Curriculum Vitae

Name:

Hardin Levine Aasand

Business Address:

Department of English and Linguistics

Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne, Indiana 46805-1499

(260) 481-6750

Email: aasandh@ipfw.edu

Education

Ph.D. in English (1986); University of Toronto; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

M.A. in English (1981); University of Toronto; Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

B.A. in English and History (1980); University of North Dakota; Grand Forks, North Dakota.


Teaching Positions

Professor of English & Chair, Department of English and Linguistics; Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne; Fort Wayne, Indiana  46805-1499


Professor of English and Chair (2000-2007); Department of Language and Literature; Dickinson State University; Dickinson, North Dakota (1997-2007)


Associate Professor of English; Department of Language and Literature; Dickinson State University; Dickinson, North Dakota (1993-1997)


Assistant Professor of English; Department of Language and Literature; Dickinson State

University; Dickinson, North Dakota (1986-93)



Research Awards

NEH Division of Preservation and Access Grant: The New Variorum Hamlet. Recipient with Bernice W. Kliman, F. Nicholas Clary, and Eric Rasmussen ($243,060; 2002-05)

Dickinson State Faculty Development Summer Grant ($2000; Summer 1998). This grant was for continued research at the British Library in London.

NEH Division of Preservation and Access Grant. Project: The New Variorum Hamlet. Recipient with Bernice W. Kliman, F. Nicholas Clary, and Eric Rasmussen ($165, 000; 1997-99).

Dickinson State Faculty Development Summer Grant ($1000; Summer 1997). This grant facilitated my research at the Bodleian Library in Oxford and at the British Library in London.

NEH Reference Materials Grant. Project: The New Variorum Hamlet. Recipient with Bernice W. Kliman and F. Nicholas Clary ($150,000; 1994-6).

American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Short-term Fellowship. Newberry Library ($750; Summer 1994). This was a month-long fellowship for research at the Newberry Library in Chicago.

Fellowships

N.E.H. Fellow at Folger Institute "The Theatre in History: The Social Institution of Renaissance Dramatic Genres," conducted by Jean Howard, Columbia University (Summer 1992).

N.E.H. Fellow at Folger Institute "Ceremony and Text in the Renaissance," conducted by Thomas Greene, Yale University (Summer 1991).

University of Toronto Open Fellowship (1984-86).

Connaught Fellowship (doctoral fellowship awarded to only 30 graduate students studying in all departments of the university); University of Toronto (1981-84).

Charles Gordon Heyd Fellowship (graduate fellowship awarded only to American students); University of Toronto (1980-81).

Teaching Awards

Dickinson State University Faculty Innovator of the Year Award ($1500; Summer 2000). Awarded for successful online course development.

Burlington Northern Faculty Achievement Award. Dickinson State University ($2500; 1992-3). Awarded by administration for research and campus service.

Dickinson State University Student "Teacher of the Year" Award; Dickinson State University. (1990-91). Awarded by student body to outstanding teachers within the university.

Dickinson State Student ''Teacher of the Year" Award; Dickinson State University. (1989-90). Awarded by student body to outstanding teachers within the university.


Dickinson State Student "Teacher of the Year" Award; Dickinson State University. (1988-89). Awarded by student body to outstanding teachers within the university.

Publications

Books

Editor, Stage Directions in Hamlet: New Essays and New Directions. (New York and London: Associated Univ. Press, 2003). (This book also contains my introductory essay and concluding essay, "Pah! Pub!": Hamlet, Yorick, and the Chopless Stage Direction. It)

Co-Editor, The New Variorum Hamlet. (New York: Modern Language Association, projected date 2005).

Editor, The Winter's Tale. Internet Shakespeare Editions. University of Victoria (Canada). <http://ise.uvic.cal>

Articles

"“Her burning face, Declines apaceâ€: Ben Jonson and the Specter of Elizabeth." Resurrecting Elizabeth I in Seventeenth Century England.  Eds. Elizabeth H. Hageman and Katherine Conway.

"Pah! Pub!": Hamlet, Yorick, and the Chopless Stage Direction." Stage Directions In Hamlet: New Essays and New Directions. New York: Associated University Press, 2003.

"Leaping Into the Text: Teaching Stage Directions In Act 5, Scene 1." Approaches to Teaching Hamlet. Ed. Bernice W. Kliman. New York: MLA, 2001.

"O'ertopping old Pelion: Hamlet, Laertes, and the Revenge Tradition." Shakespeare in Europe Sh:in:E. University of Basel, Switzerland. Dec. 2002. <http://www.unibas.chlshine/home.html>

"Hamlet and the Mirror up to History: Allegory, Analogue, and Allusion." (with F. Nicholas Clary). Hamlet Studies 21 (1999): 20-54.

"The Metamorphic/Metaphoric Transformation of Ophelia." In The Iconography of Hamlet. Ed. John Manning. New York: AMS Press, forthcoming.

"'Ophelia's End is Exceedingly Pretty': Eighteenth Century lllustrations of Ophelia." In Reading Readings: Essays on Shakespeare Editing in the Eighteenth Century. Ed. Joanna Gondris. London: Associated University Presses, 1998.

"Oberon and the Masque of Succession." In Ceremony and Text in the Renaissance. Ed. Douglas Rutledge (University of Delaware, 1996).

Co-author with F. Nicholas Clary, "The Sources of Hamlet." In The New Variorum Hamlet. (New York: Modern Language Association, forthcoming).

"Queen Anne and the Masque of Blackness" Studies in English Literature 32 (Spring 1992):271-285.



Book Reviews

Book review of Shakespeare, Machiavelli, and Montaigne: Power and Subjectivity from Richard III to Hamlet. Sixteenth Century Journal 35.3 (2004): 909-11.

Book review of Susan Snyder, Shakespeare: A Wayward Journey. Renaissance Quarterly (forthcoming)

Book review of Alain Cabantous, Blasphemy: Impious Speech In the West from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century. Sixteenth-Century Journal 34.2 (2003): 505-6.

Book review ofRhonda Lemke Sanford, Maps and Memory In Early Modern England: A Sense of Place. SixteenthCentury Journal Sixteenth Century Journal, 34.3 (2003): 891-3.

Book review of Mathew R. Martin, Between Theater and Philosophy: Skepticism In the Major City Comedies of Ben Jonson and Thomas Middleton. Renaissance Quarterly 56.3 (2003)234-5.

Book review of Catherine M.S. Alexander and Stanley Wells, eds. Shakespeare and Sexuality. Sixteenth-Century Journal 33.4 (2002): 1108-10.

Book review of Lawrence Clopper, Drama, Play, and Game. Sixteenth-Century Journal 33.3(2002):897-98.

Book review of Elizabeth Weston, Collected Writings. Sixteenth-Century Journal 32.3(2001): 909-11.

Book review of Trevor Ross, The Making of the English Literary Canon: From the Middle Ages to the Late Eighteenth Century. Sixteenth-Century Journal 33.1 (2002): 278-80.

Book review of The Italian World of English Renaissance Drama. Ed. Michele Marrapodi. Seventeenth-Century News 57.1-2 (1999).

Book review of Language and Stage in Medieval and Renaissance England by Janette Dillon. Medievalia et Humanistica 26 (1999): 178-83

Book review of Reading and Writing in Shakespeare. Ed. David Bergeron. Renaissance Quarterly 51.3 (Autwnn 1998).

Conferences

2006 "Globalizing Hamlet" seminar for the World Shakespeare Congress. Brisbane, Australia. July

2003 "Visualizing Shakespeare" seminar for the Shakespeare Association of America. Victoria, British Columbia. April

2001 "Shakespeare In the 21st Century." 2001: An Odyssey and Beyond. . .:North Dakota Council of Teachers of English Summer Conference, August 7, Mandan, North Dakota.

"O'ertopping old Pelion: Hamlet, Laertes, and the Revenge Tradition." Revision of SAMLA paper for World Shakespeare Congress. Valencia, Spain. April 2001.

2000"O'ertopping Pelion: Hamlet, Laertes, and the Staging of Mourning." South Atlantic Modem Language

Association. Binningham, Alabama. November 2000

 


1999 Invited by SAA to lead seminar, 'Exit Pursued by a SD]: Hamlet and the Staging of Stage Directions." Shakespeare Association of America. San Francisco. Spring 1999. My own paper was '''Pah! Pub!': Hamlet, Yorick, and the Chopless Stage Direction."

1998 "'And in scuffling they exchange Rapiers': Hamlet and the Staging of the Duel." Paper presented by invitation at the International Shakespeare Association, Stratford-upon-A von, August 1998.

"Addressing the Dead in Hamlet." Paper presented at Shakespeare Association of America, Cleveland, Ohio, April 1998.

1997 "And an Esill/Eisel Runs Through It: Hamlet and the Origins of a Crux." Paper presented at Shakespeare Association of America, Washington, D.C. March 1997.

1996 Co-author (with F. Nicholas Clary). "Hamlet and the Mirror up to History: Allegory,

Analogue, and Allusion." Paper presented by invitation for the W odd Shakespeare Congress, Los Angeles, April 1996.

1995 "A Queen and no Queen: Queen Anne and the Civic Ceremony of Bristol." Paper presented by invitation at International Drama Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan. May 1995.

"Uncapable of Man: Queen Elizabeth, Ben Jonson, and Prince Henry's Barriers." Paper presented at the "Reinventing the Middle Ages and the Renaissance Conference". Arizona State University. February 1995.

'''Ophelia's End is Exceedingly Pretty': The Metamorphic/Metaphoric lllustrations of Ophelia." Paper by invitation presented at the Shakespeare Association of America. Chicago, TIL March 1995.

1994 "A Most Fit Presentment": Queen Anne and the Masque of Beauty." Paper presented by invitation at International Medieval Drama Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan. May 1994.

1993 " 'Tis Pity She's a Whore and the Closeting of Incest." Paper presented by invitation at the Northwest Conference on British Studies in Vancouver, Washington. October 1993.

"The FreezinglFriezing of the Winter Queen: Princess Elizabeth and Campion's Lord's Masque." Paper presented by invitation at the University of Central Florida's Second Biennial Conference on Literature and Politics in the Seventeenth-Century. March 25-27, 1993.

"Coriolanus and 'one jot of ceremony.'" Paper presented at Shakespeare Association of America. Emory University. April 1-3, 1993.

1992 "Othello and the Staging of Cultural Difference." Paper presented at the Renaissance Society of

America at Stanford University in March 1992.

"Oberon and the Masque ofIdentity," Paper presented by invitation at the American Comparative Literature Association, Columbia University in April, 1992

1991 "'His Silver Was Tum'd to Dross and His Gold to Alchemy': Jacobean Patronage and Ben Jonson's The Golden Age Restor'd." Paper presented to First Biennial Conference on Literature and Politics in the Seventeenth-Century, University of Central Florida, Orlando. March 7-9, 1991.

 


1990 "Othello and the Spatial Arrangement of Tragedy." Paper presented at the 1990 Ohio Shakespeare

Conference; Miami University; Oxford, Ohio. March 1990.

1998 "Sed Pater et filius juris fictione unum sunt: Prince Henry and the Masques ofIdentity." Paper

presented at conference "New Languages for the Stage," University of Kansas, October 27-29, 1988.

1987 "Queen Anne and the Masque of Blackness: 'To Revive a Corse and Salve Rude Defects. "'Paper presented at Thirtieth Annual Linguistic Conference of Manitoba and North Dakota; October 23-24, 1987. Printed in Proceedings in 1988.

 

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