2018 Dickens Universe Faculty and Guest Speakers

Faculty Institution Assignment Date & Time
James Eli Adams Columbia University Undergraduate Seminar A M-Th, 1:45 PM
David Agruss Arizona State University Graduate Professionalization Seminar: "Journal Submission & Publication" Wednesday, 1:45 PM
Sukanya Banerjee University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Lecture: "Writing Bureaucracy, Bureaucratic Writing" Thursday, 10:00 AM
Wayne Batten Friends of the Dickens Project Dickensian Seminar B M-F, 1:45 PM
Murray Baumgarten UC Santa Cruz Dickens Project Co-Founder
Zoe Beenstock University of Haifa Graduate Student Workshop: Presentations M-F, 9:00 AM
John Bowen University of York Deciphering Dickens Project M-Th, 5:15 PM
David Brownell Friends of the Dickens Project Dickensian Seminar B M-F, 1:45 PM
Logan Browning Rice University Graduate Professionalization Seminar: "Journal Submission & Publication" Wednesday, 1:45 PM
James Buzard Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lecture: "Liquid Dorrit" Sunday, 7:30 PM
Janice Carlisle Yale University NEH Summer Seminar Meeting M-F, 11:30 AM
Alicia Christoff Amherst College Graduate Professionalization Seminar: "The Job Market" Wednesday, 1:45 PM
Jay Clayton Vanderbilt University Graduate Seminar D M,T,Th, 1:45 PM
Michael Cohen UC Los Angeles Graduate Student Workshop: Genres of Academic Writing M-F, 9:00 AM
Gerard Cohen-Vrignaud University of Tennessee, Knoxville Graduate Professionalization Seminar: "The Job Market" Wednesday, 1:45 PM
Iain Crawford University of Delaware Graduate Student Workshop: Pedagogy A M,T,Th, 4:00 PM
Carolyn Dever Dartmouth College Panel: "Power in the Academic Profession: Intersections of Gender and Race" Thursday, 4:00 PM
Douglas Dodds Victoria & Albert Museum Deciphering Dickens Project M-Th, 5:15 PM
Annmarie Drury Queens College, CUNY Graduate Professionalization Seminar: "Dissertation Writing and Re-purposings" Wednesday, 1:45 PM
Ryan Fong Kalamazoo College Panel Moderator: "Which Victorians? Whose Victorianism? Race, Slavery, and an Opening Universe" Wednesday, 4:00 PM
Renee Fox UC Santa Cruz Dickens Project Co-Director
Kathleen Frederickson UC Davis Lecture: "The Wade Trade" Friday, 10:00 AM
Jill Galvan Ohio State University Panel: "Power in the Academic Profession: Intersections of Gender and Race" Thursday, 4:00 PM
Amanpal Garcha Ohio State University Graduate Seminar C M,T,Th, 1:45 PM
Nora Gilbert University of North Texas Graduate Seminar A M,T,Th, 1:45 PM
Rae Greiner Indiana University, Bloomington Graduate Seminar A M,T,Th, 1:45 PM
Jonathan Grossman UC Los Angeles Conference Co-Organizer
Sara Hackenberg San Francisco State University Graduate Student Workshop: Pedagogy B M,T,Th, 4:00 PM
Alison Hedley Ryerson University Morning Contextual Seminar D M-F, 9:00 AM
Nancy Henry University of Tennessee, Knoxville Graduate Seminar B M,T,Th, 1:45 PM
Courtney Hopf New York University, London Talk: "Streets and Spaces of Dorrit: from Page to Screen" Monday, 4:00 PM
John O. Jordan UC Santa Cruz Dickens Project Director;
Talk Introduction: "The Spirit Photographer: A Novel, a Talk by the Author"
Tuesday, 4:00 PM
Gerhard Joseph City University of New York Morning Contextual Seminar B M-F, 9:00 AM
Priti Joshi University of Puget Sound Graduate Student Workshop: Pedagogy B M,T,Th, 4:00 PM
David Kurnick Rutgers University Graduate Seminar E M,T,Th, 1:45 PM
Grace Lavery UC Berkeley Panel: "Power in the Academic Profession: Intersections of Gender and Race" Thursday, 4:00 PM
Christian Lehmann University of Southern California Dickensian Seminar A M-F, 1:45 PM
George Levine Rutgers University Morning Contextual Seminar B M-F, 9:00 AM
Peter Logan Temple University Lecture: "Victorian Madness" Wednesday, 10:00 AM
Margaret Loose UC San Diego Undergraduate Seminar B M-Th, 1:45 PM
Tricia Lootens University of Georgia Panel: "Which Victorians? Whose Victorianism? Race, Slavery, and an Opening Universe"; 19th-Century Seminar, for non-consortium academics Wednesday, 4:00 PM; M-F, 9:00 AM
Carol MacKay University of Texas, Austin Graduate Student Organizer
Elizabeth Meadows Vanderbilt University Morning Contextual Seminar E M-F, 9:00 AM
Helena Michie Rice University Conference Co-Organizer;
Best Practices Coordinator
Monique Morgan Indiana University, Bloomington Graduate Seminar D M,T,Th, 1:45 PM
Beth Newman Southern Methodist University 19th-Century Seminar, for non-consortium academics M-F, 9:00 AM
Daniel Novak University of Mississippi Moderator: "The Spirit Photographer: A Novel, a Talk by the Author" Tuesday, 4:00 PM
Cornelia Pearsall Smith College Lecture: "Little Dorrit's Dead Letter" Tuesday, 10:00 AM
Jill Rappoport University of Kentucky Graduate Seminar C M,T,Th, 1:45 PM
Beverley Rilett University of Nebraska, Lincoln Undergraduate Seminar B M-Th, 1:45 PM
Jason Rudy University of Maryland Lecture: "Dorrit Down Under" and Panel: "Which Victorians? Whose Victorianism? Race, Slavery, and an Opening Universe" Tuesday, 7:30 PM; Wednesday, 4:00 PM
Michael Shaw University of Kent Graduate Student Workshop: Pedagogy A M,T,Th, 4:00 PM
Jeff Spear New York University Morning Contextual Seminar A M-F, 9:00 AM
Emily Steinlight University of Pennsylvania Graduate Student Workshop: Publication & Writing M,T,Th, 4:00 PM
Daniel Stout University of Mississippi Lecture: "Little, Maybe Less: Dickens's Vanishing Points" Monday, 10:00 AM
Marlene Tromp UC Santa Cruz
Herbert Tucker University of Virginia Graduate Student Workshop: Presentations M-F, 9:00 AM
Jon Varese Director of Outreach, Dickens Project Talk: "The Spirit Photographer: A Novel, a Talk by the Author" Tuesday, 4:00 PM
Corinna Wagner University of Exeter Graduate Seminar B M,T,Th, 1:45 PM
Sharon Weltman Louisiana State University Lecture: "The Littleness of Little Dorrit" Monday, 7:30 PM
Carolyn Williams Rutgers University Graduate Seminar E M,T,Th, 1:45 PM