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Curriculum Vitae
David H Ikard
August 11, 2010

General Information
University address: English
College of Arts & Sciences
Williams Building 0405
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1580

E-mail address: dikard@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
2002 Doctor of Philosophy, University Of Wisconsin-Madison. Major: English. African-American Studies. Supervisor: Nellie McKay.
1997 MS, North Carolina State University. Major: English Literature. Supervisor: Joyce Pettis.
1994 BA, North Carolina State University. Major: English. African American Studies.

Professional Experience
2007–present Asst Professor, English, Florida State University.
2002–2007 Assistant Professor, English Department, University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
2000–2001 Lecturer, English, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
1996–1997 Lecturer, English, North Carolina State University.

Fellowship(s)
Ford Postdoctoral Fellowship (2007–2008).

Vollrath Distinguished Graduate Fellowship (2001–2002).

Advanced Opportunity Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison (1998–1999).

Graduate School Fellowship, North Carolina State University (1995–1996).



Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Faculty Travel Grant Award, Florida State University (2010).

University Teaching Excellence Award Nominee, Florida State University (2010).

Selected to the Scholars Network on Black Masculinity, Ford Foundation (2009).

University Teaching Excellence Award Nominee, Florida State University (2008).

First Year Assistant Professor Award, Florida State University (2008). ($16,000).

College Language Association Book of the Year Award, finalist, CLA (2008).

Profiled in Diversity in Higher Education Journal, Diversity in Higher Education Journal (2008).

Hodges Teaching Award, Finalist, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2006).

Innovative Technology Teaching Grant, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2006).

Chancellor's Award for Grant Research, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2006).

Geier Grant, to fund lecture by scholar Herman Beavers, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2006). ($5,000).

Geier Grant, 2-day symposium on gender politics in hip hop culture, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2006). ($8,000).

Geier, to fund production of Richard Wright's Black Boy by actor Charles Holt, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2006). ($4,000).

University of Tennessee National Alumni Association Outstanding Teaching Award, Nominee, University of Tennessee, Knoxville (2005).

Geier Grant, to fund lecture by Lisa Woolfork, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2005). ($3,000).

Geier Grant, to fund lecture by novelist Olympia Vernon, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2005). ($4,500).

Research Incentive Award, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2003).

Professional Development Award, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2003).

2003-2005 Hodges Summer Research Award, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2003).

1996-1997 Distinguished Teaching Award, finalist, North Carolina State University (1996).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Studies Association

College Language Association

Modern Language Association

The Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States



Teaching
Courses Taught
The African-American Literary Tradition (AML5608)

The 20th-Century American Novel (AML4121)

Senior Seminar in Literature (ENG4934)

The African-American Literary Tradition (AML4604)

Seminar in American Culture (AMS5809)

Introduction to African-American Literature (AML2600)



Doctoral Committee Chair
Barnett, R. N., doctoral candidate.

Hudson, J. S., doctoral candidate.



Doctoral Committee Member
Price, J., doctoral student. (2013).

Master's Committee Member
Andersen, S. K., graduate. (2011).

Meisenzahl, A., graduate. (2009).



Bachelor's Committee Member
Holihan, D., student. (2009).

Additional Teaching Not Reported Elsewhere
Ikard, D. H. (2005). Summer Instructor in the College Achievement Program. University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
Ikard, D. H. (2005). Summer Instructor for Project GRAD Program. University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Ikard, D. H. (in press). White Supremacy Under Fire: The Unrewarded Perspective in Edward P. Jones' The Known World. Journal of Multi-ethnic Literatures of the United States (MELUS), 32 pages.
Ikard, D. H., & Teasely, M. (2010). "Barack Obama and the Politics of Race: The Myth of Postracism in America". Journal of Black Studies, 40, 411-425.
Ikard, D. H. (2009). Ruthless Individuality and the Other(ed) Black Women in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God". CLA Journal, 53, 1-22.
Ikard, D. H. (2002). " 'So Much of What We Know Ain't So' : The Other Gender in Toni Cade Bambara's The Salt Eaters". Obsidian III, 4, 76-100.
Ikard, D. H. (2002). "Love Jones: A Black Male Feminist Critique of Chester Himes's If He Hollers Let Him Go". African American Review, 36, 299-310.

Refereed Books
Ikard, D. H. (2007). Breaking the Silence: Toward a Black Male Feminist Criticism. Louisiana State University Press.

Refereed Book Chapters
Ikard, D. H. (submitted). " 'Stop Making the Rest of Us Look Bad': How Race, Gender and Class Matter in Attacks Against the Movie Precious". Manuscript submitted for publication, 22 pages.
Ikard, D. H. (submitted). "Learning the Lesson All Over Again: Black Feminism at Work Outside of the Classroom" in Black Feminist and Womanist Pedagogies. Manuscript submitted for publication, 18 pages.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2003). "Fighting for Crumbs at the Table: The Crisis of Black Masculinity in the Twenty-First Century". Paper presented at Reading Identity Conference, Future of Minority Studies (FMS) Research Project, University of Wisconsin-Madison. (International)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2010). "White Supremacy Under Fire: The Unrewarded Perspective in Edward P. Jones's The Known World". Paper presented at MELUS, MELUS, Scranton, Pennsylvania. (International)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2009). "Why We're Supposed to Dislike Monk: The Post-Racial Impulse in Percival Everett's Erasure". Paper presented at American Literary Association, American Literary Association, Boston, MA. (National)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2009). "A Fire This Time: A Post-Race Baldwinian Reading of Edward P. Jones' The Known World". Paper presented at MELUS, MELUS, Spokane, WA. (International)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2009). "Why Janie hates her grandmother and the limitations of political vision in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God". Paper presented at CLA, CLA, Charleston, South Carolina. (National)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2007). 'Don't you know yo' ownself?': the limits of Janie's gender politics in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God. Paper presented at Ford Foundation Conference, Ford Foundation, Irvine, CA. (National)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2007). "Hidden in Plain Sight: Working Class Women and the Crisis of Representation in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God". Paper presented at CLA, CLA, Miami, Fl. (National)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2006). "Olympia Vernon's Eden and the New Black Feminist Criticism,". Paper presented at CLA, CLA, Birmingham, AL. (National)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2005). "Considering Class in Percival Everett's Erasure". Paper presented at American Literary Association, American Literary Association, Boston, MA. (National)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2005). "Gendering Class Politics in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God". Paper presented at Celebrating the African American Novel, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA. (National)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2003). "Like a Butterfly in a Hurricane: Gender Matters in Walter Mosley's Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned and Walkin' the Dog". Paper presented at Northeast Modern Language Association (NEMLA), NEMLA, Boston, MA. (National)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2003). "Over Her Dead Body: Black Female Self-Sabotage in Toni Morrison's Paradise". Paper presented at American Literature Association, ASA, Boston, MA. (National)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2001). "Triple Consciousness in James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-Coloured Man". Paper presented at Southern Writers Conference, Society for the Study of Southern Literature, Richmond, VA. (Regional)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2001). "So Much of What We Know Ain't So: The Other Gender in Toni Cade Bambara's The Salt Eaters". Paper presented at MELUS, MELUS, Knoxville, TN. (National)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2001). "Killing the White Girl First: Understanding the Politics of Black Patriarchy in Toni Morrison's Paradise". Paper presented at Cultural Diaspora Conference, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. (National)

Nonrefereed Papers at Conferences
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2001). "Who's Blaming Who: Engendering Racial Resistance in Toni Morrison's Paradise". Paper presented at Graduate Conference at University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Wisconsin-Madison English Department, Madison, WI. (Local)

Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Symposia
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2009). "She Had it Coming: Rethinking the 'Good Black Man' Paradigm". Not Available presentation in unspecified symposium. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Duke University, The Ernestine Friedl Building, Room 225. (Regional)

Nonrefereed Presentations at Symposia
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2010). "'I just don't want to die alone': Making Black Men's Pain Legible in Paul Beatty's White Boy Shuffle". In Leigh Edwards (Chair), Faculty Research Series. Presentation at the meeting of English Department, Tallahassee, Fl. (Local)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2008). "Why Hip Hop Matters in Academe". In Eric A. Weldy (Chair), BMI rap session. Presentation at the meeting of Black Male Institute, Tallahassee, Fl. (Local)
Ikard, D. H. (presented 2008). "Keepin' it Real: The Crisis of Black Masculinity in Black Literary Studies". In Eric A. Weldy (Chair), Professional Development. Presentation at the meeting of Network of Professionals, Tallahassee, Fl. (Local)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Ikard, D. H. (2010, October). Who Really Speaks For Precious?: Unheard Voices in the Black Feminist Discussion. Delivered at The Center for Black Diaspora at DePaul University, DePaul's Lincoln Park Campus. (National)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Ikard, David H (PI). (Aug 2007–May 2009). Hidden in Plain Sight: Exploring the Humanistic Agenda. Funded by Ford Foundation. Total award $40,000.

Reviews of My Research and Original Creative Work by Other Authors
Reviews Appearing in Journals
Kinohi Nishikawa. (2009). Review: Breaking the Silence: Toward a Black Male Feminist Criticism. NBM, online, N/A. Retrieved from http://www.thenewblackmagazine.com/view.aspx?index=2031
Jenkins, C. M. (2009). Review: Breaking the Silence: Toward a Black Male Feminist Criticism. American Literature, 81, 203-205. Retrieved from http://americanliterature.dukejournals.org/content/vol81/issue1/

Additional Research or Original Creative Work Not Reported Elsewhere
Ikard, D. H., & Joan Morgan. (2010). "Let's Talk About Sex!: A Conversation with David Ikard and Joan Morgan". The Global Journal of Hip Hop Culture: Words.Beats.Life.

Service
Florida State University
FSU Department Service
Committee member, Evaluation Committee (2009–2010).
Committee member, Job Placement Committee (2009–2010).
Committee member, Graduate Committee (2008–2009).
Committee member, Executive Committee (2008–2010).

The Profession
Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Black Women, Gender, and Families (2008).
Men and Masculinities (2007).
African American Review (2005–2010).

Service to Other Universities
Member of Hiring Committee for Interim Dean in Modern Foreign Language and Literature, University of Tennesee-Knoxville (2005).
Judge for John C. Hodges Graduate Prize in Creative Writing, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2005).
Member of Hiring Committee for Creative Writer in the English Department, University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2003).
Undergraduate Advisor, University of Tennesee-Knoxville (2002–2007).

The Community
Lecturer, Gave public lecture entitled "Understanding White Paternalism in Ernest Gaines's A Gathering of Old Men.", One Book, One Community (2004).

Additional Service Not Reported Elsewhere
Ikard, D. H. (2010). Book Referee. University of Mississippi Press.
Ikard, D. H. (2010). Book Referee. Indiana University Press.
Ikard, D. H. (2009). Organized a Panel on Writing Dissertations in the Humanities. Ford Foundation Conference.
Ikard, D. H. (2009). Book Referee. Vanderbilt University Press.
Ikard, D. H. (2009). Book Referee. Palgrave.
Ikard, D. H. (2008). Book Referee. University of Minnesota Press.
Ikard, D. H. (2006). Mentor in Ronald E. McNair Post baccalaureate Achievement Program. University of Tennessee-Knoxville.


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