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Faculty Talks - Fall 2011










Faculty Talks - Fall 2011
 
 


9/30/2011

11/20/2011


12/1/2011
Mary Bly

Keynote, Georgia Romance Writers Annual Conference, Decatur, Georgia

Keynote, Popular Romance in the New Millennium conference, McDaniel College, Westminster, Maryland

"Canonical Renaissance to Popular Romance"
Lecture, Florida International University, Coral Gables, Florida

 
 


9/15/2011

9/24/2011 



9/24/2011

9/28/2011

1/5/2012
Heather Dubrow

Poetry reading, Montauk Club, Brooklyn, NY

“Education—Teaching to learn or teaching to know, or is it all one big party?” (Panel Title)
Panel Discussion, Harvard-Radcliffe Reunion, Cambridge, MA

Poetry reading, Adams House, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Poetry reading, Cornelia Street Café, New York, NY

“’ theyr eccho ring’? Adoptions, Adaptons, Rejections”
Panel, Modern Language Association convention, Seattle, WA

 
 


9/8/2011


9/15/2011


10/8/2011

Elisabeth Frost

Poetry Reading (with Cynthia Hogue, Roger Mitchell, and Marcos M. Villatoro), Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia Street, New York City< br> 

Poetry Reading (with Heather Dubrow and Janet Kaplan), The Montauk Club, 25 Eighth Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn

"Rethinking Poetic Innovation"
 
Roundtable Participant, Modernist Studies Association Annual Meeting, Hyatt Regency, Buffalo, NY


 
 


9/14/2010
Constance Hassett

"'Freaks of Fashion': Formalism Meets Victorian Cultural Studies"
4th Annual Inaugural Lecture, English Department, Fordham University, Bronx, NY

 
 


10/15/2011



10/22/2011
Glenn Hendler

"Collaborating on Keywords in American Cultural Studies”
Co-presenter, with graduate student Elizabeth Cornell, MobilityShifts: An International Future of Learning Summit, The New School, New York, NY 

"Feeling 'Right' in the Twenty-First Century: The Conservative Affective Imagination"
Panel Chair and Respondent, American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Imagination, Reparation, Transformation, Baltimore, MD

 
 


9/21/2011



12/2/2011

Suzanne Yeager

"Narrating Travel: Pilgrim Espionage and Crusader Identities in Premodern Itinerary Writing"
Keynote Address, Costello Lecture Series, Manhattan College, New York, NY

"Racial Imagination and the Theatre of War: Captivity and Execution in the Imaginative Literature of the Premodern Period"

Invited Lecture, Medieval Studies Lecture Series, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY



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