The Graduate Student Caucus of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS) hosts a luncheon and annual meeting during the ASECS annual meeting, organizes panels of professional and scholarly interest, runs a mentoring program to connect graduate students with scholars, awards a mentoring prize each year to recognize outstanding faculty, and generally promotes the “next generation” of eighteenth-century scholars.
The current GSC officers are:
- April Fuller (Chair)
- Megan Cole (Co-Chair)
If you’re interested in submitting a post/article, here are some basic guidelines:
- Be connected to ASECS Grad Caucus—as a student or early-career academic, or as an established academic with advice, an ASECS member, or ASECS affiliated society.
- Posts should be a few hundred words and try to end with a discussion point or question.
- Posts may also include an announcement related to eighteenth-century scholarship.
- Topics may include: your research, teaching eighteenth-century studies, research and/or writing processes, getting published, the eighteenth-century today (in the news, pop culture, etc.), and virtually anything else concerning the long eighteenth century.
- If you would like us to announce your own good news–publications, successful dissertation defenses, or other achievements–we are happy to celebrate your success in a blog announcement!
If you want to submit an article/post or have a question, comment, or suggestion about the website, please email April at firstname.lastname@example.org.