Re-Imagining Gender and Sexuality--SAMLA NOV. 6-8, 2009
This panel welcomes essays exploring the different ways Modern British writers began to re-think human sexuality, sexual identity, and/or gender in their texts. Possible topics might include any of the following: the influence of Havelock Ellis's theories about human sexuality on specific writers, how writers respond to cultural discourse/debate about gender and sexual identity, sexual epiphany, sexual repression, social mechanization and the body, post-WWI society and shifting sexual mores, etc. Please email a title and a 200-300 word abstract to Sharla Hutchison, Fort Hays State University, firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: June 25, 2009.