Colleen Obrien’s Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 11:48 am

O’Brien, C. “From Haiti to Harpers Ferry: The Insurrectionary Tradition in American Literature,” In Timothy Buckner and Peter Caster eds., Fathers, Preachers, Rebels, Men: Black Masculinity in U.S. History and Literature 1790-1945, OSU Press, 203-219, 2011.

O’Brien, C. “’The White Women All Go for Sex’: Frances Harper on Suffrage, Citizenship, and the Reconstruction South,” African American Review 2009, 43(4), 605-631, published in 2011.

O’Brien, C. “Metaphors of Hearts Blood and Home: The Work of Inheritance in African American Colonizationist Rhetoric,” American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, October 2011.

O’Brien, C. “Metaphors of ‘Hearts Blood’ and ‘Home:’ Black Bourgeois Selfhood and the Transformation of the Laboring Body,” Presented at the Seventh Annual SC Upstate Symposium, 2011.

Obrien, C. “Using Free Materials to Enhance Instruction,” Spartanburg Writing Project Fall Renewal Conference, USCUpstate, October 14, 2010.