Suzanne W. Churchill
is Professor of English at Davidson College, where she teaches modern British and American poetry, modernism, and image-texts. She is the author of The Little Magazine Others & the Renovation of Modern American Poetry and co-editor, with Adam McKible, of Little Magazines & Modernism: New Approaches. She has published on modernism and the Harlem Renaissance, and on periodicals, poetry, and pedagogy in various journals and collections. Several of her recent projects are the result of collaborations with her students, including the website she designed and edits, Index of Modernist Magazines.
is an undergraduate at Davidson College (class of 2018) majoring in English.
is Professor of English at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. She is editor of the Cambridge History of 20th Century American Women’s Poetry, and author of 2 forthcoming monographs, Mina Loy, Photography, and Contemporary Women Poets and Feminist Modernism, Poetics, and the New Economy: Mina Loy, Lola Ridge, and Marianne Moore (both from Routledge). She has published on modernist and contemporary poetry, including Poetics of the Feminine: Literary Tradition and Authority in William Carlos Williams, Mina Loy, Denise Levertov, and Kathleen Fraser (Cambridge UP 1994) and Lyric Interventions: Feminist Experimental Poetry and Contemporary Social Discourse (Iowa UP 2004). Her essays appear in journals that include Contemporary Women Writers, Contemporary Literature, Sagetrieb, and Poetry Review (UK), and in collections from Cambridge UP, Iowa UP, Blackwell, Edinborough UP, Wesleyan Up, and Oxford UP.
is an undergraduate at Davidson College (class of 2017) majoring in English. He is a co-founder of the Undergraduate Network for Research in the Humanities.
is Associate Professor of English at the University of Georgia, where she teaches Twentieth-Century American Literature and co-directs the Interdisciplinary Modernism(s) Research Cluster. She is the author of Professing Sincerity: Modern Lyric Poetry, Commercial Culture, and the Crisis in Reading (2007) and she is currently finishing a book titled Imaginary Museums: Surrealism, American Poetry, and the Visual Arts, 1920-1970. Portions of the book have been published or are forthcoming in Genre, New York School Collaborations, and a special issue of Dada/Surrealism on exhibitions and display.
Roger Conover, executor of Mina Loy estate.
Kristen Eshleman, Director of Instructional Technology, Davidson College
This Project Is Supported by
- Davidson College
- The Boswell Family Faculty Fellowship
- Weinstein Summer Research Fellowship
- The University of Georgia
- The Interdisciplinary Modernism(s) Research Cluster
- The Willson Center Lab for Digital Humanities
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