Ph.D. Candidate Angela Hume Lewandowski publishes in Evental Aesthetics

Angela Hume Lewandowski‘s article “(Rescuing) Hegel’s Magical
Thinking” is forthcoming in the inaugural issue of the peer-reviewed
journal Evental Aesthetics themed “Hegelian Topics in Aesthetics”
(early 2012). Last summer, Angela received Honorable Mention in the Association for
the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE) Best Graduate Student
Scholarly Paper in Ecocriticism competition for her piece “The
Ecopoetics of Emergency.” In fall 2011, Angela saw the publication of a poetry chapbook, Second Story of Your Body (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs).  Last spring, Angela was selected by the English department for the Mainz Exchange Lectureship, and for the 2011-2012 academic year is serving as Lecturer in American Studies at Johannes Gutenberg
Universität in Mainz, Germany, teaching such classes as “Energy, Labor, and Environment in the 20th Century.”

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