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Major Projects Grant Application for the People’s Weather Map. OVPRED. March 2014.

Ida Beam Visiting Lecturer Application for Rob Nixon, University of Wisconsin, in conjunction with the Obermann Symposium, “Energy Cultures in the Age of the Anthropocene”; spring 2014


New Book Series, “Changing Climate, Changing Worlds,” to be coedited with Eric Gidal, in negotiation with the University of Iowa Press, 2013-
Article submitted in response to a cfp by new on-line journal Resilience, asking for defense of texts that speak eloquently across environmental and humanistic concerns: my choice- Joseph N. Nicollet on the Plains and Prairies: The Expeditions of 1838-1839 with Journals, Letters, and Notes on the Dakota Indians. Trans. and Ed. Edmund C. Bray and Martha Coleman Bray. (1976). Submitted August 2013.

Tested the article with the Obermann Working Group Circulating Cultures, December 2013.



TEACHING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA (since fall 1998)





  1. Teaching Assignments



SEM./YEAR

COURSES TAUGHT







Course Number

and Title



Students enrolled

January 2015

Obermann Graduate Institute on Public Engagement with Craig Just, Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering




Fall 2014
















Spring 2014

8:36 Introduction to the Short Story

26




8:260 Modes of Critical Analysis: Ecocriticism

7




8:88 Selected American Authors After 1900 (8am)

23

January 2014

Obermann Graduate Institute on Public Engagement with Carolyn Colvin, Literacy and Learning, College of Education

17

Fall 2013

8:59 The American Short Story (8:30am)

18

Spring 2013

8:98 (Honors) Seminar: The Story of Water

16




8:58 American Novel After 1900

26

Fall 2012

(CDA/Obermann Fellow)




Spring 2012

8:260 Modes of Critical Analysis

13




8:58 American Novel After 1900

24




8:36 Introduction to the Short Story

19

Fall 2011

8:179 Literature and Society

18




8:36 Introduction to the Short Story (courses in common)

29

Spring 2011

Flexible Load adjustment; teaching deferred to 2011-12 ay




Fall 2010

8:58:2 American Novel After 1900

16




8:179 Literature and Society: Veterans’ Stories from WWII to the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan (service learning; cross-listed IP)

10

Spring 2010

8/48: 179: Literature and Society: Locally Grown (sustainability certificate)

13




8:210 Doctoral Workshop

10

Spring 2008-Fall 2009

Release from teaching to work in the Office of the Provost




Fall 2007

8/131: 052 Literature, Culture and Women: Outward Bound: Jane Jacobs and Rachel Carson

19




143: 030 First-Year Honors Seminar: Lost in Space

8

Spring 2007

8:75 Transnational Authors: Coetzee and Ondaatje

19




8:98 Honors Proseminar: Over There and Coming Home: US Veterans Stories from World War II to the Wars in Iraq

16

Fall 2006

8:459 Seminar: Modes of Critical Analysis: Reading Place and Scale

8

Spring 2006

[teaching at Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier, France]




Fall 2005

[Career Development]




Spring 2005

8:059: American Short Stories: Our Town and Urban Neighborhoods

78




8:158/145:163/102:158 Storytelling and Urban Engagement

29

Fall 2004

8:154 American Regional Literature: New Orleans Exceptionalism

32




8:462 Seminar in Cultural Studies: In Place

8 + 1 full-participant auditor

Spring 2004

8:106 Literature and Culture of Twentieth-Century America: New Orleans Texts and Contexts

48




8:036 Reading Short Stories: Storytelling and Storyreading

23

Fall 2003

[Post-tenure reallocation]




Spring 2003

8:036 Reading Short Stories: From Story to the Short Story

26




8:158/145:163/102:

158 Storytelling and Urban Engagement



Subject of article in Iowa Alumni Magazine, spring 2003, by Kathryn Howe

28

Fall 2002

8:077 Selected Authors: Coetzee and Ondaatje

22




8:250 Readings in American Literature: Mid-Twentieth Century

15

Spring 2002

[Post-tenure reallocation]




Fall 2001

8:059 American Short Story: Our Town and Urban Neighborhoods

32




8:158/ 145:163/ 102:158 Storytelling and Urban Engagement

28

Spring 2001

8:076 Selected Modern Authors: Faulkner and Wright

32




8:114 American Regional Literature: New Orleans Texts and Contexts

31

Fall 2000

8:036 Reading Short Stories: Storytelling and Storyreading

22




8:340/179 Topics in American Literature and Culture/ Literature and Society: Reconstruction in the 1940s and 50s

7

Spring 2000

[Semester assignment]




Fall 1999

8:036 Reading Short Stories: Storytelling and Storyreading

21




[course reduction for parental leave]




Spring 1999

8:340 Topics in American Literature and Culture: Reconstruction in the 1940s and 50s

9




[course reduction for associate chair position]




Fall 1998

8:179 Literature and Society: The US in the 40s and 50s

18




8:114 American Regional Literature: New Orleans in the 20th Century

23
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