Recent Graduate Courses “Literary Studies”“Affect Studies, Gender, and Sexuality” (for the Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies Program)“Affect Studies and U. Culture”“Theories of Gender and Sexuality” (for the Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies Program)“Affect Studies and U. Culture”“History of Criticism”“The Novel: Texts and Theory”“Ethics and Literature”“The Enlightenment and U. Literature” Recent Undergraduate Courses Senior Seminar, “Feeling Literary: Readerly Emotions, Literary Genres, and Literary Value”“Detective Fiction”“American Literature to 1860”“Emergence of Modern America”“Introduction to Critical Reading”“Literature and the Contemporary”Junior Seminar, “History and Representation” Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Steering Committee I can hardly describe to you the effect of these books.
They produced in me an infinity of new images and feelings, that sometimes raised me to ecstasy, but more frequently sunk me into the lowest dejection.
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Bielefeld University, Germany, June 2016.“Literary Topographies and the Scale of Environmental Justice.” Invited Plenary Speaker.
Rethinking Globalization and the Challenges of Scale: Interdisciplinary Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences.” North Carolina State University.
I'm the author of These projects have been supported by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Council of Learned Societies, the Davis Humanities Institute, the Creative Capital/Andy Warhol Foundation's Arts Writers Program, Stanford's Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, the UC Humanities Research Institute, and the Obama Institute for Transnational American Studies. theses on topics such as literary stagings of hotel spaces; queer temporality in fictions of the American "West"; intersections of temporality and vulnerability in nineteenth-century America; Indigenous representations of nuclearism and climate crisis; nineteenth-century narratives of race and disability; literary regionalism's alignments of gender, sexuality, and space; the aesthetics of race, space, and urban planning; and narratives about social reproduction under conditions of forced migration.
and the Broadview Anthology of American Literature, the Executive Council of the American Literature Society, and the Executive Committee of the MLA's forum for Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Online, peer-reviewed exhibit and essay funded and published by the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, University of Munich, Germany. 2014.“California’s Racial Ecologies.” Co-organizer and co-convener (with Sarah Wald) of a post-conference workshop for faculty and Ph D students.
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The Project Staff realizes that our digital archive of the tables of contents of anthologies and histories 1829-2017 and of selected book covers is far from complete, but it is the most complete digital or print archive of this nature available and, as I argue below, it offers many opportunities for examining the evolution of the American literary canon and representations of American culture. The exciting discoveries and re-discoveries in women’s, ethnic, genre, and culture studies of the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s finally struck the death knell to the Established Canon by radically changing the contents of American literary anthologies and histories in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s.