Monday, May 6, 2013

Faculty and Graduate Student February 2013 Appearances

South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference, Austin, TX. Feb. 21-23, 2013.

Calinda Shely. “An Ailing Body Politic: Gouty Gentlemen as Cultural Metaphor in Sarah Fielding’s The Countess of Dellwyn and Smollett’s The Adventures of Roderick Random.”

Carolyn Woodward “Jenny and the Silk Weavers.”

Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations, Albuquerque. Feb. 13-16, 2013.

Daoine Bachran. “From Recovery to Discovery: American Ethnic Science Fiction and (Re)inventing the Future.”

Vincent Basso. “The Devil, My Friend: Milton’s Satan as Anti-hero in Modern Comics.”

Ann D’Orazio. “Ancient Warriors, Insular Hands, and Monster Fights.”

Nichole Neff Gauntt. “Shark Representation in Nineteenth-Century Texts: into the Belly of the Beast.”

Scarlett Higgins. Session Chair. Poetry and Poetics (Critical)

Scarlett Higgins. “The Blaze and the Tyger: Vatic Poetry and Apocalyptic History in George Oppen’s Late Work.”

Matt Hofer. “‘Single / Notes / Sung’: Larry Eigner's Equilibria at the Margins.”

Monica Kowal. “Beyond the Hypothetical: Putting the “Real” in Real-World Application with Service-Learning in Technical and Professional Writing.”

Joe Serio. “Is What You See What You Get? Flip Wilson and the Civil Rights Movement.”

Stephanie Spong. “Should There Arise Any Objection to Candidness”: The Censor and Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven’s Globalized Body.”

Diane Thiel. Session Chair. Creative Writing (Poetry, Fiction)

Diane Thiel. “Poetry and Translation.”

Sharon Warner. “Not Too Long, Not Too Short, but Just Right: The Novella Workshop.”

Julie Williams. “Discourses of Hygiene and Homemaking in “Stiya: A Carlisle Indian Girl at Home.”

Greg Martin:
Interview and podcast. Late Night Library, Portland, OR. Feb 11, 2013.
Reading from Stories for Boys. Portland State University, Portland, OR.12 Feb 12, 2013.
Reading from Stories for Boys. Barnes & Noble, Bend, OR. Feb 8, 2013.

Carmen Nocentelli. “Empires of Love: Race, Sexuality, and the European-Asian Encounter.” School for Advanced Research, Santa Fe, NM. Feb 20, 2013.


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