Curriculum Vita

Academic Appointments

Associate Professor of English, Converse College, 2012-

Anne Morrison Chapman Distinguished Professor of International Study, Converse College 2011-Present

Assistant Professor of English, Converse College, 2007-Present

Lecturer, University of California, Los Angeles, 2006-2007

Education

Ph. D. in English, The University of California, Los Angeles, 2006.  Dissertation: “Textual Intimacy: The Heteropoetics of Authorship in T. S. Eliot, W. B. Yeats, and William Carlos Williams.”  Director: Michael North.

M. A. in English, The Pennsylvania State University, 1998.

B.A. in English, The Pennsylvania State University, 1995.

Publications

“‘For Having Slept Much the Dead Have Grown Strong’: Emanuel Carnevali and William Carlos Williams” forthcoming (2012) in the William Carlos Williams Review.

“‘The eternal bride and father—quid pro quo’: William Carlos Williams, Marcia Nardi and Paterson,” The Heritages of William Carlos Williams: Points of Contact. Edited by Ian D. Copestake. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007.  80-100.

“‘Dear EzzROAR,’ ‘Dear Anthill’: Ezra Pound, George Antheil and the Complications of Patronage,” in Music and Literary Modernism—Critical Essays and Comparative Studies. Edited by Robert McParland. New York: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006. 66-86.

Reference Articles, Review Essays, and Other Writing

Contributing writer for ProfHacker (January 2010-present), a Chronicle of Higher Education blog.

Rev. of The Cambridge Introduction to Ezra Pound by Ira B. Nadel (Cambridge UP, 2007) forthcoming in the William Carlos Williams Review.

Rev. of Pop Modernism: Noise and the Reinvention of the Everyday by Juan A. Suarez (University of Illinois Press, 2007): Time Present: The Newsletter of the T. S. Eliot Society, 67 (Spring 2009).

Rev. of Wisdom of Two: The Spiritual and Literary Collaboration of George and W. B Yeats, by Margaret Mills Harper (New York: Oxford University Press, 2006): Women’s Studies, 37.3 (2008).

The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner.” Literature and Its Times 6. Edited by Joyce Moss. Detroit: Gale Group, 2002, 417-428.

The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway.” Literature and Its Times 6. Edited by Joyce Moss. Detroit: Gale Group, 2002, 439-447.

The Waste Land by T. S. Eliot.” World Literature and Its Times 4: British and Irish Literature and Its Times. Edited by Joyce Moss.  Detroit: Gale Group, 2001, 529-540.

Rev. of “James Joyce’s ‘The Dead’: A Musical.” Echo: A Music-Centered Journal vol.2, No.2, Fall 2000 www.echo.ucla.edu [Review of the Tony-nominated Broadway adaptation of Joyce’s short story].

Conferences & Presentations

“The Open Professoriate: Public Intellectuals on the Social Web,” Modern Languages Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, CA 6-9 January 2011.

“William Carlos Williams and the ‘Radiant Gist’ of Science,” Panel Chair and Organizer, Modern Languages Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, CA 6-9 January 2011.

“‘Plagiarism Begins at Home’: The Textual Intimacies of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald,” Modern Studies Association Annual Convention, Victoria, British Columbia, November 11-14, 2010.

“Who is the third who walks always beside you?”: Complexities of Authorship in The Waste Land,” T. S. Eliot Society 30th Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, September  25–27, 2009.

“William Carlos Williams, the Beats and the San Francisco Scene,” Panel Chair and Organizer, Modern Language Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, December 27-30, 2008.

“Virgin Womb(s) of the Imagination: James Joyce and the Erotics of Authorship,” Twenty-First Annual James Joyce International Symposium, Tours, France, June 15-21, 2008.

“William Carlos Williams and Company,” Panel Chair and Organizer, Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, December 27-30, 2007.

“’What is there but love that stares death in the eye?’: The Multiple Roots of Paterson’s Cress,” Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA, December 27-30, 2006.

“‘I have mummy truths to tell’: The Yeatses’ Collaborative Vision” presented at the “Occult Modernisms” seminar; “Speed Modernism: Technology, Perception, Texts,” Panel Moderator, Modernist Studies Association 8th Annual Conference, University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 19-22, 2006.

“Whither Irish Studies?”  Roundtable Panelist, Southern California Irish Studies Colloquium, University of California, Irvine, October 8, 2005.

“‘The eternal bride and father—quid pro quo’: William Carlos Williams, Marcia Nardi and Paterson,” William Carlos Williams Society, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, July 27-29, 2005.

“Who is the third who walks always beside you: The Waste Land (1922),” Americanist Research Colloquium, UCLA, February 19, 2004.

“These Fragments I Have Shorn Against My Ruins: Editing The Waste Land,” Society for Textual Scholarship, City University of New York, April 18-21, 2001.

“Beyond the Pale: Corporeal Significance in Joseph Conrad’s Nigger of the Narcissus,” Southland Conference, UCLA, April 28, 2000.

“Ezra Pound, George Antheil, Mary Curtis Bok and the Politics of Patronage” The Sociomaterial Turn: Excavating Modernism, University of Tulsa, March 5-8, 1998.

Courses Offered

English 101: Introduction to Rhetoric and Composition

English 101SL: Service Learning Version of Introduction to Rhetoric and Composition

English 102: Introduction to Literary Types

English 199H: Honors Directed Independent Student: James Joyce’s Ulysses

English 203: Survey of American Literature Beginnings-1865

English 204: Survey of American Literature 1865-Present

English 350-550: 19th Century American Literature

English 360/560: The Jazz Age & the Writings of F. Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald (January term)

English 360/560: 20th Century British and Anglophone Fiction

English 360-560: 20th Century American Novel

English 361/561: The Contemporary American Novel

English 365/565: 20th Century Poetry (Transatlantic)

English 365/565: 20th Century Poetry (American)

English 370/570: Women Writers

English 380/580: Special Topics—Irish Literature (Study Travel)

English 380/580: Special Topics—Popular American Literature

Engilsh 380/580: Special Topics—Americans in Paris

English 380/580: Special Topics—English and Economics (team-taught with Dr. Madelyn Young)

English 496: Capstone Course for English Majors

Student Success Seminar 101

Professional Memberships

MLA

MSA

T. S. Eliot Society

William Carlos Williams Society (Vice-President)

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