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ADAM R.

ROSENTHAL
Instructional Assistant Professor
arrosenthal@tamu.edu
Department of International Studies
(610) 348-4711
103ab Academic Building
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843

EDUCATION
Emory University
Atlanta, GA
Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, May 2014.
The Gift of Poetry in Romantic and Post-Romantic Literature
Elissa Marder (director), Geoffrey Bennington, Cathy Caruth,
Deborah Elise White
Pennsylvania State University
State College, PA
B.A. in Philosophy (Honors), August 2005.

PUBLICATIONS
The Androgyny of Mothering in Wordsworth. The Wordsworth
Circle (Under Review).
The Gift of the Name in Shelleys Hymn to Intellectual Beauty.
Studies in Romanticism (Forthcoming, Spring 2016).
Poes Memory. MLN (Forthcoming).
The Titles Claim to Thought in Heidegger. Pli (Forthcoming).
The Gift of Memory in Baudelaires Morale du joujou. 43.3-4
Nineteenth-Century French Studies (Spring-Summer 2015): 129143.
Suspended Reading: Man on Wire, 9/11, and the Logic of the
High-Wire. Screening the Past, ed. Therese Davis and Jodi Brooks
(September 2012).

Rosenthal

BOOK REVIEWS

AND

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Review of Nicholas Royle, Veering: A Theory of Literature


(Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2012) in Oxford Literary Review,
(Forthcoming, July 2015).
Scenes of Mortality in Derridas Peine de mort, workshop
presentation published online
(http://derridaseminars.org/workshops.html, July 2011).
Bob le Flambeur scene review in World Film Locations: Paris, ed.
Marcelline Block, (Intellect Ltd, 2011, pp. 20-21).

TRANSLATIONS

AND

TRANSLATION WORK

John Steen, Les orientations bgayantes (translated into French


in collaboration with Nicolas Remy), Jean Daive: la partition.
(Paris: ditions Hermann, 2013, pp. 213-237).
Member of Derrida Seminars Translation Project translation
group: La Peine de mort I (parts 1 & 2), IMEC, Caen, France,
July 2010 & 2011.

EMPLOYMENT
Instructional Assistant Professor, Department of International
Studies, Texas A&M University, 2014-Present.

AWARDS
Lore Metzger Prize for best dissertation addressing literary and
social issues, Emory University, May 2014
The Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry Dissertation
Completion Fellowship, Emory University, 2013-2014.
Deans Teaching Fellowship, Emory University, (Declined), March
2013.
Thoreau Society Research Fellowship, March 2013.
Naomi Schor Memorial award for best graduate essay at the
Nineteenth-Century French
Studies Colloquium, October 2012.

Rosenthal

INVITED TALKS
Economy in Walden, Lecture: American Transcendentalism,
Department of English, Columbia University (March 27th, 2014).
The Gift of Poetry: From Wordsworth to Baudelaire. Fox Center
for Humanistic Inquiry, Emory University (November 14th, 2013).
Benjamins Experience of Collecting. Seminar: Baudelaire and
Benjamin, Department of Comparative Literature, Emory
University (November 6th, 2013).

PRESENTATIONS
Forgiving Poetic Language, ACLA, University of Washington
(March 27th, 2015).
The Duty of Maternal Generosity in Wordsworth. NASSR,
Georgetown University (July 10th, 2014).
Learning to Give: Emerson and the Incalculable. ACLA, New
York University (March 23rd, 2014).
Participant in the London Graduate School Summer Academy in
the Critical Humanities, (July 24-27th, 2013).
Donner le souvenir: The Gift of Memory in Baudelaires Morale
du joujou. Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, North
Carolina State University (October 12, 2012).
Donner la ferme: Economy and the Gift in Walden. Derrida
Today Conference, University of California, Irvine (July 12, 2012).

SERVICE
2014- PRESENT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
Member of Language Instruction Committee
2008-2013

2014 Present

EMORY UNIVERSITY

Co-President and Founder of Comparative Literature Seminar


Series 2010 2011
Director of Undergraduate Theory Reading Group 2009 2011

Rosenthal

Research Assistant to Shoshana Felman, Woodruff Professor of


Comparative Literature, 2008-2010.

COURSE DESIGN

AND

TEACHING

2014-PRESENT INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, TEXAS


A&M UNIVERSITY
Spring 2015
English/Modern Languages 222: World
Literature
Postcolonial Poetic Ecologies
French 101
Fall 2014

English/Modern Languages 222: World Literature


Literary Environments
French 101

2008-2013
Fall 2011

GRADUATE STUDENT, EMORY UNIVERSITY


Comparative Literature 110
Imagining the Human: Pygmalion and Art (writing

course)
Spring 2011
Comparative Literature 202: Renaissance to
Modern
Irony and the Essence of Laughter
Fall 2010

French 101

Fall 2009 Comparative Literature 110


The Spectacle and Death (writing course)

LANGUAGES
English (native); French (fluent); German (reading competence);
Ancient Greek (basic
Geoffrey Bennington
knowledge)
Asa G. Candler Professor of Modern French
Thought
REFERENCES
Emory University
gbennin@emory.edu
404 727 4578
Elissa Marder
Deborah Elise White
Professor of French and Comparative
Associate Professor of English and CPLT
Literature
Emory University
Emory University
dwhite2@emory.edu
emarder@emory.edu
404 727 8103
404 727 0465
David Wills
Professor of French
Brown University
David_Wills@brown.edu

Rosenthal

Branka Arsic
Professor of English and Comparative literature
Columbia University
ba2406@columbia.edu
212 854 6404
Cathy Caruth
Frank H.T. Rhodes Professor of Humane Letters
Cornell University
cc694@cornell.edu
607 255 9308