April 10th 2010. Northeast Writing Centers
Association Conference (NEWCA). Boston University. “Bewitched,
Bothered, Bewildered: When the Best of Intentions Confront the Ugly
Truth, or Inventorying Privilege in Community-based Writing Center
and Academic Service-Learning.” Round Table presentation with Harry
Denny and students from the St John’s Writing Center.
March 11th, 2010. The New York Metro Area
Partnership in Service Learning. (NYMAPS). Strengthening
Service-Learning Connections Across New York City. Bard College.
“Bridging the Divide Between Community and Academia: College
Expectations and the College Experience.”
June 11th-13th 2009 The 11th
Annual Conference of the Space Between Society, University of Notre
Paper Title: “The Stillness Outlasting All Wars: Stasis in
March 11th-14th 2009. Sixtieth Annual Conference on
College Composition and Communication. “Academic Service-Learning
and First Year Writing Programs: Striving Towards a Fruitful
Fusion.” Half-day workshop with Marianna Mendelez, Elizabeth
Weaver, and Sean Murray.
April 2008 SUNY Council on Writing: Inevitable Intersections:
Writing at the Crossroads of Public and Private Discourse in the
21st Century. Paper Title: MySpace/OurSpace: The Use of
Blogs in the Writing Classroom.”
March 2007 Northeast Writing Center Association (NEWCA) Panel
Presentation with Harry Denny and consultants from the University’s
Writing Center: Sustainability of the Writing Center
September 2003. Rediscovering Rebecca West: An International
Conference Paper: “Truth and Testimony in Rebecca West’s Black
Lamb and Grey Falcon and A Train of Powder.”
“Truth and Testimony in Rebecca West’s Black Lamb and Grey
Falcon and A Train of Powder.” Rediscovering Rebecca
West: An International Conference, Long Island University,
Brooklyn. September 13-14 2003.
“Intellectuals Abroad: Modernist Travel Writing,” Seminar
presentation, “Modernist Boundaries and Boundary Crossings,”
3rd Annual Modernist Studies Association Conference,
Rice University, Houston, October 12-14 2001.
“Rebecca West’s Black Lamb and Grey Falcon: A Mirror
for the Modern World.” “Representing Regionalism, Nationalism, and
Internationalism in the Space Between, 1914-1945,” University of
Arkansas, Fayetteville. May 2001.
“Ezra Pound and ‘The Passport Nuisance’: A Reading of ‘Canto
7.’” The 12th Annual Comparative Literature Symposium,
Univ. of Tulsa, February 1998.“’
The Story I Have to Tell’: History in Richard Murphy’s ‘The
Battle of Aughrim.’” American Conference for Irish Studies,
Columbia, SC, March 1998.