Description: In exploring the temporal horizons of nineteenth-century disability narratives, this panel aims to open new lines of dialogue between disability studies and the robust scholarship on the politics and ethics of temporality produced by nineteenth-century Americanists such as Lloyd Pratt, Elizabeth Freeman, Dana Luciano, Wai Chee Dimock, and Cindy Weinstein. Panelists draw on theories of queer temporality, narrative temporality, and temporal biopolitics.
Molly Ball, Eureka C
Michael D. Snediker, U of Houston
Sarah E. Chinn, Hunter C, City U of New York
Stephen P. Knadler, Spelman C
Elizabeth Picherit, U of Texas, Austin
Regis Marlene Fox, Grand Valley State U