The Graduate Student Caucus typically organizes two panels at the annual meeting of the MLA. For more information on the panels, please contact the First Vice-President of the caucus. The CFPs will be circulated on familiar listservs, and any graduate student in the modern languages is eligible to participate. Additional events relevant to graduate students will also be posted below.
Past panels MLA 2018 "Teaching, Theorizing, and Reading Caribbean Texts" (panel organized by Emily O'Dell)
MLA 2017: "Questioning Boundaries in Postcolonial Studies" (panel organized by Jeanne Jegousso)
MLA 2016: 1.*Subject(s) Matter: Genealogies of Sympathy in Texts" 2.*Grad Experiences: Past, Present, Future" (both panels organized and moderated by Alexandrine Mailhé)
MLA 2015: 1."Travel, Translation and Circulation in Latin America" 2."Pursuing Two Passions: On Being a Grad Student and Something Else" (both panels organized and moderated by Kristal Bivona)
MLA 2014: 1. "Exile, Death, Sacrifice: The Poetics of Suffering in Francophone Literature" 2."Compromising, Negotiating: Roundtable Discussion on Being a Graduate Student" (both panels organized and moderated by Loic Bourdeau)