Summary of WFU Faculty Information Forms
Troy and Siobhan Piercy.” Women Emerging: A Decade of Irish Feminist Scholarship. Ed. Rebecca Pelan and Alan Hayes.
(With Jefferson Holdridge)
English translation of Eugenio Montale’s “La Madre di Bobi.” Poetry
Review: Linda Connolly, The Irish Women’s Movement: From Revolution to Devolution.
Review: “Sensibility to Nature in Richard Wright’s Haiku.” Mississippi Quarterly
Review: “Suffering a Sea Change: Marilyn French’s the Woman’s Room and the Quest for a Modernist Female Identity.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature
Entry on Caroline Gordon for Southern Literary Biography
“whose will be done.” African American Review (Fall 2005).
“A Saint in Our Family.” The Catholic Digest (November 2005).
“A Saint in the Family.” Abassador, quarterly magazine of the National Italian American Foundation (Spring 2006).
“Follow the Gondoliers.” US Airways Magazine (May 2006).
“The Napoleonic Code.” Delta Sky Magazine (May 2006).
DeShazer, Mary K.
Fractured Borders: Reading Women’s Cancer Literature.
“’Lifting Each Other Off Our Knees’: South African Women’s Poetry of Resistance,
1980-1989.” Cold War Literature: Writing
the Global Conflict, ed. Andrew Hammond.
“What We Talk About When We Talk About Beloved.” Modern Fiction Studies 52.2, 2006.
Review: “Turning Up the Flame.” MELUS, 2006.
Juniper Street. Gallery Press, March 2006.
Poems included in Modern Women Poets Anthology.
Featured Poet: Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 28. 2 (Fall 2005).
Featured Poet: Poetry Daily website: ‘Re-gifting’ and ‘Parnell’, 17 December 2005.
“Cubs.” Scéalta – Stories by Irish Women Writers.
Review: Derek Mahon’s Harbour Lights. Irish Times, 6 January 2006.
Featured Poet: Poetry Daily website: ‘The Game of Tennis in Irish History’, 2 February 2006.
“Quoits.” Times Literary Supplement, 25 March 2006.
Short Introductory essay to Chidiock Tichborn’s ‘Elegy’, Poetry Daily Website, 4 April 2006.
“Ghosts.” Guardian newspaper,
“The Return.” A Public Space Literary Magazine Issue 2 (June 2006).
- King Kong and Irish Genealogy.”
No 23 (Summer 2006).
March 2006: Poetry
February 2006: Poetry
August 2005: Poetry Workshop
“Spenser out of His Stanza.” Style 39.3 (2005): 316-35
Review: Roger Apfelbaum, Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida. Shakespeare Bulletin (2005)
Review: Derek Attridge, The Singularity of Literature. Shakespeare Bulletin (2006)
Edited and introduced The WFU Series of Irish Poetry: Volume 1, 2005.
“Reclaiming the Wilderness: Nature and Perception in Caitríona O’Reilly.” Etudes Irlandais (May 2006).
Home: the Postcolonial Aesthetics of Irish Poetry from Beckett to McGuckian.” Back to the Future-Forward to the Past. Eds. Patricia Lynch
and Joachim Fischer,
“Well Dreams: Essays on John Montague, Edited by Thomas Dillon Redshaw,
“Cratylus’ Finger.” Mindfire (April 2006).
“Lore.” Arabesques: Cultures and Reviews Vol. 02, Issue 01 (Winter 2006).
“Apocrypha.” LiNQ (Literature in
Theory,” “By the
“Return.” The New Formalist Volume V, Number 2 (2005).
“Living on the Margin: Alexander Pope and the Rural Ideal” Studies in the Literary Imagination 38. 1 (Spring 2005): 15-38.
47 article reviews to The Scriblerian, XXXVII, 2, and XXXVIII, 1, (Spring and Autumn, 2005).
Kuberski, Philip F.
Foreword to Adi
Da, The Mummery Book.
Bradstreet," "Sarah Helen Whitman," "Frances Sargent Osgood," and "Elizabeth Oakes
"Invocation," and "No Safe Words." disClosure: a journal of social theory 14 (2005).
“Creature Features.” Virginia Quarterly Review (Winter 2006): 132-148.
Features.” Before: Short Stories About
Pregnancy From Our Top Writers. Eds. Heather Swain and Emily Franklin.
“The New Year.” Behind the Short Story: From First Draft to Final Draft, by Todd
James Pierce and Ryan Van Cleave.
“The First of Your Last Chances.” Sex and
Chocolate. Eds. Richard Peabody and Linda Ebersole.
“A review of The
Reasons I Won’t Be Coming by Elliot Perlman.”
“I Want a New Drug: a review of Indecision by Benjamin Kunkel.”
“A Rush to Nowhere in Particular: a review of The Washington Story by Adam
April 2006: Fiction
September 2005: Fiction
"Not ‘an American first--he could be an artist first': Faulkner, the Individual Artist Versus the Public Man.” William Faulkner Society Archives, American Literature Association William Faulkner Society sessions 2005.
Assisted in writing and research: Nurture Nature, Nurture Health, by Mitchell L. Gaynor, M.D. October 2005
Fiction, a collection of original poems.
“The Yew by Beech.”Poetry
“Enthusiasms – John Masefield.” Poetry (March 2006)
Review: “Derek Mahon’s Harbour Lights.” Poetry
Essay: “The Modern Pastoral Elegy.” Poetry – Humor Issue (July/August 2005)
“The Narrator.” Harper’s (July 2005)
17 June 2006: Poetry
February 2006: Poetry
17 November 2005: Poetry
August 2005: Poetry
Lees) “Anglo-Saxon Horizons: Place of the Mind in the Northumbrian Landscape.”
“Swords and Signs: Dynamic Semeiosis in Beowulf.” ThePostmodern Beowulf: A Critical Casebook, ed Eileen Joy, Mary Ramsey with Bruce Gilchrist (West Virginia University Press, 2006) Reprint of Chapter Two of Language, Sign and Gender in Beowulf (Southern Illinois University Press, 1990).
Lighted Windows: Place in John Banville’s Fiction.”
“‘Not a son but a survivor’: Beckett… Joyce… Banville.” Yearbook of English Studies “Irish Writing since 1950” Vol. 35 (2005): 199-211.
“Maud Ellman’s Elizabeth Bowen: The Shadow Across the Page.” Irish Studies Review. 14: 2 (2006).
“The Unbearable Alterity of the Other(s): Elke D’hoker’s Visions of Alterity: Representation in the Works of John Banville.” European Journal of English Studies. April 2006.
“Spectres of Benjamin.” Textual Practice 19.4 (2005): 415-443.
“Dare to Dream.” The Guardia. Oct. 26, 2005.
“The Death of Poignancy.” Parallax 10.3 (2004): 99-112.
“Fractile Theory.” Clio 34.3 (2004): 64-80.
2 November 2005: “Hypothetical Universities,” Conference and web-collaboration between University of Southampton, Ball State University, University of Iowa, and Free University of Copenhagen.
Lecture, “Countersexuality in Proust”
Lecture, “Gothic Remains in Japanese Constructions of Sexuality,”
Lecture, “Art in the 60s,”
Lecture, “Art in the 60s,”
January 2005: Keynote Lecture, European Forum for Philosophy, “Specters of Benjamin.”
Keynote Lecture, Future of Comp. Lit.;
“Partly Writing, Partly Something Else,” Party Writing Conference, University
Lecture, “Lacan’s Anxiety Seminar,”
“Moviegoing and Golem-Making: The Case of Blade Runner.” Journal of Film and Video Vol. 57, No. 3 (Fall 2005).
“Hermetic Melancholia and the Suffering of Androids.” Esoterica: The Journal
Vol. 8 (Spring 2006).
“Shelley and the
Poetics of Glaciers.” The
Paper: “Maeve Brennan and ‘The Barrel of Rumours.’” 2005 International Meeting of IASIL
Association for the Study of Irish Literature), “
Paper: “Before the
Great Hunger: Sidney Owenson’s novels.” An Gorta Mór:
Great Hunger—Representation and
16-17 September 2005.
Co-organized with Lynn Book a panel of faculty and students on “Voice and Its Bodies.”
“Creative Action—Gender and the Arts” Conference. UNCG, 31 March 2006.
Paper: “Philomela and Echo Metamorphosed.” “Creative Action-Gender and the Arts”
Paper: “Maeve Brennan's Transnational Identity and the Aesthetics of the Gift." Conference
on “Transnational Feminisms.”
Paper: “Lady Morgan and the Abject in the Great 'O' Novel. " National ACIS (American
Conferencefor the study of Irish Literature).
Secretary of Permanent Session: “American Literature I:
Literature to 1870.”
Presentation: “Ralph Waldo Emerson: Reading Emerson’s
Essays.” NEH, Summer Seminar,
DeShazer, Mary K.
Paper: “Virginia Woolf, Rapture, and
Contemporary Women’s Cancer Fiction.” Modernist Studies Association Annual
Paper: “American Jewish Frontier
Literature and the New Pluralism.” American Culture Association Conference,
Paper: “Idioms of Hamlet.” Shakespeare
Association of America annual meeting,
Paper: “To Build a Stanza: Spenser’s
Poetic Development from The Shepheardes Calender to The Faerie Queene.”
41st International Congress on Medieval Studies,
Paper: “The Taste of Rosalind: Poetic
Evaluation in The Shepheardes Calender and As
You Like It.” “Spenser’s Civilizations,” Fourth
International Spenser Society Conference,
“Lady Morgan’s Allegories of Union.” National ACIS,
Paper: “Landscape, Nature, and Original
Sin in William Carleton’s ‘Wildgoose Lodge’ and The
Black Prophet.”” Southern ACIS,
“Great Hunger, Unspeakable Home: Landscape, Nature and Original Sin.” Annual Conference
on the Irish Famine,
“Nature and Landscape in the Myth of Oisin.” IASIL
(International Association for the Study of Irish Literature) Conference,
Panel participant: “’Thrice able Critics, and fellow-labourers’: Reviewing Eighteenth-Century Scholarship” Annual Meeting of the Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Athens, Georgia, 2-4 March 2006.
Panel participant: “Mentoring.”
Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies,
Organizer, Chair, and Panel participant: “Joyce, Culture, Adaptation.”
James Joyce Symposium,
Paper: “The Husband’s Dilemma: Adaptation and Joycean Marriage.”
James Joyce Symposium,
Kuberski, Philip F.
Public Lecture: “The
Anxious Image: Photography and Poetry in the 1960’s.”
Paper: “Eucalypse and Apocalypse: Prophetic Semiology
Paper: “A German Fear, This Fear: Alfred Hitchcock’s Gothic Confessional.” “Image of Power” Conference, Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery, Colorado Springs, CO, March 2006.
Chair and Panel Participant: “Grow Up!:
Writing from the Adolescent’s Point-of-View.” Associated Writing Program Annual
Paper: “Two Workshops: ‘The Third Element in Fiction’ and
Paper: “Humor in Writing.”
Paper: "Nodding Over Emerson: Kate Chopin and
the Relevance of Emersonian Transcendentalism in a
Post-Romantic Age." Ralph Waldo Emerson Society Session: Emerson and Later
19th-Century Writers, American Literature Association 17th
Presentation: “Beowulf and Translation.” Medieval Seminar, King’s
Panel Chair: Judith. “Anglo-Saxon Futures” Conference,
Paper: “‘But it matters deeply’:
Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet and the Ambience of Exile.” 34th
Annual Twentieth-Century Literature Conference,
Paper: “‘Making Ready for Death’:
Walter Pater and Posthumous Moment of ‘Dante Gabriel Rossetti.’” Midwest
Victorian Studies Association Conference,
Paper: “‘Winter Variants’: Durrell’'s Quarry Books and Typescripts for Justine at
the British Library.” On Miracle Ground XIV: The International
Presentation: “Nostalgia in Early
and Late Bertolucci.” Mountain Interstate Foreign
Language Conference (MIFLC),
Paper: “Thoreau’s Ironic
Optics.” The Annual Gathering of the
Paper: “Thoreau’s Analogical
Science.” The Annual Gathering of the
Annual Back to the Classroom Alumnae Lecture: “Poetry,
Ecology, and Some New Ways of Looking at Ice.”
Edited (with Dr. Moynagh
Sullivan) The Irish Review 35—Special Issue on Irish Feminisms (Spring
International editorial advisory board, Virtually Ireland, an e-journal of Irish Studies,
Co-Editor, IMEJ: Interactive Multimedia Journal of Computer-Enhanced Learning through spring 2006.
External Reviewer, English
Ettin, Andrew V.
Chair, Ohalah Rabbinic Conference Scholarship Committee
Guest Editor, Philip Roth Studies (special issue “Philip Roth and Race”)
Co-Editor, The Scriblerian
Advisory Editor, New Perspectives on the Eighteenth Century
Member of Editorial Board of Contributors, The Business Journal
Member, The Author’s Guild
Co-organizer, “Anglo-Saxon Futures” Conference.
Referree, Articles submitted to Eighteenth-Century Studies and European Romantic Review
Review Board Member, New Chaucer Society
Chair, Executive Committee, MLA section on Middle English, excluding Chaucer
Senior Researcher, The Complete Writings and Pictures of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Hypermedia Research Archive
Associate Editor, AGORA: Online Graduate Humanities Journal
Member, Executive Committee, The International
Associate Editor, Innovate
$ 800 “Everett Helm Visiting Fellowship for resident research in its rare
books and manuscript collection.” Lilly Library at
$ 1,200 “Dillon
Johnston Writers Reading Series.”
$ 8,000 “
Johnston Writers Reading Series (Mullen).”
$400 plus “Dillon
Johnston Writers Reading Series (Armitage).”
refreshments Brown Ale
and Persecutions in Early Modern
Selected by the Golden Key Honor Society for the Faculty Appreciation Dinner, Spring 2006.
Recipient of the Student Government Certificate of
Appreciation “in recognition of valuable contributions to the students of
Student-sponsored “outstanding” professor award from campus organizations, including Greek council, Golden Key, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Alpha Pi.
“2006 Advising Award,” presented at First Year Student Convocation.
Nominated for 2006 Pushcart Prize for essay “Friday Night Fights with Mom,” published in Fourth Genre, Spring 2005.
“Young Alumni Achievement Award,”
“Outstanding Alumni Award,” Southern
“Ollen R. Nalley
Associate Professor of English,”
Fiction was shortlisted for The Irish Times/Poetry Now Prize, January 2006.
“Archie Award,” for Rossetti Research.
Pritchard Professor of English,”