Professor Wooley recently presented her paper, “Limited Liability and the Sentimental Novel,” at the biennial conference of C19: The Society of Nineteenth Century Americanists. Her paper was part of a panel, “Genealogies of Growth,” that she co-organized. The panel took up the conference theme of “unsettling” by interrogating how nineteenth-century writers problematized representations of economic growth.
Professor Beth Charlebois presented her paper “With Rhyme and Reason: Hip Hop Hamlet in Prison” at the Comparative Drama Conference in Baltimore this past March. The essay-length version of this paper will appear in the spring 2016 issue of Text and Presentation. In April, Professor Jeff Coleman attended the joint meeting of the Popular Culture Find out more »