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Micki Nyman

Dr. Micki Nyman

Dr. Micki Nyman
Associate Professor

Office:  Williams Hall 206A
Phone:  (910) 672-2426
Fax:      (910) 672-1425
Email:   mnyman@uncfsu.edu


Education

Ph.D. in English, Saint Louis University, May 2006.

M.A. in English, University of Missouri, May 2002.

M.A. in Teaching, Social Sciences, Webster University, 1991.

State of Missouri Secondary Education Certification in English, 1992.

B.A. in English, Santa Clara University, 1978.

Study Abroad Program, Gonzaga University, Florence, Italy, 1976-77.

 

Publications

"Interpretation Makes It Real: Disability and Subjectivity in the Biopics of Three Women Artists." Disability Studies Quarterly. In Press (2013 Fall Release)

Review of The Quay Brothers:  Into a Metaphysical Playroom, by Suzanne Buchan. Minneapolis:  U of Minnesota P, 2011. In Press (2013 Winter Release)

"Sexuality and Subjectivity in Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage." Journal of Midwest Modern Language Association. In Press (2013 Spring Release)

"The Disabled Body in Julie Taymor's Frida."  Disability Studies Quarterly.  20.3/4 (2010) Web. 

Review of Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Cinema, edited by Ian Buchanan and Patricia MacCormack.  London:  Continuum.  Film-Philosophy 14.1 (2010): 387-397.

"Displaced Deviancy in Radclyffe Hall's The Well of Loneliness," Feminist Studies in English Literature 16.2 (2008):  79-101.

"Dorothy M. Richardson's 1948 Letter to Lita Hornick." ANQ 19.1 (2006).  47-58.

"Positioning Orlando as Subject in Lacan's Imaginary." Virginia Woolf Miscellany Spring/Summer 67 (2005): 19-21. 

Review of To the Boathouse, by Mary Ann Caws.  ANQ 18.4 (2005):  56-59.

"Ancient Mexico and Native American Spirituality." Cantos al Sexto Sol:  AnAnthology of Aztlanahuac Writings.  Ed. Cecilio García Camarillo. San Antonio: Wings, 2002.  53-61.

 

Conference Presentations

"The Killing:  Transposing Film Noir to the Small Screen." South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Research Triangle, NC,  November 2012.

"Mirrors of Memory in Olive Schreiner's The Story of an African Farm and Doris Lessing's Children of Violence." South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Research Triangle, NC,  November 2012.

"The New Victorian Jane Eyre."  Midwest Modern Language Association, St. Louis, MO November 2011.

"The Girls of the New Milennium:  Masks that Contest the Status Quo in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl who Played with fire, and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest." South Atlantic Popular Conference, New Orleans, October 2011

"Female Heroes of the Action/Adventure Genre:  Side by Side or Sideways."  The Popular Culture Association in the South and the American Culture Association in the South.  Savannah, Georgia, October 2010.

"Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage:  The Mirror Image.  Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900.  Louisiville, Kentucky, February 2010

"The Philosophy of Difference in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God and Jamaica Kincaid's Annie John." Philosophy of Struggle, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina, October 2009.

"The Neo-Victorian Jane Eyre."  The Popular Culture Association in the South and the American Culture Association in the South.  Willmington, North Carolina, October 2009.

"Teaching Developmental Composition Using a Dual Conception of Discourse." National Association of African American Studies and Affiliates, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, February 2009.

"The Disabled Body in Julie Taymor's Frida." Film and History Conference. Chicago, Illinois, November 2008.

"Gateways of Difference in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God and Jamaica Kincaid's Annie John."  National Association of African American Studies and Affiliates, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, February 2008.

"Frida:  Between the Faces of Realism and Surrealism." Midwest Modern Language Association, Cleveland, Ohio, November 2007.  

Sexuality and Subjectivity in Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage.  Dorothy Richardson International Conference, London, England, September 2007.

"Archiving the Subjective "I" in Nowhere in Africa and Rabbit-Proof Fence." MidwestModern Language Association, Chicago, Illinois, November 2006.

"Dorothy M. Richardson's 1948 Letter to Lita Hornick."  Twentieth-Century Literature Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, February 2006.

"The Accomplished Woman in Pride and Prejudice and Bridget Jones's Diary". Southwest Popular Culture Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, February 2006.

"Deconstructing 'Woman' in Modern Jane Austen Adaptations." Midwest Modern Language Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 2005.

"Mixing it Up in Lacan's Imaginary." 15th Annual Virginia Woolf Conference, Portland, Oregon, June 2005.

"Virginia Woolf's Cinematic Palimpsest: Death of the Subject." Midwest Modern   Language Association, St. Louis, Missouri, November 2004.

"Olive Schreiner and Doris Lessing:  Intersections of Space."  First Annual International Doris Lessing Conference,  New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2004.

"Ancient Mexico and Native American Spirituality." Southwest Popular Culture Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, February 2003.

 

Awards and Honors 

Community Service Award, Department of English and Foreign Languages, Fayetteville State University, May 2009. 

Finalist for the Lucien Fournier Teaching Award, Saint Louis University, 2006.

Finalist for the Walter J. Ong Award, Saint Louis University, 2005. 

Earned Award of Distinction for Ph.D. Qualifying Exams, Saint Louis University, 2004.

Research Assistantship, St Louis University, Dr. Georgia Johnston, 2004/2005. Assisted with book preparation and research concerning Freud, Stein, H.D., Woolf, Sackville-West.

Research Assistantship, Saint Louis University, Dr. Janice McIntire-Strasburg, 2005/2006. Assisted Department Coordinator for 1818 Advanced College Credit Program.

California State Scholarship, Santa Clara University, 1974-78. 

 

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