MLA 2016 panel on Revolutionary Echoes! and shameless self-promotion

Sorry for the long silence, but big news for MLA 2016 this coming Thursday! Check out the panel called “Revolutionary Echoes,” on 1/07/16 at 3:30-4:45.

Thursday, 7 January3:30–4:45 p.m., 406, JW Marriott

Program arranged by the forum LLC 18th-Century French

Presiding: Jennifer S. Tsien, Univ. of Virginia

  1. “How Revolutionary Is Our Scholarship Today?,” Julia V. Douthwaite, Univ. of Notre Dame
  2. “How Not to Make a Revolution: The Revolution of Naples according to Cuoco,” Biliana Kassabova, Stanford Univ.
  3. “The Philosophes in Morocco: Revolutionary Ideas and Islam in the Twenty-First Century,” Mary Elizabeth Allen, Univ. of Virginia
  4. “‘This Full-Lipped Maiden Has the Heart of a Tiger’: Madame Roland as Model and Ideal in Revolutionary China,” Cecilia Feilla, Marymount Manhattan Coll.


And since we’re in promotional mode here, why not mention that the paper I’ll be presenting, “How Revolutionary is our Scholarship?” is available now on-line via

Hope to see you in Austin! Austin MLA 2016