I created this site as a portal to my CV, Publications, Teaching Portfolio, and teaching materials. There are also pages that tell you about various Service projects and some Creative & Translation work I have done.
This site is also the home of Scholia Absurda, a blog in which I publish short reflections on literary topics, as well as notes, translations, and longer introductions to uncommon texts.
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Recording (w/ Screen Captions) Closed Captioning by Larry Eames. Archival Info The performance was preceded by an Introduction by Emma (included in the video above) and followed by a 45-min discussion with some members of the cast and select audience members (not included). Blurb A young person returns to their hometown for the first time […]
The complex position occupied by King Umberto I di Savoia in Italian history is punctuated by attempts on his life, only the third of which was successful. Gaetano Bresci was the last of the three “anarchists” who set out to kill a man whose repressive policies had long impinged on the working classes, and whose […]
John Brough’s Poems from the Sanskrit (1968) is one of those old Penguin Classics worth picking up in a second hand shop. I bought the book when I was an undergrad and enjoyed it immensely–and I had little idea that I would one day be reading Sanskrit in the original. Since then it has been […]
Scholia Absurda represents the culmination of my misdirected academic attention(s). The blog will take many forms, among which the following well-established and often praised genres: Erratic & Erotic Marginalia Out-of-Touch Annotations Limerick-Haiku Fusions Forensic Invective Impersonal Essay Polemic Tweetstorms Epistolary Romance etc The full range of human experience is not wide enough to encompass the […]