our new Book Review Editor. Cari is an associate professor of English at West Virginia University and the author of Seeing Red: Anger, Sentimentality, and American Indians (Ohio State, 2008). We thank Jean Lutes for three wonderful years editing our Book Review section, and we are happy that she is sticking around as an editorial consultant!
Legacy is now inviting submissions for our guaranteed panel “Paratext and Authorship in American Women’s Writing” at the Society for the Study of American Women Writers Triennial Conference, held this November in Denver. See CFP, above, for details.
Issue 34, No. 2, is now available. Legacy congratulates Susan Tomlinson on her first issue as Editor. 34.2 also features four essays, Legacy Profile and Reprint, and website and book reviews. View the table of contents under the Current Issue tab and find the full issue on Project Muse.
Legacy is happy to invite submissions to “American Women’s Writing and the Genealogies of Queer Thought,” a special issue guest-edited by Travis M. Foster and Timothy M. Griffiths. Check out the full CFP.
Legacy is delighted to welcome Katie Warczak as our new editorial assistant. We thank Summar Sparks for her two years with us and wish her all the best.
Issue 34, No. 1, is now available. This issue features a forum by the Lydia Maria Child Society, entitled “Envisioning America’s Future: Lydia Maria Child and Social Justice.” 34.1 also boasts a Features Forum on Susanna Rowson’s Sincerity, the eighth text selected for the groundbreaking Just Teach One project. Please check out the contents under the “Current Issue” tab and find the full issue on Project Muse.
Issue 33, number 2 is now available. This special issue on Recovering Alice Dunbar-Nelson for the Twenty-First Century, guest-edited by Katherine Adams, Caroline Gebhard, and Sandra A. Zagarell, is an exciting new contribution to the field. Please check out the contents under the “Current Issue” tab and find the full issue on Project Muse.
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