Charles Bradshaw

Department of English
131M Holt Humanities Building
University of Tennessee at Martin
Martin , TN 38238
cbradshaw@utm.edu

Curriculum Vitae
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EDUCATION
University of Missouri-Columbia, Ph.D., 1996-2002, English

Dissertation: “Republican Aesthetics and the Discourse of Conspiracy in Federalist Literature”

Brigham Young University, MA, 1994-1996, English
Brigham Young University , BA, 1987-1994, English

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

2008-present: Associat Professor, Deparment of English and Modern Foreign Languages, University of Tennesee at

       Martin.
2002-2008: Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Tennessee at Martin
1998-2002: Teaching Fellow, Department of English, University of Missouri-Columbia
1999, 2001: Adjunct Faculty, Department of English, Westminster College (Fulton , MO)
2000: Summer Teaching Fellow, Department of English, Brigham Young University
1996-1998: Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of English, University of Missouri-Columbia
1994-1996: Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of English, Brigham Young University

HONORS AND AWARDS

Coffey Outstanding Teacher Award, University of Tennessee at Martin, 2008 ($5000)

Faculty Exchange Representative with University of New Brunswick Saint John, 2008.

Outstanding Junior Faculty Member of the Year, University of Tennessee at Martin, 2006.

Harry Hocks Dissertation Fellowship, University of Missouri-Columbia, 2000-2001 ($3000)
Edwin M. and Minnie Berry Rowe Graduate Teaching Award, Finalist, 1996

PUBLICATIONS
“The Whiskey Rebellion.” The Encyclopedia of American Conspiracy Theories . Ed. Peter Knight. ABC-CLIO, 2004.

“The New England Illuminati: Conspiracy and Causality in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland .” New England Quarterly 76.3 (2003): 326-58.

“Language and Responsibility: The Failure of Discourse in Carson McCullers's The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter .” Southern Quarterly 37.2 (1999): 118-26.

WORKS IN PROGRESS

Plots Political and Literary: The Discourse of Conspiracy in Early National Literature. (Book-length study of conspiracy as a simultaneous social and literary construct in the early national period.)

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS/ INVITED LECTURES

National Conferences :

  • Panel Chair. Representing Insurrection: Early America and Its Discontents, Society of Early Americanists Conference, Alexandria , VA , March 2005.
  • “Literalizing Alarmism: Charlotte Temple and the Melodrama of Republican Ideology.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference, Roanoke, VA, November 2004.
  • “Countersubversive Rhetoric and Public Discourse in Early America .” Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Las Vegas , NV , May 2002.
  • “Charles Brockden Brown's Conspiratorial Aesthetic in Wieland .” Society of Early Americanists Conference. Norfolk , VA , March 2001.
  • “Coincidence or Paranoia: Charles Brockden Brown's Manipulative Art.” Midwest Modern Language Association Conference. Kansas City , MO , November 2000.
  • “Anti-Mormon Sensationalism and Mark Twain's Comic Strategy in Roughing It. ” Midwest Modern Language Association Conference. St. Louis , MO , November 1998.
  • “The Gothic Comes to America : Epistemelogical Anxiety in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland .” Midwest American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies. Mackinaw City , MI , October 1998.
  • “Violence and the Displaced Self in Flannery O'Connor's ‘Good Country People.'” Flannery O'Connor and the Christian Mystery. Provo , UT , November 1995.
  • “Creating Dissonance in the Classroom: A Guide for Teaching Freshman English.” Wyoming Conference on English. Laramie , WY , June 1995. 

Departmental/Regional Colloquia :

  • Featured Speaker, “Mark Twain: Life, Laughter, and the Mississippi ,” Dyersburg Book Festival, Dyersburg , TN , November 2004.
  • Keynote Speaker, “Plots Political and Literary: Conspiracies in American Film and Literature,” Tennessee Governor's School for the Humanities, Martin , TN , June 2004.
  • “Some Thoughts on Carrying Children,” Faculty Read-a-loud—West Tennessee Writing Project. Martin , TN , November 2003.
  • “The Carnivalesque as a Hegemonic Agent: Bakhtin Meets The Simpsons ” University of Missouri EGSA Conference. Columbia , MO , February 1997.
  • Interstiality in Colorado River Lore,” Utah Folklore Society, Salt Lake City , UT , June 1995.

TEACHING

Upper Division/Graduate/Honors

Women Writers: Gender, Race, and Class
Travel-Study Instructor and Co-Coordinator: New England History and Literature
American Romanticism and Sentimentalism
American Literature before 1900
Literature and Film
Honors Seminar
Senior English Capstone
Literature of the Northeastern United States
Technical Communication

Lower Division/Service Courses

First-year Composition
Survey of American Literature to 1865
Survey of American Literature 1865 to Present
Survey of World Literature—Enlightenment to Present
Introduction to Twentieth-Century World Literature
Introduction to Literature
Young Scholars Academy for African American Students
Introduction to First-year English for Multi-Cultural Students

SERVICE

University Service

        Graduate Council--Faculty Senate
        Co-Coordinator, UT-Martin Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Writing Conference
        First Year Experience College Leader
        Other relevant service as assigned

Department Service

Co-Director, English Society
Student/Alumni Relations Committee
Other relevant service as assigned

DEVELOPMENT/EXPERIENCE

Departmental Research Time Reallocation, Spring 2004, 2006, 2008. (Course Reduction)

NEH Summer Seminar—The Early American Republic and the Problem of Governance, Library Company of     
        Philadelphia, 2005. ($3000)
On Course Teacher Development Workshop. Lake Junaluska, North Carolina. (2005)
Technology Development Grant— University of Tennessee at Martin, 2005. ($800)
“Voice Lessons.” Faculty Writing Development Program for the West Tennessee Writing Project. Margrethe             Alshwede, Director and Coordinator. 2003.

Research, endnotes, indexing, editing:

Cather, Willa. Alexander's Bridge . Ed. Tom Quirk. Willa Cather Scholarly Editions Project. U of Nebraska P,

    2007.            
Bierce, Ambrose. Tales of Soldiers and Civilians: And Other Stories . Ed. Tom Quirk. New York : Penguin,             2000.
Editorial Assistant, the minnesota review . Jeff Williams, editor, 1998-99.
Quirk, Tom. Mark Twain: A Study of the Short Fiction . New York : Twayne Publishers, 1997.
Editorial Assistant, English 115 in the Shade: A Journal of Student Writing. Brigham Young University , 1996.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

South Central Modern Language Association
Society of Early Americanists
Society for American Travel Writing
MLA