Department of English, 356 Bachelor Hall, Miami University, Oxford,
(513) 529-5276; firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews with Mandell: The Next Big Thing in the Humanities
Profesor, English (2008 to present)
Director, Digital Humanities (2007 to present)
Women's Studies Affiliate (2004 to present)
Armstrong Interactive Media Studies Affiliate (2007 to present)
Associate Professor, English (1999 to 2008)
Assistant Professor, Dept. of English (1993 to 1999)
Director, 18thConnect (2008 to present)
Associate Director, NINES (2007 to present)
Technical Editor, Romantic Circles (2008 to present)
Chair, MLA Committee on Information Technology, 2009 to present
1992-1993, Albuquerque Academy: AP English Teacher (11th
and 12th grades)
Misogynous Economies: The Business of Literature
in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Lexington, KY: Univ. of Kentucky
INTERNET RESOURCES (peer-reviewed)
Learning Narrative Structure (a tool for teaching narratology, built collaboratively in a year-long Learning Community I directed called “Bringing Knowledge Closer: Web Interactivity”): http://www.orgs.muohio.edu/update/160elements/FullBook.html
Digital Humanities http://www.muohio.edu/technologyandhumanities/digHum; course modules http://www.muohio.edu/technologyandhumanities published by ELA (the Ohio Learning Network’s Electronic-Learning Athenaeum http://cscc.edu/oln/; featured on the OLN Innovative Course Page: http://www.oln.org/ILT/disciplines.php
NINES (the interface has changed, but the principles remain the same)
18thConnect (see the sidebar for screencasts)
“Non-Consuming Relevance: the Grub Street Project,” The Shape of Things, ed. Jerome McGann (Rice Univ. Press, 2010), and online: http://shapeofthings.org/papers/
“Histories of Print, Histories of Emotion,” Introduction to a special issue, “Technologies of Emotion,” ed. Laura Mandell, Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 50.2-3 (2010).
“Special Issue: ‘Scholarly Editing in the Twenty-First Century’ - A Conclusion,” Literature Compass 7.2 (2010): 120-133.
“The Poetess Archive Database” (poster), Digital Humanities Quarterly 3.3 (2009) http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/3/3/000059.html
“Hymn, Prayer, Action: Anna Barbauld and the Public Worship Controversy,” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 38 (2009): 117-142.
“Bad Marriages, Bad Novels: The Jacobin ‘Philosophical Romance,’” Recognizing the Romantic Novel, ed. Charlotte Sussman, Jill Heydt-Stevenson (Liverpool Press, 2009).
“The Poetess Archive Database” (poster), Digital Humanities Quarterly (forthcoming 2009)
“Encoding Matter,” by Invitation, Special Forum: Digitisation and Materiality, 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century 6 (April 2008), http://www.19.bbk.ac.uk/issue6/digital%20forum/mandelldigitalforum.pdf
“What Is the Matter? What Literary Theory Neither Hears Nor Sees,” New Literary History 38 (2007): 757-778.
“Imaging Interiority: Photography, Psychology, Lyrical Poetry,” Victorian Studies 49.2 (2007): 218-227.
“Putting Contents on the Table: The Disciplinary Anthology and the Discipline of Literature,” Poetess Archive Journal 1.1 (12 April 2007) <http://unixgen.muohio.edu/~poetess/PAJournal/index.html>
“What's Sex Got to Do With It?: Marriage versus Circulation in The Pennsylvania Magazine, 1775-1776,” in Long Before Stonewall: Histories of Same-Sex Sexuality in Early America, ed. Thomas A. Foster (New York University Press, forthcoming 2007)
“Nineteenth-Century Poetry,” Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature: 1707-1918, ed. Susan Manning (Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming 2006)
“Educational Theory, Web Interactivity, and Romanticism,” Romantic Pedagogy Commons (January 2004) <http://www.rc.umd.edu/pedagogies/commons/innovations/intro.html> 14. Jan. 2004. [peer-reviewed]
“Virtue and Evidence: Catharine Macaulay’s Historical Realism,” special issue, “Women Writers in the Eighteenth Century,” issue editor Laura Rosenthal, JEMCS 4.1 (2004): 135-166. (available in pdf)
“The First Women (Psycho-)Analysts, or the Friends of Feminist History,” special issue “Feminism in Time,” eds. Margaret Ferguson, Marshall Brown, MLQ 65.1 (2004): 69-92. (This link to the article will only work if you are subscribed to Project Muse.)
“The Original Author: How Digital Technology Reconceptualizes the Author (and the Self),” The International Journal of the Book 1 (2003): 207-213 (available in pdf)
"Joseph Johnson's Lessons for Men: Producing the Professional Woman Writer," The Wordsworth Circle 33.3 (Summer 2002): 108-112. (The list of Works Cited that had been inadvertently omitted from the published article is available to download here).
“Presentism vs. Archivalism in Research and the Classroom: Introduction,” in Praxis (Feb. 2002) <http://www.rc.umd.edu/praxis/contemporary/mandell/forum_intro.html>
"Sacred Secrets: Romantic Biography, Romantic Reform," Nineteenth-Century Prose 28.2 (Fall 2001): 28-54 (available in pdf)
"'Those Limbs Disjointed of Gigantic Power': Barbauld's Personifications and the (Mis) Attribution of Political Agency," Studies in Romanticism 37 (Spring 1998): 27-41 (available in pdf)
"Virtual Encounters: Using an Electronic Mailing List in the Literature Classroom," Profession 1997: 126-32 (available in pdf)
"Canons Die Hard: A Review of the New Romantic Anthologies," Romanticism on the Net 7 (August, 1997) <http://www.ron.umontreal.ca/>
"Demystifying (with) the Repugnant Female Body: Mary Leapor and Feminist Literary History," Criticism 38.4 (Fall 1996): 551-582 (available in pdf)
"Rehistoricizing Romantic Ideology: New Perspectives on Gender and Class Conflict, 1730-1800," Blake 27.2 (Fall 1993): 46-63 (available in pdf)
and Merchants: Engendering Capitalist Desires," ELH
59.1 (Spring 1992): 107-123.
BIOGRAPHY, CRITICAL INTRODUCTION, BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Susannah Hawkins, Lady Margaret Maclean Clephane Compton Northampton, Mary Panton, in Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period, Stephen Behrendt and Nancy Kushigian, ed. (Alexander Street Press, 2001; http://www.alexanderstreetpress.com)
Editor, The Castle of Otranto and The Man of Feeling: A Longman Cultural Edition (forthcoming 10/2006)
Editor, Two Gothic Novels: The Castle of Otranto
and the Old English Baron: (Introduction
as Word Document)
Digital Humanities <http://www.muohio.edu/technologyandhumanities>, 22 August 2003: the bibliographies, course modules complete with assignments, and teaching instructions were written by me; they have been published by ELA (the Ohio Learning Network’s Electronic-Learning Athenaeum <http://cscc.edu/oln/>
The Original Author <http://www.muohio.edu/technologyandhumanities/eng495/paper2.htm>
Anna Barbauld’s Prose Works <http://www.muohio.edu/womenpoets/barbauld> (2005 with additions)
The Bijou <http://www.muohio.edu/anthologies/bijou> (2005)
Rev. of Tilar Mazzeo, Plagiarism and Literary Property in the Romantic Period, Keats-Shelley Journal 58 (2009) (forthcoming)
Rev. of Louise Barnett, Jonathan Swift in the Company of Women, Journal of Gender Studies 18.2 (2009) (forthcoming)
Rev. of Andrew Franta, Romanticism and the Rise of the Mass Public, Keats-Shelley Journal 57 (2008): 140-142.
Rev. of Judith Wilt, ed., Making Humans, Susan Wolfson, ed., Frankenstein, J. Paul Hunter, ed., Frankenstein, Romantic Circles Reviews 7.2 (Winter 2004) <http://www.rc.umd.edu/reviews/index.html>
Rev. of Nanora Sweet, Julie Melnyk, eds., Felicia Hemans, and Susan Wolfson, ed, Felicia Hemans, Romanticism on the Net 29-30 (February 2003): <http://www.ron.umontreal.ca/>
Rev. of Deidre Lynch, The Economy of Character: Novels, Market Culture, and the Business of Inner Meaning, Studies in Romanticism 42.3 (Fall 2003): 397-401 (available in pdf)
Rev. of Graham Law, Serializing Fiction in the Victorian Press, and Leah Price, The Anthology and the Rise of the Novel, The Wordsworth Circle 32.4 (2001): 278-80.
Rev. of Harriet Kramer Linkin and Stephen C. Behrendt, eds., Romanticism and Women Poets: Opening the Doors of Reception, Romanticism on the Net 19 (August 2000) [accessed 28 February 2001] <http://www.erudit.org/revue/ron/2000/v/n19/005933ar.html>
Rev. of Susan J. Wolfson, Formal Charges: The Shaping of Poetry in British Romanticism, Romanticism on the Net 18 (May 2000) <http://www.erudit.org/revue/ron/2000/v/n18/005925ar.html>
Review of Laura Runge, Gender and Language in British Literary Criticism, Modern Philology 97.4 (May 2000)
and Information Technology," BARS
Bulletin & Review No. 16 (September 1999): 11-14.
AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS:
“18thConnect and Open-Access Full-Text,” Mellon Officer’s Grant for $41,000 awarded July 14, 2010.
President’s Academic Enrichment Award (PAEA), Miami University, with Kerry Powell, Wiestse de Boer, and Charles Ganelin: $250,000 to start Miami’s Humanities Center (2008)
NCSA (National Center for Supercomputing Applications / I-CHASS (Illinois Center for Computing in the Humanities, Arts, and Science), 200,000 hours of supercomputer time for 18thConnect for OCR development, 2009-2010. Announced 29 June 2009.
CACR (Center for Academic Computing Research, Miami Univ.) Grant, 2007-2008 ($4,000)
Assigned Research Appointment for The Poetess Archive – Paid Leave for Fall 2005 semester.
Principal Investigator for "Bringing Knowledge Closer through Web Interactivity," Ohio Learning Network Grant for 2004-2005 ($20,000); CETE Grant for 2004-2005 ($5,000)
CELT Teaching Excellence Award, Miami University, Awarded Fall 2002
Ohio Learning Network, co-applicant and co-leader with Mark McBride (Director of Faculty Development in Learning Technologies, OAST) for Learning Community: Humanities and Digital Technology, Seed Implementation Grants for 2002-3, $28,000; Miami / OAST matching funds, $10,000.
Research Graduate Assistantship for Poetess Poetics (2002-2003; grad student research assist.)
CELT Community Using Technology to Enhance Teaching and Learning; awarded for year 2000 / 2001.
Assigned Research Appointment for "Melancholia, Realism, and the Battle of the Disciplines" (awarded February 2000 for leave Fall 2000)
CORST (The Committee on Research and Special Training, a subcommittee of the American Psychoanalytic Association) Paper Prize, awarded December, 1999, for "Melancholia's Cure, or Resurrection by Poetry."
Midwestern MLA Women's Caucus, Honorable Mention for "Demystifying (With) the Repugnant Female Body" (see publications below), 1996.
Liberal Education Council Grant, Miami University, to develop a class for the Romantic Thematic Sequence: "The New Child." Spring, 1996.
Small Instructional Grant, Miami University, The College of Arts and Sciences, to develop a class for the Romantic Thematic Sequence: "The New Child." Fall, 1995.
Assigned Research Appointment, Miami University: "The Spectacle of Melancholia in Eighteenth-Century British Philosophical Literature," Fall 1995.
Summer Research Appointment and Grant to Promote Research, Miami University, awarded November 12, 1993: "The Emergence of Anthologies of Poetry in Eighteenth-Century England."
Tuition Award (partial), the School of Criticism and Theory, Summer 1991.
Student Action Corps Summer Grant, NARAL, Summer 1990 (award declined).
Sage Graduate Fellowship, Cornell University, 1989-90.
Mellon Fellowships in the Humanities, Fall 1986
Phi Beta Kappa, 1986
Daniel Jackling Award for the French Summer School, Univ. of New Mexico, June 1985.
Lena M. Todd Prize in English, Univ. of New Mexico, May 1984.
Announcing: a new XSLT programming course offered at Miami University, May 2009, and Dublin, Ireland, at the Digital Humanities Observatory Summer School, 2009
Digital Media courses (see http://www.muohio.edu/englishtech)
Co-teaching, “Postmodern Freud,” Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute, Fall 2002
Graduate Seminar: “Poetess Poetics,” Miami Univ., Spring 2002
Graduate Seminar: “Artistic, Popular, Revolutionary? Canonizing Romantic Poetry,” Miami
Univ., Fall 1999
Graduate Seminar / Miami Summer Institute: “The Politics of Affect” (Transatlantic / Eighteenth-Century) with Lori Merish, Summer 1998 (Guests: Cora Kaplan, Michael Warner, Julie Ellison)
Graduate Seminar: “Sublime Prospects: Romantic Poetry,” Miami Univ., Fall, 1997.
Graduate Seminar, "Rethinking Literary History: The Eighteenth-Century Novel," Miami University, Spring 1996 (http://www.muohio.edu/~mandellc/novelcl.htm)
Graduate Seminar, "Theories and their Histories," Miami Univ., Fall 2002, Fall 1996, Fall 1994.
Other Graduate Seminars: 605, History of the Profession; 606, Academic Publishing
Eighteenth-Century British Literature: The Cult of Sensibility, Fall 1999, Miami Univ.
The Early Romantic Era, Miami Univ., Spring 2006 (http://www.users.muohio.edu/mandellc/eng339/339aSyllSpring2006.htm), Fall 2003 (http://www.users.muohio.edu/mandellc/eng339/339SyllFall2003.htm), Fall 2001
The Early Romantic Period, Miami Univ., Fall 1997 (, Fall 1996, Fall 1995, Fall 1994, Fall, 1993. For a course homepage including handouts and syllabi, see:
http://www.muohio.edu/~mandellc/eng441/ and eng441b/
The Later Romantic Era, Miami Univ., Spring 2004 (http://www.users.muohio.edu/mandellc/eng342/342SyllSpring2004.htm), Spring 2003 (http://www.users.muohio.edu/mandellc/eng342/342SyllSpring2004.htm), Spring 2002
The Sublime, The Beautiful, and the Picturesque in Eighteenth-Century England, Miami Univ., Spring 1998. A course using the Miami MOO: http://moo.muohio.edu (log in as guest, leaving password blank, then go to Strawberry Hill, Student Country Houses)
Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies, ENG298, for English majors, Miami University, Spring, 2000.
“Transmediating Silence,” Seminar to be given at NASSR 2010, by invitation
NINES and Peer Review, a pre-conference workshop, Laura Mandell and Dana Wheeles, DH2010: July 5, 2010, King’s College London. My Contribution: “Peer-Reviewing Digital Archives: The NINES Model.”
“Laura C. Haystack, SL Avatar, and the Perils of Tenure,” 14 May 2010, Dartmouth College, by invitation
“Forms of Attention: TEI, XSLT, and Processing” 15 April 2010, Southeastern Louisiana University; 10 May 2010, Case Western University; by invitation
“Close and Distant Reading: Archives, Visualization, and Other Matters,” 7 April 2010, Cornell University; 24 April 2010, Ryseron University; 4 May 2010, UCLA; by invitation
Response to Allison Muri and Robert Darnton, Mellon sponsored The Shape of Things, Charlottesville, VA, 28-30 March 2010, by invitation.
Pre-conference Workshop Leader, Evaluating Digital Work for Promotion and Tenure, Susan Schreibman and Jeffrey Schneider, MLA 2009
Chair and Presenter (JuXta, Prezi, Zotero), Web 2.0: What Every Student Knows that You Might Not, MLA, Dec. 2009
“Digital Assessment,” Learning From Assessment, MLA, Dec. 2009
“Interdisciplinarity and Collaboration,” Links and Kinks in the Chain: Collaboration in the Digital Humanities, MLA, Dec. 2009
“Using TEI to Create a Geo-Located Table of Contents for the Poetess Archive in Google Earth,” with Gerald C Gannod and Kristen Bachman (student in CSE); NINES (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth Century Electronic Scholarship) poster presentation with Dana Wheeles, TEI Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, 13-14 Nov. 2009.
“18thConnect: A Scholar-Directed Information Architecture,” ALA (American Library Association) Chicago, IL, 11 July 2009
“Method,” CLIR / Emory University: Future of Digital Scholarship, 18 April 2009.
“Encoding and Visualizing Literature,” Haverford University, by invitation, Mellon-sponsored meeting called “Digital Archivalism and the Future of the Humanities,” 4 April 2009, power-point available here
“Self-Articulation, Unsex’d: ‘Philosophical Romance’ as Feminist Autobiography,” ASECS, Richmond, 27 March 2009.
“Literature Encoded: Reading Otherwise,” Society for Textual Studies, invited plenary, 20 March 2009.
“Mapping Feeling onto Print: Adam Smith, the Case, and Romantic Literary Subjectivity,” University of Colorado, by invitation, 21 November 2008.
“The Future of Humanities Scholarship in a Digital World,” Dartmouth College, by invitation, 1 August 2008. -- available here
“Gynesis and Ontology: What Difference does Sexual Difference Make?” DH2008, Oulu, Finland, 27 June 2008.
“Politics of Digital Scholarship,” San Francisco, ALA 2008.
“How Miscellaneous Minds Look When 'Performed' in Print,” ASECS, Portland, 2008.
“Phantasmatic Historicism: The Secret Life of Information, from Commonplace to Databse,” invited lecture, the Scholar’s Lab, University of Virginia, Feb. 2008; McGill University, April 2008.
“TEI P5,” invited workshop to be given for UVA e-text center, Feb. 2008.
“Programming Poetry: Visualizations in the Poetess Archive Database,” MLA, Chicago, December 2007.
“The Best of Both Worlds: Peer Review through NINES and Social Research with the Collex Tool,” with Bethany Nowviskie, MLA, Chicago, December 2007.
“Misogyny and Technophobia,” Digital Humanities Conference, Univ. of Illinois, July 2007.
“Hymn, Prayer, Action: The Public Worship Controversy,” ASECS, Atlantic City 2007.
“Histories of Emotion, Histories of Print,” GEMCS, Chicago, 2007.
“Wordsworth’s Emotives,” MLA, Philadelphia, PA (30 December 2006).
“Collex and the Poetess Archive Database (http://unixgen.muohio.edu/~poetess) as an Interoperable NINES Resource,” “Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship in the Era of ‘Web 2.0,’” NASSR/NAVSA 2006, Purdue University, 31 August 2006.
“Producing Hate in Private Letters: Horace Walpole, Mary Hays,” NASSR, 16 August 2005 , Montreal , CA .
“Imaging Interiority: Photography, Psychology, Lyrical Poetry,” NASSR/NAVSA 2006, Purdue University, 1 September 2006.
“Online Publishing,” Univ. of South Carolina (by invitation), 5 October 2005.
“Producing Hate in Private Letters: Horace Walpole, Mary Hays,” NASSR, 16 August 2005, Montreal, CA.
“When is it Appropriate to Use TEI or Choose Another Standard?” NINES Summer Workshop, 13 July 2005.
“Epistolary Antipathy and Hitorical Reality in Walpole ’s Letters,” ASECS, 1 April 2005 , Las Vegas , NV ..
“A Storehouse for Purity? Middle-Class Male Readers of The Lady’s Magazine,” MLA, 30 December 2004 , Philadelphia , PA.
“Critical Thinking in the Introductory Humanities Course,” Lilly Conference 20 Nov. 2004
Using TEI, Editing Seminar, NASSR 2004, 8 Sept. 2004 (by invitation).
“Going Public: Humanities at the Core of Knowledge Work,” with Judith de Luce, Humanities Conference 2004: “Future, Human,” Prato, Italy, 20 July 2004.
“Critical Mapping, or Spreading Out: Meeting Postmodernity in the MOO,” Visual Knowledges Conference, Univ. of Edinburgh, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, 17-20 Sept. 2003. <http://webdb.ucs.ed.ac.uk/malts/other/VKC/dsp-all-papers.cfm> And by Invitation, Univ. of Michigan , 9 April 2004 .
“Bad Marriages, Bad Novels: The Feminist Philosophcial Romance,” NASSR, 3 August 2003, New York
"The First Women (Psycho-)Analysts, or The Friends of Feminist History," Univ. of Washington, 11 October 2002, and Univ. of Colorado (Center for British and Irish Studies), 28 February 2003. By Invitation.
"Virtue and Evidence: Projection vs. Transferential History in Debates of the 1790s about Regicide," NASSR 23 August 2002.
"The Politics and Poetics of Religious Melancholy: Anna Barbauld," MLA 29 December 2001.
"[Joseph] Johnson’s Lessons for Men: Producing the Professional Woman Writer," MLA 28 December 2001.
"The Romantic Circles MOO,” with Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Ron Broglio," American Conference on Romanticism, 10 November 2001.
"Sacred Secrets: The Politics of Performative Power in Late Eighteenth-Century Clandestine Marriages," "Revisiting the Eighteenth Century Alumni Conference" Cornell University, 27 October 2001. By invitation.
"The Sublime, the Beautiful, and the Picturesque: Romantic Aesthetics," with Michael Templeton, Miami University Art Museum, 5 April 2001. By invitation.
"Hemans and the Giftbook Aesthetic," Midwestern Modern Language Association Meeting, Kansas City, MO, 3-5 November 2000.
"Dissecting for Metaphor: Joanna Southcott, or Poetry on the Brain," Modern Language Association, Washington, D.C., 27-30 December 2000.
"Melancholia's Cure, or Resurrection by Poetry," American Psychoanalytic Association, December 16, 1999 also given at a Faculty seminar, Dept. of English, Miami Univ., October, 1999, and at the Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute, April 2000.
"Imprinting (with) the 'Female' Mind: Barbauld's Feminist Aesthetic," British Women Writers Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Fall 1999.
"Canons and Curiosities: Periodizing 17th-Century Poetry during the Early 19th-Century," Chair Margaret Ezell, Seventeenth-Century Division panel, Modern Language Association, to be held in Toronto, December, 1997.
"Teaching with The Romantic Chronology," the North American Society for Studies in Romanticism, McMaster University, October, 1997.
"Anna Letitia Barbauld and the Gendering of the Writerly Soul," the British Association of Romantic Studies Conference, Leeds, U.K., July, 1997.
"The Character of Canons: Gender, Class, and Aesthetic Value in Romantic Anthologies," University of Texas at Austin, March 21, 1997; by invitation.
The Romantic Chronology, presented on the panel, "The Canon and the Web: Reconfiguring Romanticism in the Information Age," chairs Alan Liu and Laura Mandell, Modern Language Association, December 1996.
"`Those Limbs Disjointed of Gigantic Power': Barbauld's Personifications and the (Mis)attribution of Political Agency," given on the panel "Aesthetics and Ideology," Chair Susan Wolfson, the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism Conference, Boston, November 1996
"The Monstrosity of Minimal Difference: Eighteenth-Century Women Poets and the Formation of the British Canon," a presentation for the Clark Library Seminar entitled "Deformity, Monstrosity, & Gender, 1600-1800," organized by Helen Deutsch and Felicity Nussbaum, October 18-19, 1996; by invitation.
"`Consuming Relevance': The Production of Canon, Person, and Nation in Romantic Anthologies of Poetry," American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Austin, Texas, March 1996.
"Facing and Defacing the History of Empiricism: The Melancholia of Philosophical Transactions," on the division panel "Historicizing Enlightenment," Chair Kristina Straub, Modern Language Association, Chicago, 1995.
"When Aurora Leigh Goes to School: Elizabeth Barrett Browing in the Academy," talk given for the Browning Circle of the Cincinnati Women's Club, September 1995.
"Interdisciplinarity in the Literature Classroom--A Workshop," conducted by Laura Mandell and Charlotte Sussman at the Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies Conference, Dallas, Texas, October, 1995.
"`Consuming Relevance': The Production of Ideal Text in Anthologies of Women Poets." British Association for the Study of Romanticism, University of Wales, Bangor, Wales, July, 1995.
"Romantic Ideology and the `Natural Genius': Women Poets, Anthologies, and the Production of Poetic History in the 1790s," on the panel "Uneducated Poets." North American Society for the Study of Romanticism. The Political and Aesthetic Education of Romanticism, Duke University, Durham, NC, November 1994.
"Rewriting Poetic History in the 1790s and 1990s: The Construction of Romantic Ideology in New Historicism and the First Anthologies." Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies. Rochester, NY, November 1994.
"Melancholia's Cure: Philosophical Transfigurations of the Poetic Word in Styron and Wittgenstein." International Association of Philosophy and Literature, Edmundton, Alberta, May 1994.
"Melancholy Theory, Melancholy Experiment: The Construction of Theory in the Philosophical Transactions," on the panel "Literature, Science, and Nature: Crossdisciplinary Approaches to Eighteenth-Century Culture," chairs G. S. Rousseau and Robert Markley, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference, Charleston, SC, March 1994.
"Rehistoricizing Romantic Ideology," on the Comparative Literature Division panel, "History and Prospects," chair Frances Ferguson, at the Modern Language Association, Toronto, Canada, December 1993.
"`That Contracted Pale of Knowledge': The Emergence of Anthologies of Women Poets in the Eighteenth Century," Aphra Behn Society, Univ. of Southern Maine, Portland, Maine, September 1993.
"Critical Pedagogy: Empowering Female Students," with Stephanie Levy, David Dunbar, Cynthia Moore, Rhonda Brooks, Kathryn Herr; Power in Feminism, University of New Mexico Women's Studies Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 1993.
"The Epistemology of Commodity and Essence: Putting Women on the English Stage," Western Conference on British Studies, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, October 1992.
"Objectivity and Interest; or How Enlightening Can Critiques of Enlightenment Be?" The International Association for Philosophy and Literature, Univ. of California, May 1992.
"The Business of Courtship from Love to Rape: Thomas Otway's The Orphan," American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of Washington, March 1992.
"Locke, Burke, and the Social Sublime," Western Conference on British Studies, University of Arizona, October 1991.
"Bawds and Merchants: Gendering the Desire for Profit," Aphra Behn Society Second Annual Meeting, University of New Mexico, February, 1991.
"Misogyny and Protest: Swift, Mary Leapor, and Conventional Images of the Female Body," Western Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of San Diego, February 1991.
"Misogyny and Protest: Mary Leapor and the Problem of Convention," South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of New Mexico, March 1990.
"Romantic Irony and Critical Debate: Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience," Low Romantic Argument: Wordsworth and the Institutions of Romanticism, Cornell University, October 1987.
Advanced TEI P5 Seminar, 14-15 September 2009, UCSB (Julia Flanders; Syd Bauman)
Advanced TEI Seminar, 4-5 Nov. 2004, Berkeley (Julia Flanders; Syd Bauman)
Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute, 3001 Highland Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45219; Research Candidate from November, 1997 to 2000.
Ph.D. in English, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. Areas of concentration: Eighteenth-Century British Literature, British Romanticism, Literary Theory. Degree received August 1992.
The School of Criticism and Theory at Dartmouth College, Summer 1991. Seminar with Stanley Cavell, "Conditions of Philosophy."
M.A. in English, Cornell University, January 1991.
Intensive Latin Summer School (Moreland and Fleischer), Univ. of California, Berkeley, California, Summer 1986.
B.A. (summa cum laude with Distinction) in English/French, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, May 1986.
Cours de Civilisation Française, Sorbonne, Cours D'Été, Degré Supérieur B, July 1979.
Hosted the NINES Summer Conference, Miami University (22-29 July 2009)
Editorial Board, Blackwell's Literature Compass <http://www.literature-compass.com>
Steering Committee, NINES-9S (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-century Electronic Scholarship), a project sponsored by Jerome McGann and Univ. of Virginia Press <http://faustroll.clas.virginia.edu/nines/>
Editorial Board, British Women Romantic Poets, 1789-1832, UC Davis <http://www.lib.ucdavis.edu/BWRP/>
Editorial Board, Romanticism on the Net <http://www.rc.umontreal.ca> 1998 to present
Editorial Board, Pedagogy, Winter 2001 (Vol. 1, issue 1) to present
Co-Editor, Romantic Pedagogies, Romantic Circles Web Site, at http://www.rc.umd.edu
Anthologies and Miscellanies, a web site for research on anthologies, co-authored with Rita Raley. URL:
The Anthologies Page, Romantic Circles, co-editor with Harriet Kramer Linkin and Rita Raley. URL:
Co-Chair of "The Canon and the Web: Reconfiguring Romaniticism in the Electronic Age," with Alan Liu, Modern Language Association, December 1996.
Romantic Chronology, compiler and co-editor: <http://english.ucsb.edu:591/rchrono/default.htm>
Editor for Update: New Romantic Canons in the Same Old Classroom, a newsletter. Published in paper form, August 1995 to 1997 <http://www.muohio.edu/update/>
Laura Mandell, Dept. of English, Miami Univ., Oxford, OH 45056; email@example.com