My multimedia work tends to fall into three broad categories:
- scholarly conference presentations,
- video lectures for classes,
- and musings.
Below are several examples for each category. My Youtube channels have more conference presentations, literature video lectures, and musings or more composition video lectures.
Scholarly conference presentations:
- “Iphigenia Alone: Metatheatre and Austerity in Gary Owen’s Monologue Play Iphigenia in Splott,” presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, 2018
- “Reading Two Greek Refugee Plays in the Season of the Syrian Refugee Crisis,” presented at the West Virginia University English Graduate Colloquium, 2017
- “Distrustful Art: Imagining a Polyphonic Common in Peter Carey’s Jack Maggs,” presented at the South Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference, 2015
Video Lectures for Classes
- “Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia“
- “Grace Nichols“
- “Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Decolonizing the Mind“
- “Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest“
- “Rhetorical Appeals“