Her work draws from scholarship in literary studies, the history of the book, and the history of science. With the sizable portion of her dissertation now finished, she would relish the opportunity to extend her service to the profession outside Simon Fraser.
She is able to attend the Pasadena conference and would like to bring the practical concerns related to an increasingly international job market into NAVSA graduate discussions at Pasadena, especially out of consideration for students who may be interested but unable to attend the Venice professionalization seminar. She believes such a discussion might also present an opportunity to talk about how grads could forge stronger ties with fellow students in sister organizations like BAVS and AVSA outside the space of the conference.
She lives outside Boston and is adjuncting and completing her dissertation in absentia for Kate has a diverse academic professional background, ranging from designing upper-level Victorian literature classes at CMU to instructing a freshman humanities course at St. Anselm College.
She hopes to explore ways, especially through interdisciplinarity, that NAVSA can make the unique skill sets of Victorianists valuable to hiring committees. Her ongoing interest in interdisciplinary research comes out of her bipartite art and literature training. Broadly, she works at the intersection of literature, psychology, and ethics. Her project focuses on novels, Victorian etiquette books, and tabloids.
She was recently awarded two major fellowships: the Charlotte W.
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Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship for projects that focus on ethics or religious values , and the Northwestern University Presidential Fellowship which brings together an interdisciplinary society of junior and senior fellows from across the arts and sciences. As graduate students face increasingly desperate job market conditions, he thinks strong graduate-student labor organizations offer essential support for students who are unable to find work immediately.
His dissertation, entitled "Experimental Subjects: Animals, Ethics, and the Novel," looks at the formal strategies for depicting animals in the Victorian realist novel.
It examines the impact those strategies have on the social and ethical legacies of literary realism—especially in relation to other discursive attempts to represent man's place in the world in the nineteenth century, including political economy, natural history, and evolutionary biology. He is planning to attend the Pasadena conference, regardless of whether or not he presents.
Morse examines. Trollope the reformer and the reformation of Trollope scholarship in relation to gender, race, and genre are the intertwined subjects of eminent Trollopian Deborah Denenholz Morse’s radical rethinking of Anthony Trollope.
She plans to attend the fall conference whether or not she presents. Deborah is a plenary lecturer and panel organizer for the Bicentennial Trollope Conference in Leuven, Belgium. Overall, Morse seems to eschew a strictly chronological approach to the reformed and reforming Trollope, but in each part, an earlier novel is juxtaposed with a later, suggesting that subtextual engagements with prevailing concerns subsequently made way for more direct negotiations with pressing issues.
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