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Where to Find Me this Semester, Online and Off

We start back at Widener next week — the courses I’m offering can be found here.

I’ll be traveling a bit, too:

  • In February I’ll be co-facilitating a workshop at AAC&U in New Orleans with some colleagues on our recent work in general education at Widener, focusing on the assessment of writing.
  • In March I’ll be traveling to Washington, DC for Humanities Advocacy Day: meeting with Hill staffers and learning more about the state of the humanities in the public square.
  • Also in March: heading to Richmond for the College English Association’s annual conference.  I’ll be speaking on Emmanuel Levinas’ Carnets de Captivité and the borders between life writing and theory.
  • And in early summer…I’ll be on a panel at the Space Between conference at Brown University, speaking on Sylvia Townsend Warner and Valentine Ackland:  “Love in the Archives.”

You can always find me over at University of Venus, too!

Where to Find Me This Semester, Online and Off

Welcome to the new and improved website.

This fall I’ll be in Buffalo for the Modernist Studies Association annual conference:  Thursday at the seminar “The Emotional Life of Modernism,” and Sunday speaking on the panel “Modernism and Ethics,” organized by Stephen Ross.  I’ll be presenting on my current work, about which more here.

In the past few months I’ve also had blog posts up at The Comics Grid, ProfHacker, and University of Venus/Inside Higher Ed/Guardian UK.