2015 in Review

What I’ve done in 2015. This is what a teaching scholar looks like. I accomplished what follows during 2015 while teaching a 4-4-3 load with a one semester sabbatical in the Fall, for which I am grateful to my current … Continue reading 2015 in Review

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Creation Anxiety in the Early Twentieth Century

Matt Novak’s “A Robot Has Shot Its Master: the 1930s hysteria about machines taking jobs and killing people” is an engaging Slate article from 2011 that attempts to explain the fears of robots, robotics, and mechanization in depression-era Europe and the … Continue reading Creation Anxiety in the Early Twentieth Century

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CFP (Anthology): Rock and Romanticism

CFP: Rock and Romanticism NOTES:  I have set up a blog dedicated to the Rock and Romanticism anthology: https://rockandromanticism.wordpress.com/. When this page is no longer pinned to the top of this blog, all future updates on the anthology will have been migrated to … Continue reading CFP (Anthology): Rock and Romanticism

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Romanticism and Rock

Updated June 7th with additional links, a bibliography, and an expanded contributor list.  If you’re interested in the topic of this post, please consider submitting a proposal to the edited anthology Rock and Romanticism. I’m thinking about developing a course about … Continue reading Romanticism and Rock

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