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Jane Franklin

Douglas-Kelly Professor of English

267-861-5317

jane_franklin@gmail.com

Summary

Proactive lecturer and researcher with 10+ years of experience teaching courses on undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Supervised 22 BA theses, 9 MA theses, and 2 PhD dissertations. Edited and co-authored 3 monographs on contemporary trends in drama and performative arts. Published over 30 articles in peer-reviewed journals.

Education

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, PhD in Comparative Literature

The Department of Modern Laguages

2000-08 - 2008-05

  • Thesis title: “The Lesbianism of Marcel Proust: An Analysis of the Traits of Female Queer Culture in In Search of Lost Time”
  • Thesis supervisor: Professor George Swan

City University of New York, New York, NJ, MA in English

The Department of English

1999-08 - 2000-05

  • Graduated summa cum laude
  • Thesis title: "Thom Gunn's Peculiar (Post)modernism: An Analysis of Gunn's Late Works in Comparison to the Ideas and Values of the Movement"
  • Thesis supervisor: Professor Anne Plath

Academic achievements:

  • Dean's List 2000
  • Awarded "Best Thesis in Modern Languages" 2000

University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, BA in American Studies

1996-09 - 1999-07

Professional Appointments

Douglas-Kelly Professor of English

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

2014-07 present

Taught a total of 18 undergraduate and 9 postgraduate courses, mainly focused on contemporary conceptual drama and performative arts, as well as experimental poetry and fiction. Supervised 12 MA theses. Member of the Postgraduate Studies Board from 2014 to 2017.

Professor Assistant of English

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

2008-08 - 2013-01

Assisted in developing and executing core curriculum requirements for over 20 under- and postgraduate courses. Supervised 16 BA theses and 6 MA theses.

Books

The Rustle of Language. New York: Hill and Wang

Sexual Politics in Post-2000 American Drama. Woodstock and New York: The Overlook Press

The Man Who Fell Asleep: Structural Analysis of Narrative. New York: W. W. Norton & Co.

Book Chapters

"Difficulties with Girls." In Philip Larkin, edited by Stephen Regan. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, and London: Macmillan Press Ltd., 2015.

"Southern Gentle Lady Do Not Swoon." In Langston Hughes: The Man and His Work, edited by Michael Tomaszewski. Londong and New York: Faber & Faber, 2012

Selected peer-reviewed journal articles

“Livy and the Pax Deum,” Classical Philology 111, no. 2 (April 2016): 170.

“Conundrum: A Story about Reading,” New England Review 38, no. 1 (2016): 212, Project MUSE.

 “I Have Fucked the Pig That Was in the Icebox,” Verso Magazine 8, no. 4 (2015): 91.

 “Don't Go Back to Dalston,” Poor Indie Music Review 69, no. 5 ( June 2015): 420.

"She Sells Sea Shells by the Sea Shore," Futile, Unrewarding, and Void 18 (March 2011): 37.

Other publications

“The Prophet of Dystopia.” New Yorker, April 17, 2017.

“Snap Makes a Bet on the Cultural Supremacy of the Camera.” New York Times, March 8, 2014. https://www.nytimes.com/this-is-a-fake-url/technology/snap-makes-a-bet-on-the-cultural-supremacy-of-the-camera.html.

The Squishy, Sugary History of Peeps.” Vox, April 11, 2012. http://www.vox.com/culture/2017/4/11/15209084/peeps-easter.

Grants and Fellowships

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Douglas Kelly Fellowship

2014-07 - present

New-York Historical Society

NEH Fellowship

2013-09 - 2014-03

ACLS

Public Fellowship for Recent PhDs

2008-12 - 2009-12

The American Philosophical Society Library

Library Resident Research Fellowship

2007-10 - 2008-02

Awards & Honors

National Humanities Medal, 2016

Winner, 2016 Ruskin Society Book Prize

Honorable Mention, 2015 PROSE Award for Textbook/Best in Social Sciences

Winner, 2013 Choice Outstanding Academic Title

Honorable Mention, 2011 PROSE Award for Single Volume Reference in the Humanities and Social Sciences

2008 Fulbright Award in Humanities / University of Chicago

Languages

English - Native/billingual

German - Native/billingual

French - Full professional proficiency

Italian - Advanced

Spanish - Intermediate

Arabic - Can read with dictionary

Russian - Can read with dictionary

Software

  • MS Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop, Studica, JourneyEd, Lucidea, Atriuum, Koha ILS
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Academic CV

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Rick Grimes

Junior Editorial Assistant

202-555-0115

richard.f.grimes@gmail.com

Objective

MA Student in English at Stanford University, made the Dean’s List for three consecutive years (2014-2016), with two study abroad experiences and a semester-long research internship in Oxford, UK looking to use my strong research and writing skills, as well as my expertise in contemporary literature in the position of Editorial Assistant at Penguin Random House.

Work Experience

Editorial Intern

Faber and Faber, Stanford

2015-06 - 2017-09

  • Assisted in hiring and managing a pool of freelancers as needed, including development editors, copy editors, proofreaders, indexers, recipe testers, and technical editors, including remote and on-site employees.
  • Assisted in the development, design, and preparation of sales materials.
  • Collected and distributed incoming mail and processed outgoing mail.
  • Served as the primary contact for incoming phone calls.
  • Provide general and editorial support to the Stanford staff as requested.

Education

MA in English, Stanford University

2017-09

  • Expected to graduate in 2018
  • 95 GPA
  • Favorite fields of study: American Poetry: From Modernism to Postmodernism, Creative Expression in Writing, Creative Nonfiction
  • Thesis title: "An Analysis of the Impact of 1940s Blues Culture on the Poetic Expression of the Members of Harlem Reneissance"

Key achievement: Awarded $15,000 2017 Drue Heinz Literature Prize for a collection of short stories "Your Latest Trick."

BA in Comparative Litarature, Stanford University

2013-08 – 2017-06

  • 9 GPA
  • Favorite fields of study: Introduction to Literary Study: Comparison, Cosmopolitanism, and the Global Novel, Literature Gone Viral, Digital Humanities, Radical Arts, Re-thinking Derrida, Being as a Spectacle
  • Thesis title: "Towards the Derridian Decostruction of the Notion 'Biography' on the Basis of Julian Barnes' 1984 novel 'Flaubert's Parrot'"

Extracurricular activities and achievements:

  • Dean's List 2014-2016
  • President of the undergraduate student board from 2015 to 2016.
  • Started and ran a discussion club on Russian Postmodernist Literature.
  • Chief Editor of the University Blog from 2015 to 2017.

Skills

  • Academic Writing, Literary Criticism, Research, Creative Writing, Editing

Awards and Honors

2017-02 2016 Drue Heinz Literature Prize

2016-06 Dean's List, Stanford University

2015-06 Dean's List, Stanford University

2014-06 Dean's List, Stanford University

Languages

Russian (bilingual)

French (advanced)

Spanish (advanced)

Portugese (intermediate)

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Olav Berg

218-654-0042

OlavBerg@rhyta.com

Profile

Art Lecturer with 10+ years of experience in facilitating learning in the fine arts focusing on contemporary artists who use digital media as a tool for photographic practice. Specialist in the communication of visual ideas through computer, digital camera and hybrid practice with a basis in photography as a medium for creating art. Active, exhibiting artist with portfolio of work available upon request. Contributed to 20% increase in BFA students taking up post-graduate studies and 15% increase in average test scores. Winner of Fine Art Photography Award 2017 in seascape category. Seeking to leverage my passion and expertise in the role of Photography Lecturer at Central Michigan University.

Education

2008 MFA in Visual Art, Major in Expanded Media

Department of Visual Art

University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

Thesis Exhibition: “Shadows of Automation: Landscape with Metaphysical St George”

Faculty Mentor Professor Maria Velasco

2005 BFA in Visual Art, Major in Expanded Media

Department of Visual Art

University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

Graduated summa cum laude

2001 BA in French

Department of French, Francophone & Italian Studies

University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

Graduated with Honors in French

Professional Appointments

Sep 2014–Present Assistant Professor, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Sep 2011–Aug 2014 Lecturer, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA

Sep 2008–Aug 2011 Research Associate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV

Grants and Awards

2019 Oregon Arts Commission Individual Artist Fellowship for Juxtaposed Manifesto of Superficial Matter

2018 Shortlisted: San Francisco Foundation Visual Arts Award for Eroded Sunset on Geopoliticus Component

2017 Winner: San Francisco Foundation Visual Arts Award for Melancholic Response with Dimensionality

2016 Shortlisted: Winter Solstice Juried Art Exhibition, Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Novato, CA for The Electronic Venus

2015 American Express Cultural Heritage Grant for Work and Soul a Matter of Death

2014 Winner: Sunniest Place on Earth All Media Juried Show, Yuma, AZ for Still Life with Undefined Contrast

2012 Artist Grant, California Arts Council for The Repulsive Metamorphosis - Kafka Rebooted

2010 Shortlisted: Fish and Wildlife Conservation Art Contest, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for Wild at Heart

2009 Winner: SD Arts Prize for Muse Ecstasy Reconsidered

Selected Exhibitions

2019 Two-Person Exhibition, Forthright Dualities in Didactic Discourse, Cumberbatch Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (with mixed media artist Tarquin St Clair)

2018 Solo Exhibition, Craven Poet in the Distance, Venn Exhibition Space, San Francisco, CA

2017 Solo Exhibition, Ode to Aesthetic Knowledge, KC Gallery, San Diego,, CA

2016 Manifesto of Metaphysical Hope, Shortland Gallery, San Diego, CA (curated by Maria Makunjuola)

2015 Solo Exhibition, The Modern Alteration, Green Grove Gallery, Valencia, CA

2014 Solo Exhibition, Theme from Enslaved Disgust, Althorp Gallery, San Jose, CA

2013 An Echo of Melancholy, Hemsworth Gallery, San Bernadino, CA (curated by Stanislava Janáková)

2012 Two-Person Exhibition, Summation and Summation, Dry Gulch Gallery, Bakersfield, CA (with sculptor Luiza Souza)

2011 Landscape with Linear Exclusion, Silverado Gallery, Reno, NV (curated by Corey Masterson)

2010 Solo Exhibition, Apropos in Biscuit, Silverado Gallery, Reno, NV

2009 Solo Exhibition, Embarrassed Ego Fractionated, New Masters Gallery, Hawthorne, NV

2008 MFA Thesis Exhibition, Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

Commissions

2017 Public Art Commission, Velut arbor aevo, hybrid photographic mural, Bakersfield Nature Center, Bakersfield, CA

2014 Corporate Art Commission, Diente Blanco Grande, mixed media mural, Access Dental Corporation Headquarters, Sacramento, CA

2012 Public Art Commission, Sentiment Life Fractionated, photographic mural, San Bernadino Town Hall, San Bernardino, CA

Collections

Ashmore Collection, Long Beach, CA

Clifton Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Dennis Amenaza Collection, Las Vegas, NV

Bibliography

  1. C. Siete, “Grayscale grandeur: Winter Photo Fair Success,” San BernardinoPost,

San Bernardino, CA, Feb 13, 2016. 76.

Brick Tamlyn, “Wilderness Photography Prize,” KNK-TV, Palm Springs, CA, July 7, 2014.

Dennis Chang, “Jury Prizes,” Art Attack, May 16, 2013. http://artattack.com/archived/art-77092

Publications

“Faulkner Envisioned: Depictions of Southern Gothic,” The Tennessee Fine Art Digest, Tyrone Banks and Irma Watson, eds. (Knoxville, TN: Northern Tennessee University Press, 2014): 107–135.

“Mixed Media as Literary Critique,” New Visions, April 2013,. 86–97.

“Vade Retro Satana - The Art of Exorcism,” Ars Heretica, March 2012. www.arsheretica.com/contributor/kecharm/

Representation

Brutum Fulmen Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

References

Charlotte Jameson

Distinguished Professor

UCLA Department of Art

Broad Art Center, Suite 2275

240 Charles E. Young Drive

Los Angeles, CA 90095-1615

(310) 825-3388

cjameson@arts.ucla.edu

Professional Service

Board of Trustees, Long Beach Painters Guild, Long Beach, CA

Professional Organizations

College Art Association

National Association for the Visual Arts

Photographic Society of America

Foreign Languages

French—Fluent

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Artist CV

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Jane Franklin

Douglas-Kelly Professor of English

267-861-5317

jane_franklin@gmail.com

Summary

Proactive lecturer and researcher with 10+ years of experience teaching courses on undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Supervised 22 BA theses, 9 MA theses, and 2 PhD dissertations. Edited and co-authored 3 monographs on contemporary trends in drama and performative arts. Published over 30 articles in peer-reviewed journals.

Education

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, PhD in Comparative Literature

The Department of Modern Laguages

2000-08 - 2008-05

  • Thesis title: “The Lesbianism of Marcel Proust: An Analysis of the Traits of Female Queer Culture in In Search of Lost Time”
  • Thesis supervisor: Professor George Swan

City University of New York, New York, NJ, MA in English

The Department of English

1999-08 - 2000-05

  • Graduated summa cum laude
  • Thesis title: "Thom Gunn's Peculiar (Post)modernism: An Analysis of Gunn's Late Works in Comparison to the Ideas and Values of the Movement"
  • Thesis supervisor: Professor Anne Plath

Academic achievements:

  • Dean's List 2000
  • Awarded "Best Thesis in Modern Languages" 2000

University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, BA in American Studies

1996-09 - 1999-07

Professional Appointments

Douglas-Kelly Professor of English

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

2014-07 present

Taught a total of 18 undergraduate and 9 postgraduate courses, mainly focused on contemporary conceptual drama and performative arts, as well as experimental poetry and fiction. Supervised 12 MA theses. Member of the Postgraduate Studies Board from 2014 to 2017.

Professor Assistant of English

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

2008-08 - 2013-01

Assisted in developing and executing core curriculum requirements for over 20 under- and postgraduate courses. Supervised 16 BA theses and 6 MA theses.

Books

The Rustle of Language. New York: Hill and Wang

Sexual Politics in Post-2000 American Drama. Woodstock and New York: The Overlook Press

The Man Who Fell Asleep: Structural Analysis of Narrative. New York: W. W. Norton & Co.

Book Chapters

"Difficulties with Girls." In Philip Larkin, edited by Stephen Regan. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, and London: Macmillan Press Ltd., 2015.

"Southern Gentle Lady Do Not Swoon." In Langston Hughes: The Man and His Work, edited by Michael Tomaszewski. Londong and New York: Faber & Faber, 2012

Selected peer-reviewed journal articles

 “Livy and the Pax Deum,” Classical Philology 111, no. 2 (April 2016): 170.

 “Conundrum: A Story about Reading,” New England Review 38, no. 1 (2016): 212, Project MUSE.

 “I Have Fucked the Pig That Was in the Icebox,” Verso Magazine 8, no. 4 (2015): 91.

 “Don't Go Back to Dalston,” Poor Indie Music Review 69, no. 5 ( June 2015): 420.

"She Sells Sea Shells by the Sea Shore," Futile, Unrewarding, and Void 18 (March 2011): 37.

Other publications

 “The Prophet of Dystopia.” New Yorker, April 17, 2017.

 “Snap Makes a Bet on the Cultural Supremacy of the Camera.” New York Times, March 8, 2014. https://www.nytimes.com/this-is-a-fake-url/technology/snap-makes-a-bet-on-the-cultural-supremacy-of-the-camera.html.

 “The Squishy, Sugary History of Peeps.” Vox, April 11, 2012. http://www.vox.com/culture/2017/4/11/15209084/peeps-easter.

Grants and Fellowships

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Douglas Kelly Fellowship

2014-07 - present

New-York Historical Society

NEH Fellowship

2013-09 - 2014-03

ACLS

Public Fellowship for Recent PhDs

2008-12 - 2009-12

The American Philosophical Society Library

Library Resident Research Fellowship

2007-10 - 2008-02

Awards & Honors

2016 National Humanities Medal, 2016

2016 Winner, 2016 Ruskin Society Book Prize

2015 Honourable Mention, 2015 PROSE Award for Textbook/Best in Social Sciences

2013 Winner, 2013 Choice Outstanding Academic Title

2011 Honourable Mention, 2011 PROSE Award for Single Volume Reference in the Humanities and Social Sciences

2008 Fulbright Award in Humanities / University of Chicago

Languages

English - Native/billingual

German - Native/billingual

French - Full professional proficiency

Italian - Advanced

Spanish - Intermediate

Arabic - Can read with dictionary

Russian - Can read with dictionary

Software

  • MS Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop, Studica, JourneyEd, Lucidea, Atriuum, Koha ILS
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Professor CV

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Alessandra Lucchese

PhD Candidate

718-555-1234

ale.lucchese@gmail.com

Education

Master of Science in Global Finance

NYU Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York, NY

2017-2018

  • GPA: 3.95/4.00 cumulative
  • Thesis Title: "Financial Innovation in Europe and Asia: A Comparative Look at the East vs West."
  • Relevant Coursework: Global Macro and Asian Markets, Foundations of Corporate Finance, Foundations of Investments, Asset Allocation, Derivatives Markets, Fixed Income Instruments and Markets, Applied Corporate Finance and Valuation.

Bachelor of Science in Finance

New York University, New York, NY

2012-2016

  • GPA: 3.95/4.00 cumulative, magna cum laude.
  • Thesis Title: "How Have the 'Big 4' US Banks Impacted the Growth of Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses After the Great Recession?"
  • Relevant Coursework: Microeconomics, Business Accounting, International Banking, Investing, Real Estate Finance.
  • Awards: Dean’s List 2015 & 2016.

Teaching and Research Experience

Finance After-School Tutor

Afternoon Buddies, New York, NY

2018-01 – 2019-02

  • Tutored undergrads needing remediation on fundamentals of finance and statistics.
  • Gave once-weekly lectures on finance at high schools in low income neighborhoods.

Research Assistant

New York University, New York, NY

2017-03 – 2017-10

  • Worked as a research assistant on team led by Dr. Patrick Palmer investigating financial and statistical anomalies in suburban New York towns.

Grants

Role: Financial Research Assistant

Amount: $30,000

Funding Source: American Finance Researcher's Foundation

Project Title: Subprime South Asian Markets Study SCM-II

Funding Period: 2017

Academic Publications

2017-11 Smith J, Whistler R, Lucchese A, Adams A. “Financial Game Theory: Can Analysts Use Game Theory Methods to Determine Cost Fluctuations?” NYU Press. November 2017.

Skills

  • Project Management & Organization
  • Analysis & Problem-Solving
  • Research & Information Management
  • Statistical Modeling Software Programs

Professional Affiliations

  • Association for Financial Professionals
  • Risk Management Association
  • Society for Financial Studies

Leadership Activities

Editor-in-Chief of NYU Weekly Newsletter

2015–2016

  • Managed a writing team of over a dozen students.
  • Increased readership by 25% by spearheading mobile app version.

Languages

Italian – Native Proficiency

French – Limited Working Proficiency

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Graduate School CV

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Thomas Blumenthal

Public Relations Specialist

Personal Info

202-555-0173

thomas.j.blumenthal@gmail.com

Results-driven Penn graduate in Journalism and Social Communication seeking to leverage two years of internship and freelancing PR experience with Newton Software Communications Team. Experienced in producing engaging online content (see my portfolio here) and press releases for tech start-ups and local IT companies. Non-profit blogger at www.pr-matters.wordpress.com. Interested in new digital PR solutions including automatization of customer relations and productivity increase in generating leads in international digital and traditional media outlets.

Skills Summary

RESEARCH

Able to work with many kinds of clients in a wide variety of fields. Excellent at researching clients' brands, industries, and markets very quickly and efficiently.

WRITING

Skilled at writing all types of Public Relations texts: press releases, blog posts, bulletins, emailing campaigns (outreach emails, sales emails, engagement emails). Able to produce up to 3,500 words of great, unique content on a daily basis.

CREATIVITY

Able to come up with innovative solutions to all types of problems and crises. Excellent in designing and implementing both ATL and BTL Public Relations and Marketing campaigns in collaboration with graphic designers and art directors.

SOCIAL MEDIA RELATIONS

Proficient at managing social media relations across all major social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, Google+.

TIME MANAGEMENT

Able to juggle multiple clients and projects. Have mastered prioritizing deadlines and task. Great at physical office administration and organizing paperwork.

Experience

Public Relations Intern

Adidas Originals, Philadelphia, PA

2017-09 – present

Office Assistant

Ogilvy and Mather, Philadelphia, PA

2015-06 – 2015-08

Education

University of Pennsylvania, MA in Journalism and Social Communications

2012-08 – 2017-05

Software

  • MS Office Suite, WordPress, Adobe PS, InDesign

Languages

English – Native/bilingual

Hebrew – Native/bilingual

German – Full working proficiency

Spanish – Intermediate

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Functional CV

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