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T. ADAM HALSTROM

http://adamhalstrom.com
adam.halstrom@utah.edu

Department of English
University of Utah
255 S Central Campus Dr., Rm 3500
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
(801) 581-6168

Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence
University of Utah
295 S 1500 E, Rm 1705
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
(801) 581-7597

EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH

PhD, British & American Literature, 2018 expected
MA, British & American Literature, 2013
BA, English, 2011

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

Prospectus approved April 2017
Advisors: Richard Preiss (Chair), Barry Weller, Andrew Franta, Matthew Potolsky, John Francis

AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND ASSISTANTSHIPS

Cosgriff-Dahl Fellowship, 2017 – 2018
Graduate Research Assistant with Professor Matthew Potolsky, 2016 – 2017
University Teaching Assistant, 2014 – 2015 (accepted) and 2016 – 2017 (declined)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY

PRESENTATIONS

“Echoing Texts: Aesthetics of Time and Space in Joyce and Milton,”
International James Joyce Symposium, London, UK, June 12, 2016

OTHER

University of Utah

University Teaching Committee
Member, 2017 - 2018
University Promotion and Tenure Advisory Committee (“UPTAC”)
Member, 2017 - 2018
Digital Humanities Graduate Collaboratory
Member, 2016 – 2017
English Graduate Student Advisory Committee
Chair, 2016 – 2017
Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence
Instructional Consultant, 2014 – present
Academic Senate Advisory Committee on Student Course Feedback
Ex Officio Member, 2013 – present
Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence, Student Course Feedback
Program Manager, 2012 – present

TEACHING

COURSES TAUGHT

University of Utah

Studies in Fiction: Controlling Desire: The “Fiction” of Huxley and Orwell
English 5010, Online (Summer 2016), Hybrid (Summer 2015)

Intermediate Writing: Academic Writing and Research
Writing 2010, Online (Spring 2013), Face-to-face (Fall 2012)

QUALIFYING EXAMINATIONS AND COURSEWORK

EXAMINATION FIELDS

English Renaissance and Early Modern Literature
Including works by Petrarch, Erasmus, More, Wyatt, Surrey, Elizabeth I, Montaigne, Spenser, Sidney, Kyd, Bacon, Marlowe, Shakespeare, Nashe, Jonson, Donne, Webster, Beaumont, Cary, Herrick, Herbert, Milton, and Marvell.

Long Eighteenth Century Literature
Including works by Dryden, Defoe, Swift, Pope, Johnson, Sterne, Gray, Collins, Goldsmith, Cowper, Smith, Chatterton, Godwin, Blake, Radcliffe, Wordsworth, Scott, Coleridge, Austen, Byron, P.B. Shelley, Keats, and M. Shelley.

Theories of the Production, Circulation, and Reception of Texts
Including works by Plato, Freud, Benjamin, Bakhtin, Greg, Wimsatt and Beardsley, Gadamer, Barthes, Foucault, Derrida, Iser, Tanselle, Timpanaro, Jauss, Anderson, McGann, Genette, Kittler, Greetham, Shillingsburg, Bennett, De Grazia and Stallybrass, Chartier, Grigely, Golter and Gursin, McKenzie, Darnton, Warner, Hay, Neefs, and Lebrave.

RELATED GRADUATE COURSEWORK

Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Literature
The Critic and the Criminal: Christopher Marlowe and Ben Jonson, R. Preiss
Studies in the British Renaissance: Making Shakespeare, R. Preiss
Independent Study: John Milton, B. Weller
Studies in Medieval Literature: Old English Language and Literature, B. Weller
Lyric and Narrative: Some Medieval Experiments, T. Stillinger

Long Eighteenth Century Literature
Self-Reflexivity in Romantic Poetry, A. Franta
Sentiment and Sociability from Johnson to Austen, A. Franta
Reading Experiments: Experimental Fiction from Cervantes to Calvino, S. Black

REFERENCES

References available on request

Revised August 2017