Brittain Fellow Golden to Give Keynote at the Middle Georgia State College’s undergraduate conference called “In the Margins” on March 20.
Golden, who received her PhD from the University of Washington, does research on poetry, Anglo-American Modernism, digital humanities, and composition.
Golden has written numerous articles on modernist poets, including 'Living in the Margins: Sylvia Plath's College Reading.' This paper examines Plath's marginalia in her student books, held at Smith College, Indiana University, and Emory University alongside her own notebooks and her professors' lectures in order to address Plath's responses to literary modernism.
Golden is also the author of Annotating Modernism: Marginalia and Pedagogy from Virginia Woolf to the Confessional Poets (Ashgate, 2015), the editor of The Business of Words: Reassessing Anne Sexton (Florida, 2016), and the book review editor of Woolf Studies Annual.
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