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John M. Kandl PhD

PUBLICATIONS

"Crossroads and Beyond." Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education. Clarence Christian, ed. NCHC Monograph Series, 2008.

"Crossroads: (Orpheus, Robert Johnson and the Origin of the Blues)." Exploring Blues Terrains. Peter A. Machonis, ed. NCHC, 2007.

"Exploring the Contemporary Relevance of Ancient Literature through Students' Original Dramatic Scripts and Performances." NCHC, St. Louis, Oct., 2005.

Rev. of Shelley's Textual Seductions: Plotting Utopia in the Erotic and Political Works by Samuel Gladden. Romantics Circles (online journal), Aug. 2004.

"Bridging Analysis and Creative Engagement: A Three-course Sequence on the Creative Process." Co-presentation with Dr. Cynthia Staudt. NCHC, New Orleans, Nov., 2004.

"The Timeless in Its Time: Teaching the Historical Contexts of "On a Grecian Urn." Romantics Circles: Praxis (online journal), Oct., 2003.

Rev. of Reading Public Romanticism by Paul Magnuson. Studies in Romanticism, Fall 2003. Also online: findarticles.com.

"Plebian Gusto, Negative-Capability, and the Low Company of 'Mr. Kean': Keats's Dramatic Review for the Champion (Dec. 21, 1817)." Nineteenth-Century Prose, Fall 2001.

Revs. of Keats, Hunt and the Aesthetics of Pleasure, by Ayumi Mizukoshi. [and] William Hazlitt and Leigh Hunt: The Continuing Dialogue, by Payson G. Gates. Edited and Annotated by Eleanor M. Gates. Wordsworth Circle, XXXII. 4, Autumn 2001.

"The Rain Will Never Again Be Equal: Ecological Implications of Cultural and Racial Identity in Toni Morrison's Tar Baby." Panel presentation, NCTE Conference, Baltimore, Nov. 2001.

"'Delight with Liberty': The Politics of Keats's Early Poetry." The Cambridge Companion to Keats edited by Susan Wolfson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Pr., 2001. Chpt. 1.

Rev. of Hazlitt and the Reach of Sense: Criticism, Morals, and the Metaphysics of Power by Uttara Natarajan. Wordsworth Circle 31.4 (2000) : 233-234.

Erdman, David V., Adrienne Edwards, Robert F. Gleckner, Bishop C. Hunt, John M. Kandl, Peter Lundman, Mark Minor, Compilers, "'English Literature and Criticism' Bibliography and Reference." The Romantic Movement: a Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1998. West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Pr., 1999. 17-36.

Rev. of Formal Charges: the Shaping of Poetry in British Romanticism by Susan Wolfson. The Romantic Movement: a Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1998. West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Pr., 1999. 37-39.

"Postmodern 'Truth(s).'" Symposium in Theology and Philosophy. Walsh University, Canton, OH. Spr. 1999.

"Annotated References on Keats." The Romantic Movement: a Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1998. West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Pr., 1999. 63-72.

"Ecology in the Humanities Classroom." Preserving the Legacy: Planning for Sustainable Development. Lanham, MD: Lexington Bks., 1999. 53-60.

Rev. of Print Politics: The Press and Radical Opposition in Early Nineteenth-Century England by Kevin Gilmartin. Romantic Circles (online) 2.2 Win. 1999.

"Aesthetic Education in the Public Sphere: Hazlitt, Haydon, and Keats's Elgin Marbles Sonnets." Proceedings of the National Conference of the School of Visual Arts on the Liberal Arts and Education of Artists. New York: 1999.

Rev. of Leigh Hunt: a Life in Letters Together with Some Correspondence of William Hazlitt by Eleanor M. Gates. Wordsworth Circle 30.4 (1999):

Erdman, David V., Robert F. Gleckner, John M. Kandl, James R. Kelly, Peter Lundman, Mark Minor, Charles E. Robinson, Mark T. Smith, Compilers, "'English Literature and Criticism' Bibliography and Reference." The Romantic Movement: a Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1997. West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Pr., 1998. 19-30.

Rev. of Keats' Odes and Contemporary Criticism by James O'Rourke [and] Keats' Paradise Lost by Beth Lau. The Wordsworth Circle 29.4 (1998): 229-231.

"Annotated References on Keats." The Romantic Movement: a Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1997. West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Pr., 1998. 70-80.

"Publishing the Inner Quest: The Public Dimension of Keats's Poetic Journey." New York College English Association. Nazareth College, Rochester. 18-19 Sept. 1998.

Erdman, David V., Adrienne Edwards, Robert F. Gleckner, Bishop C. Hunt, John M. Kandl, James R. Kelly, Peter Lundman, Mark Minor, Charles E. Robinson, Compilers, "'English Literature and Criticism' Bibliography and Reference." The Romantic Movement: a Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1996. West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Pr., 1997. 23-50.

"Annotated References on Keats." The Romantic Movement: a Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1996. West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Pr., 1997. 82-94.

Rev. of Keats and the Culture of Dissent by Nicholas Roe. The Romantic Movement: a Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1996. West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Pr., 1997. 89-91.

Rev. of Literature & the Marketplace: Romantic Writers and their Audiences in Great Britain and the United States by William G. Rowland, Jr., Literature in the Marketplace: Nineteenth Century British Publishing & Reading Practices edited by John O. Jordan and Robert L Patten, [and] Literary Patronage in England, 1650-1800 by Dustin Griffin. The Wordsworth Circle 28.4 (1997): 244-246.

"Sidney Smith." [encyclopedia article in:] Britain in the Hanoverian Age. New York: Garland Pr., 1997.

"Public Figures: Keats, Leigh Hunt and the Poetics of Reform." Modern Language Association Convention. Toronto. Dec. 1997.

Rev. of Poetic Madness and the Romantic Imagination by Frederick Burwick , The Madhouse of Language: Writing and Reading Madness in the Eighteenth Century by Allan Ingram [and] Love's Madness: Medicine, the Novel, and Female Insanity by Helen Small. The Wordsworth Circle 27.4 (1996): 227.

"Sustaining the Discussion: Ecology in the Humanities Classroom." Ohio Academy of Science Conference. Malone College, Canton, OH. May, 1996.

"The Private Lyrics in the Public Sphere: Hunt's Examiner and the Construction of a Public 'John Keats'." Keats-Shelley Journal XLIV (1995) 84-101.

Rev. of Keats, Narrative and Audience: the Posthumous Life of Writing by Andrew Bennett [and] Word Like a Bell: John Keats, Music and the Romantic Poet by John A. Minahan. The Wordsworth Circle 26.4 (1995): 213-214.

"Reading Out of Bounds: the Politics of Allusion in Keats' 'Poems.'" New York College English Association Conference. New York: SUNY Brockport. Nov. 1995

"Hazlitt, Hunt and the Battle for an Open Public Sphere." New York College English Association Conference. New York University, New York. May 1995.

"Keats' Elgin Marbles Sonnets." North American Society for the Study of Romanticism Conference. Duke University, North Carolina. Nov. 1994.

"Reform, Reform, Reform!: Keats' 'To Kosciusko' in the Public Dialogue." New York College English Association Conference. Nazareth College, Rochester. Oct. 1994.

"The Medieval Debate as Satire/Burlesque of Psychic Difference: A (Post) Jungian reading of 'The Owl and the Nightingale.'" New York College English Association Conference. Hilbert College, New York. Oct. 1993.

"Keats in the 'Examiner.'" Conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism. University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. Aug. 1993.

"The Madness of Becoming: Romantic Irony and Individuation in Johnson's 'Rasselais'" New York College English Association Conference. Jamestown Community College, Jamestown. Oct. 1992.

"Elizabeth Barrett Browning's 'Aurora Leigh' as revision of Shelley's 'Prometheus Unbound.'" New York College English Association Conference. St. Bonaventure University, New York. Nov. 1991.

"Natty and the Judge: The Pictorial Development of an Ambivalent Theme in The Pioneers." James Fenimore Cooper: His Country and His Art. George A. Test, editor. Oneonta: SUNY Press, 1989. http://www.oneonta.edu/ ~cooper / articles / SUNY 1989suny - Kandl. html

"Maple Cathedral." (Poem) Poetry Wales 25.1 (1989): 33-34.

"Thoreau in the Moring." (Poem) North Dakota Quarterly 56.1 (1988): 54.

"Hobo Train." (Poem); "Worried About the Birds." (Poem) Williwaw 2.1 (1989): 23-24.

"Morning Off Key West." (Poem) Syracuse Poems and Stories (1983): 1.