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Stetz honors poet and critic Alice MeynellStetz honors poet and critic Alice Meynell12/2/2022 5:00:00 AM<p>​On Nov. 26, 2022, <strong>Margaret Stetz</strong>, Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women's Studies and professor of humanities, was an invited (virtual) presenter at an event organized by faculty at King's College, London, and Loughborough University, U.K., to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of the British poet and critic Alice Meynell (1847-1922). Her contribution was a poem titled "Oxford Street," paying tribute to the influence of "A Woman in Grey," Meynell's 1897 essay about women traversing London, on the work of Virginia Woolf, especially in her novel <em>Mrs Dalloway</em> (1925).</p>Uncropped VerticalGP0|#d586cffd-ad4b-45b9-8581-f6a2bbf70d87;L0|#0d586cffd-ad4b-45b9-8581-f6a2bbf70d87|Presentations;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2022.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=256
Stetz authors essayStetz authors essay12/2/2022 5:00:00 AM<p>​<strong>Margaret Stetz</strong>, Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women's Studies and professor of humanities, is the author of an essay titled “Miss-Taken Identities:  The Comedy of Misrecognition in New Woman Short Stories.” It has just been published in a special issue on "The New Woman and Humour" in <em>Cahiers Victoriens et Édouardiens, </em>a bilingual scholarly journal sponsored by the University Paul-Valéry Montpellier, France (Issue # 96, Autumn 2022: <a href="https://journals.openedition.org/cve/11623">open access​</a>). The essay examines how British feminist writers of the 1880s and 1890s -- including Sarah Grand, Mabel E. Wotton, Beatrice Harraden, Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler and Evelyn Sharp -- used comedy in the service of social and political reform.​</p>Uncropped VerticalGP0|#e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b;L0|#0e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b|Publications;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2022.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=259
Stetz speaks at 'Citizens of Global Decadence'Stetz speaks at 'Citizens of Global Decadence'11/25/2022 5:00:00 AM<p>​<strong>Margaret Stetz</strong>, Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women's Studies and professor of humanities, was an invited speaker and also a workshop participant at the virtual symposium titled "Citizens of Global Decadence," which was held online on Nov. 12-13, 2022. This international event was organized jointly by faculty at Oxford University, Michigan State University and Florida State University with the purpose of examining how the research on and teaching of the Decadent Movement of the late-19th century and beyond has been and should continue to be "revised and expanded by recent work on global decadence, transnational decadence, decadent writers of color and the turning of decadence to anticolonial ends."​<br></p>Uncropped VerticalGP0|#d586cffd-ad4b-45b9-8581-f6a2bbf70d87;L0|#0d586cffd-ad4b-45b9-8581-f6a2bbf70d87|Presentations;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2022.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=254
Stetz authors new bookStetz authors new book11/25/2022 5:00:00 AM<p><strong>Margaret Stetz</strong>, Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women’s Studies and professor of humanities, is the author of a new book, <em>Aubrey Beardsley, 150 Years Young</em>, published by the Grolier Club and distributed by the University of Chicago Press. This is the catalogue of the exhibition, which she and <strong>Mark Samuels Lasner</strong> curated, that was on public display at the Grolier Club in New York City from Sept. 8-Nov. 12, 2022. The volume includes nearly 50 illustrations of important items related to the British artist and author who pushed the boundaries of gender and sexuality in the 1890s, all of them drawn from the Mark Samuels Lasner Collection, which is part of the University of Delaware Library, Museums and Press. It also contains “A Note on the Grolier Club and Aubrey Beardsley” by <strong>Mark Samuels Lasner</strong>, senior research fellow at the UD Library. In addition, Stetz is the author of several newly published poems in literary journals. These include <a href="https://www.spooniepress.com/magazine/margaret-d-stetz">“Simulation”</a> in <em>Spoonie Magazine: A Creative Publication for and by Disabled, Chronically Ill, and Neurodivergent People; </em>“The Way Forward” in <em><a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VEgeWfNp5SFGSm8nW8QegM1WuNUa_s99/view">Literary Cocktail Magazine </a> </em>(Fall 2022, Vol 1: 2. p. 29); and  <a href="https://stonepoetryjournal.com/margaret-d-stetz-2/">“Bird Brain” and “Cherry Bomb”</a> in <em>Stone Poetry Quarterly </em>(November 2022), as well as two poems (“Tramps” and “Trefoiled”) in the print anthology <em>Querencia: Autumn 2022 </em>(Chicago, IL: Querencia Press, 2022), pp. 92-96.​</p>Uncropped VerticalGP0|#e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b;L0|#0e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b|Publications;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2022.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=255
Smith and Hattery interview about new bookSmith and Hattery interview about new book11/11/2022 5:00:00 AM<p><strong>Earl Smith</strong>, professor of women and gender studies, and <strong>Angela Hattery</strong>, professor of women and gender studies and co-director of the Center for the Study and Prevention of Gender-Based Violence, were interviewed about their new book <em>Way Down in the Hole: Race, Intimacy and the Reproduction of Racial Ideologies</em> on NPR's <em>The Takeaway</em> with Melissa Harris Perry. On <a href="https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/takeaway/segments/way-down-holeexamining-solitary-confinement">the program</a>, they discuss the use of solitary confinement in the United States and share the voices of those locked away in this invisible world who are the truly forgotten.​​</p>Uncropped VerticalGP0|#d586cffd-ad4b-45b9-8581-f6a2bbf70d87;L0|#0d586cffd-ad4b-45b9-8581-f6a2bbf70d87|Presentations;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2022.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=251
Smith and Hattery publish study of life inside solitary confinementSmith and Hattery publish study of life inside solitary confinement10/21/2022 4:00:00 AM<p>​<strong>Earl Smith</strong> and <strong>Angela Hattery</strong>, professors in the Department of Women and Gender Studies, have published a groundbreaking study of life inside solitary confinement, <em>Way Down in the Hole: Race, Intimacy and the Reproduction of Racial Ideologies in Solitary Confinement</em> (Rutgers University Press). The study, released on Oct. 14, 2022, is based on hundreds of hours of observation in solitary confinement units and interviews with both those who are incarcerated and those who work in solitary confinement. <em>Way Down in the Hole</em> uncovers the ways in which specific structures of solitary confinement, including the close and intimate contact between the incarcerated and the correctional officers, serve as a petri dish that fuels the production and reproduction of white racial resentment.</p>Uncropped VerticalGP0|#e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b;L0|#0e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b|Publications;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2022.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=243
Stetz delivers keynote address at international conference Stetz delivers keynote address at international conference 10/7/2022 4:00:00 AM<p>​<strong>Margaret Stetz</strong>, Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women's Studies and professor of humanities, delivered the keynote address at an international conference held virtually on Sept. 17-18. The conference, "Women Writers and Comedy, 1890–1950," was sponsored by the Open University (UK), the Elizabeth von Arnim Society, and Misericordia University (Pennsylvania). Her keynote lecture focused on the subject of women and "long-form parody" in the early 20th century -- especially on the work of the American writer and anthologist Carolyn Wells, whose<em> </em>full-length novel <em>Ptomaine Street: The Tale of Warble Petticoat </em>(1921) mocked Sinclair Lewis's <em>Main Street</em>(1920). On Sept. 29, she was also an invited participant at a virtual roundtable organized by the journal <em>Women, Gender and Families of Color</em> (University of Illinois Press) to mark the publication of a special issue devoted to the legacy of the Black feminist critic bell hooks (1952–1921). She gave a brief presentation and read aloud her poem, "Teaching to Transgress"--a tribute to bell hooks's emphasis on the role of love in pedagogy--which appears in that issue.​<br></p>Uncropped VerticalGP0|#d586cffd-ad4b-45b9-8581-f6a2bbf70d87;L0|#0d586cffd-ad4b-45b9-8581-f6a2bbf70d87|Presentations;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2022.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=227
Hattery and Monterrosa publish “Mapping Coercive Violence”Hattery and Monterrosa publish “Mapping Coercive Violence”10/7/2022 4:00:00 AM<p>​<strong>Angela Hattery</strong>, co-director of the Center for the Study and Prevention of Gender-Based Violence and <strong>Allison Monterrosa</strong>, affiliate of the Center for the Study and Prevention of Gender-Based Violence, published <a href="https://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/RWYIDMXYXX5GEXBKHNTG/full">“Mapping Coercive Violence,”</a> their theorizing of a new form of gender-based violence, in the most recent issue of the journal <em>Violence Against Women</em>. They argue: “We conceptualize a new and distinct form of intimate partner violence: coercive violence. Coercive violence is a form of intimate partner violence in which the abuser intentionally engages in acts that expose his partner to state surveillance and violence at the behest of institutions or the state, including the child welfare system and the criminal legal system. Because the violence is perpetrated by an institution rather than an individual, it is difficult for the victim/survivor to seek justice or retribution.”​<br></p>Uncropped VerticalGP0|#e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b;L0|#0e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b|Publications;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2022.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=230
Stetz publishes new poemsStetz publishes new poems10/7/2022 4:00:00 AM<p>​<strong>Margaret Stetz</strong>, Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women’s Studies and professor of humanities, has published a poem that brings her scholarly interests to a new genre. Her poem "X-Zooming Lizzie" is a wry response to the current cult status of the Pre-Raphaelite artist and model Elizabet Siddal (1829–1862). It appeared in the Summer 2022 issue of <em>Useful Beautiful,</em> thepublication of the William Morris Society in the U.S. She is also the author of the poem <a href="https://thetypescript.com/my-land-of-hand-by-margaret-d-stetz/">"My Land of Hand,"</a> which is a meditation on physical impairment and on her own identity as a Ukrainian American. It was published in September 2022 in the literary journal <em>The Typescript</em>.​<br></p>Uncropped VerticalGP0|#e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b;L0|#0e59b718f-f2f3-4654-8986-5eea60d4f90b|Publications;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2022.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=231
Sloane-White, Christopher-Byrd, Smith and Hattery receive research grantSloane-White, Christopher-Byrd, Smith and Hattery receive research grant10/7/2022 4:00:00 AM<p>​<strong>Patricia S​loane-White, </strong><strong>Emer</strong><strong>ald Christopher-Byrd</strong>, <strong>Earl Smith</strong> and <strong>Angela ​Hattery</strong> of the Department of Women and Gender Studies have been awarded a 2022 Institutional Courage Research Grant by the Center for Institutional Courage. The goal of this grant program is to fund research on institutional courage and institutional betrayal, with a particular interest in funding previously unstudied institutions and/or marginalized populations. Their project is titled “Reluctant to Seek Help: Developing a framework of the impact of institutional betrayal by the legal system among Black women who are victims/survivors of intimate partner violence.” The project explores factors, including historical trauma and individual experiences with institutional betrayal, that prevent abused Black women from seeking help from legal-system institutions (both criminal and civil) when they experience intimate partner violence. This study will design and test a legal system sub-scale of the institutional Betrayal Questionnaire. Data gathered from this study will be used to inform victim/survivor-centered policies and practices with the aim of reducing the institutional harm experienced by abused women with marginalized identities.<br></p>Uncropped VerticalGP0|#99d961eb-8936-415c-9024-28a13cec289a;L0|#099d961eb-8936-415c-9024-28a13cec289a|Awards and Honors;GTSet|#0a3b6244-764a-4413-b2f1-4b4c15da868c2022.00000000000https://publish.cas.udel.edu/Lists/ForTheRecord/DispForm.aspx?ID=232

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