Where I’ll Be, Online and Off: Summer 2016

It’s been a busy end of the semester:  wrapping up classes, the inauguration of a new president at Widener, several days of faculty development workshops (including a discussion of reimagining promotion and tenure featuring NAC&U colleague David Saloman, from the Sage Colleges). I’m particularly proud of the students in ENGL 301: Methods of Literary Study—they… Read More Where I’ll Be, Online and Off: Summer 2016

A Contract for Literary Couples and 20th-Century Life Writing

Bloomsbury has offered a contract for “Literary Couples and 20th-Century Life Writing: Narrative and Intimacy.”  This project has been in the works a long time, and has taken on a variety of shapes in my mind.  I’m thrilled it might now actually, finally see the light of day.  (Sidebar:  this post showed up in my… Read More A Contract for Literary Couples and 20th-Century Life Writing

MSA 17: Teaching Modernist Women and Thinking Back Through Our Mothers

(I don’t usually do this, but I’m cross-posting between my blog and the MLA Commons site that’s currently the hub for developing “Options for Teaching Modernist Women’s Writing in English.”  I wanted to do a reflection on MSA anyway, and I’m glad to share it here for any readers interested in possibly sending a submission for… Read More MSA 17: Teaching Modernist Women and Thinking Back Through Our Mothers