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  •  Cagle, Jeremey

    Articles

    • "WE ARE THE PRESENT'S WAR": Deconstruction as Moral Response in Richard Powers's Prisoner's Dilemma." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction (forthcoming).
    • "I am now like the gambler": Erotic Triangles and Game Theory in William Faulkner’s Pylon and If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem.” The Southern Literary Journal (43:2) 2011: 32-45.
    • “Reading Well: Transcendental Hermeneutics in Poe’s "The Man of the Crowd." The Edgar Allan Poe Review 9.2 (Fall 2008): 17-35.
    • “More Than a Snapshot: Allen Tate’s Ironic Historical Consciousness in "The Fathers". Mississippi Quarterly 59.1-2 (2006): 207-24.


    Book Reviews

    • “Bedtime for Democracy.” Rev. of Armed Madhouse by Greg Palast. Free Times [Columbia, SC] 2-8 Aug. 2006: 22.
    • “Detective Work at the Cradle of Texas Liberty.” Rev. of Sleuthing the Alamo: Davy Crockett’s Last Stand and Other Mysteries of the Texas Revolution by James E. Crisp. Texas Books in Review 25.3-4 (2005-06): 2-3.
    • “The Very Fine Arts.” Rev. of Dialogues: Duchamp, Cornell, Johns, Rauschenberg by Dorothy Kosinski. Texas Books in Review 25.3-4 (2005-06): 20-21.
    • “Texas State Alum Edits a Rip-Roaring Good Memoir.” Rev. of The True Life Wild West Memoir of a Bush-Popping Cow Waddy, ed. by Kirby Ross. Texas Books in Review 25.1-2 (2005): 5.
    • Rev. of Ant Farm: 1968-1978, ed. by Constance M. Lewallen and Steve Seid. Southwestern American Literature 30.2 (2005): 101-103.


    Reference Book Entries

    • “Ernest J. Gaines Study Guide” Encyclopedia of American Literature, Vol. IV (forthcoming).
    • “Toni Morrison Study Guide” Encyclopedia of American Literature, Vol. IV (forthcoming).
     Clark, J. Elizabeth

    Conferences

    • "Rhetoric in the 21st Century: The Digital Imperative," The International Conference on Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, Florida (14-18 April 2008).
    • "Wrestling with Writing: Using ePortfolios to Enhance and Assess Basic Writing" with Professor Marisa Klages, Dr. Heidi Johnsen, and Dr. Kenneth Monteith at the Making Connections ePortfolios, Integrative Learning, and Assessment Conference, LaGuardia Community College (10 April 2008). "Introduction to ePortfolio," a half-day workshop for the Making Connections ePortfolios, Integrative Learning, and Assessment Conference with Dr. Max Rodriguez and Professor Nancy Gross, LaGuardia Community College (10 April 2008).
    • "Reclaiming the Classroom: Two Year Colleges and Innovative Self-Assessment" with Professor Marisa Klages, Professor Linda Chandler, and Dr. Michelle Pacht at the College Composition and Communication Conference, New Orleans, LA (3-5 April 2008).
    • "First-Year Academies: Facilitating Engagement and Success in the First Year of College: An Update," with Dean Paul Arcario at the 2008 Community College Futures Assembly, Orlando, Florida (26-29 January 2008).
    • "Do Portfolios Really Need the 'e'?" National Council of Teachers of English Convention (NCTE) ISTE Session, New York City, NY (16 November 2007).

    Awards

    • 2008 Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Technology. International Conference on Teaching and Learning, sponsored by Florida Community College, Jacksonville, Fl.

    Consultations

    • "ePortfolio Faculty Development Workshop," Long Island University's Writing Program (28 May 2008).
    • "Local Practice, Global Impact: ePortfolios and the Emerging World of Digital Rhetoric," AAC & U's Staff Development Program, Washington, D.C. (26 February 2008).
     Conners, Carrie

     Article Publications

    • "But he aint never bin seen!": The Protean Howard Hughes and Overlapping Capitalist Narratives in Ed Dorn’s Gunslinger” in The Changing Image of the Businessman through Literature. Ed. Christa Mahalik. Cambridge Scholars Press. (2011).

    Conference Presentations

    • "The Good Life: The Politics of Hedonism in Marilyn Hacker’s Love, Death, and the Changing of the Seasons." The National Poetry Foundation Poetry of the 1980s Conference. University of Maine. 2012.
    • "Technology, Community and Comedy: Reorienting our Teaching Practices." First-Year Experience Conference. University of Wisconsin-Madison. 2009.
    • "Hatred for Sale: The Non-Semantic Packaging of Discriminatory Language in Harryette Mullen’s ‘Jingle Jangle." Lifting Belly High: A Conference on Women’s Poetry since 1900. Duquesne University. 2008.
    • "Economic Maladies: Illness, Death, and Capitalism in John Dos Passos’s The Big Money." American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) Annual Meeting. Long Beach, CA. 2008.

     

     Dragan, Richard

    Recent and Upcoming Conference Papers

    • "Falling Men: Realistic and Postmodern Terror and Wonder in DeLillo and McEwan’s Recent Fiction and James Marsh’s Man on Wire." Don DeLillo in the Twenty-First Century Conference, Don DeLillo Society, Louisville, KY, February 2009.
    • "Close Reading Matters: Explicating American Literature by Urban Community College Students." Close Reading Conference, NYCEA, St. Bonaventure University, Buffalo, NY, October 2008.
    • "Darwin on the Balloon: Reading Evolutionary Science in Ian McEwan’s Enduring Love." Revolution and Literature / Evolution and Literature Conference, NYCEA, SUNY New Paltz, New Paltz, NY, April 2007.
    • "Leaving the Bronx: Don DeLillo's Modern and Postmodern Cities in His Early Fiction." Literature and the City Conference, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY, March 2006.
    • "Mind-Body Problems: Science and Triangulating Desire in the Work of Richard Powers and Jeanette Winterson. " Locating Love Conference, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY, March 2004.

    Contributing Editor

    • PC Magazine 
     Fink, Tom

    Books of Poetry:  

    • Peace Conference. East Rockaway, NY: Marsh Hawk Press, 2011.
    • [With Maya Diablo Mason] Autopsy Turvy. St. Helena, CA: Meritage Press, 2010.
    • Clarity and Other Poems. East Rockaway, NY: Marsh Hawk Press, 2008.
    • No Appointment Necessary. Chicago: Moria Poetry, 2006.
    • After Taxes. East Rockaway, NY: Marsh Hawk Press, 2004.
    • Gossip: a Book of Poems. New York: Marsh Hawk Press, 2001.
    • Surprise Visit. New York: Domestic Press, 1993.

    Books of Criticism:  

    • "A Different Sense of Power": Problems of Community in Late Twentieth-Century U.S. Poetry. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2001. (Includes analysis of the work of Gloria Anzaldua, Melvin Dixon, Denise Duhamel, Martin Espada, Carolyn Forche, Joseph Lease, Stephen Paul Miller, Thylias Moss, and John Yau.)
    • The Poetry of David Shapiro. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1993.
    • Co-Ed. with Joseph Lease. "Burning Interiors": David Shapiro's Poetry and Poetics. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2007. Co-Ed. with Tuzyline Jita Allan. Literature around the Globe. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt, 1994.

    Poetry Chapbooks:

    • Yinglish Strophes 1-19. Brooklyn, NY: Truck Books, 2009.
    • Generic Whistle-Stop. Brooklyn, NY: Portable Press at YoYo Labs, 2009.
    • Staccato Landmark. Chicago: Beard of Bees, 2006.

    Articles: 

    • "Ammons: Garbage." 11-2; "Mark Strand." 703-5. Encyclopedia of American Poetry: The Twentieth Century. Ed. Eric L. Haralson. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001.
    • "Between/After Language Poetry and the New York School." Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics. (2002): 23-26.
    • "Joseph Lease and Thomas Fink: Narrative and Critique." The Possum Pouch (Fall/Winter 2002-2003). 38.2 (Summer 2003): 89-92.
    • "David Shapiro's 'Possibilist' Poetry." Jacket 23 (November 2003).
    • "Poetry, Charm, and More: Billy Collins and Mei-mei Berssenbrugge." Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 27 (Winter 2003): 100-107.
    • "'No Other Sentence Could Have Followed This': Ron Silliman's Tjanting." Titanic Operas, Folio Two (2004).
    • Entries on Mei-mei Berssenbrugge (42-43), Robert Creeley (107-109), Denise Duhamel (139), and John Yau (534-535). The Facts on File Companion to 20th-Century American Poetry. Ed. Burt Kimmelman. New York: Checkmark Books, 2005.
    • "Interview with Sheila E. Murphy." E-X-C-H-A-N-G-E-V-A-L-U-E-S: The First XI Interviews. Ed Tom Beckett. Rockhampton, Australia: Otoliths, 2007. 73-87. Originally published on-line, Mar. 2005.
    • "Interview with Denise Duhamel and Nick Carbo." E-X-C-H-A-N-G-E-V-A-L-U-E-S: The Second XV Interviews. Ed Tom Beckett. Rockhampton, Australia: Otoliths, 2007. 243-52. Originally published on-line, Sept. 2006.
    • With Crag Hill. "Interview" (of Tom Beckett). In Tom Beckett. Unprotected Texts: Selected Poems 1978-2006. St. Helena, CA: Meritage Press, 2006. 162-179.
    • "Transgression, Confession, and Flagrant Multiplicity in the Poetry of Timothy Liu." Slope 24 (Winter 2007).
    • "Uncanny Narrative in Shapiro's A Burning Interior." "Burning Interiors": David Shapiro's Poetry and Poetics. Ed. Thomas Fink and Joseph Lease. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2007. 123-137.
    • "The Poetry of Questions." Jacket 34 (Oct. 2007).
    • "Interview with Jennifer Kwon Dobbs." Galatea Resurrects 10 (July 2008).
    • "The Poetry of Mark Young." In Mark Young, Pelican Dreaming: Poems 1959-2008. Ed. Thomas Fink. St. Helena, CA: Meritage, 2008. 17-36.
    • "Introduction." Jack Lynch, Manhattan Man and Other Poems. New York: Reed & Quill P, 2008. 1-5.
    • “Danger, Skepticism, and Longing: Five Contemporary Five Secular Jewish American Poets.”
    • [on Charles Bernstein, Joanna Fuhrman, Joseph Lease, Stephen Paul Miller, and
    • David Shapiro]. In Radical Poetics and Secular Jewish Poetic Culture. Ed.
    • Stephen Paul Miller and Daniel Morris. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama P,
    • 2009. 323-342.
    • “Metapoetic Speculation In/On Tom Beckett’s ‘This Poem.’” EOAGH 5 2009.
    • Akilah Oliver’s A Toast in the House of Friends. [review] Talisman 38/39 (Summer/Autumn 2010: 258- 63.
    • Sueyeun Juliette Lee’s Underground National [review] Verse 30, July 2010.
    • Denise Duhamel’s Ka-Ching! [review] Jacket, 40. Late 2010.
    • “Olson Meets Web 2.0.” EOAGH 7 (2011).
    • “Interview with Timothy Liu” [on Bending the Mind Around the Dream’s Blown Fuse].
    • Denver Quarterly 45.2 (2011): 31-39.
    • Interview with Sawako Nakayasu on Texture Notes. Ask/Tell (Sept. 2011).
    • “Charles Bernstein’s Catalogue Poetry.” The Salt Companion to Charles Bernstein. Ed. William Allegrezza. London: Salt, 2012. 269-285.

    Interview:  

    • Tom Beckett. "Interview with Thomas Fink." E-X-C-H-A-N-G-E-V-A-L-U-E-S: The First XI Interviews. Ed Tom Beckett. Rockhampton, Australia: Otoliths, 2007. 29-47. Originally published online, Jan. 2005.

    Poetry Anthology Inclusions: 

    • The First Hay(na)ku Anthology. Ed. Jean Vengua & Mark Young. St. Helena, CA: Meritage P, 2005. 27-28.
    • Collaborative poems with Timothy Liu in Saints of Hysteria: A Half Century of Collaborative American Poetry. Ed. Denise Duhamel, Maureen Seaton, and David Trinidad. Brooklyn, NY: Soft Skull P, 2007. 246-247.
    • Long Island Sounds Anthology. Ed. Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan. Southampton, NY: North Sea Poetry Scene P, 2007. 119-120. 
    • The Best American Poetry. Ed. Heather McHugh and David Lehman. New York: Scribner's, 2007. 35. 
    • Collaborative poem with Tom Beckett in >2: An Anthology of New Collaborative Poetry. Ed. Sheila E. Murphy and M.L. Weber. Colorado Springs, CO: SugarMule.com P, 2007. 208-211. 
     Gallagher, Kristen

    Poetry Chapbooks

    • Poems Got Watching the News, with Christopher Alexander, New York: Cheap Art (2008).
    • Our National Catastrophe, with Christopher Alexander, New York: Cheap Art (2007)
    • No Goal, Chicago: Rubba Ducky (2006).

    Articles

    • "Affective Labor: Teaching Writing in the New Economy," with Christopher Alexander, In Transit 3 (October 2008).
    • "Some Limits of Ratio; or, Aesthetic Has No Goal," Crayon 5 (September 2008).
    • "Neoliberal Poetry," with Christopher Alexander and Matthias Regan, Crayon 5 (September 2008).
    • "Pairing Freire: Teaching 'The Banking Concept of Education' with the History of Open Admissions at CUNY," Journal of the Paulo Freire Institute Online, Winter 2007, Vol. 2. Issue 2. http://web.gseis.ucla.edu/~pfi/Journal_PFI/
    • "Book As World: A Brief History of handwritten press" HOW2 (poetry and poetics), Special Issue: Small Press Forum (2006).

    Interviews

    • "Conversation with Kristen Gallagher," CA Conrad, Philly Sound (September 2008).
    • "A Conversation with Harryette Mullen,"Kristen Gallagher, Farah Griffin and Michael Magee, Combo 1:1 (1998).
    • Poetry Inclusions in Magazines and Journals
    • Featured Poet, Primary Writing (January 2006).
    • Poems have appeared in Model Homes (November 2008); LaGuardia Women’s Studies Newsletter (Spring 2008); Ecopoetics 4 (2007); Combo 16 (2006); Chain Arts 15 (2005); Mirage 4 Periodical (October 2005); Antennae 8 (May 2004); Combo 14 (May 2004); Art Voice (30, October 2003); Combo 12 (2003); Mirage 4 Periodical (April 2003); kenning 12 (2002); Kiosk 1 (2002); Boog City (2001); Combo 8 (2001); Combo 4 (1999); Ixnay 3 (1998); American Poetry Review 46 (3), (1998); Combo 1 (1998).

    Editor

    • WIG: Writing at Work, periodical, 2004-present. handwritten press (poetry chapbooks), bi-annual, 1999-present. http://handwritten.org
    • Rust Talks Newsletter (poetry and correspondence), bi-monthly, 1999-2004.
    • The Form of Our Uncertainty: a Tribute to Gil Ott (festschrift), Chax Press, 2000.
     Gallardo, Ximena

    Books

    • Alien Woman: The Making of Lt. Ellen Ripley. Co-author. New York: Continuum, 2004. Winner of the 2005 Ray and Pat Browne Popular Culture Association Book Award.

    Articles

    • "Happily Ever After: Harry Potter and the Quest for the Domestic." Co-author. Reading Harry Potter Again: New Critical Essays. Ed. Giselle Liza Anatole. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2009.
    • "The Alien Film Series." Co-author. Women in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Vol. II. Ed. Robin Reid. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2008: 3-5.
    • "Feminism." An Unofficial Companion to the Novels of Terry Pratchett. Ed. Andrew M. Butler. Oxford: Greenwood, 2007. 149-152.
    • "Sexism." An Unofficial Companion to the Novels of Terry Pratchett. Ed. Andrew M. Butler. Oxford: Greenwood, 2007. 331-333.
    • "Alien: The History of Xenosex." Den of Geek. Dec. 19 2007.
    • "Oy Science Fiction: On Genre, Criticism, and Alien Love: An Interview with Marleen S. Barr." Co-author. Fem-scape, a special edition of Reconstruction. 5.4 (Winter 2005). n.p. 5 pp.
    • "How the Online Classroom Changed the Way I Teach." In Transit: The LaGuardia Journal on Teaching and Learning 1.1 (Fall 2005): 23-27.
    • "'Who Are You?': Alien/Woman as Post-human Subject in Alien Resurrection." Post.human.ous, a special edition of Reconstruction: An Interdisciplinary Research Community 4.3 (Summer 2004). n.p. 13 pp.
    • "Cinderfella: J. K. Rowling’s Wily Web of Gender." Co-author. Reading Harry Potter: Critical Essays. Ed. Giselle Liza Anatole. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2003. 191-205.

    Editions

    • Fem-scape, a special edition of Reconstruction: An Interdisciplinary Research Community 5.4 (Winter 2005).
    • Post.human.ous, a special edition of Reconstruction. Co-editor. Reconstruction: An Interdisciplinary Research Community 4.3 (Summer 2004).

    Websites

    • LaGuardia Community College's 2007-2008 Common Reading Companion Website to An Inconvenient Truth. Content manager. LaGuardia Community College. 2007-2008. 
     Hiraldo, Carlos

    Books

    • Segregated Miscegenation: On the Treatment of Racial Hybridity in the U.S. and Latin American Literary Traditions. New York & London: Routledge, 2003.

    Editorial

    • Assistant Editor, Transplanting Your Head and Other Feats of the Future. New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 2001.
    • Assistant Editor, The Highway of Light and Other Engineering Oddities. New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 2001.
    • Co-Editor, SNARK: A Journal of Poetry and Short Fiction, SUNY at Stony Brook, 1997-1999.

    Articles

    • The Class of Bukowski: Engaging LaGuardia's Working-Class Students with the Novels of Charles Bukowski. In Transit: The LaGuardia Journal of Teaching and Learning Volume 3, Fall 2008.
    • Arroz Frito with Salsa: Asian Latinos and the Future of the United States, Asian American Law Journal Volume 15, May 2008.
    • Class in the Class: Sharing Bukowski's Class with Community College Students, Teaching English in the Two-Year College, Volume 35, Number 4, May 08.

    Poems

    • Fat People Exercising. Other Poetry. Series III, Number 1, Winter 2008.
    • Off Sylvia Plath, Bay of Pigs and I Give You A Song. Still Standen: A Celebration of the Poet's Life. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.: Other Poetry Editions, 2007.
    • Kate Winslet. Miracle & Clockwork: The Best of Other Poetry, Series Two, 2005.

    Conferences and Presentations

    • Chaired panel on Race and U.S. Literature and Round Table on Poets and Teaching Poetry for North Eastern Modern Language Association Conference in Buffalo, New York. April 10-13, 2008.
    • Guest Lecturer, Identity against the Grain: Caribbean Latino Authors and Their Encounters with the Racial Ideology of the United States. CUNY Graduate Center, New York, October 5th 2007.
    • Presented Novel Concepts: The Role of the Novel in Developing Ideas of Race and Nation in the Americas, 47th Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern Language Association at The Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 10 – 13, 2005.
     Johnsen, Heidi L.
    Recent Publications:
    • The Messy Teaching Conversation: Toward a Model of Collegial Reflection, Exchange, and Scholarship on Classroom Practices. Teaching English in the Two-Year College. Co-authors: Michelle Pacht, Ting Man Tsao and Phyllis van Slyck. December, 2009.
    • Kate Chopin in Vogue: Establishing a Textual Context for A Vocation and a Voice. Rethinking and Rereading Kate Chopin. Ed. Heather Ostman. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008.
       
    Recent Presentations:
    • The Replication Project: How Other Community Colleges are Implementing Accelerated Writing Programs. National Conference on Acceleration in Developmental Education June 15, 2011
    • Research and Dissemination: ePortfolios. Partner Convening, Community College Research Center, Teacher’s College, Columbia University January 13, 2012
    • Women’s Studies on the Sly: Teaching Resistance and Cultural Relativism Before Anyone Realizes. New England Women’s Studies Association Conference, UMass, Dartmouth, April 30-May 1, 2010
    • Changing ePortfolios. Two-Year College Association/Northeast Conference, Washington D.C., November 5-6, 2010
    • The Next Steps in a Difficult Dialogue: Facilitation through a Community of Practice, Society for Values in Higher Education Institute, CT, June 15-20, 2008 (co-presenter).
    • Wrestling with Writing: Using ePortfolios to Enhance and Assess Basic Writing Courses, Making Connections: ePortfolios, Integrative Learning and Assessment, LaGuardia CC, CUNY, April 10-12, 2008 (co-presenter).
    • The Ethics of High-Stakes Testing in a Basic Writing Class, College English Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, April 13, 2007.
    • A Study of High Stakes Testing Practices: The City University of New York and Beyond, Conference on College Composition and Communication, New York, March 22, 2007 (co-presenter).
     Koh, Karlyn

    Articles

    • "Present Memory: Albert Chobg's Imagining The Past." Out of The Archives: Process and Progress, ed. Sarita See. New York: Asian American Arts Center (forthcoming Fall 2009).
    • "'glove's dream': A Short Meditation." Aitia 28.1 (2009): 34-38).
    • "Networking a Community Out of Fragmentation" (with J. Chaffee and E. Goodman). Honors in Practice 5 (2009): 161-170.
    • "Humanistic Mathematics" (with Dr. Marina Dedlovskaya). Mathematics, Information Technologies, and Education, Volume II. Ed. Sergey Gerasimenko. Orenburg, Russia: Orenburg State UP, 2006. 274-7.
    • "At the Edge of a Shattered Mirror, Community?" Asian North American Identities: Beyond the Hyphen, eds. Eleanor Ty and Donald Goellnicht. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2004. 149-69.
    • "Speculations and (Dis)Identification: Notes on Asian Canadian Women Writers." New Scholars-New Visions in Canadian Studies 1.1. Seattle, WA: Canadian Studies Center, University of Washington, 1996. [monograph]

    Conference Presentations

    • "A Poetics of Betrayal," Annual Conference of the Cultural Studies Association, Portland State University, April 19, 2007.
    • "‘glove's dream.'" Rhetoric, Politics and Ethics conference, University of Ghent, Belgium, April 22, 2005.
    • "Reading Between Image and Text in Three Works." Annual Meeting of the American Studies Association, Hartford, CT, October 18, 2003.
    • "Figures of Community." 20th Annual Conference of the Association for Asian American Studies, San Francisco, May 9, 2003.
    • "Community, Love and Friendship." "The Desire for Dimension: Queer Theory and Asian American Studies" panel organized by the Asian American Literature discussion group. Modern Language Association Convention, San Francisco, 29 December 1998.
    • "Asian Canadian: A Name (Un)Bound." 15th Annual Conference of the Association for Asian American Studies, Honolulu, 26 June 1998.
    • Panelist, "History in Asian American Literature: A Roundtable." 20th Annual Conference of the Association for Asian American Studies, San Francisco, May 8, 2003.
    • Discussant, "Travelling Texts in Contexts: Theorizing the ‘International' in Internationalizing Asian American Literary Studies" panel. Annual Conference of the Association for Asian American Studies. Toronto, 30 March 2001.
    • Guest lecture, Asian/Pacific/American Studies Program. New York University, 2 October 2000.

    Fellowships, awards, and grants

    • Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, New York Region, Horizon Award for New Advisors, 2007.
    • Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, Hallmark Paragon Award for Advisors--International Level, 2008.
    • PSC-CUNY 39 Research Award, City University of New York, Spring 2007.
    • PSC-CUNY 37 Research Award, City University of New York, Fall 2006.
    • PSC-CUNY 36 Research Award, City University of New York, Fall 2005.
    • CUNY Faculty Development Grant (with M. Dedlovskaya), Fall 2006.
    • Diversity Projects Development Fund Fellowship (with C. Hiraldo), City University of New York, Spring 2005.
    • Faculty Fellowship Publications Program, City University of New York, Spring 2005.
    • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1999-2001.
    • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellowship, 1995-8.

    Appointed Offices and Consulting

    • Director, Honors Program, LaGuardia, September 2006-present.
    • Faculty Contact Advisor, Alpha Theta Phi Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, LaGuardia, February 2006-present.
    • Editorial consultant, Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature.

    Exhibitions, openings, and performances

    • "Fragmentaries/les Fragmentaires." Laiwan: Livres et Collages, ed. Jack Stanley. Montréal: Gallerie Articule, 1998. 30-43.
    • "Yours Truly/La lettre (en)volée. (be) longing, cur. and ed. Mary Sui Yee Wong, trans. Isabelle Chagnon. Montréal: Gallerie Optica, 1998. 9-13, 23-6. Rev. and rpt. as "Yours Truly [II]." West Coast Line 31.3 (Winter 1997-8): 23-7.
    • "Preserves." Mixed media installation and poetic text (collaboration with Effie Pow). Earthly Pleasures, curated by Larissa Lai. Grunt Gallery, Vancouver, 14 June-9 July, 1994.
     Moreno Pisano, Claudia

     Publications

    • Amiri Baraka and Edward Dorn: Selections from the Collected Letters: 1959-1960. Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative 1:1 (Winter 2009)
    • “Ed Dorn and LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka: A Correspondence.” Big Bridge 3:4 (2007)

    Conference Papers

    • “The Letters are Poetry, Too.” Unearthing Ephemera: Retrieving the Extra-Poetic Work of 20th-Century American Poets. Northeast Modern Language Association Convention (NEMLA), April 7-11, 2010
    • “The Correspondence of Edward Dorn and Amiri Baraka: A New Look at African American Poetics in the 1960s.” The Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean (IRADAC), The Graduate Center, CUNY, March 24, 2010
    • “Reframing the Connection Between Faculty and Students: The Role of the Writing Fellow.” Tracing Connections: Writing Across the Curriculum, Writing in the Disciplines, City University of New York Writing Across the Curriculum Initiative Biannual Conference, April 24, 2009
    • “Edward Dorn and Avant Garde Poetics.” The Edward Dorn Symposium, The University of Colorado at Boulder, March 4, 2008 {An invited talk}
    • “Edward Dorn and LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka: A Correspondence.” Wide Open Spaces, English Student Association Conference, The Graduate Center, CUNY, March 30, 2007

     

     Pacht, Michelle
    Books:
    • The Subversive Storyteller: The Short Story Cycle and the Politics of Identity in America. Cambridge Scholars Publishers, forthcoming 2009.
    Book Chapters:
    • “Sarah Orne Jewett: Using Genre to Subvert Gender in Deephaven.” The American Short Story Cycle: A Gendered Genre? A Collection of Essays on Craft and Critique, edited by Lisa Day-Lindsey and Julie Hensley. Lexington Books. Forthcoming.
    • "Creating Community: Motherhood and the Search for Identity in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine." Narratives of Community: Women's Short Story Sequences. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.
    Articles:
    • “Overcoming Obstacles: How WID Benefits Community College Students and Faculty” published in Writing Across the Curriculum at the Community College, a special issue of Across the Disciplines. December 2010.
    • “The Messy Teaching Conversation: Toward a Model of Collegial Reflection, Exchange, and Scholarship on Classroom Problems,” with Drs. Heidi Johnsen, Ting Man Tsao, and Phyllis Van Slyck published in Teaching English in the Two-Year College. December 2009.
    Conference Papers:
    • “Reaching the Facebook Generation: Using Social Media to Teach Literature” presented at Transitions and Transactions: Literature Pedagogy at Community Colleges, New York, NY. April 2012.
    • “Who’s Afraid of Mary Shelley? Why Community Colleges Should Assign ‘Difficult’ Texts and How to Make it Work” presented at Transitions and Transactions: Literature Pedagogy at Community Colleges, New York, NY. April 2012.
    • “Spinsters and Sea Widows: Women, Wilderness and Identity in Sarah Orne Jewett’s Deephaven” presented at the Northeast Modern Language Association Convention, New Brunswick, NJ. April 2011.
    • “Take the Money and Run: How Henry James Predicted Bernie Madoff” presented at the Modern Language Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA. December 2009.
    • “Classroom Collaborations: Creating WID Resources By and For Faculty and Fellows” presented at the Writing in the Disciplines Conference, Bronx, NY. October 2009.
    • "Reclaiming the Classroom: Two Year Colleges and Innovative Self-Assessment" presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, New Orleans, LA. April 2008
    • "Creating Community: Motherhood and the Search for Identity in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine" presented at the National Women's Studies Association Conference, St. Charles, IL. June 2007.
    • "How to Reform a Racist: Genre as Politics in Charles W. Chesnutt's The Conjure Woman" presented at the American Literature Association Conference, Boston, MA. May 2007.
    • "Creating Connections: Isolation, Epiphany and the Collective Protagonist in O'Connor's Everything That Rises Must Converge" presented at "O'Connor and Other Georgia Writers: A Scholarly Conference," Georgia College & State University, Milledgeville, GA. April 2006.
    • "Framing History: The Short Story Cycle as Political Statement in Hawthorne's Legends of the Province-House" presented at the Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C. December 2005.
    Elected Offices:
    • Program Director, Writing and Literature Major, 2010-present.
    • Executive Committee Member, Modern Language Association Discussion Group on the Two Year College. 2006-2011.

     Ramirez, Kimberly del Busto

     Recent Publications

    • "Let’s Get Ready to Rumba: Wrestling with Latino Stereotypes" in The Journal of Popular Culture (upcoming).
    • "ePerformance: Crafting, Rehearsing, and Presenting the ePortfolio Persona" in International Journal of ePortfolio (iJeP) 1:1, 2011.
    • "Interactive Forum Theatre for Research Questions" in Theresa McDevitt and Rosalee Stilwell, eds., Let the Games Begin: Engaging Students with Interactive Information Literacy Instruction, Neal-Schuman Press, 2011.
    • "Delayed Flights: Representations of Homecoming and Operation Pedro Pan in Nilo Cruz's Hortensia and the Museum of Dreams," in Beatriz Rizk, ed., Recent Paradigms in Latino and Latin American Performing Arts, Ediciones Universal, 2010.
    • Excerpts from The Box and Hurricane in a Glass in Emily Ciccini, ed., Mother/Daughter Monologuesvols. 1 and 2, Columbus, OH: ICWP Press, 2009.
    • "Eduardo del Rio’s One Island Many Voices" Book Review. Cuban Studies Journal 40, 2009.
    • "The Lost Apple Plays" in Studies in 20th and 21st Century Literature: Theatre and Performance in Nuestra América Volume 32 Issue 2, 2008.
    • Performance review of Teatro Avante's Yerma, International Hispanic Theatre Festival, Theatre Journal Volume 60, Number 2, 2008.

    Recent Honors

    • John H. Williams Memorial EDIT Grant, 2011.
    • William Stewart Travel Award, 2011.
    • Centro de los Estudios Puertorriqueños Caribbean Exchange Grant, 2008.
    • Marty Tackel Travel Grant, 2008.
    • Elly Chovel Fellowship, Operation Pedro Pan, Inc., 2008.
     Smith, C. Jason

    Books

    • Alien Woman: The Making of Lt. Ellen Ripley. Co-author. New York: Continuum, 2004.

    Articles

    • "Body Matters in Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing Games." Reconstruction 6.1 (Winter 2006): n.p. "To See More Clearly and Broadly: Science and the Postmodern Sentiment" Postmodern Science: A Special Issue of Reconstruction 4.5 (Fall 2004): n.p.
    • "'The End of Man is to Know': Critical Teleology and the Posthuman Body." Reconstruction 4.3 (Summer 2004): n.p. "Cinderfella: J.K. Rowling's Wily Web of Gender." Co-author. Reading Harry Potter: Critical Essays: Praeger, 2003. 192-205.
    • "Philosophers, Fools, and Kings: Notes on The Brothers Karamazov and All the King's Men." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies, 2 (2002): 123-140.
    • "Schrödinger's Cat and Sara's Child: John Fowles' Quantum Narrative," Mosaic: the Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 32.2 (June 1999): 91-106.

    Awards and Honors

    • Games and Simulation Technologies as Pedagogical Tools. Co-recipient. CUNY Collaborative Research Grant Project, 2008-2009.
    • Professional Staff Congress of CUNY Research Fellowship. 2008-2009.
    • Professional Staff Congress of CUNY Research Fellowship. 2007-2008.
    • Enhancing Services for CUNY Veterans. Co-author. 2006-2008.
    • Professional Staff Congress of CUNYResearch Fellowship. 2005-2006.
    • Salute to Scholars: CUNY Chancellor's Reception, Honoree. For the book Alien Woman, 2005.
    • Ray and Pat Browne National Book Award from the Popular Culture Association, 2005.
    • West Virginia Humanities Council. Research Fellow. For the book Alien Woman, 2002.
     Stubbs, Naomi

     Articles

    • “Modern Nation and Rural Idyll: Reconciling Progress and Purity Through Performance.” InPerformance and Analogue Technologies: Interfaces and Intermedialities. Edited by Caroline Radcliffe and Kara Reilly. Currently under review by Palgrave.
    • “Pleasure Gardens of America: Anxieties of National Identity.” In The Pleasure Garden: from Vauxhall Gardens to Coney Island. Edited by Jonathan Conlin. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012.
    • “The Final Revisions to David Garrick’s First Play.” In Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America 103, no. 4 (December 2009): 513-32

    Textbook entries:

    • Full page entries: “Peter Brook: International Director,” “The Asian Influence: Brecht and Wilder,” “The Magic of the Designer Joseph Svoboda,” and “The Theatre of Julie Taymor.” In Edwin Wilson. The Theatre Experience, eleventh edition. Boston: McGraw-Hill, 2009.

    Honors and Awards

    • Educational Development Initiative Team (EDIT) Grant. May 2012.
    • Robert A. Schanke Award recognizing “excellence in theatre scholarship.” Mar. 2012.
    • ATDS Award for Graduate Research: honourable mention, Aug. 2010.
    • American Theatre Research Award: for research on American pleasure gardens, Feb. 2010.
    • Doctoral Student Research Grant: for research in Baltimore and Charleston, SC, Feb. 2009.
    • Sue Zalk Travel Award: for travel to conferences and research trips, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010.

     

     Tapper, Gordon

    Selected Publications

    Books 

    • The Machine that Sings: Modernism, Hart Crane, and the Culture of the Body. New York: Routledge, 2006.

    Critical Editions 

    • Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The House of the Seven Gables. New York: Barnes & Noble Classics, 2007. With introduction, notes, and bibliography by Gordon Tapper.
    • Cather, Willa. My Ántonia. New York: Barnes & Noble Classics, 2003. With introduction, notes, and bibliography by Gordon Tapper.


    Articles and other publications 

    • “Writing as Metadata Container: An interview with Tan Lin.” Jacket2. January 20, 2012. <http://jacket2.org/interviews/writing-metadata-container>
    • “Tan Lin Interviewed.” Galatea Resurrects #12. May 18, 2009.<http://galatearesurrection12.blogspot.com/2009/05/tan-lin-interviewed.html>>
    • “Technocrats of the Mind.” Review of Girly Man, by Charles Bernstein. Brooklyn Rail, March 2007: 61.
    • “Thorny Rose” (fiction collaboration with Matthew Geller). MyWays. Ed. Rita McBride and David Gray. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, Printed Matter, Inc. and Arsenal Pulp Press, 2006.
    • “Morton Minsky Reads The Bridge: Hart Crane and the Meaning of Burlesque.” Arizona Quarterly. Winter 2000.
    • Review of Kenneth Goldsmith’s “Soliloquy,” a textual art installation, Bravin Post Lee Gallery, New York City. zingmagazine, Summer 1997.

    Selected Conference Presentations and Invited Lectures 

    • “Hart Crane, Sexuality, and the Body.” Colgate University Humanities Colloquium. Hamilton, New York, February 2010.
    • “Self-Inflicted Wounds: The Fantasized Witness of Binjamin Wilkomirski.” Association for Jewish Studies Conference. Los Angeles, December 2009.
    • “A Study of High Stakes Testing Practices: CUNY and Beyond.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. New York, March 2007.
    • “LaGuardia Community College’s Difficult Dialogues Project.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities. New Orleans, January 2007.
    • “Translation, Invented Victims, and the Social Construction of Authorship: Learning from the Yasusada Hoax.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Chicago, November 2005.
    • “Self-Portrait as a Fine-Art Action Figure.” Seminar on Consumerism and Modern Culture. DePauw University, November 7, 2003.
    • "The Invented Indian of The Bridge: Hart Crane and the Ethnographic Idea of Culture." Modern Language Association Convention, December 2000.
    • “Censorship, the First Amendment, and the Internet.” Centre College United States Vice-Presidential Debate Faculty Forum, October 2000.
    • "Directions in Poetics and Theory at the Millennium." Panel Chair, Twentieth-Century Literature Conference. University of Louisville, February 2000.

    Selected Grants 

    • PSC-CUNY 40 Research Award, 2009-2010.
    • PSC-CUNY 39 Research Award, 2008-2009.
    • PSC-CUNY 38 Research Award, 2007-2008.
    • CUNY Faculty Fellowship Publication Program, Spring 2007.
    • CUNY Community College Collaborative Incentive Research Grant, 2005.

     

     Tsao, Ting Man

    Publications


    Postcolonial Studies

    • “My Dear Amelia: The Doty Letters from Amoy, Christian Parenthood, the Heathen Chinese, and the Missionary Enterprise.” Victorians Institute Journal Digital Annex 38 (2010). NINES (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship). Web. 8 June 2011 <http://www.nines.org/exhibits/The_Doty_Letters>.
    • “Ho! For China: Piratical Incursions, Free Trade Imperialism and Modern Chinese History, c. 1832—1834.” Pirates and Mutineers of the Nineteenth Century: Swashbucklers and Swindlers. Ed. Grace Moore. Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2011. 59-77. Print.
    • “A Reading of Readings: English Travel Books, Audiences, and Modern Chinese History, C. 1832 to the Present.” Asian Crossings: Travel Writing on China, Japan and Southeast Asia. Eds. Steve Clark and Paul Smethurst. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2008. 47-70, 235-40. Print.
    • “Representing 'Great England' to Qing China in the Age of Free Trade Imperialism: The Circulation of a Tract by Charles Marjoribanks on the China Coast.” Political Matters. Special issue of Victorians Institute Journal 33 (2005): 179-95. Print.
    • Introduction. “Our Street Ballads, No.4: Governor Yeh.” 1857. Poetry and the Colonies. Ed. David E. Latané, Jr. and Elisabeth Gruner. Special issue of Victorians Institute Journal 32 (2004): 83-85. Print.
    • Review of Segregated Miscegenation: On the Treatment of Racial Hybridity in the U.S. and Latin American Literary Traditions by Carlos Hiraldo (New York and London: Routledge, 2003). Peer English 1 (2006): 83-86. Print.

    Interdisciplinary Studies on Medicine and Literature

    • Co-author. “When Nursing Meets English: Using a Pathography to Develop Nursing Students’ Culturally Competent Selves.” Building a Diverse Nursing Workforce. Special issue of Nursing Education Perspectives 29.3 (May/June 2008): 151-55. Print.
    • “More Than a Case.” Illness in the Academy: A Collection of Pathographies by Academics. Ed. Kimberly R. Myers. West Lafayette, Ind.: Purdue University Press, 2007. 392-401. Print.
    • “Ways to Carry a Baby.” Writing Macao: Creative Text and Teaching 3 [2005]: N.p. Web. 6 July 2005 <http://www.geocities.com/writingmacaoissue3/MAIN.htm>.

    Teaching and Learning

    • “Out of the Open Admissions Contexts: Transplanting a ‘Clean’ American Community College Model to Postcolonial Hong Kong.” The American-Style University at Large: Transplants, Outposts, and the Globalization of Higher Education. Ed. Kathryn L. Kleypas and James I. McDougall. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2012. 77-96. Print.
    • “Do We Really Know What the Problems Are? A Messy Conversation about Pedagogical Questions and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 38.2 (2010): 184-85. Print.
    • “Course Portfolio on ENC101: Combining First-Semester Composition and a Placement Test.” January 2010. Peer Review of Teaching Project. University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Web. 12 January 2010 <http://www.courseportfolio.org/peer/pages/index.jsp?what=portfolioObjectD&portfolioObjectId=348>. Co-author. “The Messy Teaching Conversation: Toward a Model of Collegial Reflection, Exchange, and Scholarship on Classroom Problems.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 37.2 (December 2009): 119-36. Print.
    • “The Immense Possibilities of Narrating ‘I’: Developing Student Voice through a Career Research Project.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 34.1 (2006): 84-91. Print.
    • “Open Admissions, Controversies, and CUNY: Digging into Social History through a First-Year Composition Course.” The History Teacher 38.4 (2005): 469-482. Print.
    • “Don't be Shy of "I": Empowering Student Voice through a Career Research Paper.” In Transit: The LaGuardia Journal on Teaching and Learning 1.1 (2005): 59-63. Print.

    Creative Nonfiction

    • “Making a Home for Family and Scholarship.” Papa, PhD: Essays on Fatherhood by Men in the Academy. Ed. Mary Ruth Marotte, Paige Martin Reynolds, and Ralph James Savarese. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2011. 176-83. Print.

    Grants

    • 2012-2013 PSC-CUNY 43 Research Award
    • 2010-2011 PSC-CUNY 41 Research Award
    • 2009-2010: CUNY Fellowship Leave
    • 2009-2010 PSC-CUNY 40 Research Award
    • 2007-2008: PSC-CUNY 38 Research Award
    • 2006-2007: PSC-CUNY 37 Research Award
    • 2006: CUNY Faculty Fellowship Publication Program
    • 2005-2006: PSC-CUNY 36 Research Award
    • 2004-2005: PSC-CUNY 35 Research Award

     

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