Roundtable Discussion: “Metic, Methods, and Modernism”

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Helen C. White Hall, Room 7191
@ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Portrait image of Madelyn Detloff wearing glasses and and blue shirt and grey jacket

2018 Gender Studies and the Humanities Lecture Event:

Madelyn Detloff

English and Global and Intercultural Studies, Miami University


Please join us for a roundtable discussion with Madelyn Detloff about her recently published article “Metic, Methods, and Modernism.” Coffee and light snacks will be provided. All are welcome. Room is accessible. The article can be obtained here. Contact if you have any questions.


Madelyn Detloff is Professor of English and Global and Intercultural Studies at Miami University (OH).  She is the author of The Persistence of Modernism: Loss and Mourning in the 20th Century (2008) and The Value of Virginia Woolf (2016), and co-editor of Queer Bloomsbury (2016).  She has written a number of book chapters and articles on queer theory, crip theory, modernist studies (especially Virginia Woolf and H.D.), and is a fierce advocate of social-justice-oriented teaching and research.


This event is co-sponsored by the Institute for Research in the Humanities, the Gender and Women’s Studies Department, the Modernism/Modernities Colloquium, and the English Department.