Invited Lectures on Modernism and Pedagogy
I have been invited to talk about modernism and pedagogy at various academic venues.
June 2020 at the Teach@CUNY Summer Institute: I spoke at the faculty plenary about literary studies and the CUNY undergrad to entering graduate students [video]
January 2019 at the Bard High School Early College Dean’s Hour Talk: I discussed the politics of emplacement in E. M. Forster’s A Passage to India
October 2018 at the Faculty Roundtable of the Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference of the Comp Literature department at the Graduate Center, CUNY: I spoke about displacement as a useful pedagogic technique for teaching modernism
October 2018 at the Graduate Center, CUNY: I spoke on a panel about new directions in humanities research at the Mellon-funded Community Colleges and the Future of the Humanities conference
January 2018 at the Bard High School Early College Dean’s Hour Talk: I discussed Virginia Woolf and families in To the Lighthouse: [audio]
Public Humanities Work on Modernism
I love talking modernism with non-academic audiences, too. Below are some recent outings.
Other Thoughts and Airings
I’m thrilled when I get the chance to speak about other topics related to my work.
August 2020 in the Chronicle of Higher Education: I spoke with Beckie Supiano about how the pandemic is encouraging more of us to embrace pedagogic best practices recommended by Universal Design for Learning
February 2019 at the podcast Indoor Voices: my writing group of CUNY women colleagues discussed the importance of university-level professional support and our development as “good feminists” at work. Listen to us here.