Anne Cavender

Associate Dean of Academic Programs and Curriculum
CAS Dean's Office

Anne Cavender

Education

2000 Ph.D., Comparative Literature, University of Washington

1995 M.A., Comparative Literature, University of Washington

1989 B.A., East Asian Studies, Middlebury College

Contact

Duke Hall
106
P: 909-748-8359
E: anne_cavender@redlands.edu

Experience

Associate Dean of Academic Programs 2018-present
College of Arts & Sciences, University of Redlands

Chair, Humanities Board, University of Redlands 2010-2013, 2016-2018

Chair, Department of English 2010-2013
College of Arts & Sciences, University of Redlands

Faculty Review Committee, University of Redlands 2008-2010 (Chair 2009-2010)

Publications

Literary Modernism and Progressive Education. Book manuscript in progress.

“The Aberrant is the Classic’: William Carlos Williams’s Philosophy of Education.” Revisions in progress.

Book Review: "Joyce on the Threshold," Anne Fogarty and Timothy Martin, eds. (UP Florida 2005). James Joyce Quarterly 44.3 (Spring 2007): 595-598. 

“The Ass & the Four: Oppositional Figures for the Reader in Finnegans Wake.” James Joyce Quarterly 41.4 (Summer 2004): 665-687.

Book Review: "Knowledge of Things Human and Divine: Vico’s New Science and Finnegans Wake,” by Donald Philip Verene. (Yale UP 2003). James Joyce Quarterly 41.3 (Spring 2004): 554-557. 

Awards, Honors, and Grants

Higher Education Leadership Program for Women, Summer Institute (HERS, Higher Education Resource Services, 2019)

External Grant Proposal Writing Fellowship (University of Redlands, 2017-18)
Supported humanities civic engagement/internship grant proposal writing.

Faculty Research Grant (University of Redlands 2017)
Supported research on D.H. Lawrence at the University of Nottingham & Sheffield City Archives.

Outstanding Teaching Award (Faculty Review Committee, University of Redlands, 2014)
Outstanding Teaching Award (Sigma Tau Delta Honors Society, University of Redlands, 2011)

Faculty Research Grant (University of Redlands 2007)
Supported research on William Carlos Williams at the SUNY-Buffalo archives.

Freeman Foundation ASIANetwork “College-in-Asia” Summer Institute Grant (2004)
Supported three-week on-site training for Redlands team to develop semester-long East Asia immersion course.

Invited Presentations

“Gender & Pedagogy in H.D.’s HERmione.” Modernist Studies Association Annual Meeting; Columbus 2018.

“ ‘Words from a Child’s Primer’: H.D. and Progressive Education.” Accepted for H.D. International Society Panel: H.D.’s Modernist Revolutions. Modernist Studies Association Annual Meeting; Boston 2015. 

“The Entomological Sublime in H.D. and William Carlos Williams.” Modernist Studies Association Annual Meeting; Long Beach, 2007.

“Erotic Hermeneutics in Williams and Joyce.” Co-organizer of panel and presenter. Modernist Studies Association Annual Meeting; Chicago, 2005.

“Modernist Pedagogies.” Modernist Studies Association Annual Meeting; Chicago, 2005.

“The Poetic Foundation of Civil Institutions in Giambattista Vico and Classical Chinese Poetics.” American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting; Penn State, 2005.

“’Everything We Know is a Local Virtue’: William Carlos Williams’s Paterson and the Act of Reading America.” American Literature Association Annual Meeting; Boston, 2005.

Affiliations

American Conference of Academic Deans
American Comparative Literature Association
Association for Asian Studies
Association of American University Professors 
Modernist Studies Association