Lindsay N. Knapp, M.A.
M.A., The College of New Jersey
B.A., Douglass College, Rutgers University
Research interests include rhetoric and composition, contemporary poetry, Buddhism and American poetry, and American drama.
“Eugene O’Neill: Compulsory Masculinity in Hairy Ape, Anna Christie, and The Iceman Cometh” Anthology of Critical Essays on Nobel Laureate Playwrights in World Literature.
“Jezebel’s: A Place for Conformity and Subversion.” MP Online Feminist Journal. [academinist.org]
“Zen and the Art of Micro-press Printing: Interview with Brian Teare” (Dec 2011), Apiary Magazine Online. [apiarymagazine.com]
“Review of Alice Notley Reading” (Nov 2011), Apiary Magazine Online. [apiarymagazine.com]
“That’s Amore: New Poetry Series Comes to Milano Pizzeria” (Sept 2011) Apiary Magazine Online. [apiarymagazine.com]
“The Influence of Zen Buddhism on the Development of Joanne Kyger’s Poetry.” SWTX PCA/ACA Conference, 2011.
“The Ecofeminist Perspective in Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth,” Kean University Thornton Wilder Conference, October 2010.
“The Trafficking of Women Across Time and Space in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale,” University of Rhode Island Literature Conference, April 2010.
Joseph and Florence Vorhees Cejka Fellowship, Douglass College Alumnae, 2012
Key West Literary Seminar Scholarship, 2010