Below, you’ll find a list of UF English faculty and graduate students who will be at the upcoming MLA 2020 Conference in Seattle. If I’ve missed your name or if you’re a UF English alum presenting at MLA and wish to be added to the list, please be in contact with Margaret Galvan (margaretgalvan at ufl dot edu).

Thursday, January 9

3:30 PM–4:45 PM:
097. Reading Utopia in Dark Times with Phillip Wegner

5:15 PM–6:30 PM:
127. Data and Justice with Margaret Galvan
143. Wanted: Image Politics and the Production of the Criminal Body with Maurice Evers

Friday, January 10

8:30 AM–9:45 AM:
223. Humor and Laughter in African Literatures with Romy Rajan

10:15 AM–11:30 AM:
247. Jewish Women and Popular Culture with Rachel Gordan (UF Religion)

1:45 PM–3:00 PM:
335. (Re)Theorizing Nineteenth-Century Materiality with Srimayee Basu

Saturday, January 11

8:30 AM–9:45 AM:
431. Vision and Sight in Children’s Literature and Culture with Yvonne Medina

10:15 AM–11:30 AM:
461. Composing the Future of English Studies with Victor Del Hierro & Laura Gonzales
476. Indian Manliness Lost and Found: An Intermedial Study of Masculinities and Masculine Identities with Meghna Sapui & Tyler Klatt

12:00 PM–1:15 PM:
514. South Asian Globalectics with Amrita Bandopadhyay

1:45 PM–3:00 PM:
554. Digital Pedagogies for Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth-Century Literature with Pamela Gilbert
567. Critical Childhood Studies and Intersectionality: The State of the Field with Kenneth Kidd

3:30 PM–4:45 PM:
587. A Decade in Comics with Margaret Galvan

5:15 PM–6:30 PM:
627. Legacies of Perpetration: German Family Memory and the Nazi Past with Peter L. Rudnytsky

Sunday, January 12

8:30 AM–9:45 AM:
659. Comics and the Digital Humanities with Madeline Gangnes, Roger Whitson (alum), & Aaron Kashtan (alum)
682. What Is a Human? Literature and the Anthropology of Man with Rae Yan

10:15 AM–11:30 AM:
704. Serial Compositions with Madeline Gangnes

12:00 PM–1:15 PM:
737. Here We Are Now: Grunge and the Humanities, Thirty Years On with Jill Coste