Episodes
Wendy Moffat discusses “The Archival "I": Forster, Isherwood, and the Future of Queer Biography.” Moffat is Professor of English at Dickinson College. This lecture was included in the session titled, “21st Century Isherwood.”
Published 11/14/15
Doug Armato discusses "Christopher Isherwood: In and Out of Print.” Armato is Director at University of Minnesota Press. This lecture was included in the session titled, “21st Century Isherwood.”
Published 11/14/15
Lois Cucullu discusses "A Queer Progress: Christopher Isherwood, Sexual Exceptionalism, and Thirties Berlin.” Cucullu is Professor of English at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. This lecture was included in the session titled, "Isherwood and the Creation of the Queer Self."
Published 11/14/15
Barrie Jean Borich discusses "Christopher and His Nonfictions: Isherwood’s American Eye and the Origins of Contemporary Memoir.” Borich is the American author of "Body Geographic" and other literary nonfiction books including "My Lesbian Husband." This lecture was included in the session titled, "Isherwood and the Creation of the Queer Self."
Published 11/14/15
Jaime Harker discusses "Queer Expatriatism, Transpacific Los Angeles, and Christopher Isherwood’s Queer Sixties.” Harker is an associate professor of English at the University of Mississippi. This lecture was included in the session titled, "Isherwood and the Creation of the Queer Self."
Published 11/14/15
Jamie Carr discusses "The "Art" of Living: Writing as Transformative Spiritual Practice in Isherwood’s, "My Guru and His Disciple." Carr associate professor of English and the Director of the liberal arts program at Niagara University. This lecture was included in the session titled, "Isherwood and the Spiritual Life."
Published 11/13/15
Victor Marsh discusses "Enlarging their clearing in the jungle": The (Modest) Significance of "My Guru and His Disciple.” Marsh is Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Queensland. This lecture was included in the session titled, "Isherwood and the Spiritual Life."
Published 11/13/15
Bidhan Roy discusses "In Search of a Spiritual Home: Christopher Isherwood and Vedanta”. Roy is Professor of English at California State University, Los Angeles. This lecture was included in the session titled, "Isherwood and the Spiritual Life."
Published 11/13/15
Carola M. Kaplan discusses "Isherwood’s “Jolly Corner” in “Down There on a Visit” : The Christopher Who Was Encounters the Christopher Who Might Have Been”. Kaplan is Professor of English Emerita, California State University, Pomona. This lecture was included in the session titled, "Reconsidering Isherwood in the 1950s and ‘60s."
Published 11/13/15
Robert Caserio discusses "Re-assessing the Context of "The World in the Evening"; or, Literary History is Not History." Caserio is Professor of English at The Pennsylvania State University. This lecture was included in the session titled, "Reconsidering Isherwood in the 1950s and ‘60s."
Published 11/13/15
Lisa Colletta discusses "Isherwood as Travel Writer." Colletta is Full Professor of English Literature and Director of the Communication and English Program at the American University of Rome. This lecture was included in the session titled, "Reconsidering Isherwood in the 1950s and ‘60s."
Published 11/13/15
Steve Hindle welcomes participants and attendees to the "My Self in a Transitional State" Isherwood in California" conference, held at the Huntington Library on November 13–14, 2015. Hindle is the W. M. Keck Foundation Director of Research at The Huntington.
Published 11/13/15
Sue Hodson and James Berg deliver the the opening remarks to the "My Self in a Transitional State" Isherwood in California" conference, held at the Huntington Library on November 13–14, 2015. Hodson is Curator, Literary Manuscripts at The Huntington. Berg is Dean, Arts and Sciences at College of the Desert.
Published 11/13/15