Department of English

Graduate

Professional Activity

Publications and Conferences


Kristi Castleberry

(selected achievements)

"A Garden in the Wilderness: Locating Female Authority in the Digby Mary Magdalene." Mary Magdalene in Medieval Culture: Conflicted Roles. Ed. Peter Loewen and Robin Waugh. Routledge, forthcoming March 2013.

Review: Joanne Findon, Lady, Hero, Saint: The Digby Play’s Mary Magdalene. Forthcoming in Fifteenth-Century Studies 38 (2013).

"Devils in the Bridal Chamber: Violent Unions in The King of Tars." Love, Friendship, Marriage. Ed. Raffaele Florio and Aniesha R. Andrews. Weston, MA: The Public Heritage Institute at Regis College, 2012.

"Joan of Arc: An Annotated Bibliography for Teachers." The Once and Future Classroom 6.2 (fall 2008).

"Reading between the Waves: Narratives of Land and Sea in Chaucer’s Man of Law’s Tale." The 18th Biennial Congress of the New Chaucer Society. Portland, OR. July 2012.

"Written on the River: Malory’s Elaine of Astolat and Embodied Authority." 23rd Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society. University of Bristol. Bristol, UK. July 2011.

"Sailing the Little John: John Ward and Legitimizing Outlaw Space." Outlaw/ed Spaces: Constructing and Reconstructing the Medieval "Other Within": The Eighth Biennial Conference of the International Association for Robin Hood Studies. University of Hull. Beverley, UK. July 2011.


Daniel Hutchins

(selected achievements)

"'Y el Cielo Como Bandera': Tropicália and the Question of Brazilian Exceptionalism in the New Latin American Diaspora." Expanding Latinidad: Other Latinos. Ed. Luz Kirschner. LIT Verlag. October 2011.

"Montaigne, Fronterista." Journal of Transnational American Studies.

"The Land that Bears Fruit Before Flowers: Prophecy, History and National Self-Fashioning in Joseph Smith’s The Book of Mormon." C19 Conference. University of California. Berkeley. April 2012.

"Montaigne, Skepticism and Border Thinking." Invited Lecture. Triad Early Modern Reading Group. Wake Forest University. April 2011.

"Eating the Flesh of Jesus Christ Raw (and Other Interpretive Dilemmas) in Jean de Léry’s History of a Voyage to the Land of Brazil.” Invited Lecture. Wayne State University. February 2011.

"Writing in/as Witnessing in Jean de Léry’s History of a Voyage to the Land of Brazil." Atlantic World Literacies Conference. University of North Carolina at Greensboro. October 2010.

"'Y el Cielo Como Bandera': Tropicália and the Question of Brazilian Exceptionalism in the 'New' Latin American Diaspora." The American Comparative Literature Association. New Orleans, LA. April 2010.


Scott O'Neil

"'Dolors for thy daughters': The Fool as the Ideal Yet Ignored Foolmaster in King Lear." New York College English Association Conference. Utica, NY. 2011.

"From Page to Stage and Back Again: The Folger Shakespeare Philosophy in the Composition Classroom." Northeast Modern Language Assocation Conference. Rochester, NY. 2012.

"'Some delightful ostentation': Social Boundaries and the Pedantic Fool in Love's Labour's Lost." College English Association Conference. Richmond, VA. 2012.

"'And the children of Israel again did evil in the sight of the LORD': Medieval Judicial Tropes and the Characterization of Pilate in the York Cycle." New York College English Association Conference. Buffalo, NY. 2012.


Sharon Rhodes

"Translating Nostalgia in The Seafarer." New Chaucer Society Conference. 2012.

"Win of Wunderfatum." International Congress on Medieval Studies. Scheduled for 2013.


Nikolaus Wasmoen

"Publishing a 'fighting spirit': Marianne Moore in the Little Magazines during WWI." Modern Print Activism in the United States. Ed. Rachel Schreiber. Ashgate, forthcoming April 2013.

"Complicated Correspondence: Editing the Letters That William Blake Did Not Write." Association for Documentary Editing Annual Meeting. Charlottesville, VA. August 2012.

"Crossing the Atlantic in Print during WWI: H.D., Marianne Moore, and The Egoist." Midwest Modern Language Association. Chicago, IL. November 2010.


Pamela Yee

"Arthurian Resources: An Annotated Bibliography for Teachers." The Once and Future Classroom 10.2 (fall 2012).


Peter Zogas

"Charles W. Chesnutt, William A. Dunning, and the Contested Legacy of Reconstruction." South Atlantic Modern Language Association. Durham, N.C. November 2012.

"Emerson and the Dissatisfactions of Progress." Futures of American Studies Institute Works-in-Progress Seminar. Dartmouth College. Hanover, N.H. June 2012.

"Hawthorne’s 'Legends of the Province House': Narrative Visibility and the Politics of Historical Representation." Northeast Modern Language Association. Montreal, Quebec. April 2010.

External Fellowships Received


Sarah Bunker

Folger Shakespeare Library, Folger Institute Travel Grant, awarded June 2012 for 2012-13 academic year
Purpose: attend 2012-13 Folger Institute year-long dissertation seminar, "Researching the Archive"


Daniel Helm

Cornell School of Criticism and Theory, awarded spring 2012 for summer 2012
Purpose: attend CSCT seminar, "Philosophy of the Passions, Rhetorics of Affect," directed by John Brenkman


Nicholas Knopf

Folger Shakespeare Library, Folger Institute Travel Grant, awarded January 2012 for late spring 2012
Purpose: attend late spring 2012 Folger Institute seminar, "Thinking the Revolution: American Political Thought, 1763-1789," directed by Eric Nelson


Joseph Lamperez

Cornell School of Criticism and Theory, awarded spring 2012 for summer 2012
Purpose: attend CSCT seminar, "Miracles, Events, Effects," directed by Hent de Vries

Folger Shakespeare Library, Folger Institute Travel Grant, awarded June 2012 for September 2012
Purpose: attend September 2012 Folger Institute conference, "Early Modern Cities in Comparative Perspective"


Amanda Lang

Folger Shakespeare Library, Folger Institute Travel Grant, awarded December 2010 for spring 2011
Purpose: attend spring 2011 Folger Institute Master's seminar, "Researching the Archive"


Justine (Ali) McGhee

NINES (Nineteenth-Century Scholarship Online) Fellowship, awarded December 2011 for summer 2012
Purpose: attend "Multimedia: Design for Visual, Auditory, and Interactive Electronic Environments," 2012 Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI), University of Victoria, June 2-8, 2012

Carl H. Pforzheimer Research Grant, awarded December 2010 for research conducted in December 2011
Purpose: conduct primary source research at the National Library of Kingston, Jamaica

Cornell School of Criticism and Theory, awarded spring 2010 for summer 2010
Purpose: attend CSCT seminar, "Digital Discourse: Art, Theory, Archive," directed by Timothy Murray

Susan Tane Graduate Student Travel Grant, Poe Studies Association, awarded 2009
Purpose: attend the Third International Edgar Allan Poe Conference: The Bicentennial, October 8-11, 2009


Lisa Vandenbossche

Folger Shakespeare Library, Folger Institute Travel Grant, awarded September 2012 for spring 2013
Purpose: attend spring 2013 Folger Institute seminar, "Law as Politics in England and the Empire, ca. 1600-1830," directed by Paul Halliday


Nikolaus Wasmoen

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) travel funds, awarded for summer 2013
Purpose: attend NEH seminar, "Taking TEI Further: Teaching with TEI," hosted by the Women Writers Project, Brown University, August 21-23, 2013

Dissertation research travel funds through the University of Rochester's Sproull Fellowship, awarded spring 2013
Purpose: conduct primary source research at the Beinecke Library in New Haven and the Rosenbach Museum and Library in Philadelphia

Association for Documentary Editing (ADE), awarded for summer 2012
Purpose: attend ADE 2012 summer editorial institute and present at the annual ADE meeting after the Institute


Laura Whitebell

Cornell School of Criticism and Theory, awarded spring 2013 for summer 2013
Purpose: attend CSCT seminar, "Dwelling | Telling | Selling: Contemporary Design Topographies," directed by Julia Reinhard Lupton


Peter Zogas

George Mills Harper Travel Grant, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, awarded 2012
Purpose: attend South Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference, November 9-11, 2012

Cornell School of Criticism and Theory, awarded spring 2011 for summer 2011
Purpose: attend CSCT seminar, "Theorizing Modernism: Philosophy and Criticism," directed by Robert Pippin and David Wellbery