Faculty Scholarship

Faculty Scholarship

Selected publications, performances, activities and grants

 

2013-2014 academic year

 

Bowers, Susan R. (Associate Professor)

Bowers, S. R. (2013). “Review of Dan Brown’s Inferno.” The Pilgrims Review,1(1), 22–3. pilgrimsreview.org

Bowers, S. R. (2013). “Seamus Heaney: A Reflection.” The Pilgrims Review, 1(1). pilgrimsreview.org

Dent, Catherine Z. (Assistant Professor)

Dent, C. Z. (Presenter & Author). Forum for Undergraduate Student Editors Caucus, Associated Writing Programs, Seattle, WA. “An Introduction to the Mission Statement.” (February 28, 2014).

Palermo, L. E. (Chair/Discussant), Dent, C. Z. (Chair/Discussant), & Bierley, M. (Panelist/Discussant). ALTA 36: The Nexus of Translation, American Literary Translators Association, Indiana University– Bloomington. “Opening Up the Undergraduate Lit Mag to Involve Students in Translation.” (October 16, 2013).

Fincke, Gary W. (Professor)

Fincke, G. W. (2014). How Blasphemy Sounds to God. Pittsburgh, PA: Braddock Avenue Books.

Hubbell, John A. (Associate Professor)

Hubbell, J. A. (Panel Organizer). North East Modern Language Association, Harrisburg, PA. “New Directions in British Romantic Ecocriticism.” (April 5, 2014).

Hubbell, J. A. (Panel Organizer). North East Modern Language Association, Harrisburg, PA. “Literature and the Environment at the End of the Holocene.” (April 5, 2014).

Hubbell, J. A. (Presenter & Author). North East Modern Language Association, Harrisburg, PA. “Byron’s Socio-environmental Discourse and the Climate Justice Movement.” (April 5, 2014).

Hubbell, J. A. (Presenter & Author). North East Modern Language Association, Harrisburg, PA. “Climate Change Narratives: Post-Holocene Mythopoesis.” (April 5, 2014).

Hubbell, J. A. (Author Only). Nineteenth Century Studies Association, Chicago, IL. “Organic Cities and Self-Organizing Systems in Byron’s Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, Canto IV.” (March 22, 2014).

Kelsey, Karla A. (Associate Professor)

Kelsey, K. A. (2013). “On Reviewing,” in Evening Will Come: A Monthly Journal on Poetics. http://www.thevolta.org/ewc35-kkelsey-p1.html

Kelsey, K. A. (2013). “Review of Hello, the Roses by Mei-Mei Bersenburgge.” The Constant Critic. http://www.constantcritic.com/karla_kelsey/hello-the-roses/

Kelsey, K. A. (2013). (Interview), Rusty Morrison With Karla Kelsey: On Karla Kelsey’s Forthcoming Book. The Conversant. http://theconversant.org/?tag=karla-kelsey

Kelsey, K. A. (2013). “Interval 2.” Conjunctions. http://conjunctions.com/webcon/kelsey13.htm

Kelsey, K. A. (2013). “Interval 3.” Conjunctions. http://conjunctions.com/webcon/kelsey13.htm

Kelsey, K. A. (2013). “Interval I.” Conjunctions. http://conjunctions.com/webcon/kelsey13.htm

Kelsey, K. A. (2013). “Review of The Invention of Glass by Emmanuel Hocquard.” The Constant Critic. http://www.constantcritic.com/karla_kelsey/the-invention-of-glass/

Kelsey, K. A. (Presenter & Author). Associated Writing Programs, Seattle, WA. “A Conjoined Book.” (February 28, 2014).

Kelsey, K. A. (Presenter & Author). Associated Writing Programs, Seattle, WA. “Beyond the Picture World.” (February 28, 2014).

Kelsey, K. A. (Presenter & Author). Associated Writing Programs, Seattle, WA. “If So, Tell Me.” (February 28, 2014).

Nixon, Angelique V. (Assistant Professor)

Nixon, A. V. Group Art Exhibition, “Moon Rituals in Times of Crisis,” Nassau, The Bahamas. (April 1–30, 2014).

Nixon, A. V. & King, R. S. (2013). “Embodied Theories: Local Knowledge(s), Community Organizing & Feminist Methodologies in Caribbean Sexuality Studies.” Caribbean Review of Gender Studies, 7, 1–16. http://sta.uwi.edu/crgs/december2013/abstracts/CRGS%20_7_NixonKing.pdf

Nixon, A. V. (Author Only). Caribbean Studies Association, Grenada. “Reimagining Paradise: The Labor of Caribbean Poetry.” (June 2013).

Retief, Glen (Associate Professor)

Retief, G. (2013). “Amid Hecklers, Madiba Offers Stunning Reply.” Philadelphia Inquirer. http://www.philly.com/philly/opinion/inquirer/20131215_Amid_hecklers__Madiba_offers_stunning_reply.html

Retief, G. (2013). “A Pacifist Considers Missile Strikes in Syria: As I See It.” Harrisburg Patriot-News. http://www.pennlive.com/opinion/index.ssf/2013/09/a_pacifist_considers_missile_strikes_in_syria_as_i_see_it.html#incart_river

Retief, G. (2013). “South Africa Teen’s Death Shows It’s Time to Ban Ex-gay Therapy Everywhere.” Box Turtle Bulletin. http://www.boxturtlebulletin.com/2013/06/13/56534

Retief, G. (Presenter & Author). Visiting Writers Series, Union County Public Library, Lewisburg, PA. “Meet the Author.” (January 9, 2014).

Retief, G. (Presenter & Author). College Hill United Methodist Church, Wichita, KS. “Two Gay Quakers Walk Into a Methodist Church.” (November 18, 2013).

Retief, G. (Presenter & Author). Mountain View Friends Meeting, Denver, CO. “Two Queer Quakers With a Traveling Artistic Ministry.” (November 17, 2013).

Retief, G. (Presenter & Author). Evolve. Naramara, United Church of Canada, Naramata, BC. “Writing as a Spiritual Practice.” (November 9, 2013).

Retief, G. (Presenter & Author). Saskatoon Public Library Visiting Authors Series, Saskatoon Public Library, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. “The Jack Bank: A Reading.” (October 30, 2013).

Retief, G. (Presenter & Author). St. James United Church, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. “The Jack Bank: A Reading.” (October 27, 2013).

Retief, G. (Presenter & Author). Cleveland Friends Meeting, Cleveland, OH. “An Evening With Peterson Toscano and Glen Retief.” (October 19, 2013).

Retief, G. (Presenter & Author). Glad Day Visiting Author Series, Glad Day Bookstore, Toronto, Canada. “Queer White Mischief: Risky Stories From ‘The World’s Happiest Police State.’” (October 4, 2013).

Retief, G. (Presenter & Author). An Evening With Peterson Toscano and Glen Retief, Street Beats; Allen Miller Arts, Community Mennonite Church of Lancaster, Lancaster, PA. “Jack Bank and Tapeworm Chronicles.” (September 29, 2013).

Robertson, Randy (Associate Professor)

Robertson, R. (Author Only). Bangor Restoration Conference, Bangor University, Wales. “Censorship in the Reign of James II.” (July 2013).

Roth, Laurence D. (Professor)

Roth, L. (2014). Editor, Modern Language Studies, 43(2) (Winter 2014). New York: Northeast Modern Language Association.

Roth, L. (2013). Editor, Modern Language Studies, 43(1) (Summer 2013). New York: Northeast Modern Language Association.

Roth, L. (Presenter & Author). Forum for Undergraduate Student Editors National Conference, Davidson College, Davidson, NC. “Publishing and Editing in an Interdisciplinary Digital Age.” (November 7, 2013).

Roth, L. (Panelist). Sixteenth World Congress of Jewish Studies, World Congress of Jewish Studies, The Hebrew University, Israel. “Networks of Jewish Literature: Jewish Bookstores Online.” (July 29, 2013).

Sachdev, Rachana (Associate Professor)

Sachdev, R. (Presenter & Author). Asian Studies Development Program National Conference, East West Center, Houston, TX. “The Art and Politics of Vietnamese Post-War Novels.” (March 15, 2014).

Verhoeven, Betsy (Assistant Professor)

Verhoeven, B. (2013). “Review of A Nation of Speechifiers.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs, 16(4), 789–792.

Winans, Amy E. (Associate Professor)

Winans, A. E. (Presenter & Author). Rhetorics, Feminisms, Global Communities, Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition, Palo Alto, CA. “Feminist Contemplative Pedagogy.” (September 2013).

Zobal, Silas D. (Assistant Professor)

Zobal, S. D. (Author Only). Associated Writing Programs, Liberty Bar Reading, Seattle, WA. “The Hospital.” (March 1, 2014).

Zobal, S. D. (Author Only). Left Bank Books, Seattle, WA. “Camp of Low Angels.” (February 26, 2014).

2012-13 academic year

 

Dent, Catherine Z. (Assistant Professor)

Dent, C. “I Cut the Daisy from My Throat: Undergraduate Literary Magazines and Internal Censorship.” FUSE [Forum for Undergraduate Editors] National Conference (1 November 2012). Cabrini College, Radnor, PA.

Dent, C. “From Student to Professional: Bridging the Gap.” AWP [Association of Writers and Writing Programs] (9 March 2013). Boston, MA.

Fincke, Gary W. (Professor)

Fincke, G. “Dogs in Space.” South Carolina Review (2012).

Fincke, G. “Freaks.” Sonora Review (2012).

Fincke, G. “On the Eve of the Presidential Election.” St. Ann’s Review (2012).

Fincke, G. “The Onset.” Ocean State Review (2012).

Fincke, G. “Catching.” Arts & Letters (2013).

Fincke, G. 6 poems. Chariton Review (2013).

Fincke, G. “The Good Silver.” The Gettysburg Review (2013).

Fincke, G. The Proper Words for Sin. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Press (2013). 200.

Hubbell, John A. (Associate Professor)

Hubbell, J. “Byron: Romantic Flaneur to Romantic Bioregionalist.” 34th Annual NCSA [Nineteenth Century Studies Association] Conference (8 March 2013). Fresno, CA.

Hubbell, J. “Byron and the Nature of Culture.” NeMLA [Northeast Modern Language Association] Conference (23 March 2013). Boston, MA.

Kelsey, Karla A. (Associate Professor)

Kelsey, K. “Articulations of Artifice in the Work of Mary Jo Bang.” Eleven More American Woman Poets in the 21st Century (2012). Eds. Rankine and Sewell. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.

Kelsey, K. “Vantage of Landscape and Soft Motion.” The Arcadia Project (2012). Eds. Correy, J., Waldrep, G. Boise, ID: Boise State Ahsahta Press.

Nixon, Angelique V. (Assistant Professor)

Nixon, A. “Theorizing Homophobias in the Caribbean Project.” International Resource Network (2012). http://www.caribbeanhomophobias.org/

Nixon, A. “Saltwater Healing - A Myth Memoir and Poems.” Ed. Farmer, S. New York, NY:
Poinciana Paper Press (2013). 37.

Retief, Glen (Associate Professor)

Retief, G. “The Jack Bank.” UU [Unitarian Universalists] Book Club (5 September 2012). Northumberland, PA.

Retief, G. “Common Myths About Bullying.” (27 September 2012). Lock Haven University, Lock Haven, PA.

Retief, G. “The Jack Bank.” Frontiers Visiting Writers Series (10 October 2012). Goucher College, Towson, MD.

Retief, G. “Brandon Bitner’s Story.” Your Teen (2012). http://yourteenmag.com/2012/09/brandon-bitners-story-interview-with-mom/

Retief, G. “Novel reading and Q and A.” Brattleboro Cultural Festival (21 May 2013). Green Mountain Crossroads, Marlboro College, Brattleboro, VT.

Retief, G. “Turning Life into Art: The Craft and Healing of Literary Memoir,” Brattleboro Cultural Festival (22 May 2013). Green Mountain Crossroads, Marlboro College, Brattleboro, VT.

Retief, G. “48 Hours in the Susquehanna Valley.” Susquehanna Life (2013), ed. Spring 2013.
56-59.

Retief, G. “Brandon Bitner, We Really Never Knew You.” Tampa Bay Times (2013).
Tampa, FL. http://www.tampabay.com/news/perspective/the-legacy-of-brandon-bitner/2111807

Retief, G. “Glen Retief: Featured Author.” Jelly Bucket (2013). 4.

Retief, G. “Privacy Laws Shield Bullies.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution (2013). Atlanta, GA. http://blogs.ajc.com/get-schooled-blog/2013/01/23/privacy-laws-protect-bullies-should-we-consider-the-power-of-public-shame-to-stop-the-problem/

Roth, Laurence D. (Professor)

Roth, L. “Unpacking My Father’s Bookstore and Network Analysis.” Scholars Working Group on the Jewish Book (November 30, 2012). Center for Jewish History, New York, NY.

Roth, L. Modern Language Studies. ed. 42, vol. 1. Ed. Roth, L. New York: Northeast Modern Language Association (2012).

Roth, L. “Innovation and Orthodox Comic Books: The Case of Mahrwood Press.” MELUS [Multi-Ethnic Literatures of the United States] (2012).

Roth, L. “Respondent: Jewish American Literature Goes Global.” MLA [Modern Language Association] Annual Convention (January 2013). Boston, MA.

Sachdev, Rachana (Associate Professor)

Sachdev, R., Li, Q. Encountering China: Early Modern European Responses (2012). Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press.

Sachdev, R. “Children in Colonial Philippines: Infanticide and Slavery.” ASDP [Asian Studies Development Program] National Conference (1 March 2013). East West Center, Honolulu, HI.

Sachdev, R. “Colonial Philippines: Children and Slavery.” ASIANetwork Annual Conference (13 April 2013). Nashville, TN.

Winans, Amy E. (Associate Professor)

Winans, A. “Cultivating Critical Emotional Literacy: Cognitive and Contemplative Approaches to Engaging Difference.” College English (2012), vol. 75, no. 2. 150-170.

Zobal, Silas D. (Assistant Professor)

Zobal, S. “All of Old. Nothing Else Ever. Ever Tried. Ever Failed.” Glimmer Train Bulletin (2012). no. 65. www.glimmertrain.com/b65zobal.html

Zobal, S. “The Archimedes Palimpsest.” Breaking Away: Experimental Fiction: Missouri Review (2012). Ed. Morgan, S. 85-93.

 

2011-12 academic year

 

Bowers, Susan R. (Associate Professor)

Bowers, S. R. “Karen Armstrong’s The Case for God.” Weststar Institute, Lewisburg, PA. (September 10, 2011).

 

Dent, Catherine Z. (Assistant Professor)

Dent, C. Z. “At the Mouth.” Drunken Boat (14). http://www.drunkenboat.com/db14/2fic/dent/mouth.php. (2011).

Dent, C. Z. (Chair). “Literary Journals and the Writing Life.” Northeast Modern Languages Association, Rochester, NY.  (March 15, 2012).

 

Fincke, Gary W. (Professor)

Fincke, G. W. “After the Three-Moon Era.” The Southern Review. (2011).

Fincke, G. W. The History of Permanence. Nacogdoches, TX: Stephen F. Austin University Press. (2011).

Fincke, G. W. “The Chemistry of Entertainment.” Pleaiades. (2011).

Fincke, G. W. “The History of the Fire Escape”; “Translating the Hawk.” Prairie Schooner. (2011).

Fincke, G. W. (2011). Weepers. South Carolina Review.

 

Hubbell, John A. (Associate Professor)

Hubbell, J. Andrew. “Byron’s Nature: The Ecology of Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage I & II.” Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage Interdisciplinary Conference, DePaul University Humanities Center, Chicago, IL. (April 30, 2012).

Hubbell, J. Andrew. “Byron’s Flirtation with Natural Theology.” Nineteenth Century Studies Association, Asheville, NC. (March 22, 2012).

Hubbell, J. Andrew. “Cultural Imperialism V. Ecology: Byron’s Argument With Elgin.” 7th Annual International Byron Student Conference, The Byron Center, International Byron Society, Messolonghi, Greece. (June 20, 2011).

 

Kelsey, Karla A. (Associate Professor)

Kelsey, K. A. “Accordance.” Lana Turner. (2011).

Kelsey, K. A. “Architecture.” Sidebrow. www.sidebrow.net/posts/193-karla-kelsey-5515. (2011).

Kelsey, K. A. “Iteration Nets.” Jubilat. (2011).

Kelsey, K. A. “Poetry Reading.” Portland, OR. (August 2011).

Kelsey, K. A. “Poetry Reading.” Poet’s House Showcase, New York, NY. (July 2011).

Kelsey, K. A. “Poetry Reading.” Prague, Czech Republic. (April 2011).

Kelsey, K. A. “Poetry Reading.” Brussels, Belgium. (May 4, 2010).

Kelsey, K. A. “Conceptual Writing and Feminism.” Midwest Modern Language Association, St. Louis, MO. (November 2011).

 

Nixon, Angelique V. (Assistant Professor)

Nixon, A. V. “Audre Lorde’s Revolutionary Desire: Diaspora Travel, Queer Sexuality, and Black Liberation Politics.” Women and Society Seminar, Columbia University, New York, NY. (February 27, 2012).

Nixon, A. V. “Respondent.” Lecture Series, Department of English and Humanities Institute, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. (February 22, 2012).

Nixon, A. V. “Carnival and Resistance in Edwidge Danticat’s After the Dance.” Intersections Undergraduate Lecture, Department of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University, New York, NY. (November 30, 2011).

 

Retief, Glen (Associate Professor)

Retief, G. “Ex-Gay Versus Transgender” http://www.tampabay.com/news/perspective/ex-gay-versus-transgender/1185263. (2011).

Retief, G. “Interview with Spirit in Action.” Northern Spirit Radio. http://www.northernspiritradio.org/. (2011).

Retief, G. Friendly Vitality: Diary of a Quaking FGC-er. Quakerquaker.org. http://www.quakerquaker.org/profiles/blogs/the-quakers-are-coming-fgc-gathering-2011. (2011).

Retief, G. “Interview with Barbara DeMarco Barrett’s ‘Writers on Writing.’” KUCI-FM, Orange County, CA. http://www.barbarademarcobarrett.com/2012/01/memoirist-glen-retief/. (2011).

Retief, G. “Reading from The Jack Bank.” Wild Goose Festival, Raleigh, NC. (June 25, 2011).

 

Roth, Laurence D. (Professor)

Roth, L. “Endless War and the Image of the Jew in Spy Fiction.” Association for Jewish Studies 43rd Annual Conference, Washington, DC. (December 20, 2011).

Roth, L. (Editor), Modern Language Studies 41(2). New York: Northeast Modern Language Association. (Winter 2012).

Roth, L. (Editor). Modern Language Studies, 41(1).New York: Northeast Modern Language Association.(Summer 2011).

 

Sachdev, Rachana (Associate Professor)

NEH East West Center Grant. “NEH Institute Attendance,” $3,900.00.

 

Winans, Amy E. (Associate Professor)

Winans, A. E. “Contemplative Pedagogy and Social Transformation.” Third Annual Conference for the Association of the Contemplative Mind in Higher Education, Amherst, MA. (November 9, 2011).
Winans, A. E. “Cultivating Emotional Literacy.” 11th Annual Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, Common Ground, Cape Town, South Africa. (June 2011).

 

 

2010-11 academic year

 

Dent, Catherine Z. (Assistant Professor)

Dent, C. Z. (Panel Organizer). “Quotation and Originality.” Northeast Modern Languages Association, New Brunswick, NJ. (April 9, 2011).

Dent, C. Z. (Presenter & Author). “So You Think You’re Original, Too: On Emerson’s ‘Originality and Quotation’.” American Literature Association, Boston, MA. (May 26, 2011).

Dent, C. Z. (Presenter & Author). “They Is We, and Other Great Coming of Age Moments.” College English Association 2011, St. Petersburg, FL. (March 31, 2011).

 

Fincke, Gary W. (Professor)

Fincke, G. W. “The Barter System.” Connotation Press. (November 2010).

Fincke, G. W. “Deodand.” Alaska Quarterly Review. (October 2010).

Fincke, G. W. (Visiting Writer). “Fiction Reading.” Beloit College, Beloit, WI. (October 20, 2010).

Fincke, G. W. “For Good.” Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review. (December 2010).

Fincke, G. W. “Heredity.” Associative Press. (December 2010).

Fincke, G. W. “The Hough District.” Paterson Literary Review. (September 2010).

Fincke, G. W. “Household Hints.” Beloit Fiction Journal. (October 2010).

Fincke, G. W. “In Theory.” Connotation Press. (November 2010).

Fincke, G. W. “A Miscellany of Vanishing.” Iron Horse Literary Review. (January 2011).

Fincke, G. W. (Presenter & Author). “Poetry Reading.” Lutheran Writers Conference, Luther College, Decorah, IA. (November 4, 2010).

Fincke, G. W. “Self-Defense.” Southern Humanities Review. (March 2011).

Fincke, G. W. “Somebody, Somewhere Else.” Cimarron Review. (October 2010).

Fincke, G. W. “Three Essays.” Lake Effect. (February 2011).

Fincke, G. W. “Weepers.” Under the Sun. (October 2010).

Fincke, G. W. (Presenter & Author). “Writing About Grief.” Roanoke College, Roanoke, VA. (February 16, 2011).

 

Hubbell, John A. (Associate Professor)

Hubbell, J. Andrew. “The Ancient Mariner Goes South.” Antarctic Visions: Cultural Perspectives on the Southern Continent, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia. (June 21, 2010).

Hubbell, J. Andrew. “Green Speak: The Ecological Rhetoric Surrounding Elgin’s Marbles.” Money/Myths in the Nineteenth Century, Albuquerque, NM. (March 4, 2011).

Hubbell, J. Andrew. “ ‘It Was an Ancient Mariner’: Sir Ernest Shackleton Rewrites the Quest Romance.” Modern Language Quarterly, 71(3): 271–295. (2010).

Hubbell, J. Andrew (Presenter & Author). “Reading the Book of Nature: Cain and Geology.” International Byron Conference, Boston, MA. (July 31, 2010).

 

Kelsey, Karla A. (Associate Professor)

Kelsey, K. A. Iteration Nets. Boise, ID: Boise State Ahsahta Press. (2010).

Kelsey, K. A. “Poetry Reading.” Brussels, Belgium. (May 4, 2010–Present).

Kelsey, K. A. “Teaching Writing Through the Sonnet Tradition.” In Joshua M. Wilkinson (Ed.), Poets on Teaching: A Sourcebook, Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press. (2010).

 

Retief, Glen (Assistant Professor)

Retief, G. “Arizona Flirts With Apartheid.” Pittsburgh, PA:Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. (August 1, 2010).

Retief, G. (Presenter & Author). “The Jack Bank.” Under the Radar: Virginia Tech Reading Series, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. (April 21, 2011).

Retief, G. “Judge Walker’s Prop 8 Ruling and the Foolishness of Crowds.” Pam’s House Blend: Front Page Selection. (August 16, 2010).

Retief, G. “On Being a Minority, Hazed.” St. Petersburg, FL: St. Petersburg Times. (October 3, 2010).

Retief, G. “Populist Backlash Is Related to the Economy.” Harrisburg Patriot-News. (August 22, 2010).

Retief, G. “What Glen Retief Knows.” Inside Higher Ed. (February 17, 2011).

 

Roth, Laurence D. (Professor)

Roth, L. (Presenter & Author). “The Case of Modern Language Studies.” Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles. (January 8, 2011).

Roth, L. “Drawing Contracts: Will Eisner’s Legacy.” In A. David Lewis & Christine Hoff (Eds.), Graven Images: Religion in Comic Books and Graphic Novels (pp. 44–62). New York and London: Continuum. (2010).

Roth, L. (Presenter & Author). “Jewish Bookselling on the Internet: Marketing Jewish Literacy.” Association for Jewish Studies 42nd Annual Conference, Boston, MA. (December 21, 2010).

Roth, L., Longaker, J., & Nagy, S. “The Holocaust.” In Eric Michael Mazur (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Religion and Film (pp. 225–231). Santa Barbara, CA; Denver, CO; Oxford, England: ABC-CLIO. (2011).

Roth, L. (Editor). Modern Language Studies, 40(1). New York: Northeast Modern Language Association.(Summer 2010).

Roth, L. “Unpacking My Father’s Bookstore.” In Sheila Jelen, Michael Kramer, & L. Scott Lerner (Eds.), Modern Jewish Literatures: Intersections and Boundaries (pp. 280–302). Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. (2010).

 

Sachdev, Rachana (Associate Professor)

ASIANetwork and Freeman Foundation Grant. “Street Children in Nepal,” $25,785.00.

Sachdev, R. “Contextualizing Female Infanticide: Ming China in Early Modern European Travelogues.” ASIANetwork Exchange. (Fall 2010).

Sachdev, R., “Representations of Infanticide in China and Japan in Early Modern European Travelogues.” Asian Studies Development Program National Conference, East-West Center, Honolulu, HI. (July 1, 2010).

Sachdev, R., Libhart, G. (Presenter & Author), & Harrington, C. (Presenter & Author), “Street Children in Nepal.” ASIANetwork Annual Conference, Chicago, IL. (April 16, 2011).

 

Verhoeven, Betsy (Assistant Professor)

Verhoeven, B. (Presenter & Author). “Sentiment in African-American Newspaper Rhetoric During the Revolutionary War.” International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Bologna, Italy. (September 2010).

 

Winans, Amy E. (Associate Professor)

Winans, A. E. “Book Review: Scott Slawinski (Ed.). Sukey Vickery. Emily Hamilton and Other Writings. Routledge: Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 39(8): 901–904. (2010).

Winans, A. E. (Presenter & Author). “Contemplative Approaches to Emotional Literacy and Difference.” Second Annual Association for the Contemplative Mind in Higher Education Conference, Amherst, MA. (September 26, 2010).

Winans, A. E. “Cultivating Racial Literacy in White, Segregated Settings: Emotions as Site of Ethical Engagement and Inquiry.” Curriculum Inquiry, 40(3): 475–491. (2010).

 

Zobal, Silas D. (Assistant Professor)

Zobal, S. D. “ ‘Immature Poets Borrow: Mature Poets Steal’: The Archeology of Originality.” Northeast Modern Language Association 2011 Convention, New Brunswick, NJ. (April 7, 2011).

Zobal, S. D. (Chair/Discussant). “The North American Review and the Making of American Literature.” 2011 American Literature Association Conference, Boston, MA. (May 27, 2011).

Zobal, S. D. “Wretchedness.” North American Review, 295(3): 15–20. (2010).



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