Call for Proposals for Open Panels

Program Information: Thirteenth Biennial SEA Conference, 8-11 June, 2023,
University of Maryland and Washington DC

Call for Proposals for Open Panels 

Proposals for Open Panels will be posted below on this page. Please click on the links below. Submissions for these open panels should be sent directly to the organizers, not through the Ex Ordo website, by the deadline specified by the organizers. Once those open panels, workshops, and round tables have been finalized, the organizers will submit them as complete panels/workshops/round tables to the Ex Ordo website by October 31st November 7th. For more details and additional information about the overall Call for Proposals, please see the SEA 2023 cfps.pdf

Thank you!

Ralph Bauer
University of Maryland
SEA President and Program Committee Chair

Call for Proposals for Open Panels

Archives Abroad (A Mobile Archive Project)

Beyond Benevolence: Quakers and Indigenous Peoples in Early America

Milestones in Black Studies Panel Stream

Conspiratorial Thought in Early America

Archivos y voces periféricas en la América colonial/Peripheral archives and voices in colonial Latin America

Censura, silencio, secreto en la literatura colonial/Censure, silence, and secret in colonial literature

Society for the Study of American Women Writers (SSAWW) panel

Human, Nonhuman, Posthuman: Ecocriticism and the Literature of the Early Americas

Southern Coastscapes of Early America

Black-Indigenous Early America

Outtakes: What Didn’t Make It Into Recent Books (And Why)

Promotional Rhetorics

Regenerating Regeneration Through Violence: Looking Back on Fifty Years

Emergent Secularities in Early America

Mental Health in Early America

Roundtable/Workshop: Creative Approaches to Teaching the History of the Early American Book

Mutual Aid in Early America

Performance Cultures and the Early Black Atlantic

El Caribe colonial y su impacto en los estudios “americanos”/The colonial Caribbean and its impact in “American” studies

Roundtable on Teaching the American Revolution: 1619, 1776, and the Timelines of History




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