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|Edward H. Butler Professor of Literature|
|Research interests:||Poetry, Emily Dickinson, Modernism and modernist poets (especially Marianne Moore, Mina Loy, Else Lasker-Schuler), the American Civil War, nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American literature|
|Institutional affiliation:||University at Buffalo, SUNY|
|Office location:||Clemens 320|
|Membership status:|| Charter member|
|Digital projects:||none at present|
PhD University of Chicago 1980.
Books published on Dickinson, Moore, and modernism in New York and Berlin, and editions on poetry and theory, Dickinson, Moore, American Civil War poetry, and "the women and language debate." Strong interests in literary editing, and some experience along these lines in print: Marianne Moore's Selected Letters (co-edited with Bonnie Costello and Celeste Goodridge, Knopf 1997) and Words for the Hour: A New Anthology of American Civil War Poetry (co-edited with Faith Barrett, University of Massachusetts Press, 2005). I hope within the next few years to develop a hypertextual electronic edition or archive of a modernist poet or poets, in conjunction with materials located in the UB Poetry Collection.
Hypertextual electronic editions/archives/