Tuesday, May 11, 2010

ALA Panels!

Session 18-H  Poe and Reputation Saturday 5/29 12:30-1:50 (Pacific G)   Organized by the Poe Studies Association   Chair: John Gruesser, Kean University  
1. "Death by Criticism, Life by Poison: How Poe Built his Reputation on Keats," Sara Crosby, Ohio State University at Marion
2. "The Jingle-Man: Poe, Emerson, Howells, and Reputation," Stephen Rachman, Michigan State University                                                                                                                                        
3. "Poe and the Charleston Renaissance," Scott Peeples, College of Charleston                         
4. "Premature Burials: Poe’s Cryptic Shifts in Reputation," Robert Tally, Texas State University   Session 19-M  Business Meeting: Poe Studies Association Saturday 5/29 2:00-3:20 (Pacific C)                                                                  

Session 21-A  Teaching Poe in the Digital Age Saturday 5/29 5:00-6:20 (Pacific F)   Organized by the Poe Studies Association   Chair: John Guesser, Kean University  
1.“D’oh!: Using The Simpsons to Enhance Student Engagement and Understanding of Poe’s Technological Satires,”  Shana Kraynak, Indiana University of Pennsylvania                                   
2. “Teaching Poe's Anti-Technocratic Perspective,” Nathaniel Williams, University of Kansas         
3. “So You Think You Know Poe: Using Technology to Reexperience Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Terror,” Jamil Mustafa, Lewis University                                                                                           
4.“The ‘Effect’ of Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Raven’ Using Vincent Price and The Simpsons in a Hybrid Course,” Gabriela Serrano, Angelo State University in San Angelo, TX.   

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