Jordan Smith, the Edward E. Hale, Jr. Professor of English, has published 11 poems from “Clare’s Empire,” a sequence of poems based on the life and works of John Clare in Numero Cinq. Click here to read this work. The full-length sequence will appear in a digital edition from the Hydroelectric Press, edited by Michael Allen Potter ‘94. For the original news post on Smith, click here.
April Selley, senior lecturer in English, presented a paper, “Ode on a Portrait: Poe’s Response to Keats,” at “The Return of the Text” Conference in Syracuse, N.Y. on Sept. 27. Also, her short essay, “Stories of Longing,” was published in the Sept. 6 issue of the online journal “The Citron Review.”
Katherine Lynes, associate professor of English, recently attended a seminar at the Association for Study of Literature and Environment conference at the University of Kansas. She also presented a paper at the ASLE-UKI conference, at University of Surrey. Her article “”a responsibility to something besides people”: African American Reclamation Ecopoetics” is forthcoming in African American Review.
Pattie Wareh, assistant professor of English, presented a paper, “Courtesy, Judgment, and the Audience in The Merchant of Venice,” at a conference sponsored by the American Shakespeare Center. She also presented a paper, “Reading the Body in Cymbeline,” at the Southeastern Renaissance Conference held at Duke University. Ruth Stevenson, a retired English professor, also presented a paper at the conference, “The Narrator and the Painting/Tapestry in Shakespeare’s Lucrece.”
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