Current Happenings 

 

 

Three Rising Voices: A Night of Poetry and Fiction

Thursday, April 10
Old Main Chapel, 6:30 p.m.

Talk and Reading from the newly-published book Unsustainable

Dr. Laurie JC Cella, Dr. Jessica Restaino, Dr. Karen Johnson
Thursday April 17th
Cora I. Grove Spiritual Center, 4:00p.m.

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Contact Information

Dauphin Humanities Center, 128
Shippensburg University
1871 Old Main Drive
Shippensburg, PA  17257
Phone: 717. 477.1495
Fax: 717.477.4020

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Faculty Searches

One-Year Adjunct: Creative Writing/Poetry

A description of this position may be found at https://jobs.ship.edu/postings/188

Inquiries only (no applications) may be sent to Dr. Shari Horner, English Department Chair, slhorn@ship.edu
 

 

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Erica D. Galioto 

Associate Professor of English

Office: DHC 105
Phone: 477.1017
Email: edgalioto@ship.edu 

Education/Degrees:
Ph.D. SUNY Buffalo (2005)

M.A. SUNY Buffalo    (2003)

B.A Boston College (2000)

 

Galioto 
Research/Teaching Interests:
American Literature since 1850; English Education; Composition; Writing Instruction; Literature and Psychology; Literary Theory with particular emphasis on Psychoanalysis

 

Publications: 

“Split Skin: Adolescent Cutters and the Other.” Skin, Culture, and Psychoanalysis. Eds. Sheila Cavanagh, Angela Failler, and Rachel Hurst. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 188-214. Print. 

“‘A Transference of the Most Fortuitous Kind’: Fitzgerald’s Tender Is the Night and the Freudian Transference.”  Psychoanalysis in Context.  Ed. Alvin Henry.  Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012. 203-24. Print.

“‘Every Word She Spoke Was a Bomb’: Merry Levov’s Anamorphotic Stutter.”  New Readings of Philip Roth’s American Pastoral.  Ed. Velichka Ivanova.  Toulouse, France: Presses Universitaires du Mirail (PUM), 2011. 127-36. Print. 

“Nip/Tuck and the Literal Unconscious.” Nip/Tuck: Television that Gets Under Your Skin.  Eds. Roz Kaveney and Jennifer Stoy.  New York and London: IB Tauris Books, 2011. 37-65. Print. 

“Fate, Commodification, and Identity in Louise Erdrich’s The Bingo Palace.” General Themes in  Literature.  Ed. Jennifer McClinton-Temple.  Vol. 1.  New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2011. 408-11. Print.

 “Illness, Love, and Alienation in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender Is the Night.” General Themes in Literature.  Ed. Jennifer McClinton-Temple.  Vol. 2.  New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2011. 442-5. Print.  

“Künstlerroman Revised: Doubleness and Catharsis in Willa Cather’s The Song of the Lark.”  Willa Cather’s The Song of the Lark.  Eds. Debra Cumberland and Michael J. Meyer.  New York: Rodopi Press, 2010. 39-65. Print. 

“Female (Mis) Identifications: From Uncle Tom’s Cabin’s Jealousy to Beloved’s Shame.”  Women Writers January 2010 (Themed Scholarly Issue: “Psychoanalysis and La Femme”): n. page. http://www.womenwriters.net. Web.

“Stowe’s Suspicious Sentimentalism: Teaching Uncle Tom’s Cabin in the 21st Century.”  Teaching American Literature: A Journal of Theory and Practice 4.3 (Spring 2011): 12-28. http://cpcc.edu/taltp. Web.

 

Forthcoming 

“‘One Long Frightening Climax’: Gone Girl and The Other Side of Psychoanalysis.”  E-rea 2014 (Special Issue: “Reading English/Language Arts and Literature with the Later Lacan”). http://erea.revues.org/?lang=en. Web.    

“‘Shame, thas a shame’: The Anti-Sentiment of Sapphire’s Push and The Kid.”  Sentiment and the Anti-Sentimental in 20th and 21st Century America.  Ed. Jennifer Larson.  New York: McFarland, 2014.

“‘Nothing Hangs Together,’ or Using American Pastoral to Teach Literary Theory.”  Cercles February 2013 (Special Issue: Philip Roth). http://www.cercles.com. Web.

“‘I Knew the Mirror Had [Everything] to Do with It’: The Incomplete Mirror Stage in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar.” The Bell Jar: Dialogue Series.  Eds. Don Tresca and Michael J. Meyer.  Rodopi Press. 

 

Selected Conference Presentations: 

“‘Shame, thas a shame’: The Anti-Sentiment of Sapphire’s Push and The Kid,”  Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society, Annual Conference: “Change,” Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, November 2013.

“Mentoring Marisol: Composition Pedagogy and the Gateway to Professional Identity,” SUNY Council on Writing, Annual Conference: “Building Cultures of Writing for Tomorrow,” Buffalo, NY, March 2013.

“Split Skin: Adolescent Cutters and the Other,” The Psychoanalysis Reading Group, Cornell University, Annual Conference: “What Can a Body Do? Psychoanalysis and the Logic of the Symptom,” Cornell, NY, April 2012.

 “‘This Ain’t Real Estate’: The Commodification of Tradition in Louise Erdrich’s The Bingo Palace,”College English Association, Annual National Conference: “Fortunes,” St. Petersburg, FL, April 2011.

“Taming Timed Writing through Composition and Teacher Education,” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Annual National Conference: “The Remix,” Louisville, KY, March 2010. 

Smashed in Freshman Composition: Students Enjoying Reading,” National Council of Teachers of English, Annual National Conference: “Once and Future Classics: Reading Between the Lines,” Philadelphia, PA, November 2009.

“‘They Tell a Story’: Cutting and Linguistic Representation,” English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities, Annual State Conference: “Making Our World: Language, Literacy, and Culture,” Shippensburg, PA, October 2009.

“Themed Sections of Freshman Composition: A Pedagogical Approach,” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Annual National Conference: “Making Waves,” San Francisco, CA, March 2009. 

“Decoding without Translating: Notes from a Student Teacher Supervisor and College Professor on the Decline of Traditional Texts,” Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of English and Language Arts, Annual State Conference: “Just Teaching Them to Read and Write: Trusted Approaches and Innovative Strategies for 21st Century Literacies,” Lancaster, PA, October 2008.

“Double Encryptment: Impossible Mourning and Faulkner’s Southern Mothers,” Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society, Annual Conference: “Psychoanalysis and Democracy,” Columbia University, New York City, October 2004.

“Female (Mis) Identifications: From Uncle Tom’s Cabin’s Masochism to Beloved’s Shame,” Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society, Annual Conference: “Emotions,” University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, October 2002.

 

Courses Taught: 

Practicum in Teaching (ENG-599)

Seminar in Teaching English/Lang. Arts (ENG-525)

Seminar in Composition and Rhetoric (ENG-512)

Student Teaching (EDU-495)

Seminar in Literary Theory: Psychoanalysis (ENG-466)

Seminar in Major Author: Louise Erdrich (ENG-464)

Teaching English in Secondary Schools I (EDU-421)

Teaching English in Secondary Schools II (EDU-422)

Studies in 19th Century American Literature (ENG-381)

Ethnic Literature in America (LIT-360)

Research & Report Writing (WRT-350)

Reading & Writing about Trauma in the English Classroom (ENG-336)

Introduction to English/Language Arts Education (EDU-290) 

American Short Fiction (ENG-251)

Introduction to Short Fiction (ENG-251)

Introduction to Literature (ENG-250)

American Literature II: (1865-1945) (ENG-234)

Advanced Writing 1 (ENG-201)

Analytical Writing (WRT-200)

Literary Studies II (ENG-111)

Writing-Intensive First-Year Seminar (ENG-106)

Writing 2 (ENG-102)

Writing 1 (ENG-101)

Basic Writing (ENG-050)