Please join us on Wed. for a two-part discussion that truly has it all (mostly hyphens): 18th-century Anglo-Indian it-narratives, as well as publication advice from senior scholars!
If you would like copies of the reading and supplementary materials, please email me.
Thanks and looking forward to seeing you!
On Wed, 2/20 at 3:30 (CMU 202), the Eighteenth/Nineteenth Century Graduate Research Cluster’s quarterly reading group will meet to discuss James Mulholland’s essay from the most recent Modern Language Quarterly, “An Indian It-Narrative and the Problem of Circulation: Reconsidering a Useful Concept for Literary Study.” A fascinating discussion of late 18th-century Anglo-Indian literature, its conceptual focus on circulation is of potential use to anyone working on reception, print culture, and related topics.
Most excitingly, we will be joined by Prof. Mulholland himself (virtually), as well as MLQ editor Marshall Brown, to discuss the “making of” this article. Above all, we want this discussion to be useful for you as you think about submitting your own work to journals, regardless of specialization. The publication discussion will begin at 4:30: feel free to join us for both parts, or one or the other.