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DENNIS MOORE, Associate Professor and University Distinguished Teaching Professor, Ph.D. North Carolina (1990), specializes in the literature and culture of eighteenth-century America and in U.S. literature to 1900 as well as in African American literature. Affiliated faculty, History of Text Technologies program. He serves as instigator of the American Studies Association's Early American Matters Caucus and is immediate past president of the A.S.A.'s largest regional chapter, "SASA" — which met in early 2013 in Charleston. For seven years he served as Faculty Director of FSU's Bryan Hall Learning Community, and he is also a past president of the interdisciplinary Society of Early Americanists. Click here for details about the presentation he gave, mid-April 2012, and here to read his presidential address at the SEA's 2007 joint conference, at Williamsburg + Jamestown, with the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture.


Presentations (including one at the Library of Congress and another as a Road Scholar : ) and a panel on the John Harvard Library Crèvecoeur, which builds on the strengths of More Letters!

Two decades and counting: quite the array of interdisciplinary colloquies [click here for list-in-progress]



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