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Ed Dauterich

Assistant Professor
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

 FORTHCOMING ACCEPTED PUBLICATIONS

  • “Johnny Got His Gun and Working Class Students: Using Rhetorical Analysis to Intellectualise Pacifism.”
  • Forthcoming in Peace Research: The Canadian Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies (2011). (Peer reviewed.)
  • “Beyond Regionalism: Marxist Influence in Dawn Powell‟s The Story of a Country Boy.” Forthcoming in Midwestern Miscellany (Spring 2011). (Peer reviewed.)
  • Review of Black Frankenstein: The Making of an American Metaphor by Elizabeth Young. Forthcoming in African American Review (Fall 2011)
  • Review of Portraits of the New Negro Woman by Cherene Sherrard-Johnson. Forthcoming in African American Review (Spring 2011).

ARTICLES (PEER REVIEWED) 

  • “Time, Communication, and Prophecy: Prodigious Unity in Almanac of the Dead.” CLA Journal 50.3 (March 2007): 348-363.
  • “Hybrid Expression: Orality and Literacy in Jazz and Beloved.” Midwest Quarterly 47.1 (2005): 26-39.

OTHER ARTICLES

  • “The Life of Doremus Jessup: Sinclair Lewis‟s It Can’t Happen Here and the Influence of Slave Narratives.” Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter 15.2 (Spring 2007): 1, 14-17.

BOOK REVIEWS

  • “Passions, Sentiments, and Sympathies: A Review of Inventing Human Rights: A History by Lynn Hunt.” American Book Review 29.3 (March/April 2008): 22-3.
  • Review of Utopian Generations: The Political Horizon of Twentieth-Century Literature by Nicholas Brown. African American Review 41.4 (Fall/Winter 2008): 805-807.

WORK IN PROGRESS
I am circulating the following articles to peer reviewed journals:

  • “Linguistic Violence: The Emersonian Dispossession of Language in Ralph Ellison‟s Invisible Man.” (Recently submitted to Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States)
  • “On Simulated Orality in Morrison‟s Beloved: A Response to Hannes Bergthaller” (To be considered in Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • “Grand Republic: Sundown Town.” Delivered at The 41st Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature. Michigan State University, 13 May 2011.
  • “Urban Trickster: Cultural Hybridity in the Works of Gerald Vizenor.” Delivered at The 39th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature. Michigan State University, 8 May 2009.
  • “Beyond Regionalism: Marxist Influence in Dawn Powell‟s The Story of a Country Boy.” Delivered at the 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature. Michigan State University, 8 May 2008.
  • “Students Aren‟t Parrots: Rethinking Purpose and Method in „Content-Based‟ Literature Classes.” Delivered at The Purpose(s) of English: A Conference on the Future of English Studies, University of Illinois at Springfield, 19 October 2007.
  • “African-American Writers and Naturalism: A Round-Table Discussion.” Moderated and served as a panelist at The American Literature Association Symposium on Naturalism, Newport Beach, California, 6 October 2007.
  • “Time, Communication, and Prophecy: Prodigious Unity in Almanac of the Dead.” Delivered at MELUS Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee, 2 March 2001.
  • “Emerson, Ellison, and Language.” Delivered at Kent State University Graduate Student Colloquium, Kent State University, 2000.
  • “Linguistic Violence: The Dispossession of Language in Invisible Man.” Delivered at MELUS Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, 10 March 2000.
  • “The Problem of Mediation: Ideology/Utopia Dialectic in Native Son.” Delivered at The American Literature Association Conference, Los Angeles, California, 14 May 2000.
  • “Jazz, Absalom, Absalom!, and the Parent-Child Relationship: Morrison‟s Deconstruction of Faulkner‟s Patriarchal Text.” Delivered at 6th Association of Graduate English Students Conference, Kent State University, 1999.
Affiliations

Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States (MELUS) 1999-present.

Modern Language Association (MLA) 2002-present.

Richard Wright Circle 2003-present.

Sinclair Lewis Society 2004-present.

College Language Association (CLA) 2005-present.

National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) 2005-present.

Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature (SSMLA) 2007-present.

Ed Dauterich
OFFICE
Department of English
CONTACT INFO
Phone: 330-672-1716
edauteri@kent.edu
COURSES TEACHING
Spring 2014
  • HONR 10297 - 012 Freshman Honors Colloquium Ii
  • ENG 21011 - 068 College Writing Ii
  • ENG 24001 - 002 Introduction To Literary Study
Summer 2014
  • ENG 21011 - 024 College Writing Ii
Fall 2014
  • HONR 10197 - 001 Freshman Honors Colloquium I
  • ENG 21011 - 017 College Writing Ii
  • ENG 24001 - 002 Introduction To Literary Study
  • ENG 25001 - 002 Literature In English I