Thursday, 27 December
108. The Secret Plantation: Race and Childish Intimacies in the Novels of Frances Hodgson Burnett
7:00–8:15 p.m., San Francisco, Hyatt Regency
A special session
Presiding: Caroline Field Levander, Rice Univ.
1. “Exports of Empire: Anglo-Indian Girls’ Education in The Little Princess,” Shayna Skarf, Brandeis Univ.
2. “‘I’m a ’Publican, an’ So Is Dearest’: Transatlantic Anglo Alliances, Whiteness, and the Domesticated Male Child in Little Lord Fauntleroy,” Lucia Hodgson, Univ. of Southern California
3. “The Littlest Legree: White Female Stardom and Film Adaptations of The Little Princess,” Elizabeth Cara Binggeli, Univ. of Southern California