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William Dow

William Dow

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William.Dow@u-pem.fr
Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée

5, boulevard Descartes Bâtiment Copernic
77454

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William Dow

Professeur de littérature américaine

Axes de recherche

Journalisme littéraire

Littérature américaine des 19e et 20e siècles

Études afro-américaines

Études de classe

Parcours universitaire

Professeur des Universités Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée (depuis 2008).

Professor of English, l’université américaine de Paris (depuis 2014).

Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (2007), sous la direction de Jacques Pothier

Titre du document de synthèse : A Cultural Poetics in American Literature : Aesthetics and Cultural Design).

Maître de conférences à université de Valenciennes (1997-2008).

Doctorat (1991) à l’université de Delaware sous la direction de Ronald Martin

Titre de la thèse de doctorat : John Dos Passos and the French avant-garde (publiée par l’University of Michigan DIS).

Responsabilités institutionnelles

Reader, Routledge series publications (depuis 2015).

Reader, Sage Open (depuis 2015).

Expert pour l’évaluation des projects de l’index de Sorbonne Paris Cité (2013 ; 2015).

Co-directeur puis Directeur, AFEA Bibliography Project (2009-2015).

Membre du Bureau de l’Association Française d’Études Américaines (2009-2015).

Tenure and promotion review: University of Southern California, San Diego (2014).

Membre de jury, Prix de l’université du Conseil Général du Val de Marne (2014)

Évaluateur, Bourse de recherche HDR, SAES-AFEA (2014).

Membre, comité d’évaluation des projets scientifiques de l’IDEX USPC

(Humanité, Art, Lettre et Langue), PRES Sorbonne Paris Cité (depuis 2013).

Président du comité de sélection (11e section), Université Paris-Est, UPEM (2012 ; 2014).

Membre du comité de sélection (11e section), Université Paris Ouest, Nanterre (2009).

Membre du comité de sélection (11e section), Université Paris-Est, UPEC (2008-2009).

Membre du conseil UFR (11e section), Université Paris-Est, UPEM (2008-2009 ; 2014-2015).

Membre du comité de sélection (11e section), Université Paris-Est, UPEM (depuis 2008).

Évaluateur des dossiers de candidature en master 1 et 2. Université Paris-Est, UPEM (2008-2013).

Membre de jury en littérature américaine de l’Agrégation interne d’Anglais.

Président des jurys : Madame Mireille Golaszewski (2000-2002).

Membre de l’American Comparative Literature Association (depuis 2007).

Membre de l’International Association of Literary Journalism Studies (depuis 2005).

Membre de la Modern Language Association (depuis 1989).

Responsabilités éditoriales

Membre du Comité de rédaction, Arts et savoirs, LISAA, UPEM (depuis 2013).

Blind Reviewer, Open Humanities Press (depuis 2012)

Reader, MELUS (Multi-Ethnic Literature of the U.S.) (depuis 2010).

Reader, African American Review (Johns Hopkins University) (depuis 2008).

Managing Editor/Assistant Editor, Literary Journalism Studies, Northwestern University Press (depuis 2006).

Publications

Ouvrages individuels et collectifs

Reinventing Persuasion: Literary Journalism and American Literary Radicalism, 1900-2000. (soumis à expertise, Northwestern University Press).

The Routledge Companion to American Literary Journalism, co-edited with Roberta Maguire. London and New York: Routledge (under contract). Forthcoming, 2019.

Of Latitudes Unknown: James Baldwin’s Radical Imagination, co-edited and co-written introduction with Alice Craven. London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2019. 

Envisioning Poverty. Collection Mémoire et territoire, 2016: https://lisaa.u-pem.fr/le-lisaa-editeur/

Richard Wright in a Post-Racial Imaginary, Ed. avec Alice Craven. Londres et New York: Bloomsbury, 2014).

Richard Wright: New Readings in the 21st Century, Ed. avec Alice Craven. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

Narrating Class in American Fiction. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

Class Matters: Representing Class in American Culture, Literature, and Film. (co-direction avec John Chandler et Yann Roblou). Valenciennes : Presses universitaires de Valenciennes, 2010.

American Nostalgias. Angloscopies. (co-direction. avec J. Chandler et Y. Roblou). Paris : Éditions Mallard, 2003.

Chapitres, articles, revues internationales et ouvrages internationaux avec comité de lecture

Richard Wright: Paris and Ailly.” Richard Wright in Context. New York and Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. Ed. Michael Nowlin. Forthcoming, 2020. 

“Introduction” (With Roberta Maguire). The Routledge Companion to American Literary Journalism. Eds., Roberta Maguire and William Dow. London and New York: Routledge. Forthcoming, 2019. 

“Metabolizing Genres: American Poetry and Literary Journalism.” The Routledge Companion to American Literary Journalism. Eds., Roberta Maguire and William Dow. London and New York: Routledge. Forthcoming, 2019. 

“Reviewers, Critics, and Cranks.” James Baldwin In Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Ed., Quentin Miller. Forthcoming, 2019. 

“Living on Paper: Disarticulating a Racialized Capitalism in Works by Richard Wright and Ann Petry.” The Artful Fictions of American Capitalism. Palgrave Macmillan. Eds., Vincent Dussol and Jacques-Henri Coste. Forthcoming 2019. 

“Introduction: Baldwin’s Radical Imagination” (With Alice Craven). Of Latitudes Unknown: James Baldwin’s Radical Imagination. Eds., Alice Craven and William Dow. London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2019: 1-11. 

“Journeys of the ‘I’ in James Baldwin’s Literary-Journalistic Essays.” Of Latitudes Unknown: James Baldwin’s Radical Imagination, Eds., Alice Craven and William Dow. London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2019: 113-132.

“Floating Facts on a Sea of Emotion: The Literary Journalism of Richard Wright.” The Politics of Richard Wright: Perspectives on Resistance. A Political Companion to Great American Authors. Eds., Jane Anna Gordon and Ernie Zirakzadeh. University Press of Kentucky, 2018: 224-246.

“Reading Otherwise: Literary Journalism as an Aesthetic Cosmopolitanism.” Keynote Address, International Association for Literary Journalism Studies, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sol, Porto Alegre, Brazil. May, 2016. Literary Journalism Studies (Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University Press), 2016.

“Profiles of Lived Experience: Charles Reznikoff, Muriel Rukeyser, and Mark Nowak.” Profile Pieces: Journalism and the ‘Human Interest’ Bias. Eds., Sue Joseph and Richard Lance Keeble, Routledge (à paraître, 2015).

“An Interview with Barbara Ehrenreich. Author of Nickel and Dimed and Living with a Wild God: A Non-Believer’s Search for the Truth About Everything.” Literary Journalism Studies (Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University Press).Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring 2015: 146-158.

“Introduction” (avec Alice Craven). Richard Wright in a Post-Racial Imaginary. Ed. avec Alice Craven. Londres et New York: Bloomsbury, 2014: 1-9. 

“Pulp Gothicism in Richard Wright’s The Outsider.” Richard Wright in a Post-Racial Imaginary. Ed. avec Alice Craven. Londres et New York: Bloomsbury, 2014: 141-159. 

“Unreading Modernism: Richard Wright’s Literary Journalism.” Literary Journalism Studies (Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University Press). vol. 5, No. 2, Fall 2013: 59-89. 

“Richard Wright.” The Cambridge Companion to American Novelists. Ed., Timothy Parrish. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013: 156-167. 

“New Alignments, New Discourses: A Reflection on Teaching Blaise Cendrars and John Dos Passos.” The Newsletter of the International Association of Literary Journalism Studies. Ed., David Abrahamson et Bill Reynolds. Northwestern University, 2012. Web. 13-15. 

“Introduction” (avec Alice Craven). Richard Wright: New Readings in the 21st Century. Eds., Alice Craven and William Dow. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 2011: 1-7.

“Prefaces,” Parts 1-4 (avec Alice Craven). Part 1, “(Re)Placing Richard Wright”; Part 2, “Taking Sides: Racism and Spatial Dimensions”; Part 3, “Wright: Pulp and Media, Reality and Fiction”; Part 4, “Wright: New Comparative Frameworks, Transnational Boundaries.” Richard Wright: New Readings in the 21st Century. Ed, avec Alice Craven. New York: Palgrave Macmillan., 2011: 9-10, 69-70, 101-103, 167-169.

“Afterword” (avec Alice Craven). Richard Wright: New Readings in the 21st Century. Ed. avec Alice Craven. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011: 267-271.

“James Agee’s ‘Continual Awareness,’ Untold Stories: ‘Saratoga Springs’ and ‘Havana Cruise’ (1937).” Literary Journalism across the Globe: Journalistic Traditions and Transnational Influences. Ed., John Bak et Bill Reynolds. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2011: 225-237.

“Dorothy Day and Joseph Kessel: ‘A Literature of Urgency’.” Prose Studies (Routledge). vol. 3, Issue 2, 2011: 132-153.

“Meridel Le Sueur’s Working-Class Fiction: Moving to a Cultured Sense of Language.” A Class of Our Own: Re-Envisioning American Labor Fiction. Eds., Laura Hapke and Lisa A. Kirby. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008: 96-112.

“Approaches to Teaching Meridel Le Sueur’s Salute to Spring.” A Class of Our Own: Re-Envisioning American Labor Fiction. Eds., Laura Hapke and Lisa A. Kirby. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008: 260-261.

“‘Hard Work and Blood’ in Whitman’s 1855 Song of Myself.” Spell (Swiss Papers in Language and Literature), vol. 18. American Poetry: Whitman to the Present. Ed. Robert Rehder et Patrick Vincent. Zurich: Gunter Narr Verlag Tübingen, 2006: 35-52.

“Paul Auster’s The Invention of Solitude: Glimmers in a Reach to Authenticity.” Ed. Harold Bloom. Bloom’s Modern Critical Views: Paul Auster. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers, 2004: 51-62.

“Meridel Le Sueur’s Salute to Spring: ‘A Movement Up Which All Are Moving’.” Core: A Journal of the Humanities. Paris: The American University of Paris. vol. 3, No. 1, 2004: 79-96.

“‘Agents of Change’: Challenges in the Flesh and the Teaching of American Literature.” The Periphery: Viewing the World. Ed., Christina Dokou, Eterpi Mitsi et al. Athens: The National and Kapodistrain University of Athens, 2004: 150-157.

“Performative Passages: Davis’s Life in the Iron Mills, Crane’s Maggie, Norris’s McTeague.” Twisted From the Ordinary: Essays on American Literary Naturalism. Tennessee Studies in Literature. Ed., Mary E. Papke. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2003: 23-44.

“Lives on the Boundary: Portraiture and Modernism in Jean Toomer’s Cane and Sherwood Anderson’s Winesburg, Ohio.” Literature on the Move: Comparing Diasporic Ethnicities in Europe and the Americas. Ed. Cathy Waegner, Bernard Vincent et al. Heidleburg: Universitaetsuerlag C. Winter, 2002: 248-258.

“‘Always Your Heart’: The ‘Great Design’ of Toomer’s Cane.” Melus. vol. 27, No. 4, Winter 2002: 59-88.

“Down and Out in London and Orwell.” Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations. vol. 6, No. 1, avril 2002: 69-94.

“French Responses to Dickinson.” An Emily Dickinson Encyclopedia, Ed. Jane Donahue Eberwein. New York: Greenwood Press, 1998: 118-119.

“PMLA Abroad: Brief Ponderings on (Mistaken) Identities.” Publication of the Modern Language Association. vol. 113, No. 5, October, 1998: 1136-1137.

“Paul Auster’s The Invention of Solitude: Glimmers in a Reach to Authenticity.” Critique. vol. 39, No. 3, Spring, 1998: 272-281.

“Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms.” Explicator. vol. 55, No. 4, Summer, 1997: 224-225.

“John Dos Passos, Blaise Cendrars, and the ‘Other’ Modernism.” Twentieth Century Literature. vol. 42, No. 3, Fall, 1996: 396-415.

“Fiction is Not Real: the Performative and Norris’s McTeague.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance. vol. 42, No. 2, 1996: 77-92.

“Elle signe souvent ‘Emilie’: Emily Dickinson and the French Critical Reception.” The Emily Dickinson Journal. vol. 5, No. 2, 1996: 226-231.

“Frank Norris and the ‘Realism that Stultifies’.” Excavatio. vol. VIII, Spring, 1996: 86-99.

“A Farewell to Arms and Hemingway’s Protest Stance: To Tell the Truth Without Screaming.” The Hemingway Review. vol. 16, No. 3, Fall, 1995: 38-50.

“John Dos Passos, Blaise Cendrars, and ‘a Squirrel Cage of the Meridians’.” Notes on Contemporary Literature. vol. 25, No. 2, mars, 1995 : 4-5.

“Blaise Cendrars and John Dos Passos.” Feuilles de routes : Blaise Cendrars International Society. Paris: vol. 28, mai, 1993: 9-16.

Revue nationales et ouvrages nationaux avec comité de lecture

“Introduction : ‘Envisioning Poverty’.” Arts et Savoirs. LISAA. Université Paris Est. Special issue on poverty: Envisioning Poverty. Ed., à paraître, 2015.

“Voyages sans carte : Jack London et Albert Londres.” Roman et Reportage. Rencontre croisées XXe-XXIe siècles.Mediatexts. Ed. Myriam Boucharenc. Limoges: Presses Universitaires de Limoges, 2015: 41-49. 

“Jack London’s Interrogations of Experience: ‘The Dignity of Dollars’ (1900) and ‘Mexico’s Army and Ours’ (1914).” L’Expérience II. Paris: Houdiard, 2013: 119-131.

“Rethinking the Geographies of American Studies.” Géographie dans le monde anglophone : espace et identité. Ed., Marie-Françoise Alamichel et Olivier Brossard. Paris: Houdiard, 2010: 103-119. 

Introduction: “The Continuum of Class.” Class Matters: Representing Class in American Culture, Literature, and Film.” Ed. avec J. Chandler et Y. Roblou. Presses universitaires de Valenciennes Press. 2010: 8-16.

“Class, Work, and New Races: Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God and Agnes Smedley’s Daughter of Earth.” Class Matters: Representing Class in American Culture, Literature, and Film.” Ed. avec J. Chandler et Y. Roblou. Presses universitaires de Valenciennes. 2010: 111-127.

“Class ‘Truths’ in James Agee’s Let Us Now Praise Famous Men.” Intellectuals and Commitment in the United States (Écriture et engagement aux États-Unis, 1918-1939). Ed, Anne Ollivier et Frédéric Sylvanise. Paris : Ophyrs and Université Paris 13, 2010 : 157-175.

“A Modernist Vernacular : Violent Figurations in Nathanael West’s Miss Lonelyhearts.” Polysèmes Arts et littératures : les figures de la violence. Paris: Publibook, vol. 7, 2005: 185-201.

“The Perils of Irony in Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises.” Études Anglaises (Paris 4, Sorbonne). vol. 52, No. 8, 2005 :178-192. 

“La matière désert : Death Comes for the Archbishop de Willa Cather et Blood Meridian de Cormac McCarthy.” Confluences. Déserts : entre désir et délire. Ed, Corinne Alexandre-Garner et Guillaume Cingal. University of Nanterre, Paris 10: Publidix, vol. 22, 2003: 155-173.

“Writing Nostalgia, Writing a Nation.” Introduction. American Nostalgias. Angloscopies. Ed. avec J. Chandler et Y. Roblou. Paris : Editions Mallard, 2003 : 16-23.

“Thème Oral.” Rapports de Jurys de Concours. Agrégation Anglais : concours interne, 2001. Ministère de l’Éducation Nationale. Tours : Centre National de documentation Pédagogique, 2001 : 104-117.

“Nostalgia and the Insurrectionary in Dos Passos’s U.S.A.” “Variations sur le thème de l’Étrangeté.” Annales du Monde. No. 11, 2000. Paris : L’Harmattan. Sorbonnenouvelle (Université Paris 3) : 171-188. 

“Topographical Strides of Thoreau : The Poet and Pioneer in Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian.” Revue Française D’Études Américaines. No. 84, mars, 2000 : 89-105.

“Performative Realism in Crane’s Maggie and Norris’s McTeague.” Les Avatars du Réalisme. Nantes and Paris: Ouest Editions, 2000: 243-258.

“Willa Cather’s Death Comes for the Archbishop: ‘To Become a Story’.” Editions du Temps, septembre, 1999: 41-55.

“Storytelling and Unforeseen Becomings in Raymond Carver’s Shortcuts.” Ellipses. septembre, 1999: 78-87.

“Jean Toomer’s Cane and Winesburg, Ohio: Literary Portraits from the ‘Grotesque Storm Center’.” Qwerty, décembre, 1997: 129-136.

“‘Always Your Heart’: Direct Address, Narrative Authority, and the ‘Great Design’ of Cane.” Ellipses, octobre, 1997: 43-52.

“Imagination and the Disruptive Complicities of Emily Dickinson and William Carlos Williams.” Profils américains. No. 8, 1997: 81-99.

“The Nature of Huckleberry Finn: Huck as ‘Autobiographer.’” Americana, University of the Sorbonne Press. vol. 14, janvier, 1997: 30-43.

“Never Being ‘This Far From Home’: Paul Auster and Picturing Moonlight Spaces.” Qwerty. vol. 6, décembre, 1996: 193-198.

“Paul Auster’s Moon Palace: Story as Ontology, the Moon as the Future.” Ellipses, octobre, 1996: 55-62.

“‘The Mirror You Break Your Nose Against’: Lolita and the Conquest of Crime.” Americana, University of the Sorbonne Press. vol. 13, février, 1996 : 55-62.

“L’invention de la solitude de Paul Auster : Lueurs dans l’appréhension de l’authenticité.” Actes Sud, Revue Littéraire. L’oeuvre de Paul Auster : Approches et lectures plurielles, décembre, 1995 : 38-50.

“Report from the Other Academy: Non-American Voices and American Literature.” Revue Française D’Études Américaines. No. 65, juillet, 1995: 484-495.

“The Influence of Madame Bovary in Kate Chopin’s The Awakening: Corresponding Struggles, Dreams, and Regressions.” Americana, University of the Sorbonne Press, vol. 11, janvier, 1994 : 11-22.

Conférences, congrès, colloques à communication.

Conférencier invité/plénier

“Hauntings from the Past: Hemingway’s Literary-Journalistic Future.” Plenary Panel. Panel Chair. International Hemingway Conference. Paris Site Director. The American University of Paris. July 22-28, 2018. 

“Hemingway’s Literary Journalism and Image-Making Modernism.” Plenary Panel talk. International Hemingway Conference. Paris Site Director. The American University of Paris. July 22-28, 2018.

“Floating Facts on a Sea of Emotion: The Literary Journalism of Richard Wright.” Seminar on James Baldwin, Chester Himes, and Richard Wright. Invited Speaker. Columbia Global Centers, Paris. Columbia University, October 4, 2016.

“Reading Otherwise: Literary Journalism as an Aesthetic Cosmopolitanism” The International Association of Literary Journalism Studies 11. Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sol, Porto Alegre, Brazil. Plenary Speaker. 19-21 mai 2016.

“Literary Journalism and Activism.” King’s Review seminar series. University ofCambridge. Conférencier invité. Berkeley Books, Paris. Spring 2016.

“Journeys of the ‘I’ in James Baldwin and Barbara Ehrenreich.” “The First Personas Resistance.” Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalismand Mass Communication. Session Organized by the International Association ofLiterary Journalism Studies (IALJS). San Francisco, CA. 5-9 août 2015.

“Richard Wright’s Literary Journalism: Reprimanding Race, Resisting Modernism.” Lessons in Resistance: Richard Wright as Social Critic and Political Thinker. Conférencier invité. University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut. 11-12 mai 2015.

“Further Travels.” International James Baldwin Conference: James Baldwin: Transatlantic Commuter. Invited Panel Chair. Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier. 5-7 juin 2014.

“Representations of Capitalism in the English-Speaking World (1). Paradigms of the American Model of Capitalism: from Theory to Fiction?: (Re)visiting the Economics/Literature Nexus. Invited panelist. Paris 3, Sorbonne Nouvelle. 28 mars 2014.

“Roman et reportage chez John Dos Passos et Blaise Cendrars : Devant la chaise électrique (1927) et Rhum (1930).” Journalisme littéraire et grand reportage. La passion du réel, ou l’écriture-vérité. Collège de Belgique. Keynote speaker. 8 octobre 2013.

“The Other Effects: Class Stakes.” Screening Class: Precarious Visions and American Studies. University of Freiburg, Germany. Keynote Speaker. 28-29 juin 15, 2013. 

“The Obama Coalition: A New Partisan Regime?” Université Paris-Est (UPEM). Invited Panelist. 27 mai 2013. .

“Dorothy Day and Narrative Forms of Religious Radicalism.” Religion in American Life, King’s College, London. Conférencier invite. 22-24, février.

“The Rescued Horizons of Richard Wright.”Guest Lecture Series in American Studies. University of Lausanne. Lausanne, Switzerland. Plenary Speaker. 20 avril 2012.

Counter-Cultures in the American 1960s. Université Versailles Saint-Quentin. Invited Panelist. 7 décembre 2012. 

“Jack London et le journalisme littéraire.” De Londres à London : Les reportages d’Albert et de Jack. Roman et reportage (XXe-XXIe siècles) Rencontres croisées.” Université Paris Ouest Nanterre. Conférencier invité. 9 décembre 2011. 

“Between Crisis and Innovation: Representations of Work in U.S. Literature.” Re-Presentations of Working Life. Graduate Conference 2011. Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany. Keynote Speaker. 12-13 novembre 2011.

“Jack London’s Interrogations of Experience: ‘The Dignity of Dollars’ (1900) and ‘Mexico’s Army and Ours’ (1914).” Experience. IMAGER/TIES. Université Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC). Conférencier invité. 17-18 juin 2011.

Literary Journalism: Theoria, Poiesis and Praxis. International Literary Journalism Studies 6. “Literary Journalism : Comparative Considerations.” Université Libre de Bruxelles. Invited Panelist. 12-14 mai, 2011.

“Literary Journalism : ‘A Literature of Urgency’.” IMAGER/TIES. Université Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC). Conférencier invité. 16 octobre 2010.

“Netroots and Democracy in 21st-century America.” Université Paris-Est (UPEM). Invited Panelist. 17 juin 2011.

“Literary Journalism, Radicalism, and the Estranged Modernism of John Dos Passos’s Facing the Chair and Blaise Cendrars’s Rhum” Modernism and Radicalism in the U.S.: An Unbridgeable Gap? Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3. Conférencier invité. 20 mars 2010. 

“‘Expediting Great Claims’ : James Agee’s Narrations of Experience.” “L’expérience,” IMAGER/TIES. Paris 12. Conférencier invité. 9 janvier 2010.

“Rethinking the Geographies of American Studies.” Géographie dans le monde anglophone. Université Paris-Est (UPEM). Keynote Speaker. 18-20 juin 2009.

"Confounding the Spirits: Aesthetics and Cultural Studies." Seminar on American Cultural Studies. Université Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. Conférencier invite. 18 février 2008.

“By Word of Body: The Social Life of Aesthetic Forms.” Faire Corps. Conférencier invité. Université de Lille. 20 janvier, 2006. 

“American Fiction Today: Realism, Comedy and Beyond.” UNESCO in cooperation with the National Endowment of the Arts. Hotel Tallyrand, the American Embassy in France. Invited Panelist. 15 octobre 2004. 

“Class, Work, and New Races in Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God andAgnes Smedley’s Daughter of Earth.” Journée Doctorants. University of Versailles Saint Quentin. Conférencier invité. 30 avril 2004.

“‘Always Your Heart’: Direct Address, Narrative Authority, and the ‘Great Design’ of Cane.” Invited Speaker. Conference on Jean Toomer and the Harlem Renaissance, Institute Charles V, Paris 7. Conférencier invité. 22 novembre 1997.

Communications (sélections récentes)

“George Packer, Claudia Rankine: Literary Journalism, Experimentalism, and the Realist Mode.” Literary Journalism: Theory Practice, Pedagogy.” The Thirteenth International Conference for Literary Journalism Studies (IALJS-13). Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, 17-19 May, 2018.

“‘A Language to Dwell In’: James Baldwin, Paris, and International Visions.” International James Baldwin Conference. Co-Director. The American University of Paris. May 26-28, 2016. 

“Introduction: Mapping Baldwin’s Language and International Impact.” “‘A Language to Dwell In’: James Baldwin, Paris, and International Visions.” International James Baldwin Conference. Co-Director. The American University of Paris. May 26-28, 2016.

“The French Americanist Bibliography Project: Phase Four.” The French Association of American Studies Conference: “Movement, Place, Fixity.” Université de La Rochelle. 27-30 mai 2015.

“Uninvited Objectivity: Charles Reznikoff, Muriel Rukeyser, and Mark Nowak.”Literary Journalism, Media, Meaning, Memory. The International Association of Literary Journalism Studies 10. The University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 7-9 mai 2015.

“Borrowed Light: the 1930s and American Heroism” Graduate seminar.Université Paris-Est (UPEM). 5 juin 2014.

“The French Americanist Bibliography Project: Phase Three and Future.” The French Association of American Studies Conference : Les Etats-Unis : modèles, contre-modèles…fin des modèles. Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3. 21-24 mai 2014. 

“Introduction : the Lives of Literary Journalism.” Literary Journalism: Local, Regional, National, Global. The International Association of Literary Journalism Studies 9. Organizer. The American University of Paris. 15-17 mai 2014.

Conference Host’s Panel: “Literary Journalism and the Book.” Introduction. Literary Journalism: Local, Regional, National, Global. The International Association of Literary Journalism Studies 9. The American University of Paris. 15-17 mai 2014

“Literary Journalism and Activism.” Panel Moderator. Literary Journalism: Local, Regional, National, Global. The International Association of Literary Journalism Studies 9. The American University of Paris. 15-17 mai 2014.

“Traveling without Maps: Jack London and Albert Londres.” American Comparative Literature Association: Capitals. New York University, 20-23 mars 2014.

“Poverty as an Object of Social Inquiry and Artistic Representations.” Representations of Poverty. Université Paris-Est (UPEM). Seminar Co-organizer. 31 janvier, 2014.

“The French Americanist Bibliography Project: Second Phase.” The French Association of American Studies Conference: Religion et spiritualité. Université d’Angers, 22-26 mai, 2013. 

“Richard Wright’s Literary Journalism.” Literary Journalism: Text and Context. International Literary Journalism Studies 8. University of Tampere, Finland. 16-18 mai, 2013.

“Literary Journalism: Humanity in Various Contexts.” Panel Moderator. Literary Journalism: Text and Context. International Literary Journalism Studies 8. University of Tampere, Finland. 16-18 mai, 2013.

“The Enduring Hold of U.S. Counter-Cultural Narratives.” Revolution and Utopias: Counter-Cultural Narratives in the U.S. 1960s. Université Paris-Est (UPEM). Seminar Organizer. 18 janvier, 2013.

“Professional Subjectivity in the Academy.”Reflective Seminar. Université Paris-Est (UPEM). Seminar organizer. 14 décembre, 2012.

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