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Conference Presentations

Name Area Type Title Venue Details Date
Philip BarberPhD HUHIConference Presentation The Role of Memoirs in Histories of the Holocaust49th Annual Scholar's Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches University of Texas at Dallas03-2019
Claire SoaresPhD HUASConference Presentation VAN MEEGEREN'S VERMEERS AND A BUYER CALLED GORINGEUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF JEWISH STUDIES Krakow, Poland07-18-2018
Jessica InglePhD HUASConference Presentation "La Loïe" Fuller's Cabinet Cards as Transcultural Celebrity PropagandaTexas Graduate Liberal Studies Symposium Southern Methodist University07-14-2018
Cynthia Seton-RogersPhD HUHIConference Presentation “The Crown’s Unlikely Assets: Sephardic Jews in the Courts of Tudor England”British Association for Jewish Studies Annual Conference Durham University, U.K.07-11-2018
Shamim HuntPhD HUHIConference Presentation Erich Fromm's Theory of Love as Universal ConsciousnessThird International Erich Fromm Seminar for Docs and Post-Docs International Psychoanalytic University Berlin, I was selected by Dr. Rainer Funk, intellectual property holder of Erich Fromm, as one of the six participants from the World to present a paper at this conference where Erich Fromm scholars will gather to discuss their research.06-21-2018
Lizbette Ocasio-RussePhD HUMAConference Presentation "Circo: The Hybrid Product of an Inland Relocation”Movement and Mobility Graduate Symposium Texas A&M Corpus Christi04-2018
Ying Ma PhD HUSLConference Presentation Explicitation via the use of connectives in English-Chinese translation: A corpus-based studyAmerican Translation & Interpreting Studies Association Conference IX: Contexts of Translation and Interpreting University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee03-29-2018
Claire SoaresPhD HUASConference Presentation DEFIANCE THE MOVIE AND DEFIANCE THE BOOK: COMPARING THE IMPACT OF FILM AS A TYPE OF LITERATURE AND WRITTEN LITERATUREAnnual Scholars Conference 2018 University of Texas at Dallas03-05-2018
Lizbette Ocasio-RussePhD HUMAConference Presentation “Disidentifying with Gender Stereotypes: The Queer in Pop Culture Film” Pop Culture Association Conference JW Marriott Indianapolis, IN 03-2018
Lizbette Ocasio-RussePhD HUMAConference Presentation “Resistencia Rítmica: Expressions of Coloniality in Residente’s Music”GSA RAW Symposium University of Texas at Dallas02-24-2018
Lizbette Ocasio-RussePhD HUMAConference Presentation “Resistencia Rítmica: Expressions of Coloniality in Residente’s Music” NAAAS 26th Joint National Conference Westin Dallas Park Hotel - Dallas, TX02-17-2018
Claire SoaresPhD HUASConference Presentation VAN MEEGEREN'S VERMEERS and A BUYER CALLED GOERINGEuropean Association for Jewish studies Krakow2018
Lauren DavisPhD HUHIConference Presentation “Free Women of Color and Counter-Domesticities of the Circum-Caribbean: Plaçage, Passing, Broken Marriages, and Religious Vocation as Alternatives to the Cult of True Womanhood in New Orleans, 1765-1865”Society for US Intellectual History Plano Marriot at Legacy Town Center10-28-2017
Tammie L. RetherfordPhD HUSLConference Presentation Secularizing the Sacred: the Denigration of God in a Humanist CultureThe Conference on Christianity & Literature: Solemn Geographies & Sacred Places Abilene Christianity University-Dallas Campus10-06-2017
Eman Al-HabashnehPhD HUSLConference Presentation Cooking up an ethnic borderland in Diana Abu-Jaber's CrescentSCMLA Tulsa10-05-2017
Kristina KirkPhD HUSLConference Presentation Reppin' H-Town: Houston Hip Hop as Postmodern Representations of PlaceAmerican Literature Association New Orleans, LA09-09-2017
Mary-Catherine MuellerPhD HUSLConference Presentation "The Role of Silence in Ida Fink's Holocaust Short Stories"17th World Congress of Jewish Studies As a recipient of an award from the Istavan and Zsuzsanna Ozsváth Research Fund, made possible by William and Sylvia Zale Foundation (in honor of Eugene and Ethel Zale, Theodore and Ilse Zale, and Lew and Doris Zale), I presented the paper: "The Role of Silence in Ida Fink's Holocaust Short Stories," and chaired the panel discussion “World War II and the Holocaust in Literature and the Press” at the 17th World Congress of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, Israel, August 6-10, 2017. I very much appreciate the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies and its supporters for caring – caring that the victims and survivors of the Holocaust are always honored, respected, and remembered, and for giving these victims and survivors a voice to continue reaching and impacting future generations.08-10-2017
Jennifer KraemerPhD HUSLConference Presentation "Reforming Elizabeth: Shakespeare's Henry VIII as Heritage Work"German Shakespeare Association Weimar, Germany04-21-2017
Tammie L. RetherfordPhD HUSLConference Presentation Subverting Identity Norms in Olive Schreiner's The Story of An African Farm Romance Studies Graduate Student Conference Boston University04-08-2017
Tammie L. RetherfordPhD HUSLConference Presentation How the West was DomesticatedInternational Graduate Historical Studies Conference Central Michigan University03-31-2017
Ying MaPhD HUSLConference Presentation Explicitation in English-Chinese Translation: A Corpus-based Review and Future Research Agenda10th Leipzig International Conference on Translation & Interpretation Studies Leipzig, Germany03-13-2017
Christine Malina-MaxwellPhD HUMAConference Presentation Fighting Antisemitism with New 21st Century EducationThe Annual Scholar’s Conference on the Holocaust and Churches Philadelphia, PA03-13-2017
Cynthia Seton-RogersPhD HUHIConference Presentation “The Exceptions to the Rule: Jews in Shakespeare’s England” Conference: Shakespeare and the Jews University College London03-2017
Christine Malina-MaxwellPhD HUMAConference Presentation Multi-Directional Memory: Effects on the Texture and Durability of Holocaust Artifact Memory RAW: Research - Art- Writing: 8th Annual RAW Conference 2017 UT Dallas02-24-2017
Lizbette Ocasio-RussePhD HUMAConference Presentation “Linguistic Hybridity and Fragmented Identities in Circo” GSA RAW Symposium University of Texas at Dallas02-2017
Lizbette Ocasio-RussePhD HUMAConference Presentation “The Fallen Woman in Francisco Arriví’s Vejigantes” NAAAS 25th Joint National Conference Westin Dallas Park Hotel, Dallas, TX02-2017
Sarah ValentePhD HUHIConference Presentation Remembering the Holocaust: The Stairs, the Ruins, and the ButterflyAltrusa dinner I provided a brief historical background on the Holocaust and explored the ways in which the Holocaust is remembered in survivor testimonies, works of literature, and poetry. I shared insights that gave my audience a glimpse of that world and showed that learning about the Holocaust is still extremely relevant, and important today.01-19-2017
Tyler CochranPhD HUASConference Presentation The Transition of Historical Writing into Literary Art: A Discussion of Martin Guerre through the Conduit of the Scholar Natalie Zemon DavisSouth Central Modern Language Association Panel: Renaissance Literature Excluding Drama Dallas, Texas 11-05-2016
Maria LoftinPhD HUHIConference Presentation ¡Una casa por mes! Middle-Class Homeownership and Post-Revolutionary Identity in Mexico City in the 1940sUrban History Association Eighth Biennial Conference Chicago, IL10-15-2016
Claire SoaresPhD HUASConference Presentation The Netherworld Created for the Film DEFIANCELiterature/ Film conference New Jersey, A paper on the film DEFIANCE and how film crew created the particular look and feel their film required.10-14-2016
David HowardPhD HUHIConference Presentation Divine Inspiration or Human Imagination: The Sacred Dialogue Among Baptist Pews, Pulpits and Hymnals in the American South, 1865-1915Art History Graduate Student Symposium St Thomas University, St Paul, MN10-08-2016
Maria LoftinPhD HUHIConference Presentation "¡Una casa por mes!": Middle-Class Home Ownership and Mexican Post-Revolutionary Identity in Mexico City in the 1930s and 1940sUrban History Association Eighth Biennial Conference Chicago, IL10-2016
Nathan KingPhD HUSLConference Presentation Music and Identity in Alejo Carpentier’s The Kingdom of this World2016 South Central Modern Language Conference Dallas, TX10-2016
Akira YokoyamaPhD HUSLConference Presentation Hemingway's Journey from Imagism to Surrealism At Home in Hemingway's World/ XVII Biennial International Ernest Hemingway Conference Dominican University, Oak Park, Illinois07-21-2016
Kerry GoldmannPhD HUHIConference Presentation "May the Force be within You: Reactivity in Greek Tragedy"Athens Institute for Education and Research’s 7th Annual International Conference on Visual and Performing Arts Athens, Greece05-30-2016
Lizbette Ocasio-RussePhD HUMAConference Presentation “The Fallen Woman in Francisco Arriví’s Vejigantes” CWB 6th Graduate Student Conference University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, PR; In addition to presenting, I was also part of the organizing committee.04-8-2016
Tyler CochranPhD HUASConference Presentation The Transition of Historical Writing into Literary Art: A Discussion of Martin Guerre through the Conduit of the Scholar Natalie Zemon DavisBodies at Work: Reimagining the Lines of (Re)Production UTA, Panel: Dis-Placed Bodies: Figuring Space and Place04-08-2016
Tyler CochranPhD HUASConference Presentation The Transition of Historical Writing into Literary Art: A Discussion of Martin Guerre through the Conduit of the Scholar Natalie Zemon DavisCritical Voices Conference UNT, Panel: Philosophy in Literature, Literature as Philosophy04-06-2016
Maria LoftinPhD HUHIConference Presentation Galería Feminina y La Guardia Joven: Gender and Modern Mexican Identity in Banco Nacional de México's Employee MagazineRocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies Conference Santa Fe, NM04-2016
Amy StavolaPhD HUSLConference Presentation "Cocktails and Commuting: the Sentimental Male's Crisis of Masculinity in Sloan Wilson's The Man in the Grey Flannel Suit"Class Trouble: Why Working-Class Studies Matters Collin College03-31-2016
Tyler CochranPhD HUASConference Presentation The Transition of Historical Writing into Literary Art: A Discussion of Martin Guerre through the Conduit of the Scholar Natalie Zemon DavisThe Texas Center for Working-Class Studies Conference Collin College, Spring Creek Campus, Panel: Representing the Working Class03-31-2016
Tyler CochranPhD HUASConference Presentation The Transition of Historical Writing into Literary Art: A Discussion of Martin Guerre through the Conduit of the Scholar Natalie Zemon DavisRAW UTD, Panel: Manifesting Identity in Texts03-05-2016
Tyler CochranPhD HUASConference Presentation The Transition of Historical Writing into Literary Art: A Discussion of Martin Guerre through the Conduit of the Scholar Natalie Zemon DavisWorld Association of Texas St. Edward's University, 2016 Conference: Turning Points in Global History Panel: New Approaches to Teaching & Writing in History Courses03-05-2016
Monica Alfaro RodriguezPhD HUHIConference Presentation Ellis Sandoz and the American FoundingSouthern Political Science Association San Juan, Puerto Rico01-2016
Virginia CurryPhD HUASConference Presentation The Museum as Academy: Teaching with Objects and a Return to Conneiseurship UNESCO International Council of zmuseums, Council on Collections 10-21-2015
Maria LoftinPhD HUHIConference Presentation "To Brighten and Beautify the City": The History of Electric Spectaculars in Mexico CitySociety for History of Technology Albuquerque, NM10-2015
C.M. FoltzPhD HUSLConference Presentation A Systems Theory of Poetry in the Posthuman EraRice University, Houston, Texas Conference paper on poetry and its relation to evolutionary biology and systems theory.09-06-2015
Virginia CurryPhD HUASConference Presentation Renaissance of the Academy: The Rebirth of Conneiseurship and the Examination of the ObjectArt and Law: Art in Peril, Cambridge University, United Kingdom, and Institute for Art Law Conference paper and panel discussion06-23-2015
Carroll SavantPhD HUSLConference Presentation "Make Your Own Kind of Music": Affectual Soundscape, Musical Aesthetics, and Identity in Thomas Hardy's EnglandMidwest Victorian Studies Association annual conference Special panel on music and the senses05-03-2015
Tim GingrichMA HUSLConference Presentation How to dismantle an atomic bomb: fission and fallout in the wind-up bird chronicleRAW 2015 Sherry Clarkson Prize04-25-2015
Rebecca ClayPhD HUMAConference Presentation Making James Joyce Contemporary International Conference of Interdisciplinary Studies - San Antonio 2015 I had an opportunity to lecture and demonstrate a method of short story writing instruction for classroom use that was well received by an international audience. I proceeded to publish the project in a journal article. ICIS 2015.04-24-2015
Chelsea BarnardMA HUMAConference Presentation My name is Veronica, and I'm an addict: Interpellation, Id, and Ideology in the 2014 Kickstarter FilmPopular Culture Association / American Culture Association Presented Visual Culture paper at PCA/ACA Conference.04-02-2015
M. Lance LuskPhD HUSLConference Presentation Thoughts black, hands apt: Looking at Oliviers Freudian Film Noir Adaptation of Hamlet.Popular/American Culture Association National Conference 04-2015
Robin MyricPhD HUASConference Presentation Prizewinners Conference: &Now 2015, Blast Radius: Writing and the Other Arts Creative poetry/photography presentation at &Now, a biennial academic conference. Part of two-person panel with author Cole Cohen, titled Ruptures and Sutures of the Everyday. 03-28-2015
Mark ThompsonPhD HUHIConference Presentation "Film Noir and Social Darwinism"RAW Conference; GSA, UT-Dallas 03-18-2015
Danny BoswellMA HUHIConference Presentation Edgar Allan Poe's Fight for Democracy: A Marxist Reading of 'The Pit and the Pendulum'RAW Conference 03-06-2015
Rebecca (Becky) DanielsPhD HUASConference Presentation Dismantling Art History: A Trans-disciplinary Approach for the High School Multicultural ClassroomNational Art Education Association 2015 Conference 03-2015
Rebecca (Becky) DanielsPhD HUASConference Presentation Impact of Teen Programming in Art MuseumsNational Art Education Association 2015 Conference 03-2015
Kevin WellsPhD HUSLConference Presentation The Selfish Incentives: A Pragmatic Approach to Preventing Plagiarism, Trends in Teaching College Composition 02-27-2015

Exhibitions, Performances and Invited Lectures

Name Area Type Title Venue Details Date
Terrance BoykinMA HUASExhibition / Performance "Rebirth In the Garden" a play in two acts -- Staged ReadingThe Dramatist Guild of America's - Monday Night Lights Bishop Arts Theatre Center, Dallas, Texas02-04-2019
Mary DibbernPhD HUMAExhibition / Performance Melodies FrancaisesCd recording of French concert songs by Editions de la Fabrique de la Musique and JBTprod Paris, France11-01-2018
Kristin ColaneriNot a Current StudentExhibition / Performance Transformative Identity - The Projected Personae500X Gallery 500 Exposition Ave. Dallas09-08-2018
Philip BarberPhD HUHIExhibition / Performance Exhibit EichmannAckerman Center for Holocaust Studies University of Texas at Dallas03-2018
Jessica InglePhD HUASInvited Lecture IrreplaceableSecond Thursdays with a Twist at the Dallas Museum of Art 11-09-2017
Terrance BoykinMA HUASExhibition / Performance Artist in Residence - May, 2017 Performance Installation , Produced and Directed, "Rebirth In The Garden" HALEY-HENMAN contemporary art - West Dallas Art Gallery and Performance space05-2017
Christine Malina-MaxwellPhD HUMAExhibition/ Performance POSTER SESSION - "Multi-Directional Memory: Effects on the Texture and Durability of Holocaust Artifact Memory"Graduate Student Research and Creative Activities Poster Session I was invited to present my work at the Graduate Student Research and Creative Activities Poster Session Tuesday, April 18 2017 3:00-5:00pm Visitor’s Center Atrium, UT Dallas.04-18-2017
Maria LoftinPhD HUHIInvited Lecture Talk to Wiley High School History ClassLife as a Ph.D. History Student: Conducting Research in Foreign Archives A talk given to a classroom of high school juniors and seniors on conducting research in archives in Mexico City and Monterrey. 03-2017
Tyler CochranPhD HUASExhibition/ Performance Richard III, Role: RatcliffeShakespeare Dallas Dallas, Texas06-24-2016
Claire SoaresPhD HUASExhibition/ Performance BORN ENEMIESNorth Lake Videofest Dallas, TX05-11-2016
Claire SoaresPhD HUASExhibition/ Performance LAMENT IN STONENorth Lake VideoFest Dallas, Texas, An art film blending sculpture, haiku poetry and nature.05-11-2016
Claire SoaresPhD HUASExhibition/ Performance GYPSY FEET (film)Dallas International Film Festival Dallas, Texas, A short film documentary on certain ethnic forms of dance that influence each other (classical East Indian, Middle Eastern, Flamenco and Ballet). 04-22-2016
Rachel CrawfordMA HUSLInvited Lecture Women in Texas Literature / reading: "First Names" 33rd Annual Literary Festival - Richland College 04-06-2016
Kent BoyerPhD HUMAInvited Lecture Gerald Murphy: Seven Years as a PainterUniversity of North Texas Art History Society Writing Competition for 2016 Third prize winner in University of North Texas' Art History Society Writing Competition.04-04-2016
Mark ThompsonPhD HUHIInvited Lecture Moderator for film presentation, "Gattaca: Genetic Engineering, Determinism, and Philosoph"North Central Texas College Flower Mound, TX03-09-2016
Claire SoaresPhD HUASExhibition/ Performance Dance, The GypsyGreensboro Dance Film Festival 03-22-2015
Kevin WellsPhD HUSLInvited Lecture Show and Tell: How Images Convey Arguments, a two-part lecture seriesENGL 20803: Honors Intermediate Composition: College Life and Identity, Texas Christian University 01-20-2015

Publications

Name Area Type Title Published By Details Date
Jennifer CrumleyPhD HUSLPublication "It Belongs in a Museum!: Indiana Jones and the Lost ArtifcatsMcFarland Chapter in edited collection about the Indiana Jones film franchise.2019
Lizbette Ocasio-RussePhD HUMAPublication "Maria"Flash Fiction Magazine "Maria" has been accepted for publication and will go live Dec. 3 12-03-2018
Linda AndersonPhD HUASPublication 10 years at ARE, Artists in Residence, Enschede, NetherlandsARE Artist in Residence, Enschede, Netherlands I was an Artist in Residence in 2008, one of the first artists in the program, this publication celebrates the artists who have participated in the program over the last ten years. I was chosen out of many to participate and be in the publication11-12-2018
Laurence WenselPhD HUASPublication 2 Artworks: p.42 'Order/Chaos' and p.75 'When Cities Dream' 10-05-2018
Ryan JohnsonPhD HUSLPublication In One Blow: The Futility of Nietzsche in One Punch ManThe Phoenix Papers 08-15-2018
Ryan JohnsonPhD HUSLPublication A Boy and his God: The Promise of Masculinity in Captain MarvelThe Phoenix Papers 08-05-2018
Rachel CrawfordPhD HUMAPublication The Revelator Panther City Review 07-2018
Terrance BoykinMA HUASPublication Once In The World: A Journey in Haiku & SenryuSelf-Published; Available on Amazon.com Once in the World is an exploration of ephemeral moments that emerge in the form of stillness, subtle actions and dramatic events. Inspired by the 16th century Japanese tradition of haiku poetry, Terrance Brooks Boykin creates a travelogue of compact poems that mirror the stages of human existence in ways that illuminate the juxtaposition between the small and momentary and the cosmic and eternal.05-01-2018
Rachel CrawfordPhD HUMAPublication What Doesn't Kill You Gravel Magazine, University of Arkansas at Monticello 2018
Kevin WellsPhD HUSLPublication Ali's KnifeChelsea Station Magazine Fiction11-2017
Merry JettPhD HUHIPublication Mind of a Chess Master and the Stomach of a Goat: Vesper Holly Female Adventurer Beyond Indy and Lara: Gender and Archaeology in Popular Culture (University of Augusta Press) I'm excited to get to write at article for this anthology Beyond Indy and Lara: Gender and Archaeology in Popular Culture.10-17-2017
Lizbette Ocasio-RussePhD HUMAPublication “Disidentifying with Gender Steretypes: The Queer in Pop Culture Films"postScriptum: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Literary Studies 07-2017
Jennifer CrumleyPhD HUSLPublication Tennessee Williams and The Walking Dead: A Journey Through the Rabbit Hole of Pop CultureAelurus Graduate Journal 05-2017
Lizbette Ocasio-RussePhD HUMAPublication “The Fallen Woman in Francisco Arriví’s Vejigantes” NAAAS & Affiliates Monograph Series - 2017 03-2017
Jennifer CrumleyPhD HUSLPublication By the Old Gods and the New: Daily Interactions with Game of ThronesFan Phenomena, Intellect LTD Co-written with fellow student Amy Stavola03-2017
Lizbette Ocasio-RussePhD HUMAPublication "Sam" Etropic: Electronic Journal of Studies in the Tropics 02-16-2017
Russell FraleyPhD HUSLPublication A Primer on Essential Classical Rhetoric for Practicing AttorneysLegal Communications & Rhetoric: JALWD This article is intended as an introduction to the principles and practices of ancient rhetoric as applied to the practice of law.2017
Mary DibbernPhD HUMAPublication Album of 13 Songs for Bass Voice and Piano, volumes 1 and 2Musik Fabrik I am co-editor (with Jared Schwartz) of the first modern edition of concert songs by the 19th century French composer Ange Flégier. I researched this composer and found the 100-year old original publications in the Bibliothèque nationale Départment de Musique in Paris. After recording the songs for Toccata Classics, we have just completed our own edition which is now published by the French company Musik Fabrik. The two albums of songs are available worldwide.11-01-2016
Amy StavolaPhD HUSLPublication (Un) Bury Me: Pizzolatto's AntigoneTrue Detective Collection. Ed. Scott F Stoddart and Michael Samuel. Publisher and date forthcoming10-13-2016
Amy StavolaPhD HUSLPublication "By the Old Gods and the New: Daily Interactions with Game of Thrones" Fan Phenomena: Games of Thrones. Ed. Kavita Vidya Mudan Finn. Publisher and date forthcoming10-13-2016
Kenady ToombsMA HUSLPublication Poem "My Body Broken"Windhover Journal 10-11-2016
Jennifer CrumleyPhD HUSLPublication (Un)Bury Me: The Fate of Pizzolato’s AntigoneTrue Detective Collection: Publisher forthcoming Co-written with fellow student Amy Stavola10-10-2016
Mary DibbernPhD HUMAPublication Ange Flégier: Mélodies for Bass Voice and PianoToccata Classics (London) Although the French composer Ange Flégier (1846–1927) has now been lost from view, he enjoyed considerable fame in his own time thanks to the extraordinary reception of his song Le Cor. Indeed, the mélodie holds a predominant place in his catalogue of more than 350 works. Flégier’s songs, composed for his colleagues at the Opéra de Paris, are large-scale and orchestrally conceived, sitting stylistically close to Duparc in their dignified drama. Many of them receive their first recordings or first modern recordings here. Mary Dibbern and her collaborator Jared Schwartz discovered the songs, published over 100 years ago, in the music department of the Bibliothèque national in Paris, France.09-30-2016
Mary DibbernPhD HUMAPublication Massenet: General Catalogue of WorksPendragon Press The bi-lingual Massenet: General Catalogue of Works, produced in collaboration with the Internaional Massenet Association and written in French and English, is a complete inventory of the known works of Jules Massenet. It has been produced with the sponsorship of the International Massenet Association. The purpose of this document, written French and translated into English, is to facilitate research, performance, and general knowledge of Massenet's music. For each work it gives the vocal and/or instrumental nomenclatures (with operatic roles listed by tessitura), the author(s) of associates texts, the location of manuscripts, and other pertinent details. The authors, specialists in nineteenth-century French repertoire, have established listings of works organized by musical genre: opera, sacred music, cantatas and vocal scenes, choruses, incidental music, symphonic music, piano music, and concert songs. The songs, which represent a large part of Massenet's oeuvre (some 280 titles), have been organized by title as well as by author, along with a summary of songs appearing in cycles, songs for more than one voice, and those found in editions or collections. The Catalogue includes explanatory paragraphs and annotations for each section, a select bibliography, a general index of works and an index of proper names. Appendices contain a biographical chronology; information on such works as Manon (the completely sung version) and L'Histoire de Manon, the composite ballet arranged and orchestrated by Leighton Lucas; the cantatas Louise de Mézières and David Rizzio; as well as the Hymne that remained unpublished until discovered by Hervé Oléon during the research for this Catalogue. Finally, the catalogue’s authors have created a system of DO numbers (Dibbern-Oléon) that in order to establish, for the first time, an exact quantification of Massenet's works and which will be useful as definitive reference numbers for this oeuvre.08-05-2016
Kerry GoldmannPhD HUHIPublication "May the Force be within You: Reactivity in Greek Tragedy"ATINER’s Conference Paper Series, no. ART2016-1937 08-2016
Kerry GoldmannPhD HUHIPublication "The Complexity of Teaching Play Analysis"Texas Theatre Journal, XII, # 1 (January 2016) 01-2016
Rachel CrawfordPhD HUSLPublication "The Stillness of the Spheres," "Another View from Patmos," "Epiphany" (poems)The Wayfarer: A Journal of Contemplative Literature 2016
Rachel CrawfordPhD HUSLPublication "Gretel at Seventy" (poem)Adanna Literary Journal 2016
Rachel CrawfordMA HUSLPublication "Dark Matter" (poem)Rock & Sling: A Journal of Witness 2016
Rachel CrawfordMA HUSLPublication "The Moth and the Holy of Holies" (poem)Anima: Poems of Soul and Spirit 2016
Kevin WellsPhD HUSLPublication Man Reflecting on a PondFlash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine Fiction10-2015
Lauren DixonPhD HUSLPublication If You Can't Take the Heat, Don't Hire a YetiMenacing Hedge 09-01-2015
Merry JettPhD HUHIPublication Lust for ViolenceFilms for the Feminist Classroom Co-edited a special feature about violent films for the feminist classroom with Dr. Shilyh Warren. Also, I wrote half of the introduction explaining why it is important to use violent films in a feminist classroom and what that experience was like for me in the course Cinema and Violence.07-10-2015
Rebecca ClayPhD HUMAPublication Making James Joyce Contemporary: Rewriting Classical Fiction Journal of International Education and Leadership In my journal article, I detail each part of my rewriting of James Joyce's "Evelyn" and then share with the reader the process as well as the final product of my short story writing. Journal of International Education and Leadership, current edition.07-03-2015
Mary-Catherine MuellerPhD HUSLPublication Book Review of Rachel F. Brenner’s The Ethics of Witnessing the Holocaust in Polish Writers’ Diaries from Warsaw, 1939-1945Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies Published a book review of Rachel F. Brenner’s The Ethics of Witnessing the Holocaust in Polish Writers’ Diaries from Warsaw, 1939-1945, in the Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies. Spring 2015.05-2015
C.M. FoltzPhD HUSLPublication Cape CodInnisfree Poetry Journal Poem published02-24-2015
Kevin WellsPhD HUSLPublication "Closing Time"Foliate Oak Literary Magazine 02-2015
Shabnum IftikharPhD HUSLPublication The importance of Metacognitive Strategies to Enhance Reading Comprehension Skills of Learners: A Self-directed Learning ApproachJournal of English Language and Literature 01-2015
Rachel CrawfordPhD HUSLPublication "First Names" Her Texas / 2016 Short Story Award from the National Federation of Press Women 2015
Rachel CrawfordPhD HUSLPublication Her Texas: Story, Image, Poem & Song (contributing editor, anthology)Wings Press 2015
Rachel CrawfordPhD HUSLPublication "From Grandmother's Memory of Drought"RiverSedge: A Journal of Art and Literature 2015
Amanda LedwonPhD HUHIPublication Let Us Weep Among the Dust: Recycled Poems of 1968 and Operas of Earthquake in Mexico In Verse published by University of Arizona Press This is a chapter in an edited volume. Editors are Stephen Neufeld and Michael Matthews.2015

Fellowships and Grants

Name Area Type Title Bestowed by Details Date
Philip BarberPhD HUHIFellowship Mike Jacobs Fellowship in Holocaust StudiesAckerman Center for Holocaust Studies 2018
Rebecca ThompsonPhD HUSLGrant Summer Yiddish UniversityBibliotheque Medem/Maison de la culture yidish Spent three weeks in Yiddish immersion in Berlin, Germany.08-14-2017
Maria LoftinPhD HUHIGrant 10-20-2016
Ghazal SaeidfarPhD HUSLFellowship Robert Plant Armstrong Endowed Fellowship FundRobert Plant Armstrong Endowed Fellowship Fund 10-06-2016
Maria LoftinPhD HUHIGrant Graduate Student Travel GrantUrban History Association Grant to help with travel expenses to 2016 conference in Chicago.10-2016
Kristin ColaneriMA HUASGrant CPP-SP Cultural Projects Program-Special ProgramCity of Dallas - Office of Cultural Affairs Was awarded the highest amount to produce a large-scaled multi-media show - performed at the Latino Cultural Center.02-05-2016
Maria LoftinPhD HUHIGrant 2016
Tyler CochranPhD HUASGrant GrantSid Richardson Memorial Fund 08-01-2015
Sherwin NouraniMA HUSLFellowship Armstrong FellowshipArmstrong Fellowship 06-20-2015
Maria LoftinPhD HUHIGrant Cyrus Cantrell III UTD Phi Kappa Phi Travel Grant.UT Dallas Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society 05-06-2015
Mary-Catherine MuellerPhD HUSLFellowship Mike Jacobs Fellowship in Holocaust StudiesThe Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies at the University of Texas at Dallas 2014–2016

Appointments

Name Area Appointment Job Title Field Employer Details Date
David ClemonsPhD HUHILecturerInstructor of History (full-time since fall 2017)HistoryHoward Payne University11-13-2018
Philip BarberPhD HUHIOtherTeaching Assistant/ Instructor of RhetoricHumanities University of Texas at Dallas08-2018
Michael SchraederPhD HUASOtherDirector of EducationTheatre and FilmKD Conservatory College of Film and Dramatic Arts10-01-2017
Mary-Catherine MuellerPhD HUSLLecturerLecturer in EnglishDedman College of Humanities and Sciences – Department of English: Discernment and Discourse; Holocaust Literature Southern Methodist UniversityMary-Catherine Mueller is a Doctoral Candidate (ABD) in Humanities – Studies in Literature and Holocaust Studies at UTD, and also a full-time Lecturer in English at Southern Methodist University. Her research and writings focus on 18th to 20th Century European Literature, Transcontinental Cultural Studies of America and Europe, Pedagogical Approaches to Teaching Rhetoric and Composition, and the Representations of the Holocaust in Pop-Culture, Society, and Literature. Through Mueller’s doctoral work, publications, and international conference presentations (from London to Jerusalem), she hopes to shed light on the significance and sanctity of every life (from the unborn to the aged), by addressing the Holocaust and that which happens when society deems one’s life less valuable than another’s. As a professor, Mueller hopes to introduce students to authors who may in time become their teachers, to ideas that may broaden their perspectives, and to discussions that may challenge or change their long-held presuppositions or help them solidify what it is that they believe. 06-22-2017
Jill JohnsonPhD HUSLOtherEnglish ProfessorEnglishTyler Junior College 2017
Monica Alfaro RodriguezPhD HUHIAdjunct ProfessorHistory and GovernmentTexas Woman's University10-2016
Troy DoucetPhD HUHILecturerAssociate Professor of PhilosophyPhilosophyCollin College08-15-2016
Tyler CochranPhD HUASService (Committee Appointment, Editor, Etc.)Social Media SpecialistHumanitiesUTDReunion: The Dallas Review08-01-2016
Scott FraleyPhD HUHILecturerDirector of Legal WritingLawBaylor Law School08-01-2015
Tyler CochranPhD HUASStaffTeaching AssistantHumanitiesUTDUnderstanding Art - Fall '15 Understanding Film - Spring '16 and Fall '1608-01-2015
Briana BaconPhD HUHILecturerInstructor of HumanitiesHumanitiesTarrant County CollegeAdjunct Instructor of Humanities with a historical focus.05-2015
Briana BaconPhD HUHILecturerInstructor of HistoryHistoryTarrant County College05-2015
D. Michael MimsPhD HUHIOtherPresident of Phi Alpha Theta (2015-2016)Historical Studies UT Dallas 04-24-2015

Other

Name Area Type Title Published By Details Date
Jessica InglePhD HUASOther Organized Vignette Art Fair at the Women's Museum in Fair Park04-15-2018
Ramon RamosNot a Current StudentOther 11-29-2017
Tyler CochranPhD HUASOther Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Short Screenplay Selection: The Poor Man's Agent10-24-2016
Tyler CochranPhD HUASOther Houston Comedy Film Festival Screenplay Selection: The Poor Man's Agent10-22-2016
Maria LoftinPhD HUHIOther Treasurer Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society09-2016
Janet JacobsPhD HUASOther Elected President of the Navarro County Historical Society.05-01-2015
Maria LoftinPhD HUHIOther Latin America Books and Articles Bibliographer for The Urban History Newsletter, a publication of the Urban History Association. 03-2015

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