Publications & Presentations

English, Karen A

Publications & Presentations

  • Karen English.  American Poetry and the Great War.  World War I and Culture, Burdock Military History Project Symposium.  Lecture.  San Jose, CA (April 2018).
  • Karen English. "'a broken world': World War One Poetry by American Women. Women's History Month, CA State Parks.  Lecture.  Asilomar, CA (March 2018).
  • 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 2016).
  • 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 (May 2010).
  • Karen English. "Bronson Alcott." Literary Encyclopedia. Article. http://www.litencyc.com: Literary Encyclopedia (February 2009).
  • 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 2003).
  • 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).