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Faculty Talks - Spring 2012
 


4/6/2012


4/19/2012


4/28/2012


Various
Mary Bly

"Citizens in Feathers and the Fashionable Blackfrairs"
Conference Paper: Shakesepare Association of America, Boston, MA

"Canonical Renaissance to Popular Romance"
Invited Address: Florida International University, Miami, FL

"Jane Austen's Elizabeth Bennett"
Keynote Address: Jane Austen Society of North America, Philadelphia, PA


"Paris in Love: a Memoir"
Readings throughout the spring in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Florida, California, Texas, Australia, and New Zealand.
 


4/19/2012



5/3/2012



5/25/2012
Edward Cahill

"The Adventurous Muse: Poetic Kinesis and Atlantic Mobility in Post-Revolutionary American Poetry"
Conference Paper: Charles Brockden Brown Society, NY, NY

"Social Mobility in the Early Atlantic Archive"
Invited Lecture, University of Delaware English Department, Newark, DE

"The Adventurous Muse: Poetic Kinesis and Atlantic Mobility in Post-Revolutionary American Poetry"
American Literature Association, San Francisco, CA

 


1/30/2012


3/28/2012


3/29/2012


3/30/2012


4/23/2012


4/26/2012


5/23/2012
Leonard Cassuto

"Baseball and the Business of American Innocence"
Invited Lecture, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT
 
"Higher Education: In Search of an Ethic"
Invited Lecture, Emory University, Atlanta, GA


"The Making of the Cambridge History of the American Novel"
Colloquium Leader/Panelist, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

"The Making of the Cambridge History of the American Novel"

Colloquium Leader/Panelist, University of Georgia, Athens, GA


"The Graduate School Mess"
Invited Lecture to Mellon Higher Education Seminar, Columbia University, NY, NY

"The Bestselling Crime Novel"
Invited Lecture, University of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, WI

"Barbarians at the Gate: A New History of the American Novel"
Fraenkel Lecture at the Kennedy Institute, Freie Universitat, Berlin, Germany
 



2/27/2012



3/12/2012


3/13/2012


3/15/2012


5/15/2012


7/6/2012


7/16/2012


7/18/2012

Heather DuBrow

"'Wanting form'?: New Approaches to the Early Modern Epithalamium and Other Poetry"

Invited Lecture, Strode Series at University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL


"'Wanting form'?: Shakespeare, Spenser and the New Formalisms"
Invited Lecture, University of Nevada, Reno, NV


Poetry Reading
University of Nevada, Reno, NV 

"The English Epithalamium: Narrative and/or Lyric?"
Plenary Session of International Conference on Narrative, Las Vegas, NV 

Talk on Slaughterhouse-Five
Invited Lecture/ Discussion Leader, Literary Group of Harmonie Club, NY, NY

Keynote Address
International Conference on Renaissance Poetic Form, Oxford, England

"'This living hand': Reevaluating Lyric Immediacy"
Lecture to English Department faculty and students, Freiburg, Germany

"'Give up yourself to form'?: Potentialities and Problems of the New Formalisms"
Lecture to FRIAS, an institute within University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany
   



2/16/2012


3/8/2012


3/22/2012

Elisabeth Frost

Poets Out Loud
Fordham Faculty Reading, Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus, NY, NY

"Bookmarks": A Panel Discussion: Stephen Paul Miller
St. John's University, Queens, NY

Poetry Reading: Julie Choffel & Elisabeth Frost
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
 
 


3/21/2012
Christopher GoGwilt

"Casement Windows: Framing British Modernities."
Invited Talk, British Modernities Working Group. SUNY Binghamton, NY
 


2/22/2012



3/25/2012
Anne Hoffman

"Agnon, Shell Shock, and the Figure of the Golem"
Invited Talk, Institute for the History of the Psychiatry,Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY.

"Figuring Embodiment: Agnon, Freud, Kafka"
Invited lecture, Colloquium on S.Y. Agnon, Sponsored by Columbia University and the Jewish Theological Seminary, Columbia University, NY, NY.
 


3/24/2012




4/10/2012



5/16/2012
Julie C. Kim

"Narrating Indigenous and Afro-Caribbean Revolution: The Unifnished Natural Histories of Alexander Anderson"
Conference Paper: Annual Meeting of the American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies, San Antonio, TX

"Carib Gardens: Imperial Botany and the Production of Indigenous Knowledge on St. Vincent"
Invited Talk: Columbia University Seminaron Early American History, NY, NY

"Indigenous Alliance and Revolution: The Black Caribs of St. Vincent"
Conference Paper: Annual Meeting of the Association of Caribbean Historians, Willemstad, Curacao
 


1/10/2012



5/10/2012
Thomas J. O'Donnell

"Saint Wulfstan, European Culture, and the Myth of Anglo-Saxon Worcester"
Invited Talk: Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

"The State of Early Middle English"
Roundtable, International Congress of Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI
 

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