On November 7, Chris Anson discussed “The Practice and Ethics of Text Recycling” as part of our departmental Speakers Series.
Helen Burgess’s essay “Introduction: Critical Making and Executable Kits,” co-written with Roger Whitson, appears in issue 29 of enculturation: a journal of rhetoric, writing and culture.
Burgess presented “Silkworms, Spindles and the Strange Stranger” at the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts conference at UC Irvine, November 7–9. She was also an ensemble member in a live performance of Stephanie Strickland’s “Ringing the Changes.”
HELEN BURGESS, KRYSTIN GOLLIHUE, and STACEY PIGG
Helen Burgess, Krystin Gollihue and Stacey Pigg published “The Fates of Things” in issue 29 of enculturation: a journal of rhetoric, writing and culture. Gollihue is a recent graduate of the CRDM program.
Delmarva Review, an annual literary journal, published Daun Daemon’s story “Regrets” in the recently released 2019 issue (volume 12).
Paul Fyfe presented “Data Ethics from Realism to the Right to Be Forgotten” at the Victorian Data conference, held November 15–16 at the University of Virginia
The CHASS news services interviewed Marsha Gordon about her newly published co-edited collection, Screening Race in American Nontheatrical Film (Duke University Press, 2019). Gordon, along with her co-editor Allyson Nadia Field (University of Chicago), will discuss the book on WUNC’s The State of Things at noon on December 4.
CATHERINE MAINLAND and GENE MELTON
Catherine Mainland and Gene Melton co-chaired two panels on “Silenced Masculinities” at the SAMLA Conference in Atlanta, GA, November 16–17.
Carolyn Miller’s essay “Kairos in the Rhetoric of Science” (originally published in 1992) will be reprinted in Landmark Essays on Rhetoric of Science: Theories, Themes, and Methods (New York: Routledge, 2020).
On November 1, Jason Miller presented “MLK and the KKK: Raleigh, NC (1966)” at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT).
Miller will introduce Langston Hughes’s play Black Nativity before gospel music performances (The Music of Black Nativity) at the North Carolina Museum of Art on December 12 at 7 p.m.
On November 18, Laura Severin presented “The Perils and Rewards of Interdisciplinary Scholarships for the Humanities and Social Sciences” at Talley Student Union.
Jon Thompson selected the following manuscripts for 2020 publication in Free Verse Editions, the poetry series he edits: Baba Badji, Ghost Letters; Allison Funk, The Visible Woman; Richard Snyder, Here City; Daniel Tiffany, Cry Baby Mystic; and Laura Wetherington, Parallel Resting Places [New Measure Poetry Prize winning manuscript, selected by Peter Gizzi].
John Wall published “’What they are yet I know not’: Speech, Silence, and Meaning in King Lear,” in Renaissance Papers 2018.
Cat Warren has upcoming talks related to the Young Readers Edition of her New York Times bestseller, What the Dog Knows: Scent Science and the Amazing Ways Dogs Perceive the World: at the Teen Science Café, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, on December 6 and at Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club in South Carolina on December 13.