Kristina Quynn presented a paper at the Literature and Culture Since 1900 Conference at the University of Louisville. Her paper on “(n) E(r)otics in Ali Smith’s Fiction” is part of a larger project on gender, self-representation, and reading pleasures in “experimental” contemporary writing.
Tobi Jacobi presented a paper on prison writing at the 4th Annual “Experiencing Prison” Global Conference in Prague, Czech Republic on May 14th, 2013.
Tobi Jacobi presented a paper on feminist prison work, contributed to a pre-conference workshop on prison teaching, and co-led the prison teaching/research special interest group at the recent Conference on College Composition and Communication in Las Vegas, NV (and she only lost $5).
Tobi Jacobi presented two papers at the recent CCCC meeting: “Feminist Literacy Work within Spaces of Confinement” and “From the Pacific to the Atlantic and Everywhere In-Between: The Challenge of Publishing Prison Writing.”