GSA Sessions at MLA 2009

December 28, 2009 –December 30, 2009

MLA Panels, Philadelphia

The George Sand Association will hold a business meeting during the upcoming MLA Convention. Time and place will be announced.

Please find below the two George Sand sessions that will be held at the 2009 MLA in Philadelphia.

Monday, 28 December 139. Male Narrators in Sand’s Fiction 8:30–9:45 a.m., Regency Ballroom C2, Loews Program arranged by the George Sand Association Presiding: David A. Powell, Hofstra Univ. 1. “De l’usage du neutre: George Sand en ‘écriveur’,” Evelyne Ender, Hunter Coll., City Univ. of New York 2. “Domination, ‘sociodicée’ et violence masculines dans Indiana de George Sand,” S. Pascale Dewey, Kutztown Univ. 3. “Resisting Narratorial Control: Intertextuality and Female Self-Authorship in Indiana,” Anne Marcoline, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara 4. “Musical Mal(ady): The Male Voice in the Works of George Sand,” Arline E. Cravens, Washington Univ.   Wednesday, 30 December 680. Posttraumatic Texts 12:00 noon–1:15 p.m., Commonwealth Hall A2, Loews Program arranged by the George Sand Association Presiding: Lucienne Frappier-Mazur, Univ. of Pennsylvania 1. “‘Je suis tout oreilles’; or, Becoming Auditory in Sand’s Consuelo,” Lauren D. Fortner, Harvard Univ. 2. “Disaster Recovery Acts,” Anne Elizabeth McCall, Univ. of Denver 3. “Giving Voice to the Wound: Rereading Repetition in La filleule,” Elizabeth Carter, Harvard Univ.

GSA Sessions at MLA 2009

December 28, 2009 –December 30, 2009

MLA Panels, Philadelphia

The George Sand Association will hold a business meeting during the upcoming MLA Convention. Time and place will be announced.

Please find below the two George Sand sessions that will be held at the 2009 MLA in Philadelphia.

Monday, 28 December 139. Male Narrators in Sand’s Fiction 8:30–9:45 a.m., Regency Ballroom C2, Loews Program arranged by the George Sand Association Presiding: David A. Powell, Hofstra Univ. 1. “De l’usage du neutre: George Sand en ‘écriveur’,” Evelyne Ender, Hunter Coll., City Univ. of New York 2. “Domination, ‘sociodicée’ et violence masculines dans Indiana de George Sand,” S. Pascale Dewey, Kutztown Univ. 3. “Resisting Narratorial Control: Intertextuality and Female Self-Authorship in Indiana,” Anne Marcoline, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara 4. “Musical Mal(ady): The Male Voice in the Works of George Sand,” Arline E. Cravens, Washington Univ.   Wednesday, 30 December 680. Posttraumatic Texts 12:00 noon–1:15 p.m., Commonwealth Hall A2, Loews Program arranged by the George Sand Association Presiding: Lucienne Frappier-Mazur, Univ. of Pennsylvania 1. “‘Je suis tout oreilles’; or, Becoming Auditory in Sand’s Consuelo,” Lauren D. Fortner, Harvard Univ. 2. “Disaster Recovery Acts,” Anne Elizabeth McCall, Univ. of Denver 3. “Giving Voice to the Wound: Rereading Repetition in La filleule,” Elizabeth Carter, Harvard Univ.