Caleb Smith (Yale University)
Wed., February 26, 2014
Fri., November 15, 2013
1 PM, Parlin 312
Fri., November 9, 2012
Fri., October 19, 2012
2 PM, Parlin 312
Screening of Coal Miner's Daughter
Tues., April 3, 2012
6 PM, Parlin 301
Fri., November 11, 2011
5 PM at The Dog & Duck
Screening of Carmen Jones
Tues., November 8, 2011
6 PM, Mezes 1.216
Academics in Action: A Process-Oriented Symposium
October 21-22, 2010
The University of Texas at Austin
Ty Robert Alyea
MA Report: "I Kill Therefore I Am: Violence and Virtue in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly"
MA Report: "Settlement Work and Literary Genre: The Social Uses of Realism, Romance, and Melodrama in Twenty Years at Hull-House"
Dissertation Title: "Reviewing the Purpose Novel: Reception, Social Reform, and the Limits of Persuasion in Turn-of-the-Century American Literature"
Publications: "Contending Forces's Intellectual History: Emerson, Du Bois, and Washington at the Turn of the Century." Arizona Quarterly. Forthcoming.
M. Catherine Coleman
MA Report: "A Mixed and Mongrel Future: National, Racial, and Spatial Destinies in Washington Irving's A Tour on The Prairies"
MA Report: "The Primacy of Discourse": Language Lessons in Samuel Delany's Hogg
MA Report: "Come On Back to Wonderland" (poetry collection)
Dissertation Title: "Spirited Media: Revision, Race, and Revelation in Nineteenth-Century America"
Publication: "Recording the Sounds of 'Words that Burn': Reproductions of Public Discourse in Abolitionist Journalism." Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 41.4 (Fall 2011): 363-386.
MA Report: "E. Pauline Johnson and Walt Whitman Rebury Red Jacket"
MA Report: "The Lost Meaning of Things: Edith Wharton, Materiality, and Modernity"
Regina Marie Mills
Helene Remy Schlein
MA Report: "Cannibals Ate My Title: or, Melville's White Cannibalism and the Laboring Body."
MA Report: "Ancestors of the Race: The Antimodern Ethnography of Henry Steel Olcott's People from the Other World"
MA Report: "'A certain zest to his own enjoyment': Homoerotic Competition, Race, and the Rise of a Southern Middle Class in The Marrow of Tradition"