Wednesday, 29 December
610. Literary Studies, Genre, and Geography: The Function of Space in Modern Fictional Prose
9:00–10:15 p.m., 302, Philadelphia Marriott
A special session
Session leader: Jessica L. Hollis, Univ. of Kentucky
1. “In Search of Lost Space: The Invention of the Proustian Subject,” Patrick M. Bray, Harvard Univ.
2. “Against the Map: Swift, Skepticism, and the Anticartographic Tradition,” Adam G. Sills, Hofstra Univ.
3. “The Place of Fiction in Geography,” Marc Brosseau, Univ. of Ottawa
Respondent: Cynthia S. Wall, Univ. of Virginia