2011 Conference

 

Transformations

March 3-5, 2011 - San Francisco, California

Conference Headquarters: The Whitcomb Hotel

HERA Conference Overview

Wednesday (March 2)

3:00 PM                           HERA Board Meeting

Thursday (March 3)

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM        Conference Registration/Book Exhibit

9:00 - 10:15 AM             Session I (Sections A-C)

10:15 - 10:30 AM           Break

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Session II (Sections AC)

11:45 - 12:00 PM            Break

12:00 - 1:15 PM              Session III (Sections AC)

1:15 - 1:30 PM                Break

1:30 - 2:45 PM                Session IV (Sections AC)

2:45 - 3:00 PM               Break

3:00 - 4:15 PM                Session V (Sections AC)

4:15 - 4:30 PM                Break

4:30 - 5:45 PM                Session VI (Sections AC)

5:45 - 6:00 PM               Break

6:00 - 7:15 PM                Session VII (Sections AC)

Friday (March 4)

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM       Conference Registration/Book Exhibit

9:00 - 10:15 AM             Session VIII (Sections A-D)

10:15 - 10:30 AM           Break

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Session IX (Sections A-D)

11:45 - 12:00 PM            Break

12:00 - 1:15 PM              Session X (Sections A-D)

1:15 - 1:30 PM                 Break

1:30 - 2:45 PM                Session XI (Sections A-D)

2:45 - 3:00 PM               Break

3:00 - 4:15 PM                Session XII (Sections A-D)

4:15 - 4:30 PM                Break

4:30 - 5:45 PM                Session XIII Sections A-D)

7:00 PM                           Keynote Session
                                          Reception

Saturday (March 5)

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM       Conference Registration/Book Exhibit

9:00 - 10:15 AM             Session XIV (Sections A-E)

10:15 - 10:30 AM           Break

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Session XV (Sections A-E)

12:00 - 2:00 PM             Closing Luncheon

Thursday, March 3, 2011

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Conference Registration and Book Exhibit

9:00 - 10:15 AM  Session I

Russian Hill Room, Section A:  Transformative Moment Workshop: Pantheism

      Sharman Russell
      
Western New Mexico University

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section B: Transformative Research: Theater

      Luda Popenhagen
      California State University, Channel Islands
      French Acting Techniques Transform Lithuanian Theatre

      Annette Hulbert
      San Francisco State University
      The Rise of Disguise: Masked Politics in Beach Blanket Babylon

      Chair: Naomi Rood
      Colgate University
      Tragic Transformation

^Projector^

Lombard Room, Section C: Transformative Pedagogy: Changing Tools and Techniques

      Lee Ann Westman
      University of Texas, El Paso
      Humanities in Action: How Online Humanities Courses Can Transform Students from Passive to Active Learners

      Mary Ann Koory (mak@broadviewnet.net)
      University of California, Berkeley Extension
      
An Online "University" for Creative Writers: Students as Consumers

      Chair: Robert Arellano (arellanor@sou.edu)
      Southern Oregon University
      100 Days of EMDA: Emergent Projects in Creative Learning from SOU's Center for Emerging Media & Digital Arts

^Projector^

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM Session II

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Pedagogy: Paradigms

      Senen Carlo
      University of Pennsylvania
      Scientific Paradigms, their Structuration, their Influence in the Development of Literature, and their Role in the Teaching of the Humanities: a Case Study

      John Turner
      Missouri State University
       Just What Does a College Freshman Want to Read?: Reaffirming the Humanities and Liberal Arts Tradition Through the Use of a Common Reader

      Carin Mayo (ccmayo@uab.edu)
      University of Alabama, Birmingham
      Producing Socially Responsible World Citizens: Education in Public Schools to Promote Tolerance and Social Action

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section B:

^CD^

Lombard Room, Section C: Transformative Moment Research: Performance, Image, & Myth

      Zühre Índírkas (zuhreindirkas@superonline.com)
      Istanbul University (Turkey)
      Transformations of Prometheus throughout the Ages

      Carolina Patino
      San Francisco State University
      Redefining the Grrrl, or, "It is Happening Without Your Permission"

      Chair: Pat Pinson (patpinson01@gmail.com)
      Independent Scholar
      Transforming Word and Sound into Image: Works of Walter Anderson

^Projector, Speakers^

12:00 - 1:15 PM Session III

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Research: Strategies of Liberation and Poetic Transformation

      Kim Jacobs-Beck (jacobsk@ucmail.uc.edu)
      University of Cincinnati, Clermont College
      Mary Wollstonecraft, Dissent, and the French Revolution

      Jessie Cannady
      Missouri State University
      Continuing Female Poetic Tradition: Allusions to Mary Shelley and Charlotte Bronte in the Work of Beat Poet Elise Cowen

      Chair: Chris Simpkins (cwilson@mail.sfsu.edu)
      San Francisco State University
      Gender Transformation: "Process" as a Crossover Discourse in 1950s Poetics

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room B: Transformative Research: Places & Spaces

      Junko Tsuchida (junkoroy@earthlink.net)
      Independent Scholar
      Louis I. Kahn's Architecture: Bridging Different Times

      Justin Foster
      University of Northern British Columbia (Canada)
      Becoming Birch: Metamorphosis and Environmental Change

      Chair: Mary Ann Wilson (maw0383@louisiana.edu)
      University of Louisiana, Lafayette
      The Literary Ladies of New Orleans and Historic Preservation in the 1920s French Quarter

^Projector^

Lombard Room, Section C: Transformative Pedagogy: Modes & Models

      David Bowen
      University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
      My Favorite Class is Recess: The Hard Work of Play in the Writing Classroom

      Libby Martin
      University of California, Irvine
      Perform/Transvert: Multi-Modal Parody as Critical Pedagogy

      Chair: Christian Riegel
      University of Regina (Canada)
      How Poetry Works: Research from Cognitive Poetics [written with Katherine M. Robinson - University of Regina (Canada)]

^Projector, Speakers^

1:30 - 2:45 PM Session IV

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Pedagogy: Global Perspectives

      Brigitte Polianos (bpolianos@yahoo.com)
      San Francisco State University
      Using Postcolonial Literature to Transform Freshman Composition

      Laura Fasick
      Minnesota State University Moorhead
      Using the Humanities to Engage Students with Other Cultures

      Chair: Erin Simmeth (esimmeth@gmail.com)
      San Francisco State University
      A Way to Survive: Educations in Patrick Chamoiseau's Chemin-d'École

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section B: Transformative Research: Gender & Culture

      Stephanie Parham
      University of Texas, El Paso
      The Labor of Gender: The Role of Guatemalan Women in Trade Unions, 1970-1989

      Shannon Dame
      Brigham Young University
      The Theme of Indigenismo in the Tehuantepec Photographs of Tina Modotti

      Chair: Monet Munoz
      University of Texas, El Paso
      Exiled Democracy: The Caribbean Legion's Use of Masculine Rhetoric, 1945-1954

^Projector^

Section C, Lombard Room: Transformative Research: Change in Humanistic Disciplines

Viola Lasmana (viola.lasmana@gmail.com)
      San Francisco State University
      The Weight of Memory: Li-young Lee's Poetry and the Materiality of Language

      Chair: Ferris Crane
      Robert Morris University
      Mediated Information Seeking and the Search for Authenticity

^Projector, Screen^

3:00 - 4:15 PM Session V

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Research: Modern Visions - Fiction, Poetry, Theater, Cinema

      Paul Kintzele
      University of Houston, Downtown
      The Theater of Desire in The Magus

      Maggie McKinley
      Marquette University
      Existential Violence and the Formation of Masculinity in Wright's The Outsider

      Chair: Alma Bennett (balma@clemson.edu)
      Clemson University
      The Orphic Transformations of Rainer Maria Rilke, Jean Cocteau, and Tennessee Williams

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section B: Transformative Research: Religion

      Kim Raikes
      Maine Maritime Academy
      Crossing Points: Places of Transformation in Hindu Daily Practice

      James Bell
      Grand Valley State University
      Ritualized Theatre: The Performing Pilgrim's Process at the Hill

      Chair: Douglas Sjoquist
      Lansing Community College
      The Usurpation of Asian Languages and Cultures in America

^Projector^

Lombard Room, Section C: Transformative Pedagogy and Research: Complementary Processes

      Erin McCoy
      University of Louisville
      "Hallelujah! His soul is marching on!": The Transformation of the Soldier as a National Symbol in America during the Vietnam War

      Rebecca Bennett
      Brigham Young University
      Horatian Reminiscences in Tennyson's "Buonaparte"?

      Chair: Ronald Richardson
      San Francisco State University
      What The Waste Land Expresses: A Different Approach to Teaching Eliot's Masterpiece

^Projector, CD^

4:30 - 5:45 PM Session VI

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Creative Workshop: 10 Minute Play Readings

      John Lawson
      Robert Morris University
      Curtains

      David Hatch
      
University of South Carolina
      Reckoning

      Chair: James Bell
      Grand Valley State University
      Two Minutes

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section B: Transformative Pedagogy: Methods

      Scott Walz
      Visitacion Valley Family School
      From the Beginning: Transformative Humanities Pedagogy in the Early Childhood Classroom

      Jane Gee (janegee@temple.edu)
      Temple University
      Learner-Centered Teaching in the Undergraduate Humanities Seminar: How Can Student Engagement Transform Student Achievement?

      Chair: Matthew Buckmaster
      Elon University
      Transformative Collaborations: One-on-One Undergraduate Educational Experiences

^Projector^

Lombard Room, Section C: Transformative Moment Research: Beethoven

      Jean Kreiling
      Bridgewater State University
      "Yelling at Joy": "Transformations" of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony

      Alice Derry (AliceDerry@wavecable.com)
      Peninsula College
      The Beethoven-in-Bonn
Project

      Chair: Barbara Hassid
      Independent Scholar
      The Beethoven-in-Bonn Project, 1770-1792

^Projector^

6:00 - 7:15 PM Session VII

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Pedagogy: Texts & Literature

      Sarah Mangin
      University of California, Berkeley
      Wordsworthian Allegory and the Ethics of Reading

      Jeff Osborne
      Murray State University
      Teaching Resistance in and to Plato

      Chair: Ian Latta
      San Francisco State University
      "Here, We Spontane": The Psychogeography of Composition

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section B: Transformative Moment: Esthetics of Knowledge - Sociology, Cinema, Music, Education, Ethnography

      Valeria DeCastro - FLACSO (valeria@bloomingtonmusictogether.com)
      Adan Madrigal - UIC
      Santiago Macadar - FLACSO
      Chair: Santiago Carrasale - FLACSO

^Projector, Speakers^

Lombard Room, Section C: Transformative Pedagogy: Humanities, Science, & Technology: Transformations of Cultural Anxiety

      David Yells (David.Yells@uvu.edu)
     
Utah Valley University
      Bioengineering: Fear and Loathing in the 21st Century
      
      Wayne Hanewicz (hanewiwa@uvu.edu)
     
Utah Valley University
      The Singularity: Trans-and Posthumanist Approaches

      David Hatch
     
University of South Carolina
      "All we want to do is eat your brains": Evolving Cultural Anxiety in Incarnations of Richard Matheson's I Am Legend

      Chair: Michaela Giesenkirchen Sawyer (10472588@uvu.edu)
     
Utah Valley University
      Transformations of the Mad Scientist from Metropolis to Bladerunner

^Projector, DVD, Speakers^

Friday, March 4, 2011

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Conference Registration and Book Exhibit

9:00 - 10:15 AM Session VIII

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Creative Moment/Pedagogy: Time & Time Enduring Questions

      Tom Taffel
      
Independent Scholar

      Time: The World's Greatest Illusion

      Chair: Shawn Tucker (stucker@elon.edu)
      Elon University
      An NEH Enduring Questions Humanities Seminar: Update      

^No Media^

Ghirardelli R oom, Section B: Transformative Creative Workshop: Encountering Life's Endings

      Louis Silverstein (lsilverstein@colum.edu)
      Columbia College, Chicago

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section C: Transformative Pedagogy: The Grand Tour

      Katrina Lewis
      Kansas State University
      Pedagogy in Integrated Humanities: Grand Touring in Europe, South Asia, and Southeast Asia

      Robert Winward
      Utah State University
      Frankenstein's Yodel: Sparking Innovation Abroad

      Chair: Carole Barnett
      Jacksonville University
      Transformations in Pedagogy: Using Study Abroad to Build a Major

^Projector, Speakers^

Lombard Room, Section D: Transformative Research: Music

      Krista Rodin
      Northern Arizona University
      Verdi's Faustian Otello

      Molly Cryderman-Weber
      Lansing Community College
      The Advent of the Percussion Ensemble and the Transformation of Percussion Writing in Western Art Music

      Chair: Stephen Husarik
      University of Arkansas, Fort Smith
      A One Hundred Year Transformation of Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition"

^CD, Projector, DVD, Speakers^

10:30 - 11:45 AM Session IX

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Moment: New Educational Models

      Edmund Cueva (cuevae@uhd.edu)
      University of Houston-Downtown
      Managing the "New" (?) Humanities Department

      Barry Peterson
      University of Nevada, Reno
      Modeling Four Responses to Evil: The Transformation from Cowardice to Union

      Chair: Richard Collins (rcollins6@csub.edu)
      California State University, Bakersfield
      Refashioning a New School of Arts and Humanities

^No Media^

Ghiradelli Room, Section B: Transformataive Pedagogy: Innovative Approaches to Service Learning

      Benjamin Niehaus
      
Indiana University
      What's so great about cheesecake? Literary Interpretations in the 21st Century

      Therese Tomaszek
      Davenport University
      Keep It Real: The Pedagogy of Academic Service-Learning and Whole-Class Projects in Interdisciplinary Humanities Courses

      Chair: Joana Owens (jowens1@ju.edu)
      Jacksonville University
      Taking the Plunge into Service Learning

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section C: Transformative Research: The Inter/transdisciplinary Challenging Marriage between Science and the Humanities: Scientific Results of the European Project Acume 2 (Interfacing Science, Literature, and the Humanities

      Claudio Franceschi - University of Bologna (Italy)
      Chair: Vita Fortunati - University of Bologna (Italy)

^Projector^

Lombard Room, Section D: Transformative Research: History, Culture, Literature

      Anna Valenzuela
      University of Texas, El Paso
      Cultural Diversity on the Border

      Jessica Mosby
      San Francisco State University
      Two Cultures and No Place for Ernesto: Deep Rivers' Displaced Protagonist

      Chair: Don Maxwell
      Franklin College of Indiana
      American Vietnam War-Era Émigrés to Canada and the Blurring of the 49th Parallel

^Projector, DVD, Monitor^

12:00 - 1:15 PM Session X

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Research: Contemporary Fiction

      Cristina Sánchez-Conejero
      University of North Texas
      Changing the Canon? Contemporary Spanish Science Fiction

      Ana Luszczynska
      Florida International University
      The Transformative Potential of Being and Community in Junot Diaz's The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

      Chair: Todd Edmondson
      University of Louisville
      The Comforts of Apocalyptic in Contemporary Fiction

^No Media^

Ghiradelli Room, Section B: Transformative Pedagogy: Historical & Cultural Themes

      Thomas Sorger (tsorger@rwu.edu)
      Roger Williams University
      Merchants, Moneylenders, and a Mad Man

      Lisa Graley
      University of Louisiana, Lafayette
      Twin Horses of the Apocalypse: The Role of War in Chronicles about Plague and Disease

      Chair: Barbara Hamilton (hamiltonb@mail.montclair.edu)
      Montclair State University
      "Welcome to the Communion of Your Race": Hipsters, Puritans, and the Search for Meaning

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section C: Transformative Research: Across the Disciplines

      Donald Metz (metzd@uc.edu)
      University of Cincinnati
      Artists's Self Portraits

      Vesna Rodic
      Diablo Valley College
      
Perpendicular Flâneries: Painting, Bourgeois Women, and the Façades of Haussmann's Paris

      Chair: Michael Call
      Brigham Young University
      The Symphonies of Claude Monet

^Projector^

Lombard Room, Section D: Transformative Research: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Music, Culture & Literature

      Sarita Cannon
      San Francisco State University
      "Tryin' to Make it Real--But Compared to What?": Critical Race Theory Meets Popular Music in Danzy Senna's Caucasia

      Carol Fischer (carolannefischer@gmail.com)
      West Valley College
      Transforming Mythology: The Plays of Naomi Iizuka

      Chair: Geoffrey Green
      San Francisco State University
      Performative Transgressions and Transformations: Music, Literature, and Culture

^DVD, CD, Speakers, Projectors^

1:30 - 2:45 PM Session XI

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Research: Myths & Belief Systems - Decline & Reincarnation

      Melanie Conroy (mrconroy@stanford.edu)
      Stanford University
      French Salons: Death or Renewal? The Case of Sophie Gay and Delphine de Girardin

      Alani Hicks-Bartlett
      University of California, Berkeley
      "Male and Female Together," or, Ovid's Iphis in the French Tradition: Mutability and Transformation in Christine de Pisan's Livre de la Mutacion de Fortune and Montaigne's "De la force de l'imagination"

      Chair: Michael Reid
      Stanford University
      Reincarnation as a Secular Problem: Souls, Persons, Locke

^No Media^

Ghiradelli Room, Section B: Transformative Moment/Pedagogy: 21st Century Approaches

      Rachel Haley Himmelheber
      University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
      Good Teachers Steal, Bad Teachers Borrow: Using the Terminology of Creative Writing in the Composition Classroom

      Chair: Herman Haluza
      San Francisco State University
      Nietzsche and Galeano for Our Times

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section C: Transformative Research & Pedagogy: Interpretive Visions - Artifacts, Visual Translation & Literary Visions of the West

      Judith Lane
      
Colorado State University
      British Literature: A Visual Translation

   Alison Sperling
      University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
     
Hemingway's Flight from Civilization and Search for the West: For Whom the Bell Tolls   

      Chair: Liz Gomez
      Athabasca University (Canada)
      Affect and Artifact: Object Encounters and Colonial Collecting in Western Canada

^Projector^

Lombard Room, Section D: Transformative Creativity: Creative Performative Activism & Creative Pedagogy

      Kaitlyn Fay
      Elon University
      The Effects of Learning Jazz Improvisation on Student Performance in Second Language Acquisition

      Toni Tinker
      Sacramento State University
      "Make 'Em Clap to This": Towards an Articulated Critical Hip-Hop (Cr-Hip) Methodology for Qualitative Research

      Chair: Tiffany Higgins (tifhiggins@yahoo.com)
      Diablo Valley College
      Playing the Wars/Cafe America

^Projector, CD, DVD, Speakers^

3:00 - 4:15 PM Session XII

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Research: Poetry

      Alison Dailey
      Foothill College
      Howling Trees, Heroic Couplets: Ecology and Dissent in the Poetry of Mary Leapor

      Leon Raikes
      Maine Maritime Academy
      Understanding Tagore in the Context of Eastern Aesthetics: Rescuing Poems for Modern

      Chair: Karin McKie (Karin@treefalls.com)
      San Jose State University
      Through a Glass, Brightly: The Mirror Metaphor in Aemilia Lanyer's Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum

^No Media^

Ghiradelli Room, Section B: Transformative Pedagogy: Issues

      Andrew Hoag
      University of Texas, San Antonio
      Transformative Pedagogy and Talk about Race

      Lisa Langstraat
      Colorado State University
      Teaching Critical Emotion Theory: A Case Study in Compassion

      Chair: William Chandler
      University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
      Is There "A" Humanities Pedagogy?

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section C: Transformative Pedagogy: Seeing & Doing - Service Learning Abroad

      Magdalena Herdoiza-Estévez
      Indiana State University

      Impact of Full Immersion and Service in Learning

      Ivonne Gordon-Vailakis
      University of Redlands
      Learning in a University without Walls

      Chair: Sonia Lenk
      Western Kentucky University
      Exploring the Impact of Service Learning through the Use of Qualitative and Quantitative Methods

^Projector^

Lombard Room, Section D: Transformative Research: Interdisciplinary Cinema & Theater

      Marcia Green (mgreen@sfsu.edu)
      San Francisco State University
      The Musical Transformation "Beneath the Surface" of The Picture of Dorian Gray

      Andrés Lema-Hincapié
      University of Colorado, Denver
      Male Caresses, Macho Blood: Marcelo Piñeyro's Plata quemada (2000)

      Chair: James Larner
      Marian University
      Progress and Transformations: Robots and Replicants in R.U.R. and Blade Runner

^DVD, Projector, Monitor, Speakers^

4:30 - 5:45 PM Session XIII

Russian Hill Room, Section A: Transformative Research: Madness and Modernist Literature

      Rozan Soleimani
      San Francisco State University
     
Discovering the Unconscious Self in Fiction: Virginia Woolf's Metamorphosis into Orlando

      Christoph Zepeda
      San Francisco State University
      Feeding on Self-Destruction: A Psychobiography of Anne Sexton

      Chair: Annette Allen (acalle01@louisville.edu)
      University of Louisville
      Madness, Creativity, and Modernism

^No Media^

Ghiradelli Room, Section B: Transformative Research: 19th Century Literature

      Brittany Atkinson
      Brigham Young University
      Imitation and Authenticity in Edith Wharton's The Custom of the Country

      Ann Jacobsen
      Independent Scholar
      Transformation into Modern World: Willa Cather's Interiors

      Chair: Anna Fenton-Hathaway (afh@u.northwestern.edu)
      Northwestern University
      Plotless on Purpose: Narratives of Aging in Elizabeth Gaskell's Cranford

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section C: Transformative Pedagogy: Values

      Randy Cutler (rcutler@ecuad.ca)
      Emily Carr University (Canada)
      Truth & Consequences: A Commitment to Generosity and Truthfulness

      Katie Minks
      San Jose State University
      Changing My Mind: Transformations of Cynical Views About Poetry

      Chair: Erich Freiberger
      Jacksonville University
      Reason and the Death of Fathers in Parmenides, Plato, and Hamlet

^Projector^

Lombard Room, Section D: Transformative Creative Research: Radical Transformations: Visual & Audio Culture of Feminism, Art, Myth & the Museum

      Cornelia Hoogland (chooglan@uwo.ca)
      University of Western Ontario (Canada)
      Transformative Moments in Little Red Riding Hood

      Michelle Gewurtz (michelle.gewurtz@gmail.com)
      University of Leeds (United Kingdom)

      Chair: Margot Berrill (margot.berrill@gmail.com)
      University of Illinois, Chicago

^Projector, DVD, Speakers^

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7:00 PM - Union Square Room
Plenary Session

               Welcome - Therese Tomaszek, President

               Presentation of Awards-Marcia Green, Executive Director

Keynote Speaker

HENRY M. SAYRE
Oregon State University

Transforming Olympia: Manet, the Slave Trade, and the Humanistic Enterprise

8:30 PM
Ghiradelli Square & Fishermen's Wharf Rooms
Reception

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Saturday, March 5, 2011

8:30 AM - Noon

Conference Registration and Book Exhibit

9:00 - 10:15 AM Session XIV

Ghiradelli Room, Section A: Transformative Pedagogy: Resistance to Praxis

      Erica Kubik - Muskegon Community College
      Neil Shepard - Davenport University
      Chair: Colleen Coughlin - Davenport University

^No Media^

Nob Hill Room, Section B: Transformative Creative Research: Figurative Cinematic Representation, Deconstructed Bodies, & Performative Quests for Knowledge

      Pierre Floquet (floquet@ipb.fr)
      Universite de Bordeaux (France)
      Close Encounters of a New Kind: Live Actors and Their CGI Transformed Selves in Recent Features

      Julie Chisholm
      California State University Maritime
      Muddling Through: Critical Thinking and Technology on the Domestic Front

      Chair: Beth Wynstra
     
 Babson College
      
Extending the Transformative Moment: The Rhetoric and Revisiting of Past Political Performance

^Projector, CD, Speakers^

Russian Hill Room, Section C: Transformative Research and Pedagogy: Arts Education in this Moment

      Joanna Shearer
      Nevada State College
      The Rhetoric of YouTube: Teaching Composition in the New Media World

      Alexandra Hanner
      Elon University
      So Much to Write, So Little Time: Measuring the Successes and Challenges of a Community Writing Workshop

      Chair: Rosanna Lauriola (lauriola@uidaho.edu)
      University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
      Classics and Humanities at All Levels: A Transformative Experience with Children of Moscow Elementary Schools

^Projector^

Lombard Room, Section D: Transformative Creative Workshop: Engaged Learning - Transforming Choreographic Practices

      Kristen Eisiminger - Michigan State University
     
Abbey Moore - Michigan State University
      Colleen Synk - Michigan State University
      Patricia Gordon - Michigan State University
      Chair: Sherrie Barr - Michigan State University

^Large Room, DVD, Monitor^

Fisherman's Wharf Room, Section E: Transformative Research: Interpretive Visions, Politics, Literature & the West

      Chair: Samuele Pardini
      Elon University
      Leslie Fiedler and the Rosenbergs: Transforming American Intellectual History

      Lois Lyles
      San Francisco State University

^No Media^

10:30 - 11:45 AM Session XV

Ghiradelli Room, Section A: Transformative Moment: The Many Faces of English Studies - Disciplinary Identity, Problems, and Synergy

      Viola Lasmana - San Francisco State University (viola. lasmana@gmail.com)
      Marci Daniels - San Francisco State University
      Carolina Patino - San Francisco State University
      Alden Wood - San Francisco State University
      Sarah Powers - San Francisco State University
      Shana Alavi--San Francisco State University
      Chair: Alwin Harahap - San Francisco State University

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Nob Hill Room, Section B: Transformative Creative Workshop: Beyond Postmodernism - Performatism

      Pat Pinson - Independent Scholar
      Ken Gargaro - Robert Morris University
      Heather Pinson - Robert Morris University
      John Lawson - Robert Morris University
      Chair: Ferris Crane - Robert Morris University

^Projector^

Russian Hill Room, Section C: Transformative Research: Graphic "Novel(s)" Identity

      Allison St. John
      University of Southern California
      A Case for Graphic Novels in English Curriculua

      Linda Trinh Moser
      Missouri State University
      Interpreting Image and Text in Gene Luen Yang's American Born Chinese

      Chair: Doré Ripley (dore.ripley@gmail.com)
      California State University, East Bay & Diablo Valley College
      The Transformation of Ego in American Born Chinese

^Projector, cord for notebook^

Lombard Room, Section D: Transformative Research and Pedagogy: Dance

      Susannah Keita (susannah.keita@gcu.edu)
      Grand Canyon University
       A Metacognitive Approach to Dance Education

      Erica Burgin
      Brigham Young University
     
Cuimhne Rince: Performing a Traumatic Irish Past

      Chair: Sherrie Barr
      Michigan State University
      Dancing Our Stories: Transforming Moments & Movements

^Projector, DVD, Monitor^

Fishermen's Wharf Room, Section E: Transformative Research: Humanism, Mind/Body Interactions & Cultural Pedagogy

      Sandra Enriquez
      University of Texas, El Paso
      Disparities in Education: The Alvarado v. El Paso Independent School District

      Clayton Plake
      San Francisco State University
      "What is it…a Man?": Paranoia and the Erotic Dialects of the Male Body in Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan of the Apes

Chair: Ezra Cappell
      University of Texas, El Paso
      Transforming Students through Educational Travel

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12:00 - 2:00 PM
Ballroom - Closing Luncheon

 

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