Karen English. "American World War One Poetry." Richmond Museum of History. Lecture.
Richmond, CA. (April 2017).
Karen English. "CA Remembers: The US Enters the Great War." Marine Memorial Commemoration.
Poetry Reading. San Francisco, CA (April 2017).
Karen English. "American World War One Poetry: Beyond the Cult of the Soldier Poet."
Bay Area World War War One Historical Association. Lecture. San Jose, CA. (August
Karen English. Rev. of Margaret Fuller and her Circles (Durham, NH: U of New Hampshire P, 2013) Brigitte Bailley, Katheryn P. Viens, and
Conrad Edick Wright, eds. Nineteenth Century Prose 42.2 (2015): 401-4. (Fall 2015).
Jacquelyn Genovese, Elisabeth McKenna, Felicia Kelley, and Karen English. "Imagine
What It's Like: Using Literature to Foster Empathy for Veterans in Those Who Care
for Them." American Society of Bioethicists. Panel. San Diego, CA: American Society
of Bioethicists (October 2014).
Karen English. "Emerson, Italy, and Aesthetics of the Street" Emerson, Poe, and Hawthorne
Societies. Paper. Florence, Italy: Emerson, Poe, and Hawthorne Societies (June 2012).
Karen English. "A Conversation on Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women by Harriet Reisen." Martin Luther King, Jr. Library. Blog. San Jose, CA: Martin Luther
King, Jr. Library (September 2011).
Karen English. "Women, War, and Nursing: L.M. Alcott's Hospital Sketches (1863)." Martin Luther King, Jr. Library. Panel. San Jose, CA: Martin Luther King,
Jr. Library (October 2011).
Karen English. "Nathaniel Hawthorne as Bronson Alcott's 'Coy Maiden.'" Hawthorneinsalem.org. Paper. (5 Aug. 201).
Karen English. "Nathaniel Hawthorne as Bronson Alcott's 'Coy Maiden.'" Nathaniel Hawthorne
Society. Paper. Concord, MA: Nathaniel Hawthorne Society (June 2010).
Karen English. "Emerson's Proxy: Mark Salzman and True Notebooks." American Literature Association. Paper. San Francisco, CA: American Literature Association,
A. Bronson Alcott, edited by Karen English. Notes of Conversations, 1848-1875. Book. Cranbury, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2007 (June 2007).
Eds. Peter Kopecky, et al. "Acknowledgement and Wreaths: Teaching Early American Women
Writers."Considering American from Inside and Out: A San Jose/Ostrava Dialogue Sharing Perspectives. Article. Ostrava, Czech Republic: Ostrava UP, 2006. 23-38.
Karen English. "The Infinite Present: An Emersonian Reading of Ross McElwee's Time Indefinite." Paper. Columbia, SC:Comparative Literature Association (February 2005).
Karen English. "Talking and Self-Culture: Bronson Alcott and the Phenomenon of Parlor
Conversations." Paper. Sacramento, CA: California American Studies Association (April
Karen English. "Genuine Transcripts of Private Experience: Margaret Fuller and Translation"
Article. ATQ 15.2 (2001): 131-147.
Karen English. "Genuine Transcripts of Private Experience: Margaret Fuller's Translations
of Eckermann's 'Conversations with Goethe' and 'The Correspondence of Fraulein Gunderode
with Bettine von Arnim.'" Paper. Portland, OR: PAMLA (November 1999).
Karen English. "Transformed by Frontier Cultures: Martha Summerhayes's 'Vanished Arizona'"
Paper. Albuquerque, NM: Western Literature Association (October 1997).
Karen English. "American Autobiography: Creating a Senior Seminar in the Humanities"
Paper. Irvine, CA: PAMLA (November 1996).
Karen English. "He said; she said: Two Accounts of a Conversation Between Margaret
Fuller and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1842" Paper. PAMLA, Santa Barbara, CA: (November 1995).
Karen English. "An Audience of Friends: Margaret Fuller's Summer on the Lakes, in 1843." Paper. San Francisco, CA: PAMLA (November 1994).