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English Faculty Talks - Spring 2014

February 22

March 15

March 31

April 12

May 2

May 4

June 12

Mary Bly

"Now Boarding ~ Travel and Culture"
Panel, The Big Book Getaway, Uncasville, CT.

Southwest Florida Reading Festival, Fort Myers, FL.

"Shakespeare Rewritten"
Invited Talk, University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, AL.

"Feminists Adopt to Shakespeare"
Panel, Shakespeare Association of America, St. Louis, MO.

Oklahoma Writers' Federation, Oklahoma City, OK.

Tulsa City-County Library, Tulsa, OK.

Readers' Event, Birmingham, AL.

Jan 11 2014
John Bugg

"British Romanticism and the Future of the 1790s"
Panel Organizer, MLA Convention, Chicago IL

May 22
Edward Cahill

"‘Aesthetics’ and Early American Literary Studies: A Genera of Good Feelings”
Conference paper, American Literature Association, Washington, D.C.

January 10

January 10

Feburary 5

February 7

March 15

May 2
Lenny Cassuto

"Why teach Literature"
Organizer and moderator,  MLA Convention, Chicago IL.

"Reforming Graduate Education: Student Perspectives"
Respondent, MLA, Chicago IL.

"The Two Biggest Problems with Graduate Study in the Humanities"
Lecture, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

"University Service: The History of an Idea" 
Lecture, Fordham Faculty Day lecture, Fordham University, Bronx, NY.

"Building Common Space in Print and Internet Essay Collections"
Roundtable panelist, C19 Conference, Chapel Hill, NC.

"The Ethics of Graduate Education in These Times."  Lecture, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ.

  March 21
Cornelius Collins

"From the Capitals of Culture to the End of the World: Roberto Bolaño's 2666"
, ACLA Annual Meeting, New York, NY.

February 20

February 22

March 21

April 3

May 13
Heather Dubrow

Poetry reading
John Donne Society conference, Baton Rouge, LA.

“John Donne and Contemporary Poetry”
Moderator and participant in roundtable, John Donne Society conference, Baton Rouge, LA.

Issues related to newly published Lyric Theory Reader
Round table, Comparative Literature Association conference, New York, NY.

“Shakespeare’s Sonnets”
Lecture, “Shakespeare Week," New York Public Library, New York, NY.

Ian McEwan’s Sweet Tooth
Leading Discussion, Harmonie Club
literary Discussions, New York, NY.

March 21
Shonnie Enelow

"Method Acting, New York, 1955: The Capital and Correspondence"
Paper, American Comparative Literature Association Conference, New York, NY.


Anne Fernald

"'In the Great Green Room': Margaret Wise Brown and Domestic Modernism"
Seminar Paper, ACLA (American Comparative Literature Association), New York, NY.

"Sylvia Townsend Warner's Summer Will Show: A Spectre Haunting Europe"
Public lecture, New York Public Library, New York, NY.

February 27

February 27
Elizabeth Frost

"Mix It Up: Teaching Hybrid Forms"
Panel Organizer Paper, AWP Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.

"Teaching the Prose Poem"
Paper, AWP Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.

March 15
Glenn Hendler

"The Nineteenth Century in Common? Public Intellectuals in the Twenty-first Century"
Roundtable, "Uncommon Expertise." C19: The Society of 19th-Century Americanists Third Biennial Conference, Chapel Hill, NC

April 4

Julie Kim

"Dispossession and Race: The Eighteenth-Century Transatlantic and Beyond"
Roundtable Presentation, Mellon Sawyer Seminar, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.


Rebecca Sanchez

"The (Dis)Embodied Scholar: Access in Theory and Practice"
Rountable Panel Chair, Modern Language Association annual conference Chicago, IL

June 17
Philip Sicker

"Molyneux's Problem: Stephen's Walk in the Dark with Descaretes, Berkeley and Locke"
Paper, International James Joyce Symposium in Utrecht, Netherlands.

March 25

April 11

June 18-20

Jocelyn Wogan-Browne

“Writing the Vernacular: Anglo-Norman Questions"
Work-in-Progress Colloquium, School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, Medievalists’ Seminar, Princeton, NJ.

'The Invisible Archive'
Invited paper, Medieval Academy Conference, University of California at Los Angeles, CA.

"French Theology in English Convents: Regional and Supra-regional Women’s Communities in the Fifteenth Century"
Plenary lecture,
'Women and Community in the Ancien Régime: Traditional and New Media,' Barnard College Conference, New York, NY.

June 14

Suzanne Yeager

“Saewulf’s Premodern Seascapes: Sacred Memory and the Influence of Crusading”
Paper, 46th Annual Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association Conference, ‘Peregrinatio pro amore Dei’: Aspects of Pilgrimage, Denver, CO.


February 28

Sarah Zimmerman

“Schools of Eloquence: the British Romantic Public Lecture on Literature”
Invited Talk, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO.

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