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Julie Fifelski

Julie Fifelski
Graduate Assistant
Ph.D. Candidate, English

Fordham University
441 East Fordham Road
Bronx, NY 10458
552W Dealy Hall

Julie Fifelski

Fordham University, M.Phil (English) Fordham University 
MA (Medieval Studies) Michigan State University
BA (English) Michigan State University, BA (French)

Areas of Interest
I currently study the wide array of domestically-manufactured products in the antebellum United States, and how popular authors represent and engage with these products textually.

Presentations at professional national or international conferences
April, 2013, "America's Manufacturing Frontier" (ACLA, Toronto)  March, 2013, "The House that Hawthorne Built" (Fordham GEA Conference, NYC)  “New Boundaries from the Past: Guy of Warwick in Translation,” 45th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, May 2010.  “‘Ce que Cristine dit’: Self-Scrutiny in Cristine de Pizan’s Livre de l’advision Cristine.”43rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, May 2008.  “Chaucer’s Romaunt of the Rose and the Politics of Translation.” Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Colloquium, Fordham University, New York, February 2008.   “‘Þer entrez non to take reset / Þat berez any spot anvnder mone’: On Two Loci Amoeni in the Middle English Pearl and the Old French Roman de la Rose.” New England Medieval Studies Consortium, University of Connecticut, February 2007.  “Transcription Strategies and Protocol” (panel presentation). Roman de la Rose Digital Surrogates Project; The Johns Hopkins University, The Sheridan Libraries, Department of Romance Languages, March 2006

Related Professional Experience
Editorial assistant for Studies in American Fiction (2012-13); editorial assistant for Traditio (2008); many years of additional experience as a freelance copy editor and indexer for book-length, academic works

Other awards, honors, and/or activities
GSAS Summer Fellowship (2013) Department of English Summer Grant (2012) GSAS Graduate Seminar on Jesuit Pedagogy attendee (2012) Senior Teaching Fellow (2011-12)

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