LARC History, since 2005
2012 - 2013
Katie Kane ( Associate Professor of English): “Palestine on the Ground: Zionism and the Reduction of the West Bank.”
Benedicte Boisseron (Associate Professor of French, MCLL): "After Jacques Derrida: The Creole Animal Question."
Jennifer Lodine-Chaffey (M.A. Literature candidate): "Assertions of Individuality at the Scaffold: Executions of Tudor Nobility.”
Robert Seidman (Visiting Scholar): "The Pleasures and Challenges of Joyce's Ulysses.”
2011 - 2012
Linda Woodbridge (Visiting Professor and Professor Emeritus of English, Penn St. University): “Why Did They Adore Revenge?”
John Hunt (Associate Professor of English): “A New Website for Joyce’s Ulysses?”
Nancy Cook (Associate Professor of English): "Living and Working in a Man's World: Women and Glacier National Park, 1910-1988"
Ashby Kinch (Assoc. Prof. of English): “The Mediating Image of Death in late Medieval Culture”
Adrianna Ely (M.A. Literature candidate): “The Global Garden: Transnational Bioregionalisms in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Gardens in the Dunes”
Kate Shanley (Professor of Native American Studies): "Indigenous Intellectualisms: Activism in the Time Warp”
2010 - 2011
Patrick Cheney (Distinguished Alumnus, Penn State University): "'The forms of things unknown': English Authorship and the Early Modern Sublime"
Chris Comer (Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences) and Ashley Taggart (IES Abroad Director, Dublin): "Plurabilities: Brain, Mind and the Imagination and Anglo-Irish Literature"
Benjamin Adams (M.A. candidate, English): "'Yet another artifact leached out of the earth': Style, Character and the Texture of Death in Cormac McCarthy's Suttree"
Nat Levtow (Assitant Professor of Liberal Studies): "'You Have Burned this Scroll': The Production and Destruction of Texts in the Bible and the Ancient World"
CHANGE: This Colloquium will be held at 4:30pm.
John Glendening (Professor of English): “Science, Religion, and Ichthyosaurs in the Victorian Postmodern Past”
Louise Economides (Associate Professor of English): "Romantic Wonder and Sublime Pollution in Postmodern Art"
2009 - 2010
A.J. Jackson (M.A. Literature candidate): "The Meaning of Pain: Coming of Age in McCarthyÂ´s Border Trilogy"
Lisa Simon (Visiting Professor of English): "Materials and Myths: The Anthropoetics of H.D."
Ruth Vanita (Professor of Liberal Studies): "â€˜The Joys of Delhi:â€™ Female Urbanity in Early 19thâ€“Century Urdu Poetry"
Debra Earling (Professor of English): "The Lost Journals of Sacajawea"
Heather Bruce (Professor of English) and David Moore (Professor of English): "The Rhetorics and Poetics of Peacebuilding"
2008 - 2009
Angelica Lawson (Assistant Professor of Native American Studies): "Resistance and Resilience in the Poetry of Tohono O´odham Writer Ofelia Zepeda"
Jill Bergman (Associate Professor English): "‘Sometimes I feel like a motherless child’: Motherhood and Nation in the Novels of Pauline Hopkins"
Katie Kane (Associate Professor English): "Reading Georgio Agamben´s State of Exception"
Brady Harrison (Professor of English): "‘man´s meat ain´t proper meat’: The Big Sky, Cannibalism, and the Clap"
Lynn Itagaki (Assistant Professor of English): "Civility, Proximity, Intimacy"
Brian Blanchfield (Visiting Professor of English): "The Prospect Poem and Google Earth: Aerial View and Vantage in Romantic and Contemporary Poetic Composition"
Eric Reimer (Assistant Professor English): "Post–Imperial Cartography in Eoin McNamee´s Resurrection Man"
2007 - 2008
Chris Knight (Professor of English): "Omissions are not Accidents"
Yvonne Hammond (M.A. Literature candidate), "Taming the Wild: An Examination of Canadian Identity Formation and the Environment Through the Voice of Ann–Marie MacDonald"
April 11 Benedicte Boisseron (Assistant Professor of French): "Love Speech in the Literature from the French Antilles"
2006 - 2007
Heather Bruce (Professor of English): "I´d Rather Teach Peace: A Case for Feminist Peace Rhetorics."
Nancy Cook (Professor of English): "Martha Stewart in the Wilderness?: Women in the National Parks"
Michael Lukas (M.A. Literature candidate): "Prospects for a Nietzschean Ecology"
Robert Stubblefield (Lecturer, Dept. of English): "By Some Gliding Stream: Walton, Wordsworth and the Riverscape Legacy of the Aesthetic."
2005 - 2006
Dr. Lynn Itagaki (Assistant Professor of English): "Unmassing the Media, Securing the Suburbs: From the 1992 Los Angeles Uprising to Post–9/11."
David Moore (Associate Professor of English): "From Genocide to the Seventh Generation: Sherman Alexie Rewriting America."
Casey Charles (Associate Professor of English): "Dramatizing Law´s Fictions: Straight Jury for a Gay Murder in Mann´s Execution of Justice"
Lydia Willoughby (M.A.–Literature candidate), "‘Bookaneers’: Literary Property and Authorship in Antebellum America."
Louise Economides (Assistant Professor of English)
Desiree Cromwell and Erin Hendel (M.A. Literature candidates)
Rob Browning (Visiting Professor of English)