SUMMARY OF WFU FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS
WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES
JULY 1, 2005 TO JUNE 30, 2006
Wanda Balzano edited with Dr. Moynagh Sullivan (National University of Ireland, Maynooth), The Irish Review (no. 35)—Special Issue on Irish Feminisms [Spring 2006]
Wanda Balzano, “Una Troy and Siobhan
Piercy”, in 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,” in Poetry
Review of Linda Connolly, The Irish Women’s Movement: From Revolution
to Devolution (
Mary K. DeShazer, FRACTURED BORDERS:
READING WOMEN’S CANCER LITERATURE.
Mary K. DeShazer, “’Lifting Each
Other Off Our Knees’: South African Women’s Poetry of Resistance, 1980-1989.”
In COLD WAR LITERATURE: WRITING THE GLOBAL CONFLICT, ed. Andrew Hammond.
Nielsen, Linda L.
Fathers and Daughters: A 15-year review of the course. College Student Journal, summer, 2006. 20 pages.
Strengthening father-daughter relationships in military families. Military Spouse Magazine, December, 2005, 22-28.
Strengthening father-daughter relationships in our nation’s schools. National Parent Teacher Association Magazine, March, 2005, 17-20.
Monthly articles for my columns at these national organization web sites:
Stepfamily Association of
Black Fathers Raising Daughters Alone
Paper delivered at the 2005
International Meeting of IASIL (International Association for The Study of
Irish Literature), “
Paper delivered at the conference on
“An Gorta Mór:
Wanda Balzano co-organized with Lynn Book (Theatre) a panel of faculty and students on “Voice and Its Bodies,” for the “Creative Action—Gender and the Arts” conference at UNCG, March 31, 2006, where she also presented a paper on “Philomela and Echo Metamorphosed.”
Wanda Balzano presented “Maeve
Brennan’s Transnational Identity and the Aesthetics of the Gift” at the
Wanda Balzano presented “Lady Morgan
and the Abject in the Great ‘O’ Novel” at
the National ACIS (American Conference for the study of Irish Literature)
conference at the
DeShazer, Mary K.
“Virginia Woolf, Rapture, and
Contemporary Women’s Cancer Fiction.” Presented at the Modernist Sutdies
Association Annual Conference,
Wanda Balzano edited with Dr. Moynagh Sullivan (National University of Ireland, Maynooth), The Irish Review (no. 35)—Special Issue on Irish Feminisms—[Spring 2006]
Wanda Balzano is on the international editorial advisory board of the e-journal of Irish Studies called Virtually Ireland (2005-present)
The Everett Helm Visiting Fellowship for resident research in its rare book and manuscript collections.
Lilly Library at
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
Outstanding Dissertation in Oklahoma History, awarded by the Oklahoma Historical Society