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MemberJason Gulya

I am currently a Full-Time Lecturer in the Rutgers University Writing Program, where I teach literature and composition. My interests and dynamic and diverse. They include Restoration and 18th-Century British Literature, Allegory, Pedagogy, Representations of Writing in Literature, Children’s Literature, Renaissance Literature, Religion and Literature, Genre Studies, the Graphic Novel, Modern Adaptations of 17th- and 18th-Century Literature, Rhetoric and Composition.

TopicCFPs – 17th Century French Forum – MLA Seattle 2020

(GUARANTEED SESSIONS) Theory’s Seventeenth Century Reassessing seventeenth-century French texts’ and contexts’ role in twentieth-century theory. How can current dix-septiémiste work shed new light on the theory canon? 300-word abstracts to Ellen Welch (erwelch@email.unc.edu) by 15 March 2019. The Discourses of Luxury in 17th-century France Intersection of politics, myth-making, and aesthetics in development of luxury; its […]

TopicCFPs – 17th Century French Forum – MLA Seattle 2020

(GUARANTEED SESSIONS) Theory’s Seventeenth Century Reassessing seventeenth-century French texts’ and contexts’ role in twentieth-century theory. How can current dix-septiémiste work shed new light on the theory canon? 300-word abstracts to Ellen Welch (erwelch@email.unc.edu) by 15 March 2019. The Discourses of Luxury in 17th-century France Intersection of politics, myth-making, and aesthetics in development of luxury; its […]