Nanette Tamer: School of Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty
Nanette Tamer , Ph.D.
- B.A. Syracuse University (English Linguistics and Latin)
- M.A.T. Binghamton University (English Education)
- M.A. Binghamton University (Comparative Literature)
- Ph.D. University of Delaware (Dissertation: "Horatian Verse in Early America")
“’These Are the Joys’: Poetic Effects and the Idea of Poetry in Dryden’s Translations from Horace.” Classical and Modern Poetry 15 (1995): 215-222.
“’Scraps of Horace’: The Nationalistic Poetry of Early America.” Classical Association of the Atlantic States Conference, Wilmington DE, April 1996.
“Grace Implanted: The Narrative Function of Metaphor in Paradise Lost X-XII.” Conference on Christianity and Literature. Annual Southeastern Regional Meeting. Elon College NC, April 3-5, 1997.
“Human Nature Delineated: Richard Lewis’s Reply to William Wollaston.” Society for the Study of Southern Literature Conference, Orlando FL, April 2000.
“Richard Lewis's Poetics of Anti-Mercantilism.” Finding Colonial Americas: Essays Honoring J. A. Leo Lemay. University of Delaware Press, 2001.
“Auspex,” “Haec Fabula Docet,” and “Lucretius Versus the Lake Poets.” Robert Frost Encyclopedia. Greenwood Press, 2000.
"Sibi Imperiosus: Cooper's Horatian Ideal of Self-Governance in The Deerslayer." Fourteenth International James Fenimore Cooper Seminar: Coming of Age - Gendered Perspectives. Cooperstown NY, July 2003.
"Thomas Craddock." Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Poetry (2005)
"Human Nature Delineated: Richard Lewis's A Rhapsody. Early American Literature. 43.1 (April 2008).
"Poe's Story, Your Poe Story." Workshop presented at Northeastern Regional Collegiate Honors Council Convention. April 13, 2012.
“Colonial Virginian Verse.” A History of Virginia Literature. Cambridge University Press (2015)
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