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2013 British Women Writers Conference (18th and 19th Century)
Hosted by the University of New Mexico
Hyatt in downtown Albuquerque, NM
April 4-6, 2013
Panel 2: Rebels with a CauseDefying Conventions in Jane Eyre’s Gardens by Leslie Nightingale, University of Minnesota.
Charlotte Brontë: Villette and the Independent Women by Alice Marachlian, California Polytechnic University – Pomona.
Panel 11: (Un)Customary Love
Charlotte Brontë’s “Symposium”: Eros and Agape in Jane Eyre by Katherine Alexander, University of New Mexico.
Panel 12: Problems at Home
Home, Hearth, and Hell: The Inherent Failure of the Victorian Domestic Ideal in the Works of the Brontë Sisters by Aubrey Cain, University of Tulsa.
Panel 14: The Customary Brontë
Customary Pets: Examining the Dogs of Wuthering Heights by Emily Ford, Ivy Tech Community College.
Getting through Customs: Anne Lister, Emily Brontë, and Charlotte Brontë’s Shirley by Temma Berg, Gettysburg College.
Miltonic Gender Construction in Jane Eyre by Tamara Martinez, University of New Mexico.
Panel 16: Revision and Re-Imagination
Reframing the Frame Narrative in Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Avilah Getzler, Grand View University.
Panel 28: Of Monsters and Demons
Animal, Vegetable, Monster: Environmental Gothic Tropes and Identity in Jane Eyre by Kimberly Kaczorowski, University of Utah.