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2018. "'Wild Speech' in the Archives of Slavery," Annual MLA Convention, New York, NY, January 4-7.
2017. "Between Timely and Timeless; or, Emily Dickinson and the Civil War Poet She Never Became," Annual ALA Conference, Boston, MA, May 27.
2017. "'My Complaint Book': Enslaved Testimony and Legal Inquest in British Guiana, 1819-1832," Biennial SEA Conference, Tulsa, OK, March 3.
2017. "Richard Wright's Globalism: Before and Beyond Bandung," Annual MLA Convention, Philadelphia, PA, January 6.
2016. "Theatrical Space in the Novel; or, Chesnutt's Narrative Stage," New Work in Novel Studies Symposium, Mahindra Humanities Center, Harvard University, December 7.
2016. "The Contemporary Novel of Slavery in the Shadow of Toni Morrison," International Conference on Narrative, Amsterdam, NH, June 17.
2016. "Jerry and Hamlet, Chesnutt and Shakespeare," Annual ACLA Meeting, Cambridge, MA, March 19.
2016. "Native Sons: Richard Wright and Genetic Criticism," Annual NeMLA Conference, Hartford, CT, March 18.
2016. "Toussaint Louverture, Frederick Douglass, and Enslaved Testimony in the French Atlantic," Biennial C19 Conference, State College, PA, March 17.
2016. "William Dunbar, Beast Fables, and Premodern Black-ness," Annual ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, February 6.
2015. "'Far-Flung Kinships': The Global Richard Wright," Tufts Graduate Humanities Conference, October 16.
2015. "Thackeray's Sambo and Transatlantic Blackface," NAVSA Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI, July 11.
2015. "'He died with all his words in his heart': Legal Inquest and Enslaved Testimony in Martinique, 1847," The Futures of American Studies Institute, Dartmouth College, June 22-28.
2015. "'And render Hell/More Tolerable': Slaves' Internal Economies and the Limits of Resistance," OIEAHC-SEA Joint Conference, Chicago, IL, June 19.
2015. "Talking Book: Chesnutt's Soliloquies and the Melodrama of Race Conflict," ALA Annual Conference, Boston, MA, May 22.
2015. "The Rhetoric of Diaspora: Diaz, Cole, Mengestu," Annual NeMLA Conference, Toronto, Canada, May 2.
2015. "Enslaved Testimony and Religious Institutions in Colonial Latin America," Locating and Connecting Latin America and the African Diaspora, UNC-Charlotte, April 30.
2015. "Pushkin, Nabokov, and Intertextual Interracialism," American Literature Colloquium, Harvard University, April 16.
2015. "Nabokov and African American History," Annual AATSEEL Conference, Vancouver, Canada, January 10.
2014. "Close Reading 'Unwritten Literature': The Slave Narratives of the Federal Writers' Project," Harvard Graduate Symposium, November 21.
2014. "Melville's Prophecy: War, Emancipation, and 'Bartleby,'" Annual PAMLA Conference, Riverside, CA, November 2.
2014. "Enslaved Testimony in the Publications of Victor Schoelcher," Annual RMMLA Convention, Boise, Idaho, October 11.
2014. "Creole Folklore, the Federal Writers' Project, and the Quest for the Francophone Equiano," American Literature in the World Conference, Yale University, April 11.
2014. "Ellison and Russian Authors," Annual MELUS Conference/Ralph Ellison Centennial Symposium, Oklahoma City University, March 8.
2018. "The Work of the Anthology in American Literature," Annual MLA Convention, New York, NY, January 4-7.
Nicholas Rinehart (Harvard University), presiding
Shelley Fisher Fishkin (Stanford University)
Sandra Gustafson (University of Notre Dame)
Patrick Jagoda (University of Chicago)
Carla Kaplan (Northeastern University)
Tavia Nyong'o (Yale University)
Wai Chee Dimock (Yale University), responding
2017. "Afro-Asian Americana: Food, Fiction, Film," Annual MLA Convention, Philadelphia, PA, January 5-8.
J. Ryan Marks (Penn State University), presiding
Tao Leigh Goffe (New York University): "What’s Eating Pearl Chang?: Chop Suey and Afro-Asian Revolutionary Romance"
Nicholas Rinehart (Harvard University): "Richard Wright's Globalism: Before and Beyond Bandung"
Kinohi Nishikawa (Princeton University): "The Outsiders: Black Sun and Incommensurability"
Aldon Lynn Nielsen (Penn State University), responding
2016. "Unsettling the Slave Narrative," Biennial C19 Conference, State College, PA, March 17-20.
Nicholas Rinehart (Harvard University): "Toussaint Louverture, Frederick Douglass, and Enslaved Testimony in the
Nele Sawallisch (Johannes Gutenberg University): "The Unsettling Canadian Slave Narratives"
Michaël Roy (Université Paris 13): "Unsettling the Slave Narrative through Book History"
Bryan Sinche (University of Hartford): "Robert B. Anderson and the Walking Book"
2015. "Legal History and Slave Resistance," OIEAHC-SEA Joint Conference, Chicago, IL, June 18-21.
Nicholas Rinehart (Harvard University): "'And render Hell/More Tolerable': Slaves' Internal Economies and the Limits of
Kelly A. Ryan (Indiana University Southeast): "'I Won't Stand This': New York Slaves' Resistance to Violence"
Randy M. Browne (Xavier University): "Property Rights, Slaves' Legal Activism, and the Struggle to Survive in the British
Trevor Burnard (University of Melbourne), discussant
2015. "World Literature/Immigrant Literature," Annual NeMLA Convention, Toronto, Canada, April 30-May 3.
Nicholas Rinehart (Harvard University): "The Rhetoric of Diaspora: Diaz, Cole, Mengestu"
Emily Anderson (SUNY-Buffalo): "Occupying the ‘Little House’: Contemporary Immigrant Appropriations of Laura Ingalls Wilder"
Gabriel Page (Berkeley): "Post-Immigrant Fiction and the State of the Nation"
Elizabeth Janssen (UWashington): "‘Hear What Is Being Said’: Self-Reflexivity in Contemporary African Immigrant Literature"
2014. "Black and White and Red All Over: Literary Allegiances and Lineages between African America and Russia," Annual MELUS Conference/Ralph Ellison Centennial Symposium, Oklahoma City University, March 6-9.
Nicholas Rinehart (Harvard College): "Ralph Ellison and Russian Authors"
Raquel Greene (Grinnell College): "In to Africa: The Soviet Union and its Civilizing Mission in the 1920s"
John MacKay (Yale University): "True Songs of Freedom: Uncle Tom's Cabin in the Soviet 1920s"