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SAMLA Convention Program 2007


Friday, November 9, 2007


Pre-Session Events: 8:00 am to 12:00 PM


Convention Registration

Beginning at 10:00 am

Registration Area, 2nd Floor


Executive Committee Meeting

Friday – 8:00 to 11:00 am

Room: Boardroom


Programs Committee Meeting

Friday – 11:00 to 12:00 pm

Room: Boardroom

Note: All SAMLA members are welcome


Book Exhibit

Beginning at 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Room: Georgia Ballroom


Program Block One: 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm


1. When the Basics Aren’t Basic, What Is Advanced Writing?

Advanced Writing

Regular Session

Friday - 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Roswell A

Chair: Melissa Meeks, Wesleyan College

Secretary: Clancy Ratliff, East Carolina University

Roundtable Discussion


2. A House Divided: Managing the Academic Balancing Act

Women’s Caucus Professional Forum

Regular Session

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Roswell B

Chair: Angela Tenga, Florida Institute of Technology

Secretary: Lisa Perdigao, Florida Institute of Technology

1. “All Things to All People”: The Small College Experience – Ellen E. Dolgin, Dominican College of Blauvelt

2. A Postmodernist Collage: Approaching Twentieth-Century Literature and Theory – Lisa Perdigao, Florida Institute of Technology

3. Teacher or Scholar: The Academic Identity Crisis – Angela Tenga, Florida Institute of Technology


3. Southern Music Tradition, Roots & Documentation

Folklore

Regular Session

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Lenox

Chair: Cecelia Conway, Appalachian State University

Secretary: Steve Kruger

1. Memoir of a Beech Mountain Man – Thomas Burton

2. An Anthology of Death: The Writings of Uncle Jake Carpenter – Steve Kruger

3. Rufus Kasey: Black Banjo Songster of the Peaks of Otter (with Video) – Cece Conway, Appalachian State University


4. Social, Political and Economic Issues in Hispanic Literature & Film

Special Session

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Buckhead

Chair: Graciela Tissera, Clemson University

Secretary: Ashley Smith, Clemson University

1. The Latin American Battlefield of Ideas: The Question of Social Progress – Jordan Ragsdale, Clemson University

2. Military Coups in Latin America: Politics through the Lives of Children – Derrison Steer, Clemson University

3. Un límite impredecible: las drogas y la economía latinoamericana en la balanza – Angela Escobar and Ashley Smith, Clemson University

4. Poder y control en Latinoamérica: imágenes y revelaciones – Graciela Tissera, Clemson University


5. A River Runs through Dickey

James Dickey Society

Affiliated Group

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Peachtree A

Chair: Robert W. Hill, Kennesaw State College

Secretary: Jane Hill, University of West Georgia

1. “Let’s Go to the Woods, Boys”: James Dickey’s Deliverance as a Cold War Novel – Ginger Nickles Osborne, University of Cincinnati

2. “Small, Blindly Singing Things”: James Dickey and Andrew Hudgins – Gary Leising, Utica College

3. “Buzzards to Hawks”: The Literary Friendship of James Dickey and Robert Penn Warren – Randy Hendricks, University of West Georgia

4. “Like the Explosion of a Star”: The Ecstatic Moment, James Dickey, and the Tradition – Gordon Van Ness, Longwood University


6. Landscape, Spirit of Place, Nature

MELUS (Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature in the U.S.)

Affiliated Group

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Peachtree B

Chair: Joyce Caldwell Smith, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Secretary: Tanya Long Bennett, North Georgia College and State University

1. Jamaica Kincaid, Horticulture, and Grounded Transnational Identity – Megan Obourn, State University of New York, Brockport

2. Folklore and the Natural World in Linda Hogan’s Fiction – Kenneth R. DeShane, Middle Tennessee State University

3. ‘Now we are one clan’: The Call for Intersubjective Recognition in the Works of Ethnic Storytellers – Gale Mauk, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga


7. Responses to War

Old English I

Regular Session

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Peachtree C

Chair: Emily Redman, Purdue University

Secretary: Karmen Lenz, Macon State University

1. When the Battle’s Lost and Won: Grief and the Interior Life of Men in Beowulf 11.2425-2471 – Edward J. Christie, Georgia State University

2. The Queen in the Battle-Play: A Language Comparison of the Age of Æthelflæd – Rob Howell, University of Missouri

3. The Borders of the Body in Beowulf – Karma de Gruy, Emory University


10. Spanish Peninsular Literature II: 1700 to Present

Spanish II-A (Peninsular: 1700 to Present)

Regular Session

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Atlanta C

Chair: Julia Riordan-Goncalves, Monmouth University

Secretary: Amy Bell, Texas Wesleyan University

1. Death, God, and the Pagan Scourge: Imaginative symbolism in Fernán Caballero’s La Gaviota – Nicolás Fernández-Medina, Pennsylvania State University

2. Una meditación (1969). Juan Benet’s Discourse of Opposition? A Revisited Debate – Francisco Javier Sánchez, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

3. La novela juvenil española de la década de los noventa: ‘para adolescentes?, con adolescentes?, sobre adolescentes?’ – Abel Muñoz-Hermoso, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


11. The Narrative of Passing: New Figurations and Configurations

Special Session

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Atlanta D

Chairs: Mae G. Henderson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Michele F. Levy, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

1. Passing Out of Bounds: A Filipino American Revision of the Passing Narrative – Amanda M. Page, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

2. “For We Are Neither One Thing Nor The Other”: Passing for Croat in Vedrana Rudan’s Night – Michele F. Levy, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

3. Pasé pou Blan, Pasé pou Nwè/Passing for White, Passing for Black: The Creole Woman and the Narrative of Racial Passing in Martinique – Michael J. Rulon, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

4.“Strangely Familiar”: The ‘White Africanist’ Presence in the American Literary Imaginary – Mae G. Henderson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Discussant: Chimalum Nwankwo, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University


12. Literature and the Life of Faith

Southeast Conference on Christianity and Literature

Affiliated Group

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Marietta

Chair: Raymond Legg, Bryan College

Secretary: Whit Jones, Bryan University

1. Teaching versus Believing: Questioning Literary Interpretation within Christian

Construct – Joan Ashford, Georgia State University

2. The Contemporary Spiritual Autobiography: Anne Lamott, Lauren Winner,

and Anne Rice – Rich Gray, Montreat College

3. Maupassant, Mauriac, and Christian Belief in Literature – Robert Stanley, University

of Tennessee at Chattanooga


13. Travels in the American South: Categories and Canons

Affiliated Group

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Boardroom

Sponsoring Organization: The International Society for Travel Writing

Chair: Jeffrey Melton, Auburn University

Discussion Leaders: Jeffrey Melton, Auburn University

Russ Pottle, Saint Joseph Seminary College

Valerie Smith, Quinnipiac University


14. Graduate Students’ Poets’ Circle

Regular Session

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Suite 3

Chair: Travis Denton, Georgia Institute of Technology


16. Women Writers of Spain and Latin America

Early Modern Women of Spain

Regular Session

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Suite 3

Chair: María José Delgado, Capital University

Secretary: María José Delgado, Capital University

1. Carlota O'Neill: testigo y víctima de la guerra civil española – Alicia Ramos Mesonero, Saint Louis University-Madrid Campus Madrid, España

2. Ana Caro y sus relaciones de fiestas: poeta cronista del Siglo de Oro – María José Delgado, Capital University


17. Strategies for Teaching First-Year Writing I: Process Strategies

Special Session

Friday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Room: Norcross

Chair: Cara Minardi, Georgia State University

1. Grammar for the Right Brain – Geoffrey W. Layton, Northeastern Illinois University

2. Tearing Their Papers to Pieces: The Cut, Paste, and Color Workshop – Vickie Willis, Georgia State University

3. Technologies of Revision: Using Electronic Formats to Teach Writing Process – Carra Leah Hood, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

4. A Real Re-Vision in Teaching First-Year Composition – Steve Beatty, Arizona State University


Program Block Two: 1:45 pm to 3:15 pm


18. Mark Twain, War, and Peace

Mark Twain Circle

Affiliated Group

Friday – 1:45 to 3:15 pm

Room: Roswell A

Chair: Charles Martin, University of Central Missouri

Secretary: Jules Hojnowski, Independent Scholar

1. Echoes of Tension within a Post-Bellum Peace in Mark Twain’s “You’ve Been a Dam fool, Mary” – Matthew D. Klauza, Auburn University

2. Mark Twain: Hopeless Material for War – Susan Eastman, University of Tennessee-Knoxville

3. Unseemly Impostures of Every Kind: Mark Twain on Authenticity and the Hyperreal in Innocents Abroad – Robert Rudnicki, Louisiana Tech University

4. The Boss’s Class Warfare: Hank Morgan’s Insufficient Democratization of King Arthur’s Court – Rodney Herring, University of Texas


19. Past Pleasures: Nostalgia and Children’s Literature

Children’s Literature Discussion Circle

Regular Session

Friday – 1:45 to 3:15 pm

Room: Roswell B

Chair: Julie A. Sinn, University of Florida at Gainesville

Secretary: Jennifer Miskec, Christopher Newport University

Executive Committee: Michelle Ann Abate, Hollins University

Philip Nel, Kansas State University

Rhonda L. Brock-Servais, Longwood University

Pamela A. Rooks, Frances Marion University

1. A Whiff of Childhood: Opening the Door in the Wall – Chris Cornish, York University

2. Memory’s Child: The Introductory and Concluding Poems of Alice – Leah Mittelmeier, Middle Tennessee State University

3. Bridging the Nostalgia Gap: Black Women Poets Writing for Children – Kirsten Bartholomew Ortega, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs


20. Comparative Literature I

Regular Session

Friday – 1:45 – 3:15 pm

Room: Lenox

Chair: Giovanna Summerfield, Auburn University

Secretary: R. Victoria Arana, Howard University, Washington D.C.

1. Lezama Lima’s Cuban Aesthetics: Stasis and Image in Paradiso – Jose Luis Venegas, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

2. Truth-Telling in Foucault’s “Le gouvernement de soi et des autres” – Paul Allen Miller, University of South Carolina

3. Teaching the Indian Epics in World Literature Courses – Gautam Kundu, Georgia Southern University

4. Dueling Don Juans: Does Paternity Matter? – Shannon M. Polchow, University of South Carolina Upstate


21. My Secret Weapon: Creative Solutions to Common Teaching Hurdles

American Association of Teachers of German (AATG)

Affiliated Group

Friday - 1:45 to 3:15 pm

Room: Buckhead

Chair: Alyssa Lonner, Wake Forest University

Secretary: Harry L. Roddy, Jr., University of South Alabama

1. Indispensable Concepts and Verbs in Teaching the Brothers Grimm’s Die Kinder- und Hausmärchen – Hal Rennert, University of Florida

2. Unsere Rockgruppe geht auf Tournee!: Introducing Longer Narrative Writing to Second-Year Students - Harry L. Roddy, Jr., University of South Alabama

3. Literature without Anguish: Classroom Strategies for First Exposure to Authentic Texts –

Alyssa Lonner, Wake Forest University


22. Celebrating the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts at Austin Peay State University

Special Session - A Part of the 2007 SAMLA Convention Special Focus on Creative Writing


Friday – 1:45 to 3:15 pm

Room: Peachtree A

Chair: Blas Falconer, Austin Peay State University

Secretary: Barry Kitterman, Austin Peay State University

Selected readings from invited guests.


23. The Ends of Love in Elizabethan Poetry and Prose

Special Session

Friday – 1:45 to 3:15 pm

Room: Peachtree B

Chair: Joel Davis, Stetson University

1. ‘Ther is no happe so harde’: Mentoring the Heroine in Robert Greene’s Gwyndonius – Catherine R. Eskin, Florida Southern College

2. The Right True End of Love: Spenser’s Two (Counter?) Petrarchisms – Timothy Duffy, University of Virginia

3. “The trial of true courtesy”: Violence and Court in Faerie Queene 6.1 – Carl Martin, Framingham State College


24. Ambiguities of Language in Old English Poetry

Old English II

Regular Session

Friday – 1:45 to 3:15 pm

Room: Peachtree C

Chair: Scott Gwara, University of South Carolina

Co-Chair: Jacqueline Whipple Walker, University of Florida

Secretary: Open

1. Old English un- and the Ambiguity of a Courageous Death – Stacy Warnick, University of South Carolina

2. A New Solution to Old English Riddle 4 of The Exeter Book – Shannon Ferri, University of South Carolina

3. Of Crafty Deceit: Etymology, Philology, and The Battle of Maldon 86 – Melanie Griffin, University of South Carolina

4. Old English Terms for Warriors in The Battle of Maldon: A Narrator’s Subjectivity – Katherine B. Madison, University of South Carolina


25. Innovative Approaches to Engaged Learning: A Round Table Discussion on Student Success and Experiential Learning

Special Session

Friday – 1:45 to 3:15 pm

Room: Atlanta A

Chair: C. Renee Love, Lander University

1. Using Multi-Media Social Networking Technology to Inspire Student Success – Teddi Fishman, Clemson University

2. Socrates Would be Proud: Service-Learning Success Stories – Chantelle MacPhee, University of Puerto Rico-Cayey University College

3. Study Abroad and the Trans-National Ideal: Four Models of Foreign Study Experience – John Moore, Lander University

4. Business Achievement Programs, Career Perspectives, and Engaged Learning – Amber Morgan, Lander University

5. Engaging Students in Creative Problem Solving: Graduate Enterprise and Creative Inquiry – Sean Williams, Graduate School, USDA

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