One of the things I’m very excited about at the moment is the work proceeding on “Options for Teaching Modernist Writers in English,” a volume in development for the Modern Language Association Options for Teaching series. Already receiving great ideas: visit the blog for resources, updates, and conversation.
I’ll also be at the Modernist Studies Association conference in November; I’ve signed up for a seminar on feminist modernist studies as well as Helen Sword’s writing workshop, so hoping to get work done on the MLA prospectus. I’ll be speaking on a roundtable focused on women writers of the Second World War, too. Get in touch if you’d like to meet up.
On campus, it’s that time again: Middle States re-accreditation. I’m working on that, including managing the blog that provides news and updates to the campus community. Check it out if you’re feeling wonky.
Something I’m very excited about here at Widener English: one of my colleagues is hosting these year’s national conference for undergraduate editors, FUSE. It’s going to be a blast. Involved with student editors? Check out the CFP, deadline Sept. 14. Interested in whatever else we might be doing at Widener English? Stop by our blog.
Finally, I’ve been asked to join the Communications Committee for The Spruce Foundation, a philanthropic organization in Philly. Looking forward to getting more involved with my city!