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ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

(IV) Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, Director, American Literature & Cultural-Studies, 9/13-present, Assistant Professor of U.S. Literature, Cinema Studies and Critical Theory,
10/97-present (current contract expires 9/30/2018).

Habilitation papers in progress.

MA-level basic (i.e., required) & optional classes taught (40/60 w/FAMU included):

  1. ‘Theoretical Approaches to Henry James’, Winter 1997.
  2. ‘Theoretical Approaches to Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, Summer 1998.
  3. ‘Intercultural Authority: Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow, Winter 1998.
  4. ‘Artistic Authority: Joyce’s Ulysses, Winter 1998.
  5. ‘Cinematic Authority: Orson Welles and Alain Resnais’, Summer 1999.
  6. ‘Aesthetic Pleasure and Authority: Pynchon’s Mason & Dixon, Winter 1999.
  7. ‘Cinematic Pleasure and Authority: From Griffith to Wenders’, Winter 1999.
  8. ‘Desire and Power: Late Novels of James’, Summer 2000.
  9. ‘Aesthetic Pleasure and Authority: Joyce’s Finnegans Wakeand Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow, Summer 2000.
  10. ‘Cinematic Pleasure and Evil: From Welles to Akerman’, Winter 2000.
  11. ‘Aesthetic Pleasure and Evil: Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow, Winter 2000.
  12. ‘Cinematic Unthought: Orson Welles’, Summer 2001. The seminar took place at Ponrepo, an independent cinema in Prague; the post-film discussions were also open to the general public.
  13. ‘Explosions of Freedom: James, Bataille, Deleuze, Nancy’, Summer 2001.
  14. ‘Cinematic Meaning and Pleasure’, Winter 2001.
  15. ‘Explosions of Being’, Winter 2001.
  16. ‘Literary and Philosophical Baroque’, Summer2002.
  17. ‘Cinematographic Meanings and Pleasures’, Summer 2002.
  18. ‘Cultural Baroque: Heidegger, Joyce, Klossowski’, Winter 2002.
  19. ‘Cinema as Meaning and Pleasure’, Winter 2002.
  20. ‘Cinema as Meaning and Enjoyment’, Summer 2003.
  21. ‘Literary and Philosophical Baroque: Spinoza and Leibniz for the 21st Century’, Summer 2003.
  22. ‘Leibniz and Contemporary Culture’, Summer 2003.
  23. ‘Spinoza and Contemporary Culture’, Winter 2003.
  24. ‘Aesthetic Joys: Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, Summer 2004.
  25. ‘Forms of Culture: Thomas Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow, Winter 2005.
  26. ‘Transforming Tradition: Baroque Ventures, Identities and Values in Literature and Theory I’, Winter 2005.
  27. ‘Transforming Tradition: Baroque Ventures, Identities and Values in Literature and Theory II’, Summer 2006. On paid sabbatical leave, Winter 2006.
  28. ‘Modernity & Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow, Winter 2007.
  29. ‘Shakespeare, Orson Welles, & Modernity, Winter 2007.
  30. ‘Modernity & Pynchon’s Against the Day (2006)’, Summer 2008.
  31. ‘Cosmic Energies & Pynchon’s Against the DayWinter 2008.
  32. ‘Cosmic Energies, Orson Welles, & Shakespeare’, Winter semester 2008.
  33. ‘The Philosophical Baroque: Joyce’s Finnegans Wake & Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow, Summer semester 2009.
  34. ‘Social Theory, Pynchon’s Inherent Vice (2009) & the Philosophical Baroque’, Winter semester 2009.
  35. ‘Experience, Commodity Culture, & Spectacle Society: From James to Stein’, Winter semester 2009.
  36. ‘Lacan’s Seminars & After’, Winter semester 2010.
  37. ‘Experience, Commodity Culture, & Spectacle Society: US Fiction’, Winter semester 2011.
  38. ‘Psychoanalysis & Cultural-Studies’, Summer semester 2012.
  39. ‘Psychoanalysis & Cultural-Studies’, Winter semester 2012.
  40. ‘Experience, Commodity Culture, & Spectacle Society: US Fiction & Cultural-Studies’, Summer semester 2013.
  41. ‘Experience, Commodity Culture, & Spectacle Society: US Fiction & Cultural-Studies’, Winter semester 2014.
  42. ‘Psychoanalysis & Cultural-Studies’, Summer semester 2015.

BA-level required classes taught (53) + Special lectures:

  1. Lectures given on Twentieth-Century American Prose fiction, Summer semester, 2000-Winter semester 2014 (3 lectures, e.g., Wtr 14) (selected semesters).
  2. ‘US literature I, beginnings-1870: 2003, 2010 (3 sections taught).
  3. ‘US literature II, 1870-1945’: 1997-2005; 2007-Summer 15 (25 sections taught).
  4. ‘US literature III, 1945-present’: 1998-2002, 2004-Winter 14 (30 sections taught).

Special lecture/seminar for department lecture series (one of three for American Cultural-Studies):

I.-II. ‘Consumerism & the Unconscious in US Prose Fiction & in Continental Theory’, Winter 2013 & Winter 2014.

Special lecture and seminar for American Cultural Studies lecture series:

  1. Two special lectures for an American Cultural Studies lecture series, ‘A Pairing of Balzac’s Eugénie Grandet and of James’s Washington Square’; ‘Money, Bio-Power and ‘Race’: James’s The American Scene’, Winter semester 1999.
  2. ‘Money, Power and Desire of James’s The Golden Bowl’, Winter semester 2000.
  3. ‘Thomas Pynchon and the Post-Enlightenment Epoch’, Summer semester 2002.
  4. ‘Orson Welles, American Cinema and the Unthought’, Summer semester 2003.
  5. ‘New Halls of Communication: Maurice Blanchot and Thomas Pynchon’, Summer semester 2004.
  6. ‘New Subjects and Modes of Movement: Cinematic Narratives of Terrence Malick’, Summer semester 2005.
  7. ‘Orson Welles, Shakespeare and American Culture with Special Reference to Chimes at Midnight’, Summer semester 2006.
  8. ‘The Concept of Dizziness and the Cinema of Buster Keaton’, Summer semester 2007.
  9. ‘Adorno, Baroque Modernity, & U.S. Culture’, Summer semester 2008.
  10. ‘Adorno, Dystopia-Utopia, U.S. Cultural Modernity, & After’, Summer semester 2009.
  11. ‘Adorno, Dystopia-Utopia, U.S. Cultural Modernity, & After’, Summer semester 2010.
  12. ‘Adorno, Dystopia-Utopia, U.S. Cultural Modernity, & After’, Summer semester 2011.
  13. ‘Adorno, Dystopia-Utopia, U.S. Cultural Modernity, & After’, Summer semester 2012.

Supervisions:

  1. Supervised an MA thesis on “Three Readings of Pynchon” (Silvia Hromádková), 1997-98. Graduated.
  2. Supervised a Vilém Mathesius Prize-winning MA thesis on “Freedom & Subjectivity: The Late Novels of Henry James” (Jana Mlčochová), 2001-02. Graduated.
  3. Supervised an MA thesis on Thomas Pynchon (Karel Vachek), 2002-03. Graduated.
  4. Supervised an MA thesis on “The New Franklin: Demythologizing Benjamin Franklin’s Moralities” (Vĕra Musilová), 2002-03. Graduated.
  5. Supervised a Vilém Mathesius Prize-winning MA thesis on “Radiant Literature, Thomas Pynchon: Gravity’s Rainbow”, 2003-05 (Hana Ondráčková, one of two translators of a published edition of Gravity’s Rainbow into Czech). Graduated.
  6. Supervised a B.A.-level thesis on “Frustrated Sensibilities in the Context of the Conventions of the New York Elite of Wharton’s Fiction” (Markéta Křenková), 2005-06. Graduated.
  7. Supervised a B.A.-level thesis on Authentic Existence and the ‘American Dream’ in Dreiser’s Fiction” (Pavlína Černá) 2006-07. Graduated.
  8. Supervised an M.A.-level thesis on Henry James (Lenka Petáková) student has suspended her status and may or may not finish her lexical item, 2006 only. Graduated.
  9. Supervised an M.A.-level thesis on cinema and critical theory (Evgenia Konoreva), 2007-08. Graduated.
  10. Supervised a Ph.D. thesis on Theoretical Otherness, on Local Color Fiction and on Kate Chopin by Dagmar Junková (M.A. in English and Philosophy, Charles Univ.), 2005-2009. Held a Fulbright Scholarship in the USA, and has now graduated. Successful viva held 30 June 2009. Graduated.
  11. Supervised a Ph.D. thesis on the Post-Modern Puzzle Novel by Richard Stock (M.A. in Literature and Theory, University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign), half-time 2003-10. Successful viva held 11 February 2010. One positive opponent’’s report from Prof. J. Hillis Miller, UC-Irvine, USA. Graduated.
  12. Supervised a B.A.-level thesis on Edith Wharton (Vera Řenčová), 2008-10. Program changed.
  13. Supervised a B.A.-level thesis on ‘Entropy and Consumerism in Pynchon’s Works’ (Daniel Litochleb), 2008-11. Graduated.
  14. Supervised a B.A.-level thesis on “The Archetype of the Indian in American Cinematography” (Andrea Knotková), 2009-11. Graduated.
  15. Supervised a B.A.-level thesis on “African-Americans in American Film” (Julie Žáčková), 2009-11. Graduated.
  16. Supervised a B.A.-level thesis on Paul Auster and Thomas Pynchon (Marika Buršíková), 2009-10. Graduated.
  17. Supervised an M.A.-level thesis on the Columbian World Exposition of 1893 and Thomas Pynchon’s Against the Day, (Michaela Létalová), 2008-10. Graduated.
  18. Supervised an M.A.-level thesis on Theodor Dreiser, (Pavlína Černá) 2008-10. Graduated.
  19. Supervised an M.A.-level thesis on Acker & Pynchon: A Comparative Analysis of the Postmodern Body, (Jana Kadrevis) 2009-10. Unfinished.
  20. Supervised a Ph.D. thesis on “Against Adaptation: Toward Transdisciplinarity and Minor Cinema” by Linda Petříková (M.A. in English, Charles Univ.), 2006-2014. Studied at NYU in New York City, USA on a competitive scholarship in a competition held at the Arts Faculty of Charles University. One positive opponent/reader’s report from prof. Richard Burt, University of Florida, USA. Graduated.
  21. Supervised a Ph.D. thesis on Narrative Space and Thomas Pynchon by Vít Vaníček (PhDr., Charles Univ.), 2005-12. Was studying in Indiana, USA on a competitive scholarship. Graduated. Now teaching Composition at the University of Illinois-Chicago. One positive opponent/reader’s report from prof. J. Hillis Miller, University of California-Irvine, USA. Graduated.
  22. Supervising a Ph.D. thesis on Literature and Silence by Tereza Stejskalová, (M.A. in English and Philosophy, Charles Univ.), 2008-present. All but dissertation done. Will submit c. Spring 2014.
  23. Supervised a Ph.D. thesis on materialist aesthetics in Generation X writers from the United States by Melinda Morvay (M.A., the University of Constantine the Philosopher, Nitra, 1999), 2009. Has terminated study both for personal reasons and due to new degree requirements.
  24. Supervised a B.A.-level thesis (Petra Landerová) “Vertiginous Relations in Eugene O’Neill’s Desire Under the Elms & Mourning Becomes Electra. 2011-12. Graduated.
  25. Supervised a B.A.-level thesis (Hana Moravčíková) “The Function of Seymour Glass in the Conceptual and Textual Persona and Fictional Output of J.D. Salinger”. 2011-12. Graduated.
  26. Supervised an M.A.-level thesis on “Beyond Horror: or, Exploring Connections Between E.A. Poe’s Writings and A. Hitchcock’s Cinema” (Iva Martináková), 2010-12. Graduated.
  27. Supervised an M.A.-level thesis on “Kurt Vonnegut’s Humor in Three Cinematic Adaptations” (Jana Samková), 2010-12. Graduated.
  28. Supervised a B.A.-level thesis (Tomáš Bazika) “Orson Welles: Film Noir and its Aesthetic Legacy”, 2012-13. Graduated.
  29. Supervising an M.A.-level thesis (Petra Landerová) “The Representation of the Female Body in US Prose Fiction.” 2012-present.
  30. Supervising an M.A.-level thesis (Daniel Litochleb), 2012-present.
  31. Supervising an M.A.-level thesis (Julie Začková), on “Representing Race on Screen: The Concept of African-American Pain through the Lens of European-American Film-Makers”. 2012-15. Viva passed. Will graduate.
  32. Supervising a B.A.-level thesis (Lenka Šimková) on US Crime TV Series & Cultural-Studies. 2011-present.
  33. Supervised a B.A.-level thesis (Kristýna Seidlová) “On the Psychology of Human Desire of Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’sand of Steinbeck’s East of Eden”. 2011-13. Viva passed. Graduated.
  34. Supervised an M.A.-level thesis (Iva Vejvodová) on “The Portrayal of Racial and Ethnic Stereotypes in American Animated Cartoons”. 2011-12. Graduated.
  35. Supervising a Ph.D. thesis (Christopher Gonzales) on Gothic Literature. 2012-present.
  36. Supervised an M.A.-level thesis (Jan Mackal) on “Henry James & His Stance Towards Aestheticism & Decadence”. 2013-15. Viva passed. Will graduate.
  37. Supervising an M.A.-level thesis (Andreas Patenidis) on Space in American Literature. 2013-present.
  38. Supervised an M.A.-level thesis (Matej Moravec) on “American Suburbia from 1950s to 1980s: The Development of the Image of Suburbia in the Short Stories of John Cheever, John Updike, and Raymond Carver”. 2013-14. Graduated.
  39. Supervising a B.A.-level thesis (David Kudrna) on “The Comic in Henry James’s Fiction”. 2013-present.
  40. Supervising a B.A.-level thesis (Anastasia Molozina) on “Representations of Freedom, Belief, and Democracy in Selected Beat Authors, Pynchon, and O’Connor”. 2013-present.
  41. Supervising an M.A.-level thesis (Přemysl Černík) on The Great Gatsby vs. Trimalchio: Nick Carraway Reconsidered”. 2015-present.
  42. Supervising a Ph.D. thesis (Evgenia Konoreva) on “Against identity; or, Expanding the Boundaries of Queer Studies with the Films of Lars von Trier”. 2015-present.
    1. Official Consultant: For Richard Olehla for a Ph.D. thesis on Thomas Pynchon, 2003-11. Graduated.

Opponentships:

Author of more than thirty official reader’s reports as the opponent of various PHD-level (1), MA-level (24) and BA-level (6) theses from 1998-present, including, e.g.,

  1. Lucie Kloubková, “Slave Narratives: Journeys Towards an Identity?” (MA, 1998).
  2. Petra Key, “Slave Narratives: Journeys Towards an Identity?” (MA, 1998).
  3. Jan Jonák, BA thesis on Thomas Pynchon (BA, c. 1999).
  4. Jan Jonák, “Beloved and the Common Ground in Select African American Novels” (MA, c. 2000).
  5. Zuzana Šemberová, “Toni Morrisonová a české překlady jejích románů” (2000).
  6. Aleš Kaňka, “Some Notes on Motifs and Structure in Pale Fire” (MA, 2000).
  7. Radka Schlosserová, “Symbolism of names in Toni Morrison’s novels (in the relationship to the concept of power and control)” (MA, 2001).
  8. Maria Knoflíčková, “Construction and Deconstruction of Racial Identity in Toni Morrison” (MA, 2005).
  9. Hana Slováčková, “The Disappointment of the Western Intellectual in The Twentieth-Century (in Saul Bellow’s novels Mr. Sammler’s Planet and Herzog” (MA, 2005/2010).
  10. Kamila Xenie Vetišková, “The Aesthetics of A Lie of the Mind” (MA, 2005).
  11. Linda Petřiková, “Between Literature and Cinema: Edith Wharton’s and Martin Scorsese’s The Age of Innocence” (MA, 2005).
  12. Dita Salavová, “Post 9-11 Hollywood” (MA, 2005).
  13. Zuzana Pokorná, “Word made Flesh: Re-Creating Identity in Toni Morrison’s Beloved” (MA, 2005).
  14. Dagmar Junková, “An Ambiguous Triumph: Evolving Stereotrypes of Local Color Fiction in Kate Chopin’s The Awakening” (MA, 2005).
  15. Kryštof Chamonikolas, “Fictional Paths to ‘A Larger Truth’ in American New Journalism” (MA, 2006).
  16. Karolína Jelínková, magisterská diplomová práce, “William Faulkner’s Light in August: Constructing Race in the Community” (MA, 2006).
  17. Damian Manire, “‘Living’ Europe: The Alien Impressions of Henry James and Lambert Strether” (MA, 2007).
  18. Zuzana Buriánková, “Adaptation—Mimesis, Transformation, Interpretation” (MA, 2007).
  19. Safwan Naser, “‘The Emersonian Pynchon'” (MA, 2007).
  20. Bibiana Machátová, “Edward W. Said : Postcolonial Studies and the Politics of Literary Theory” (MA, 2007).
  21. Johana Labanczová, “Copy, Imitation, Forgery as an Artistic Principle in the Novel Chattertonby Peter Ackroyd” (BA, 2010).
  22. Veronika Stankovianská, “Literary Semiotics in the Works of Harry Matthews” (BA, 2010).
  23. Ali Daghman “Giving a Voice to the Other: Said’s Theory of Anti-Colonial Discourse” (MA, 2010).
  24. Kristýna Patočková, “The Depiction of the Changing Consciousness of Women in Three Novels of the Turn of the Century” (MA, 2010).
  25. Michal Mecner, „Robert Frost: The Village and Beyond“ (MA, 2010).
  26. Jakub Boguszak, “King Lear on Screen” (BA, 2010).
  27. Martina Šindelářová, “Fictional Political Mirroring in Two Novels by Vladimir Nabokov”  (BA, 2010).
  28. Karolina Vančurová’, “Affinities Between the Poetry of Wallace Stevens and Paul Valéry”  (MA, 2011).
  29. Kateřina Hůlková, “Toni Morrison: Magical Realism Serving to Outline Cultural Experience”  (BA, 2011).
  30. Blanka Maderová, “Self, Speech and Agency: Emerson, Melville and Bartleby—Beyond Pragmatism and Performativity”  (PhD, 2011).
  31. Matěj Moravec, “The Depiction of Ethnicity in the Short Stories of William Saroyan”  (BA, 2012).

Freebie Video Series Attached to Classes Taught:

–Winter semester 1998, 2000, 2005 & 2009; Summer semester 1999 & 2000.

Lacan Reading Group (1):

–Winter semester 2010.

Selected faculty member committee work:

  1. Appointed to/served on the board of examiners for the MA-level examination in US literature, Charles Univ.-Prague: 10/1997, 5/1998, 2/2000, 5/2004, 2/2006, 9/2006, 9/2007, 1/2008, 5/2008, 9/2008, & 5/2009, 9/2009, 2/2010 (no exam held), 5/2010, 9/2010, 2/2013, 2/2015.
  2. Appointed to/served on the board of baccalauréat examiners for the BA-level examination in US literature, Charles Univ.-Prague: 10/1997, 2/2000, 2/2001, 5/2003, 5/2004, 9/2004, 2/2005, 9/2005, 9/2006, 9/2007, 9/2008, 5/2009, 9/2009, 6/2010, 6/2011, 9/2011, 6/2013, 9/2013, 6/2014.
  3. Examined/read BA-level and MA-level theses in US literature, Charles Univ.-Prague: 6/1998, 9/1998, 9/1999, 2/2000, 2/2001, 9/2001, 9/2002, 5/2003, 9/2004, 2/2005, 5/2005, 9/2005, 2/2006, 9/2006, 9/2007, 5/2008, 2/2010, 1/2011, 6/2011, 9/2011, 2/2012, 9/2012, 2/2013, 6/2013, 9/2013, 6/2014, 9/2014.
  4. Appointed to/served on the Board of Examiners for the Doctoral Studies Examination: 2/2010.Viva defense session: 2/2010 for Richard Stock. Pass.Viva defense session: 6/2009 for Dagmar Pegues. Pass.Viva defense session and on the dissertation defense committee: 6/2011 for Christopher Koy, for Blanka Maderová and for Richard Olehla: All pass. Viva defense session and on the dissertation defense committee: 4/2012 for Vit Vaníček. Pass. Viva defense session and on the dissertation defense committee: 6/2014 for Linda Petříková. Pass.
  5. Exam in Literature: 2/2011 for  Linda Petříková & 6/2011 for Tereza Stejskalová. Pass. Exam in Literature: 4/2012 for Vít Vaníček. Pass. Exam in Literature: 9/2012 for Jan Suk. Pass.Exam in Literature: 9/2012 for Jakub Ženíšek. Pass.

Paid sabbatical leave at Charles University:

–Winter Semester, 2006 & Summer semester, 2014.

Interim Head of American Studies

(while doc. Justin Quinn was on leave)

–Summer semester, 2011.

(III) F.A.M.U. (Film and T.V. Faculty Academy of Performing Arts), Prague, Czech Republic, faculty member in Cinema Studies, re-named F.A.M.U. International, 10/03-present. Worldwide students including from Brown University, from Charles University, from Cornell University, from Universität Wien, from Yale University, etc.

Classes Taught:

  1. (1, 2) ‘Film History and Theory I, II’ a year-long seminar in the Cinema Studies program, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2004 and Winter semester 2003. The FAMU Dean, Michal Bregant, taught the other section of the same-titled year-long class.
  2. ‘Circulating within the Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Winter semester 2004.
  3. ‘Circulating within the Postmodern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2005.
  4. ‘Circulating within the Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Winter semester 2005.
  5. ‘Circulating within the Postmodern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2006.
  6. ‘Circulating within the Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Winter semester 2006.
  7. ‘Circulating within the Postmodern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2007.
  8. ‘Circulating within the Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Winter semester 2007.
  9. ‘Circulating within the Post-modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2008.
  10. ‘Circulating within the Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Winter semester 2008.
  11. ‘Circulating within the Post-modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2009.
  12. ‘Circulating within the Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Winter semester 2009.
  13. ‘Circulating within the Post-Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU Interational, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2010.
  14. ‘Circulating within the Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Winter semester 201o.
  15. ‘Circulating within the Post-Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2011.
  16. ‘Circulating within the Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Winter semester 2011.
  17. ‘Circulating within the Post-Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2012.
  18. ‘Circulating within the Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Winter semester 2012.
  19. ‘Circulating within the Post-Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2013.
  20. ‘Circulating within the Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Winter semester 2013.
  21. ‘Circulating within the Post-Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2014.
  22. ‘Circulating within the Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Winter semester 2014.
  23. ‘Circulating within the Post-Modern Cinematic Image’ FAMU International, F.A.M.U.-Prague, Summer semester 2015.

Magdalen College, Oxford and Mansfied College, Oxford, UK, as doctoral candidate tutored twentieth-century literature in English (Mansfield), 1996, and US literature [Magdalen on the invitation of David Norbrook (ed., The Penguin Book of Renaissance Verse: 1509-1659, Penguin) and Mansfield], 1996.
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