Department of English
New York Institute of Technology
P.O. Box 8000, Northern Boulevard
Old Westbury, NY 11568
Department of English
New York Institute of Technology
P.O. Box 8000, Northern Boulevard
Old Westbury, NY 11568
Ph.D. English with Honors. University of Washington. December 2009.
M.A. English. University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 2003.
B.A. English. High Honors, Magna Cum Laude. Colgate University. 2001.
Secondary English Teaching Certification. New York State. 2001.
Fellowships / Awards
Institutional Support of Research and Creativity (ISRC) Grants, New York Institute of Technology (NYIT): “Digital Global Literary Archives,” 2018-2019; “Editing the Archive: Poetry and Technology,” 2017-2018; and “Sylvia Plath’s Manuscripts: Global Implications,” 2016-2017.
Tuition Scholarship, Digital Humanities Summer Institute. University of Victoria, B.C., 2018.
Wertheim Study Resident. New York Public Library.Summer 2017-2018. Fall 2015-Spring 2016.
NYIT College of Arts and Sciences Faculty and Student Summer Research Grant. 2018, 2017.
NYIT College of Arts and Sciences Teaching Grant. Spring 2017.
“Thank a Teacher” Certificate. Georgia Institute of Technology. Fall and Spring 2013.
Mortimer Scholar. Mortimer Rare Book Room, Smith College, Northampton, MA. 2012.
Research Fellowship. Emory University Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library. 2011.
Bursary. T. S. Eliot International Summer School, University of London. 2011.
Robert B. Heilman Prize for Best Dissertation. University of Washington English Department. 2009.
Dissertation Fellowship. Harry Ransom Center. University of Texas, Austin. 2007-2008.
Everett Helm Visiting Fellowship. Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington. 2004-2005.
Dean's Award for Academic Excellence. Colgate University. Fall 1997-Spring 2000.
Assistant Professor of English, Director of the Writing Program, and Coordinator of the Writing Center. New York Institute of Technology. Old Westbury, NY. Fall 2015-Present.
Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow, Georgia Institute of Technology. Atlanta, GA. 2012-2015.
Instructor of English, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA. Spring 2012.
Instructor of English, Emory University. Atlanta, GA. Fall 2011.
N. E. H. Post-Doctoral Fellow in Poetics. The Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry. Emory University. 2010-2011.
Postdoctoral Acting Instructor. University of Washington, Department of English. Seattle, WA. Winter-Summer 2010.
Monograph, Annotating Modernism: Marginalia and Pedagogy from Virginia Woolf to the Confessional Poets. Routledge, Under Contract.
Collection, This Business of Words: Reassessing Anne Sexton. University Press of Florida, 2016. Editor of collection of essays with contributions from five critics and five poets. Author of "Introduction: Reassessing Anne Sexton."
Essays Journal Articles
“Feminist Digital Pedagogy.” Virginia Woolf Miscellany 93 (Spring/Summer 2018): 42-43, part of segment on Jane Marcus Feminist University Conference, CUNY Graduate Center.
with Cassandra Laity, “Introduction: Feminist Modernist Digital Humanities.” Feminist Modernist Studies 1.3 (October 2018): 205-210.
“Textbook Greek: Thoby Stephen in Jacob’s Room.” Woolf Studies Annual 23 (2017): 83-108.
“John Berryman at Midcentury: Annotating Ezra Pound and Teaching Modernism.” Modernism/Modernity 21.2 (April 2014): 507-528.
“Ted Hughes and the Midcentury American Academy.” The Ted Hughes Society Journal 3 (2013): 47-52.
“Ted Hughes, Isaac Bashevis Singer, and an Interview with Jules Chametzky.” The Ted Hughes Society Journal 3 (2013): 59-66.
With Ellen Nodelman, “Recollections of Mrs. Hughes’s Student.” Plath Profiles 5, Supplement (Fall 2012): 125-139.
“Virginia Woolf’s Marginalia Manuscript.” Woolf Studies Annual 18 (2012): 109-117.
“Sylvia Plath on Charing Cross Road.” Plath Profiles 3, Supplement (Fall 2010): 113-119.
“Sylvia Plath’s Teaching Syllabus: A Chronology.” Plath Profiles 2 (Sumer 2009): 209-220.
“Sylvia Plath’s Reading of Virginia Woolf: A Chronology.” Virginia Woolf Miscellany 71.1 (Spring / Summer 2007).
“On Manuscripts: Virginia Woolf and Archives.” Virginia Woolf and the World of Books: Selected Papers from the Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Ed. Claire Battershill and Nicola Wilson. Clemson UP and Liverpool UP, 2018. 26-30.
“Hughes’s Archives.” Ted Hughes in Context. Ed. Terry Gifford. Cambridge University Press, 2018. 347-358.
“The Past and Future of James Joyce Copyright.” Joyce and the Law. Ed. Jonathan Goldman. UP of Florida, 2017. 262-275.
“‘This is an archive’: Agha Shahid Ali’s Postcards from Kashmir.” Mad Heart Be Brave: On the Poetry of Agha Shahid Ali. Ed. Kazim Ali. U of Michigan P, 2017. Pages 33-44.
“‘The Woolf Sting’: Sylvia Plath Annotating Virginia Woolf.” Virginia Woolf and Twentieth Century Women Writers. Ed. Kathryn Artuso. Salem Press, 2014. 188-205.
“Anne Sexton’s Modern Library.” Collecting, Curating, and Researching Writers’ Libraries: A Handbook. Eds. Richard W. Oram and Joseph Nicholson. Scarecrow Press, Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. 65-76.
“‘A Brief Note in the Margin’: Virginia Woolf and Annotating.” Contradictory Woolf: Selected Papers from the Twenty-First Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Eds. Derek Ryan and Stella Bolaki. Clemson UP, 2012. 209-214.
Dirk Van Hulle, Modern Manuscripts: The Extended Mind and Creative Undoing from Darwin to Beckett and Beyond (Bloomsbury Academic, 2014). Woolf Studies Annual 22 (2016): 129-132.
Carrie Smith and Lisa Stead, eds., The Boundaries of the Literary Archive: Reclamation and Representation (Ashgate, 2013). Woolf Studies Annual 20 (2014): 168-172.
Jeanne Dubino, ed., Virginia Woolf and the Literary Marketplace (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010). Woolf Studies Annual 19 (2013): 295-297.
“Sylvia Plath’s Presence in Recent Ted Hughes Publications.” Review of Poet and Critic: The Letters of Ted Hughes and Keith Sagar. Keith Sagar, ed. (British Library, 2012), The Cambridge Companion to Ted Hughes. Terry Gifford, ed. (Cambridge UP, 2011), and Edward Hadley, The Elegies of Ted Hughes (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010). Plath Profiles 5 (Summer 2012): 500-507.
Marsha Bryant, Women’s Poetry and Popular Culture (Palgrave, 2011). Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 30.2 (Fall 2011): 475-478.
Luke Ferretter, Sylvia Plath’s Fiction: A Critical Study (Edinburgh UP, 2010). Plath Profiles 4 (Summer 2011): 375-378.
Heather Clark, The Grief of Influence: Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes (Oxford UP, 2011). Plath Profiles 4 (Summer 2011): 379-384.
Briefly Noted, Alfred M. Cook, ed., Alfred Kazin’s Journals (Yale UP, 2011). Plath Profiles 4 (Summer 2011): 354-355.
Forthcoming Journal Articles
“‘Latent Energy’: Mulk Raj Anand’s Letter to Langston Hughes.” The Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945 (2019).
Forthcoming Book Chapters
“Digital Design with William Morris.” Teaching William Morris. Eds. Jason Martinek and Elizabeth Carolyn Miller. Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2018.
“Mapping Global Women Modernists.” Teaching Modernist Women’s Writing in English. Ed. Janine Utell. Modern Language Association, 2018.
“Sylvia Plath and Teaching.” Sylvia Plath in Context. Ed. Tracy Brain. Cambridge UP, 2019.
Sylvia Plath's Library. A visual archive displaying photographs of covers of the books that Plath owned and annotated, which are housed at Smith College, Indiana University, and Emory University.
Sylvia Plath Map of Northampton. An annotated walking guide of the places Plath lived and visited as a student and teacher at Smith College from 1950-1955 and 1957-1958. *6,154 views as of 8.9.18.
Digital Publications and Media
“Cancelled in Purple: Alice Walker’s Virginia Woolf Calendar.” Modernism/modernity Print Plus, Volume 3, Cycle 3. Peer Reviewed. November 13, 2018.
Interviewed in “Found: Former UH Graduate Students Discover ‘Forgotten’ Anne Sexton Poems.” Allyn West, Houston Chronicle. October 16, 2018.
“Everyday En Dehors Garde.” Mina Loy Navigating the Avant-Garde. August 8, 2018.
“Talking Literature & Multimodality with Dr. Amanda Golden, NYIT.” The Write Mode Podcast. May 29, 2018.
“Girl Powered Art and Technology: An Exhibition by Students in ICLT 300: Women, Technology, and Art.” Wisser Library, NYIT. December 2017-March 2018.
“Q&A with Amanda Golden: A Study in Archives.” By Julie Godsoe. NYIT: The Box. Dec. 6, 2017.
Facebook Live, “Women, Technology, and Art.” Interview with Dean Nada Anid, School of Engineering and Computing Sciences at NYIT. 4 October 2017. 788 views as of 10.11.17.
Marissa Kessenich, “Bringing Anne Sexton Back into the Conversation: Q&A with Amanda Golden.” Cultural Compass. Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin. November 22, 2016.
“Modernist Marginalia.” Podcast. Bodleian Library, Oxford University. Oxford, UK. July 13, 2016.
“Navigating Modernism’s Visual History.” Teaching Modernist Writing in English Blog. Modern Language Association. April 2016.
“Digital Woolf” and “Global Digital Modernisms” included in Resources for Teaching Modernist Women’s Writing in English. Modern Language Association.
“Victorian Technology and Art.” For “Teaching Tools.” Studies in the Novel Affiliate Website. July 2015.
“Mock Interviews with Contemporary African American Writers.” TECHStyle: A Forum for Digital Pedagogy and Research by the Brittain Fellows at Georgia Tech. April 2014.
“Mapping Jacob’s Room.” TECHStyle. November 2013.
“Untouchable E-Books: Mulk Raj Anand, Modernism, and Technology.” TECHStyle. August 2013. Reposted by Postcolonial Digital Humanities.
“Archival Expedition.” A three-part Emory Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library blog entry. Spring 2011.
Editor, Feminist Modernist Digital Humanities Cluster, Feminist Modernist Studies 1.3 (October 2018).
Book Review Editor, Woolf Studies Annual. Fall 2010-present.
Guest Editor, Plath Profiles: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Sylvia Plath Studies 3 (Summer 2010).
Co-Editor with Pamela St. Clair, Virginia Woolf Miscellany 71.1 (Spring / Summer 2007). Issue on Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath.
Teaching Interests: American and British literature from the nineteenth century to the present, composition, Anglo-American modernism, poetry, the novel, transnational literature, Bloomsbury literature and art, the Fifties, post-1945 literature and culture, literary history, archives, textual studies, and the digital humanities.
New York Institute of Technology, Fall 2015-Present
ICLT 331: Women, Technology, and Art. Fall 2018 (hybrid/blended), Summer 2018 (online), Fall 2017 (in person as ICLT 300). This course takes the nature of experiment as its subject, considering the art of the novel, poetic form, science fiction, visual art, and graphic narratives.
ICLT 330: Global Literature and Digital Media. Spring 2019 and Spring 2018 (hybrid/blended), Fall 2016 (in person).
With technology as a focus, this course interprets the ways that global writers and artists approach such topics as identity, gender, war, the city, comics, and popular culture.
ICLT 311: Modernism: Lit and Culture Early Twentieth Century: “Global Digital Modernisms.” Spring 2017, Spring 2016. Course addressing the global dimensions of literature and culture during the first half of the twentieth century.
FCWR 101: Foundations of College Composition: “College in the Digital World.” Fall 2018, Fall 2017. Analyzing representations of college life in nonfiction, fiction, film, and other forms of media.
FCWR 151: Writing II: Foundations of Research Writing: “Writing New York.” Spring 2019-2016.
Course analyzing literature and art of New York City, focusing on the early twentieth century.
FCWR 101: Writing I: Foundations of College Composition: “Apple and Microsoft: 1975 to the Present.” Fall 2016, Fall 2015-2 sections. Writing course examining such topics as hardware, software, aesthetics, narrative, innovation, competition, and global marketing.
FCWR 151: Writing II: Foundations of Research Writing: “Writing Long Island.” Fall 2015.
Course addressing suburban culture from the nineteenth through the twenty-first century.
Columbia University, Summer 2016.
Reading and Critical Thinking: "Reading New York." Summer Programs for High School Students, Session II. Students entering grades 11, 12, and first year of college.
Georgia Tech 2012-2015
English 1102: “Victorian Technology and Art.” Spring 2015.
Three sections of course examining technology, the arts, and literary expression in nineteenth century England and the British Empire. We will also consider the changing role of the city, the landscape, the gothic, industrialization, print culture, film adaptations, and digital archives.
English 1102: "Global Digital Modernisms." Fall 2014.
Three sections of course addressing the global dimensions of literature and culture during the first half of the twentieth century.
English 1102: “African American Literature from the Harlem Renaissance to the Digital Present.” Spring 2014.
Three sections of course addressing twentieth and twenty-first century African American literature, which concluded with contemporary Atlanta writers. In their projects, students investigated and create digital resources for literary, cultural, and historical research. English 1102: “Digital Woolf.” Fall 2013. Three sections of course addressing Virginia Woolf's fiction, essays, journals, and correspondence alongside the literature and art of the Bloomsbury Group. We considered such topics as the city, fashion, technology, transportation, Woolf's twenty-first century digital presence, and film adaptations of her novels. Students wrote essays, contributed to a class blog, gave research presentations, and created digital projects.
English 1102: “Modernism: Technology and Communication.” Spring 2013.
Three sections of course analyzing forms of written, oral, visual, electronic, and nonverbal communication in late nineteenth to early twentieth century British, American, and Anglophone literature. We considered the impact of changes in transportation, cities, media, telephones, telegraphs, war, and the British Empire.
English 1101: “Apple and Microsoft: 1975 to the Present.” Fall 2012.
Three sections of multimodal WOVEN (Written, Oral, Visual, Electronic, and Nonverbal) communication course.
Agnes Scott College 2012
English 110: The Craft of Writing: “Writing and the Women’s College.” Spring 2012.
Writing course addressing mid-nineteenth to twenty-first century literature by women’s college alumnae.
Emory University 2010-2011
English 101: Expository Writing: “Advertising and Consumer Culture.” Fall 2011.
Two sections of course analyzing literature, history, and culture from the late nineteenth century to the present.
American Studies 385: “Midcentury Poetics.” Spring 2011. Cross-listed as English 389 and Women’s Studies 385.
Course in American poetry and culture from 1945 to 1970 addressing gender, race, confession, urbanity, the everyday, the visual arts, and textual culture.
Literature University of Washington 2004-2010
English 440: “Post-1945 American Poetry.” Summer 2010.
English 338: Modern Poetry: “Anglo-American Poetry, 1890-1945.” Spring 2010.
English 337: The Modern Novel: “British Fiction: 1900-1939.” Winter 2010.
English 243: Reading Poetry: “American Poetry: 1860-1960.” Winter 2010.
English 200: “British Modernism and the Creative Process.” Spring 2007.
English 243: “American Poetry and the Archive.” Winter 2007. Nineteenth and twentieth century poetry and poetics.
English 200: “Modernism and Material Culture: The Changing Texture of Literature.” Fall 2006.
Anglo-American modernist fiction and poetry.
English 197: Writing in the Humanities. Interdisciplinary Writing Program. Spring 2008-Spring 2009 and Fall 2007. Writing course accompanying required lecture course for majors, English 202: Introduction to English Language and Literature.
English 131: Composition: Exposition. Summer 2008 and Fall 2004-Spring 2005.
English 111: Composition: Literature: “The Scandalous Fifties” (Winter 2008) and “The Fifties: Domesticity and History” (Fall 2005-Spring 2006).
Essay Writing. The Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars. University of Washington. Summers 2005-2007. Three courses for advanced high school students in writing narrative and analytical essays in response to fiction, poetry, and prose.
Tutoring and Section Leading 2004-2005
English Tutor, 2005. Writing and conversation for two high school students from South Korea.
Teaching Assistant, Women/CHID 350: Women in Literature and the Law. Women’s Studies and Comparative History of Ideas, Washington. Spring 2004. Two discussion sections addressing American literature and the law from the seventeenth to the twentieth century.
Lectures, Presentations, and Conferences
"Scholar Roundtable, This Business of Words: Reassessing Anne Sexton." New York Public Library. New York, NY. April 2017. Audio Recording.
“Rooms are Never Finished: The Legacy of Agha Shahid Ali.” Poets House. New York, NY. April 2017. Audio Recording.
“Annotating Modernism.” Material Texts Seminar. Bodleian Library. Oxford University, UK. June 2016.
Great Works Seminar, “Creation of Modernism.” Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry, Emory University, Atlanta, GA. Spring 2015. Four-session N. E. H. funded seminar open to the public.
Keynote Speaker, “Living in the Margins: Sylvia Plath’s College Reading.” “Beyond the Margins” Student Conference. Middle Georgia State College. Macon, GA. March 2015.
Great Works Seminar, “Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own.” Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry. Emory. Spring 2014. Four-session N. E. H. funded seminar.
Featured Speaker, “Transnational Plath: Writing ‘Purdah.’” Sylvia Plath Symposium. Indiana University, Bloomington. October 2012.
Public Lecture, “Teaching Modernist Texts: Sylvia Plath at Midcentury.” Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry. Emory. March 2011.
Featured Speaker, “‘Beyond the Mundane Order’: Sylvia Plath’s Reading and Teaching of Modernism.” New England Poetry Conference. University of Massachusetts, Lowell. April 2007.
“Plath Revising and Publishing.” Smith College, Northampton, MA. January 2018.
“Plath Editing, Annotating, and Teaching.” Smith College. January 2018.
“Editing Sylvia Plath’s Poetry.” Smith College. January 2017.
“Sylvia Plath’s Poetry Manuscripts.” Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. October 2016. “Orlando’s Plath.” University of St. Thomas, MN. March 2016. “Sylvia Plath’s Bees.” United States Military Academy. West Point, NY. March 2016. “Everyday Plath.” Columbia University, New York, NY. December 2015.
“Sylvia Plath’s Reading and the Manuscripts of her Late Poems.” Brandeis University. November 2015.
“Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes.” University of Saint Thomas, MN. October 2015.
"Faculty Workshop: Digital Methods in Humanities Teaching." Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. May 2015.
“Introduction to Annotating Modernism: Marginalia and Pedagogy from Virginia Woolf to the Confessional Poets.” New York Modernism Seminar. New York, NY. June 2013.
With Margaret Konkol, “What the Liberal Arts can do with Technology in the Classroom.” Presentation for the faculty. Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, GA. March 2013.
Conference Sessions Organized
Roundtable, "Feminist Designs: Visualizing the Future of Modernist Digital Humanities.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Columbus, OH. November 2018.
“New York as Text: Bibliographies and Geographies.” Forum on Scholarly Editing and Bibliography. Modern Language Association Convention. New York, NY. January 2018.
“Teaching Modernism in the Digital World.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference. Atlanta, GA. November 2013.
Roundtable, “Everyday Technology: Teaching Modernism and Digital Media.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Sussex, UK. September-October 2013.
“Moving Spectacles: Modernism and Place.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV. October 2012.
“Institutional Woolf.” International Virginia Woolf Society Panel. Modern Language Association Convention. Seattle, WA. January 2012.
“Transatlantic Exchanges.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference. Atlanta, GA. November 2011.
with Anita Helle, “Modernism and the Scene of the Archive.” Peer Seminar. Modernist Studies Association Conference. Victoria, B. C. November 2010.
“Reading Modernism at Mid-Century.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Nashville, TN. November 2008.
“Annotating Modernist Texts: New Material Approaches in Modernist Studies.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Tulsa, OK. October 2006.
“Virginia Woolf, Sylvia Plath, and Material Culture.” International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Denver, CO. June 2008.
“Digital Transitions: Recovering Edna O’Brien’s Sylvia Plath Screenplay.” American Conference for Irish Studies. Boston, MA. March 2019.
“‘For Shame!’: Gwendolyn Brooks and Midcentury Annotations." Modern Language Association Convention. Chicago, IL. January 2019.
“The New Yorker Network.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Columbus, OH. Nov. 2018
“‘Different from what it is”: Sylvia Plath’s Collected Poems.” Sylvia Plath: Letters, Words, and Fragments Conference. University of Ulster, UK. November 2017.
"Unprinted Pages: Recovering Edna O’Brien’s Sylvia Plath Play.” Transnational Print Culture Conference. Fordham University. New York, NY. October 2017.
“On Manuscripts: Virginia Woolf and Archives.” Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Reading, UK. June 2017.
Roundtable, “Feminism, Pedagogy, and the New Modernist Studies.” Modern Language Association Convention. Philadelphia, PA. January 2017
“Making the Moors New: Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes.” Modern Language Association Convention. Philadelphia, PA. January 2017.
Roundtable, “Oh, the Places Modernist Studies Will Go.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Pasadena, CA. November 2016.
Breakout Session Leader, “Feminist Digital Pedagogy.” Jane Marcus Feminist University Conference. Graduate Center, City University of New York. New York, NY. September 2016.
“Textbook Greek: Thoby Stephen in Jacob’s Room.” Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Leeds, UK. June 2016.
“Digital Design with William Morris.” Modern Language Association Convention. Austin, TX. 2016.
“Modernism’s Apps.” Digital Diversity: Writing, Feminism, Culture. Edmonton, Canada. May 2015.
Roundtable Participant, “Digital Humanities and the Harlem Renaissance.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. November 2014.
“After the Telegraph: Modernism and Technology.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference. Atlanta, GA. November 2013.
“Sylvia Plath’s Nighttown: Midcentury Marginalia in Plath’s Copy of Ulysses.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference. Atlanta, GA. November 2013.
"Transnational Portraits: Sylvia Plath Teaching James Joyce." American Conference for Irish Studies Southern Region. Decatur, GA. March 2013.
“Sylvia Plath, India, and Modernism.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV. October 2012.
“Expanding the James Joyce Archive: Midcentury Pedagogy, Modernism, and Poetics.” International James Joyce Symposium. Dublin, Ireland. June 2012.
“Ezra Pound’s Role in John Berryman’s Modernist Pedagogy.” Modern Language Association Convention. Seattle, WA. January 2012.
“‘Only teaching on Tuesdays’: Robert Lowell and Elizabeth Bishop at Harvard.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference. Atlanta, GA. November 2011.
“‘A Brief Note in the Margin’: Virginia Woolf and Annotating.” International Conference on Virginia Woolf.” Glasgow, Scotland. June 2011.
“Ted Hughes and the Midcentury American Academy.” Ted Hughes International Conference. Pembroke College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK. September 2010.
“Annotating Saul Bellow: Anne Sexton in Academia.” American Literature Association Conference. San Francisco, CA. May 2010.
“On Not Teaching Virginia Woolf: Sylvia Plath Reading Woolf and Teaching Modernism.” International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Fordham University. New York, NY. June 2009.
“Luminous Details in The Dream Songs: John Berryman Annotating Ezra Pound.” Modernist Studies Association. Nashville, TN. November 2008.
“Anne Sexton’s Modern Library.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Nashville, TN. November 2008.
“‘In My End is My Beginning:’ Sylvia Plath and Pedagogy.” Sylvia Plath 75th Year Literary Symposium. Oxford University. Oxford, UK. October 2007.
“The Shape of the Line.” Society for Textual Scholars Conference. New York, NY. March 2007.
“A Teacher of Henry James.” Modern Language Association Convention. Philadelphia, PA. December 2006.
“‘The Sweepings of Every Country Including Our Own’: Sylvia Plath’s Annotation of Ulysses.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Tulsa, OK. October 2006.
“Annotating Herself: Anne Sexton’s Teaching Notes.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Tulsa, OK. October 2006.
“Reading Sylvia Plath’s copy of E. E. Cummings’s i: six nonlectures: Rethinking Cummings’s Impact on Post-War Poetry.” Twentieth Century Literature Conference. Louisville, KY. February 2006.
“‘And My Taroc Pack and My Taroc Pack’: Dealing Eliot’s Cultural Artifacts.” T. S. Eliot Society Annual Meeting. St. Louis, MO. September 2005.
“The New Frontier: Sylvia Plath’s Teaching of D. H. Lawrence.” International D. H. Lawrence Conference. Santa Fe, NM. June 2005.
“Exploring Sylvia Plath’s Navigation of A Writer’s Diary: Reassessing Plath’s Reading of Virginia Woolf.” International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Lewis and Clark College. Portland, OR. June 2005.
“Sylvia Plath and Exclamation Points: Reading Plath After The Restored Ariel.” Modernist Studies Association. Vancouver, B.C. October 2004.
“Virginia Woolf’s Influence on Sylvia Plath’s Abandoned Novel, Falcon Yard.” International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Smith College. Northampton, MA. June 2003.
“Sylvia Plath’s Literary Evolution.” Sylvia Plath Seventieth Year Literary Symposium. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. October 2002. Panels Chaired
“New York as Text: Bibliographies and Geographies Roundtable.” Modern Language Association Convention. New York, NY. January 2018.
Roundtable, “Revolutions in Poetic Lineage.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Boston, MA. November 2015.
“Dynamic Dorothea: Reading and Teaching Middlemarch.” Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference. Atlanta, GA. April 2015.
“By Design: Modernism and the Legacies of Nineteenth-Century Landscapes.” Modernist Studies Association Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. November 2014/
“Joycean Pedagogy.” International James Joyce Symposium. Dublin, Ireland. June 2012.
“Institutional Woolf.” International Virginia Woolf Society Panel. Modern Language Association Convention. Seattle, WA. January 2012.
Service to the Profession
MLA Discussion Group on Bibliography and Textual Studies. Executive Committee, 2015-2020.
Modernist Studies Association Conference Organizing Committee. New York, 2020.
Manuscript Reviews. Contemporary Literature, Woolf Studies Annual, and Textual Cultures, 2018; PMLA, College Literature, Feminist Modernist Studies, and Literature, Interpretation, Theory, 2017; Modernism/modernity, 2017 and 2015; The Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945, 2015.
Board of Editorial Advisors. Textual Cultures: Texts, Contexts, Interpretation. Summer 2018-present.
Editorial Board, Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present. 2016-present.
Editing Sylvia Plath’s Poetry. Team-taught January-term course with Karen V. Kukil, Associate Curator of Special Collections at Smith College in 2017 and 2018.
“‘This is the light of the mind . . .’: Selections from the Sylvia Plath Collection of Judith G. Raymo.” Assistance with exhibition held at the Grolier Club in New York, NY, Fall 2017.
“One Life: Sylvia Plath.” Assistance with exhibition curated by Dorothy Moss and co-curated by Karen V. Kukil at the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D. C. 2017.
Minimal Computing. Working Group of Global Outlook::Digital Humanities (GO::DH), a Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO). 2015-present.
Atlanta Modernisms. Co-Founder of seminar and discussion group that hosts presentations. 2014-2015.
Advisory Board, Ted Hughes Society Journal. 2011-present.
Editorial Board, Plath Profiles: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Sylvia Plath Studies. 2009-present.
Service to NYIT
Service to the English Department
English Department Writing Center Director, Fall 2015-present: Supervising graduate assistant and professional tutors; outreach; assessment; overseeing software for tutoring, appointments, and data collection.
Courses Developed, ICLT 330: Global Literature and Digital Media and ICLT 331: Women, Technology, and Art. Both approved Spring 2018.
Why I Write: Celebrating NYIT Writers. Organized Event. Fall 2017.
International Write-In. Organized event. Spring 2016.
Service to the College of Arts and Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences Advisory Board Presentation. Fall 2017.
Student Orientation Presentation. Summer 2017.
Information Literacy Workshop. Attended, Summer 2017.
Graduation Faculty Marshall. Spring 2017.
First-Year Experience Planning Group. Spring 2017.
Invited Speaker, Mark Hussey, Distinguished Professor of English, Pace University. Spring 2017.
Service to the Institution
Faculty Senate, English Department Representative and Communications Committee, Fall 2017-Spring 2019.
SOURCE Conference Faculty Advisor. Spring 2018.
Architecture Satellite Writing Tutoring Event. Spring 2018.
Fall Open House. English Department representative. Fall 2018, 2015.
Preview Day. English Department representative, Spring 2018, 2016.
Architecture 501 Thesis Studio Writing Workshop. Fall 2017.
New Faculty Orientation. Fall 2017, Fall 2016.
SOURCE Conference Workshop. Organized preparation event, Spring 2017.
High Impact Practices Panel Discussion. Spring 2017.
Design 201 Class Writing Workshop. Fall 2016.
Service to the Community
Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Art+Feminism. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. Spring 2018.
Hackathon for UNRAVEL Boxes Education Products. First Look Media. New York, NY. Spring 2017.
Hackathon for Fiver Children’s Foundation. First Look Media. New York, NY. Spring 2016.
Service to Georgia Tech
“Digital Woolf” Poster. Celebrating Teaching Day. Center for Teaching and Learning. Spring 2015.
Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Conference Planning Committee. School of Literature, Media, and Communication. Fall 2014-present.
New Brittain Fellow Mentor. Writing and Communication Program. Fall 2014-Spring 2015.
WOVENText Electronic Textbook Committee. Writing and Communication Program. Fall 2013-present. Committee for revising Georgia Tech’s English 1101 and 1102 E-Book.
Curriculum Innovation Committee. Writing and Communication Program. Fall 2012.
Service to the University of Washington
Undergraduate Education Committee, Washington English Department. 2008-2009.
Coordinating Committee, Modernist Studies Group. 2005-2008. Member 2004-2005. Interdisciplinary research cluster supported by the Simpson Center for the Humanities.
Research Positions / Exhibition
Research Consultant, Sylvia Plath Collection. Smith College. 2001- present. Answering research questions, meeting with scholars, and revising finding aid. Contributed to Karen V. Kukil’s exhibition, “Unconquered by Flames: The Literary Lights at Yaddo” (2009).
Research Assistant, “No Other Appetite”: Sylvia Plath, Ted Hughes, and the Blood Jet of Poetry. Curated by Karen V. Kukil and Steven C. Enniss. The Grolier Club, New York, NY. Fall 2005. Exhibition of materials in Sylvia Plath’s archive at Smith College and Ted Hughes’s archive at Emory University.
Curator, “Her Novels Make Mine Possible”: Virginia Woolf’s Influence on Sylvia Plath. International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Smith College, June 2003. Designed and wrote exhibition of Plath’s annotated Woolf novels, journals, and poem drafts.
Gabriel Hankins, "The Weak Powers of Digital Modernist Studies." Modernism/modernity 25.3 (Sept. 2018): 577 and 584, n. 35.
Faye Hammill and Mark Hussey, Modernism’s Print Cultures (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016): 51.
Hussey, Mark. “Digital Woolf.” A Companion to Virginia Woolf. Ed. Jessica Berman (Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell, 2016): 270.
Bate, Jonathan. Ted Hughes: An Unauthorised Life (HarperCollins, 2015), n. 21 and n. 29, p. 582.
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