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“What We Are Talking about When We Talk About Disciplinary History?”, part of an ACLA 2018 seminar on “The Uses of the University Today” organized by Merve Emre and Chris Findeisen.


December 11, 2017 - Penn Workshop in the History of Material Texts
“The Materiality of Syllabi and the History of Literary Study”

December 1, 2016 - Department of English, Villanova University
”What Was Distant Reading?: Critical Counting and Poetic Making in Caroline Spurgeon’s “The Art of Reading” and Shakespeare’s Imagery”

November 5, 2015, Department of English, Louisiana State University
November 6, 2015, Department of English, Tulane University
“A New Archive for Disciplinary History”

February 17, 2015 - Department of English, Columbia University
“A New Archive for Disciplinary History”

February 18, 2015 - Department of English, Fordham University
“Southall in The Sacred Wood: T.S. Eliot’s Extension School Teaching”

January 22, 2015 - Department of English and , University of Tulsa
“New Disciplinary History: The Mid-Century Classrooms of Edmund Wilson and Cleanth Brooks”

February 19, 2015 - Faculty Lecture, Swarthmore College
“Classrooms without Canons: A New History of Literary Study”