In 2014, NASSR established four caucuses to support broadly defined but under-represented areas of the discipline, with the goal of creating a sustaining and vibrant presence in those areas at the conference in the long term. Our hope is that scholars in those areas, knowing that several sessions will be dedicated to their areas of study each year, will frequently attend annual conferences and invite other scholars in those fields, who may not as yet attend, to join in, thereby making possible a more varied and dynamic gathering of scholars.
The four caucuses are as follows; interested members are invited to contact the listed representatives:
"Race and Empire Studies," Deanna Koretsky and Joel Pace. dkoretsk[at]spelman.edu
"History of Science, Medicine, and Psychology," Dahlia Porter: Dahlia.Porter[at]glasgow.ac.uk
"Comparative Literature and Thought," Gabriel Trop: gtrop[at]email.unc.edu
"History of the Book, Editing, and Textual Studies," Nicholas Mason: nick_mason[at]byu.edu
"Theory & Philosophy," David Collings: dcolling[at]bowdoin.edu
Please note that graduate students are warmly invited to participate in all of these groups.