PRESENTATIONS and PUBLICATIONS  

- Dodd Hall at Florida State University

Select Presentations & Publications

"Digital Strategies: Teaching Self-Branding to Undergraduates." Academy of Business Research Conference. San Antonio, Texas. October 30, 2019.

"'Find Me!' A Search Engine Optimization Project for Self-Marketing and Promotion." Marketing Management Association Conference. Chicago, IL. March 27-29, 2019. Published in Conference Proceedings.

“’Pity the Reader’: Classroom Strategies for Teaching Writing to Marketing Students.” Marketing Management Association Conference. Chicago, IL. April 18-20, 2018.

 

"Teaching Professionalism in the Marketing Classroom." Association of Marketing Theory and Practice.

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. March 14-17, 2018. Published in Conference Proceedings.

 

"The Age of Group Me and Yelp: Peer Review in the Marketing Classroom."  Academy of Business Research Conference. San Antonio, TX. November 2-4, 2017. WON BEST PAPER AWARD (session).

"Incorporating Professionalism Labs into Business Curriculum." Academy of Business Research Conference.

San Antonio, November 2-3, 2016.

Roundtable Colloquium. Custerology. Southern American Studies Association (SASA). Atlanta, GA. February

17-19, 2011.

 

“Recurring Lore:  African and Caribbean Tropes in the Literature of New Orleans.”  Society for the Study of Southern Literature (SSSL) Annual Conference.  New Orleans, LA.  April 8-11, 2010.

 

“‘Looking for the Join’:  Tracing Marie Laveau Conjure Lore in American Literature.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA) Annual Conference.  Atlanta, GA.  November 9-11, 2009.

 

2012  Book Chapter. "The Laveau Folk Heroine: Contemporary Fiction Revises the Slave Narrative." in Afterimages of Slavery. Ed. Marlene Allen. Jefferson, N.C. McFarland.

 

2009. "Interpreter of Maladies." Encyclopedia of American Popular Fiction. Ed. Geoff Hamilton and Brian Jones. New York: Facts on File.

2007. "Jewell Parker Rhodes." African American Women Writers. Ed. Yolanda Page. Greenwood Press. Winner of the New York Library Association Best Reference Award, 2007.

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