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RA6a: Additional observations, Evidence of esteem

Goody
Invited paper; 'Gender, Authority and the Speaking Subject Or; who is Mina Loy?' Mina Loy Symposium, Insitute of English Studies, Senate House, London (March, 2000) (forthcoming in HOWever).
Founder member of Modern and Contemporary Poetry Research Colloquium, Oxford Brookes University; papers given April, 1999 (''No notion of what pure English is": the reinvention of language in Mina Loy's verse'), and April, 2001 ('The Subject of Hypertext Poetry').
Multiple contributions to The Cambridge Guide to Women's Writing in English, ed. Lorna Sage, CUP 1999 (i.e. Mina Loy's Lunar Baedecker, Gertrude Stein's Tender Buttons, Djuna Barnes' Ryder, H.D.'s Her, Jessie Redmon Fauset's The Chinaberry Tree, Zora Neale Hurston's Mules and Men, Nella Larson's Quicksand, Sharon Olds, Lavinia Greenlaw, Erica Jong, Alicia Ostriker).
Review of Mina Loy's Lost Lunar Baedeker, PNReview 120, 1998.
Hall
External Examiner, University of Leeds, Barnsley College, Combined Studies BA (hons)
Invited to contribute Journalism Section for the Annotated Bibliography for English Studies.
Invited paper ‘Saul Bellow and the Problem of Race’, the British Association of American Studies annual conference 1999;
Invited contribution: Routledge Encyclopaedia of Contemporary British Culture, eds Peter Childs & Mike Storry (NY/London, Routledge, 1999).
Website
www.ordinalia.com refereed by ORB Medieval Studies, whose reviews unanimously reported favourably. Gloria Betcher, Ohio, leading scholar in Ordinalia studies, also endorsed the site.
Whittaker
Invited paper ' Blake and the Ancient Britons' in the recent international Blake conference, Blake, Nation and Empire, at Tate Britain ( 8-9 December 2000)
Invited to co-organise Blake conference, Blake and the Popular, at St. Mary's College (Strawberry Hill) London 2001
Reviews: Christopher Heppner, Reading Blake's Designs; David Bindman (general editor) The Tate Illuminated Blake; Stanley Gardner, The Tyger, The Lamb and the Terrible Desart; David Worrall and Steve Clarke (eds.), Blake in the Nineties for the British Association of Romanticism Studies Bulletin - issues 12, 17, 18, 1997-2000
Writes about Internet related issues and technologies, eg. in The New Humanist, 115/4, 2000, 'The Information Society' in PC Advisor, 32, 1998, and on the Routledge web site to accompany his book Producing for the Web at www.producing.routledge.com.

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