Presentations

“Liminality in Letters.” 13th International Conference on the Short Story in English. Vienna, Austria (July 2014).

“A Sketchy Process: The Challenges and Benefits of Student Journals.” Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Harrisburg, PA. (April 2014).

“Epistolary Personae: Negotiating Private Desire and Public Identity.” Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Harrisburg, PA. (April 2014).

“Words and Images: Do You See What I Say?” Great Writing. London, UK. (June 2013).

“Riding the Lonely Dragon: The Performance of Coriolanus on Film.” Popular Culture Association Annual Conference. Washington DC. (March 2013).

“Original Poetry.” Popular Culture Association Annual Conference. Washington DC. (March 2013).

“Cameras, Constancy, and Consensus in Ralph Fiennes’s Coriolanus.” Literature/Film Association Annual Conference. York, PA. (October 2012).

“Our Rarer Monsters: What We Share with Monsters Past and Present.” Helsinki Poetics Conference: Poetry in the Age of Terror. Helsinki, Finland. (August 2012).

Hamlet in (and off) Stages: Television, Serialization, and Shakespearean Adaptation.” Wooden O Symposium. Cedar City, Utah. (August 2012).

“Writing Program Administration Without a Writing Program Administrator.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. St. Louis, MO. (March 2012).

“Out of Line: Edginess in Prose Poems.” Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Rochester, NY. (March 2012).

“Creative Possibilities in the Literature Classroom.” Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Rochester, NY. (March 2012).

“From Elsinore to Charming: Hamlet and Sons of Anarchy.” Literature/Film Association Annual Conference. New Britain, CT. (October 2011).

“Creative Writing: Poetry.” Popular Culture Association of the South Conference. New Orleans, LA. (October 2011).

“Original Poetry.” Popular Cultural Association Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX. (April 2011).

“Poetry and the Academy.” Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention. New Brunswick, NJ. (April 2011).

“Faith and Falsity in the Name of Love: King Lear and Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead.” Literature/Film Association Annual Conference. Milwaukee, WI. (November 2010).

“Creative Writing: Poetry.” Popular Culture Association of the South. Savannah, GA. (October 2010).

“Making a World in Stages.” Poetry and Voice Conference. Chichester, UK. (June 2010).

“Schooling Figures.” Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Montreal, Canada. (April 2010).

“Rotten Richard: Shakespeare, Punk, and the Sex Pistols.” Literature/Film Association Annual Conference. Carlisle, PA. (October 2009).

“Making a World in Stages: Poetry Inspired by Shakespeare” (original poetry). English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities Annual Conference. Shippensburg, PA. (October 2009).

“Popular Culture and Culture in Conflict” (original poetry). College English Association Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. (March 2009).

“Creative Writing” (original poetry). Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Boston, MA. (March 2009).

“Writing Faculties: Bridging Creativity and Pedagogy.” English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities Annual Conference. Kutztown, PA. (October 2008).

‘“Creative Writing” (original poetry). Penn State University Annual English Conference. State College, PA. (September 2008).

“Stages” (original poetry). Popular Cultural Association Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. (April 2008).

“Trans-Atlantic Writings: Travel Literature and the Autobiographies of Edith Wharton and Gertrude Stein.” Mid-Atlantic American Culture Association Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA. (October 2007).

“It’s Official: How Commercial Interests ‘Guide’ Studies of ‘William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.’” Popular Culture Association Annual Conference. Boston, MA. (March 2007).

“The Play Within: Getting to the Bottom of Get Over It.” Literature/Film Association Annual Conference. Towson, MD. (October 2006).

“Against Type: Writing and the First Year Experience.” New Jersey College English Association Fall Conference. South Orange, NJ. (September 2006).

“The Advising Continuum: Before, During, and After.” (poster session; copresenter with Jane Emery, Director Penn State York Advising Center). Mid-Atlantic Region National Academic Advising Association Annual Conference. Lancaster, PA. (April 2006).

“Play is the Thing: Shakespearean Improvisation in The Salton Sea.’” Literature/Film Association Annual Conference. Carlisle, PA. (October 2005).

“Darkness Invisible: How High School Prepares Students to Read” (roundtable). Penn State University Annual English Conference. State College, PA. (September 2005).

“The Master and the ‘Mountain of Misery’: Henry James in Edith Wharton’s A Backward Glance.” Washington University Graduate Student Colloquium. St. Louis, MO. (October 2000).

“The Human Torch vs. The Green Lantern: Comic Books, Culture, and Identity in Rick Moody’s The Ice Storm and Patrick McCabe’s The Butcher Boy.” International Irish Studies Graduate Student Conference. Claremont, CA. (March 2000).

“Defying the Custom of the Country: France and Profession in the Autobiographies of Edith Wharton and Gertrude Stein.” Midwest Graduate Student English Conference. Columbia, MO. (February 2000).