Daniel R. Schwarz
Curriculum Vitae


BIBLIOGRAPHY


AUTHORED BOOKS

Disraeli's Fiction (London: Macmillan Press; NY: Barnes & Noble, 1979).
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Conrad: "Almayer's Folly" to "Under Western Eyes" (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press; London: Macmillan, 1980).
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Conrad: The Later Fiction (London: Macmillan; Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press, 1982).
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The Humanistic Heritage: Critical Theories of the English Novel from James to Hillis Miller (London: Macmillan; Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1986; revised, 1989). Also in paperback.
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Reading Joyce's "Ulysses" (London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987; revised, 1991). Also in paperback. (Centenary edition with new Preface and bibliography to commemorate the 100th anniversary of June 16, 2004 [London: Macmillan; New York: Palgrave, 2004])
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The Transformation of the English Novel, 1890-1930: Studies in Hardy, Conrad, Joyce, Lawrence, Forster, and Woolf. (London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989). Revised second and paperback edition, 1995.
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The Case for a Humanistic Poetics (London: Macmillan; Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991). Also in paperback.
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Narrative and Representation in the Poetry of Wallace Stevens: "A Tune Beyond Us, Yet Ourselves" (London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993). Also in paperback. Chosen by Choice as an outstanding book of 1993.
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Reconfiguring Modernism: Explorations In the Relationship Between Modern Art and Literature, (St. Martin's Press: New York; London: Macmillan, 1997). Also in paperback.
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Imagining the Holocaust (New York: St. Martin's Press; London, Macmillan), 1999; Revised paperback edition, 2000.
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Rereading Conrad (Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press), spring 2001. Also in paperback.
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Broadway Boogie Woogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of New York Culture (New York: Palgrave), 2003.
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Reading the Modern British and Irish Novel 1890-1930 (Malden, Mass. and Oxford, UK: Blackwell, 2005); also in paperback
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In Defense of Reading: Teaching Literature in the Twenty-First Century (Walden, Mass. and Oxford, UK: Blackwell, 2008) Also in paperback.
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Endtimes? Crisis and Turmoil at the New York Times:1999-2009, (SUNY Press, forthcoming. February 2011)
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BOOKS FORTHCOMING OR BOOKS IN PROGRESS (AUTHOR):

Reading the European Novel: A Critical Study of Major Works from Cervantes'
        Don Quixote to di Lampedusa's The Leopard
, Two volumes (under
        contract with Wiley-Blackwell).
        
Volume One: Reading the European Novel to 1900 (Includes, among others, works by Cervantes, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Flaubert, Balzac, Stendhal, Zola), Forthcoming and in Production
         
Volume Two: Reading the Modern European Novel (Includes, among others,
Works by Proust, Camus, Mann, Kafka. di Lampedusa, Bassani, Kertesz, Pamuk, Saramago)

EDITED BOOKS:

James Joyce's "The Dead": A Case Study of Contemporary Criticism (New York: Bedford Division of St. Martin's Press, 1994).
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I have written three essays for this volume: the bibliographical and historical introduction, the critical overview, and "Gabriel Conroy's Psyche: Character as Concept in Joyce's 'The Dead.'"

Narrative and Culture (with Janice Carlisle) (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1994; reissued 2010).
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Joseph Conrad's "The Secret Sharer": A Case Study in Contemporary Criticism (New York: Bedford Division of St. Martin's Press), 1997.
  [The Macmillan Press Homepage for this Book]

I have written three essays for this volume: the bibliographical and historical introduction, the critical overview, and "'The Secret Sharer' as an Act of Memory"

General Editor, Series entitled Reading the Novel, New York and London: Wiley-Blackwell, ten volumes. Seven of the ten contracted volumes have been published: myReading the Modern British and Irish Novel 1890-1930; Harry E. Shaw and Alison Case, Reading the Nineteenth Century Novel; Brian Shaffer, Reading the English Novel, 1950-2000; G. R. Thompson, Reading the American Novel, 1865-1914; Shirley Samuels, Reading the American Novel, 1780-1865; James Phelan, Reading the American Novel, 1920-2010; Liam Harte, Reading the Contemporary Irish Novel, 1987-2007.
Volume One of my two volume Reading the European Novel is in production. Two other volumes are in progress. We will be contracting 2 more volumes in 2014 to bring the series to 12 volumes.

Consulting Editor, The Early Novels of Benjamin Disraeli, 6 vols. (London: Pickering and Chatto Publishers LTD), 2004
      I have written a 17,000 word General Introduction to the edition published in Vol. 1, Vivian Grey (1826-27)

Editor, Damon Runyon: Guys and Dolls and Other Writings (New York: Penguin Classics, 2008)
      I have written an essay as well as background material and annotations.
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FILMS, VIDEOS, DVDS:

Consultant, Elie Wiesel, PBS hour show, produced by Robert Gardner, November 2002. Available as PBS Home Video.

Consultant, DVD on Virginia Woolf, produced by Eric Young, Sparkhills Studio, 2003

Participant, Turning the Page, a short film about the Tompkins County Library, 2004

Filmed Interview on "The Significance of Damon Runyon", DVD Release of 1951 Feature Film, Bloodhouds of Broadway; DVD produced by Lisa van Eyssen, Cloverland, 2007.

Video book presentation and discussion, In Denfense of Reading: Teaching Literature in the Twenty-First Century, www.cornell.edu/video/detais.dfm?vidlD=378, Cornell University Campus Store, Nov. 2008.

DISTANT LEARNING WEB SITES AND INTERNET SCHOLARSHIP:

"In Defense of Reading: Teaching Literature in the Twenty-First Century," Cornell University video podcast, http://www.cornell.edu/mediavolume/events/2008/20081202-daniel-schwarz.m4v, 2008-.

"Imagining the Holocaust," web site with film of lecture, Cornell University Cybertower, 2001-

"Reading Joyce's Ulysses, web site with film of lecture, Cornell University Cybertower, 2003-

"Disraeli's Alroy" from my Disraeli's Fiction (New York: Macmillan, 1979), 42-51 and the pages on Alroy from "'Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin': Jewish Perspectives in Disraeli's Fiction," in Disraeli's Jewishness, ed. Todd M. Endelman and Tony Kushner (London and Portland, OR: Vallentine Mitchell, 2002), 44-49, in Benjamin Disraeli's Alroy, edited by Sheila A. Spector. To be published by Romantic Circles, gen. eds. Neil Fraistat, Steven E. Jones, Carl Stahmer. The web site is http://www.rc.umd.edu/editions/

Interview with Salon Magazine about musical version of Joyce's "The Dead," Aug. 1999.

"Broadway Boogie Woogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of New Yorker City Culture," film of short talk, Cornell University Cybertower Views and Reviews, Spring, 2003.

"Bloomsday (June 16): Reading Joyce's Ulysses," film of short talk, Cornell University Cybertower Views and Reviews, June, 2003.

"Damon Runyon" for The Literary Encyclopedia (http://www.litencyc.com).

"A High-Toned Christian Women," Modern American Poetry web site ed. Cary Nelson (http://www.english.uiuc.edu/maps/index.htm). Online Journal and Multimedia Companion to Anthology of Modern American Poetry, ed. Cary Nelson (Oxford University Press). Excerpted from Narrative and Representation in the Poetry of Wallace Stevens: "A Tune Beyond Us, Yet Ourselves" (London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993), pp. 82-83. (See http://www.english.uiuc.edu/maps/poets/s_z/stevens/christian.htm)

 

ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS IN COLLECTIONS:

"The Porcelain-Pattern Leitmotif in Meredith's The Egoist," Victorian Newsletter No. 33 (Spring 1968), 26-28.

"The Self-Deceiving Narrator of Conrad's 'Il Conde,'" Studies in Short Fiction 6 (Winter 1969), 187-93.

"Moral Bankruptcy in Ploumar Parish: A Study of Conrad's 'The Idiots,'" Conradiana 1 (Summer 1969), 113-17.

"The Lepidopterist's Revenge: Theme and Structure in Conrad's 'An Anarchist,'" Studies in Short Fiction 8 (Spring 1971), 330-34.

"The Unity of Eliot's 'Gerontion': The Failure of Meditation," Bucknell Review 19 (Spring 1971), 77-96; reprinted in T. S. Eliot, ed. Linda W. Wagner (NY: McGraw-Hill, 1974), 49-63.

"The Significance of the Narrator in Conrad's 'Falk: A Reminiscence,'" Tennessee Studies in Literature 16 (1971), 103-10.

"Journey to Patusan: The Education of Jim and Marlow in Lord Jim," Studies in the Novel 4 (Fall 1972), 442-58.

"The Narrator as Character in Hardy's Major Fiction," Modern Fiction Studies 18 (Summer 1972), 155-72.

"Art and Argument in Disraeli's Sybil," The Journal of Narrative Technique 4 (1974), 19-31.

"Rituals and Ceremonies of 'A Strange Old Man': A Reading of 'Martin Relph,'" Browning Society Notes 5 (March 1975), 17-25.

"'A Lonely Figure Walking Purposefully': The Significance of Captain Whalley in Conrad's The End of the Tether," Conradiana 7 (1975), 165-73.

"Progressive Dubiety: The Discontinuity of Disraeli's Political Trilogy," Victorian Newsletter 47 (Spring 1975), 12-19; reprinted in Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism, Vol. 2, ed. Laurie Lanzen Harris (Detroit: Gale, 1982), 152-54.

"Speaking of Paul Morel: Voice, Unity, and Meaning in Sons and Lovers," Studies in the Novel 8 (Fall 1976), 255-77. Reprinted in part in Sons and Lovers: A Critical Survey, ed. J.N.R. Saunders (Macdonald & Evans); reprinted in Sons and Lovers: A Critical Survey, ed. Harold Bloom (New York: Chelsea House, 1988).

"The Significance of the Language Teacher in Conrad's Under Western Eyes," The Journal of Narrative Technique 6 (1976), 101-15.

"Language as Value in The Secret Agent," Twentieth-Century Poetry, Fiction, Theory, ed. Harry Garvin (London & Lewisberg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 1977), 102-22.

"Conrad's Quarrel with Politics: The Disrupted Family in Nostromo," University of Toronto Quarterly 47 (Fall 1977), 37-55.

"Acts of Initiation in Conrad's Almayers Folly and An Outcast of the Islands," Ariel 8 (October 1977), 75-97.

"Achieving Self-Command: Theme and Value in Conrad's The Shadow-Line," Renascence 29 (Spring 1977), 131-41.

"The Necessary Voyage: Voice and Authorial Presence in The Nigger of the 'Narcissus,'" Modern British Literature 3 (Spring 1978), 35-47.

"'The Idea Embodied in the Cosmology': The Significance of Dorothy Van Ghent," Diacritics 8 (Fall 1978), 72-83.

"Beginnings and Endings in Hardy's Major Fiction," Critical Approaches to Thomas Hardy, ed. Dale Kramer (London: Macmillan; NY: Barnes & Noble, 1979), 17-35.

"'And the Wild Wings Were Raised': Sources and Meaning in Dylan Thomas' 'A Winter's Tale,'" Twentieth Century Literature 25 (Spring 1979), 85-98.

"Joseph Conrad" in Great Novelists of the English Language (London and NY: St. Martin's Press, 1980), 269-73; "Dylan Thomas" in Great Poets of the English Language (London and NY: St. Martin's Press, 1980), 995-97. Revised for The Reference Guide to English Literature (London and Chicago: St. James Press, 1991).

"Browning's Version of Modern Love: 'Bad Dreams. I-IV,'" Victorian Poetry 18 (Winter 1980), 400-406.

"Lawrence's Quest in The Rainbow," Ariel 11 (July 1980), 43-66.Reprinted in D. H. Lawrence: Critical Assessments, Vol. II, eds. David Ellis and Ornella de Zorda (East Sussex, England: Helms Information, 1992). Reprinted in Twentieth Century Literary Criticism: The Modern Tradition, ed. Jennifer Gariepy, Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1997.

"Joseph Conrad" in Encyclopedia of Short Fiction, ed. Frank McGill (Los Angeles, CA: Salem Press, 1981), 1182-88.

"'I Was the World in Which I Walked': The Transformation of the British Novel," The University of Toronto Quarterly 51:3 (Spring 1982), 279-97.

"The Importance of E.M. Forster's Aspects of the Novel," The South Atlantic Quarterly 82 (Spring 1983), 189-208; reprinted in part in the Twentieth Century British volume of The Chelsea House Library of Literary Criticism, ed. Harold Bloom (New York: Chelsea House, 1987), 694-5; Reprinted in E. M. Forster, ed. J. H. Stape (London: Helms. 1997)

"Recently Discovered Pseudonymous Disraeli Manuscript," Grantees Report of the American Philosophical Society (1982), 286-87.

"The Importance of Ian Watt's The Rise of the Novel," Journal of Narrative Technique 13:2 (Spring 1983), 59-73.

"Disraeli," in Victorian Novelists Before 1885, eds. William E. Fredeman & Ira B. Nadel (Detroit: Gale, 1983), 124-45.

"Reading as a Moral Activity: Wayne Booth's The Rhetoric of Fiction," The Sewanee Review 93:3 (Summer 1985), 480-85.

"The Originality of E.M. Forster," Modern Fiction Studies 29:4 (Winter 1983), 623-41. Reprinted in The Critical Cosmos, ed. Harold Bloom (New York: Chelsea House, 1989), 63-79

"The Consolation of Form: The Theoretical and Historical Significance of Frank Kermode's The Sense of an Ending," The Centennial Review 28:4-29:1 (Fall 1984-Winter 1985), 29-47.

"The Continuity of Conrad's Later Fiction," ed. Ross Murfin, Conrad Revisited: Essays for the Eighties (University, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 1985), 151-169.

"'Tell Us in Plain Words': An Introduction to Reading Joyce's Ulysses," Journal of Narrative Technique 17:1 (Winter 1987), 25-38.

"Disraeli Abroad: The Making of a 'Continental Mind,'" Creditable Warriors: English Literature and the Wider World, Vol. III, 1830-1876, ed. Michael Cotsell (London: The Ashfield Press; New York: Humanities Press, 1989), 53-66.

"The Ethics of Reading: The Case for Pluralistic and Transactional Reading," Novel 21:2,3 (Winter/Spring 1988), 197-218. Reprinted in Why the Novel Matters, ed. Mark Spilka and Carolina McCracken-Flesher (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990), 215-236.

"Humanistic Formalism: A Theoretical Defense," The Journal of Narrative Technique 18:1 (Winter 1988), 1-17.

"The Humanistic Heritage Revisited," English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 31:4 (1988), 515-19.

"Character and Characterization: An Inquiry," Journal of Narrative Technique 19:1 (Winter 1989), 84-105.

"The Case for a Humanistic Poetics" in Why the Novel Matters, ed. Mark Spilka and Caroline McCracken-Flesher (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990), 215-36.

"The Narrative of Paul de Man: Texts, Issues, Significance," Journal of Narrative Technique 20:2 (Spring 1990), 179-94.

"The Novel and Modern Criticism" in Encyclopedia of Literature and Criticism, eds. Martin Coyle, Peter Garside, Malcolm Kelsall, John Peck (Kent, UK: Routledge, 1991), 602-18.

"'Spiritually Inquisitive Images': Stevens's Lyric Sequence About the Poetic Process," Soundings 74:1-2 (Spring/Summer 1991), 128-40.

"Humanism," Benet's Reader's Encyclopedia of American Literature, eds. George and Barbara Perkins (New York: HarperCollins, 1991; new edition with my revised entry, 2001).

"Abroad as Metaphor: Conrad's Imaginative Transformation of Place," The Ends of the Earth: English Literature and the Wider World, Vol IV: 1976-1918, ed. Simon Gatrell (London: Ashfield Press; New York: The Humanities Press, 1992), 173-86.

"Marlow" in Major Literary Characters, ed. Harold Bloom (New York: Chelsea House, 1992), 42-6. This piece reprints sections from Conrad: The Later Fiction (New York: The Humanities Press, 1982).

"Teaching Heart of Darkness: Towards a Pluralistic Perspective," Conradiana 24:3 (1992), 190-206.

"'The Serenade of a Man who Plays a Blue Guitar': The Presence of Modern Painting in Stevens's Poetry," The Journal of Narrative Technique 22:2 (Spring 1992), 65-83.

"Canonicity, Culture and Pluralism: A Humanistic Perspective on Professing English," Texas Studies in Literature and Language 34:1 (Spring 1992), 149-75.

"Searching for Modernism's Genetic Code: Picasso, Joyce, and Stevens as a Cultural Configuration," Weber Studies: An Interdisciplinary Humanities Journal 10:1 (Winter 1993), 67-86.

"I Found Myself More Truly and More Strange': Art as Self-Discovery in the High Modernist Period," 1992-93 Seminars at the Center for Biographical Research, University of Hawaii at Manoa, ed. Elissa Mannheimer (Honolulu: Center for Biographical Research, 1993), 24-25.

"James's Theory of Fiction and its Legacy," in A Companion to Henry James Studies, ed. Daniel Fogel (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1993), 39-53.

"Disraeli's Sybil," in Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism, vol. 39 ed. Joann Cerrito (Detroit: Gale, 1993) 56-63. This piece reprints sections of Disraeli's Fiction (London: Macmillan Press; New York: Barnes & Noble, 1979).

"'Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird': Stevens's Cubist Narrative," in Narrative and Culture, eds. Daniel R. Schwarz and Janice Carlisle (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1994), 121-142.

"The Secret Sharer" and The Rainbow in The Reference Guide for English Literature (London and Chicago: St. James Press, 1994).

"Joseph Conrad," Columbia History of the British Novel, ed. John Richetti (New York: Columbia University Press, 1994), 685-714.

"The Humanistic and Pluralistic Quest: Theory as Biography and Testament," Biography, 19:1 (Winter 1996), 57-86.

"Signing the Frame, Framing the Sign: Multiculturalism, Canonicity, Pluralism and the Ethics of Reading Heart of Darkness" in Beyond Poststructuralism: The Speculations of Theory and the Experience of Reading, ed. Wendell Harris (University Park: Penn State University Press 1996), 361-85. Reprinted in a somewhat different version in Humanism and the Humanities in the 21st Century, ed. William Haney and Peter Malekin (Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University 2001), 139-64.

"Manet, James's The Turn of the Screw and the Voyeuristic Imagination," Henry James Review, 18.1 (Winter 1997), 1-21; reprinted in "The Finer Thread, the Tighter Weave:" Essays on the Short Fiction of Henry James, ed. Joseph Dewey and Brooke Horvath (Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press, 2001), 252-280.

"Reconfiguring Deliverance: James Dickey, the Modern Tradition and the Resistant Reader," in Texas Review, XVII, 3 & 4 (Fall/Winter 1996-97), 93-111.

"'Mene, Mene, Tekel Upharsin:' Jewish Perspectives in Disraeli's Fiction," Jewish History, 10:2, Fall 1996, 37-55; reprinted in Disraeli's Jewishness, ed. Todd Endelman and Tony Kushner (London and Portland, Or: Valentine Mitchell, 2002), 40-61.

"Conrad's Quarrel with Politics in Nostromo," College English, 59:5 (September 1997), 548-568.

"Leslie Fiedler as Leopold Bloom," Leslie Fiedler and American Culturee, eds. Steven Kellmen and Irving Malin, (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1999). 99-110.

"Performative Saying and the Ethics of Reading," Narrative, 5:2 (May 1997), 188-206.

"The Hum and Buzz of Implication: Or, You Can't Always Get What You Want, But If You Try Sometimes, You Might Get What You Need," response to Adam Newton, Narrative, 5:2 (May 1997), 222-25.

"Marlow's Role in Heart of Darkness" in Readings on Joseph Conrad, ed. Clarice Swisher (San Diego: Greenhaven Press), 1998, pp. 122-132. Reprints most of Chapter 4 of my Conrad: "Almayer's Folly" through "Under Western Eyes" (London: Macmillan and New York: Cornell University Press, 1980).

"The Ethics of Reading Wiesel's Night," Style 32:2 (1998), 221-242; reprinted in Elie Wiesel's Night, ed. Harold Bloom (New York: Infobase, 2010), 71-97.

"Disraeli's Romanticism: Self-Fashioning in the Novels," in The Self-Fashioning of Disraeli ed. Charles Richmond and Paul Smith (New York and London: Cambridge University Press, 1998), 42-65.

"Romance and Realism in Disraeli's Fiction of the 1830s," Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism, ed. Suzanne Dewsbury (Detriot: Gale, 1999); 8000 word excerpt from chapter two, 55-77, Disraeli's Fiction. (London: Macmillan Press; NY: Barnes & Noble, 1979)

"Humanism," PMLA: Millennium Issue, 115:7 (Dec. 2000), 2075.

"The Dialogue between Modern Art and Modern Literature," Literary Studies: Beginnings and Endings, eds. Nicholas O. Pagan and William S. Haney II, (University Press of America, Lanham, MD, and Oxford: University Press of America, 2001), 137-70.

"Creating a Second Self: Transference as Narrative Form in "The Secret Sharer,'" Approaches to Teaching Conrad's Heart of Darkness and "The Secret Sharer,'" ed. Hunt Hawkins and Brian W. Shaffer (New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2002), 79-90

"A Humanistic Ethics of Reading," Mapping the Ethical Turn : A Reader in Ethics, Culture, and Literary Theory, ed. Todd F. Davis and Kenneth Womack (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2001), 3-15

"Tadeuz Borowski," Holocaust Literature, Vol. I, ed. S. Lillian Kramer (New York: Routledge, 2003), 177-180.

"Jerzy Kosinksi," Holocaust Literature, Vol. I, ed. S. Lillian Kramer (New York: Routledge, 2003), 697-700.[Quotes from Reviews]

"William Styron," Holocaust Literature, Vol. II, ed. S. Lillian Kramer (New York: Routledge, 2003), 1230-33.

"Towards a Community of Inquiry: Teaching Cornell Advanced Placement Students," Local Knowledges, Local Practices: Writing in the Disciplines at Cornell, ed. Jonathan Monroe (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2003), 155-164.

"The Conflicts of Imagination" (discussion of "A Course of the Particular) in Wallace Stevens, ed. Harold Bloom (New York: Chelsea House, 2003), 141-44. Reprinted from Chapter 8, Narrative and Representation in the Poetry of Wallace Stevens (London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993).

"The Individual Mind in Action" (discussion of Notes Toward A Supreme Fiction), in Wallace Stevens, ed. Harold Bloom (New York: Chelsea House, 2003) 92-99. Reprinted from Chapter 7, Narrative and Representation in the Poetry of Wallace Stevens (London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993).

"Eating Kosher Ivy: Jews as Literary Intellectuals," Shofar 21:3 (Spring 2003), 16-28. Revised for The New York Intellecturals and Beyond. (West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press, 2009), 44-59.

"Broadway Boogie Woogie," The Bookpress 13:4 (May 2003), 4, 10.

"'The Secret Sharer' as an Act of Memory," "Gli abissi di Alfeo: la dimensione memoriale nella letteratura in inglese, a cura di Roberta Ferrari, ETS Editrice, Pisa, 2003, 173-93

Personal Reminiscence in This is Just a Place: The LIfe and Work of A.R. Ammons, Epoch 52:3, 720

"Holocaust Narrative," The Routledge Encyclopedia of Narrative Theory, eds. David Herman, Manfred Jahn, and Marie-Laure Ryan (New York and London: Routledge, 2004).

"Broadway Boogie Woogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of New York City Culture," New York Archives, 4:3 (Winter, 2005), 14-17.

"Broadway Boogie Woogie: The World of Damon Runyon," 1200 word essay for Program for Donmar Warehouse Revival of "Guys and Dolls" at Picadilly Theatre (London), beginning May, 2005; reprinted in the program for Gold Coast Arts Centre's Revival of "Guys and Dolls," Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, Spring, 2006; reprinted in the program for Ambassador Theatre's Melbourne, Australia production of "Guys and Dolls," beginning April, 2008 and the Sydney, Australia production in 2009.

"A Critical History of 'The Secret Sharer'" and "'The Secret Sharer' as an Act of Memory'" reprinted in Short Story Criticism, Vol. 71 ed. Joseph Palminsano (Gale: Detroit, 2005), 127-144. Reprinted from Joseph Contrad's "The Secret Sharer": A Case Study in Contemporary Criticism New York: Bedford Division of St. Martin's Press, 1997), 63-78 and 95-111.

"Teaching Freshman Humanities at Cornell; Towards a Community of Inquiry," Words of Wisdom: Essays from Weiss Presidential Fellows, Cornell University, 2006, 30-36.

"Interview with Daniel R. Schwarz," Printed interview about my poetry, Conducted by Helen Maxson, Westview 26:1 (Spring/Summer 2007), 11-15.

"Broadway Boogie Woogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of New York City Culture, " One of Us: Studi inglesia e conradiani offerti a Mario curreli (Essays in Honor of Mario Curreli), ed. Fausto Ciompi, Edizioni ETS: Pisa: Italy, 321-328

"Changing the World Without Revolution: Are Today's Students Less Idealistic Than Those of the Sixties," Cornell Alumni Magazine, 111:5, March, Aprill 2009, 10.

"Interview with Dan Schwarz," (conducted by Dan Morris) for festschrifft entitled Reading Texts, Reading Lives: Essays in the Tradition of Humanistic Cultural Criticism in Honor of Daniel R. Schwarz, ed. Dan Morris and Helen Maxson, University of Delaware Press and Rowman and Littlefiled, forthcoming.

“An Interview with Daniel R. Schwarz on his book Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009,” The Cornell Book Review, V (Fall 2011), 10-11.

"An Interview with Dan Schwarz," conducted by John Lennong, English at Cornell, 13 (Fall 2010), 1-4. To view this article.

"Endtimes? Will the New York Times Survive and If So in What Form," Huffington Post, April 26, 2012; http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/endtimes-will-the-new-yor_b_1455568.html

"Why Giorgio Bassani Matters:The Elegiac Imagined World of Bassani and the Jews of Ferrara" Shofar, 31:1 (Fall 2012) 34-51.

"What Is the Cultural Significance of Facebook's May 18, 2010 IPO?" Huffington Post, May 28, 2011; http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/what-is-the-cultural-sign_b_1549512.html

"Why, as the Gates of Newsgathering Information Have Been Opening, the Minds of Its Audience Have Been Closing?" Huffington Post, July 3, 2012; http://huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/online-news_b_1646384.html

"Advice for the New York Times New Public Editor," Huffington Post, July 20, 2012, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/margaret-sullivan-new- york-times-public-editor_b_1689817.html

"The Significance of the New York Times Company's Second Quarter Report" Huffington Post, July 30, 2012, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/the-significance-of-the-n_b_1717544.html

"Ten Suggestions for Incoming Freshmen," Huffington Post, Aug. 6, 2012, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/ten-suggestions-for-incom_b_1743447.html

"Can the New York Times Company New CEO, Former BBC Director General Mark Thompson, Solve Its Financial Problems?" Huffington Post, Aug. 28,, 2012; http://huff.to/QOQrvj 

"Media Ethics: Issues Raised by Michael Lewis's Obama Article in Vanity Fair," Huffington Post, Sept 18, 2012, http://huff.to/U9xpXG

"Political Media's Access-For-Independence Tradeoff,"  (a version of "Media Ethics: Issues Raised by Michael Lewis's Obama Article in Vanity Fair), Voices (the online magazine of Huffington), Sept. 30, 2012. http://t.co/g6Fzf7BI 

"The Achievement of Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, New York Times Publisher," Oct. 8, 2012, Huffington Post, _http://huff.to/VFY4vT

"The Future of Print News," Brown Alumni Magazine, 113:2 (Nov./Dec. 2012), 19.

"What is the Future of the New York Times as of February, 2013," Huffington Post, Feb.5, 2013.,http://t.co/RojzRrWY 

“Turning the Page: My Next Chapters After Union,” Class of 1963 50th Reunion Yearbook  (Union College: Schenectady, NY, 2012), 219-20.

“Why Study the Arts and the Humanities, Oct. 7, 2013, Huffington Post. http://t.co/4Gnri3s2oi via @HuffPostCollege

"What to Do with a B.A. in English?" Nov. 2, 2013, Huffington Post. http://t.co/ArxW1dR7p5 via @HuffPostCollege

“Nineteen Suggestions for College Sophomores,” Jan. 6, 2014, Huffington Post. ‪http://huff.to/1cNLn5q  via ‪@HuffPostCollege

"Are Teaching and Research Mutually Exclusive?” Feb. 26, 2014, Huffington Post. http://t.co/2abwQaKeXu

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“Belize: Mayan Ruins and Caribbean Pleasures,” with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, Ithaca JournalElmira Star-Gazette andBinghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin, Feb. 22, 2014, 1D, 7D. http://www.ithacajournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2014302240015&nclick_check=1

"Grand Canyon, Bryce, and Zion: Exploring the National Parks of Arizona and Utah with visits to Phoenix and Las Vegas,” with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, Ithaca JournalElmira Star-Gazette and Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin, August 31, 2013, 1D-2D. To view this article

“The Joys of London and Barcelona,” with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, June 2, 2013, 5-7. To view this article

"Cruising South America: Seventeen Days on the Veendam Around Cape Horn from Valparaiso to Rio de Janeiro,” with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, March 24, 2013, 3-5. To view this article

"Experiencing Ecuador: the Galapagos, the Amazon Basin, and Quito," with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, Jan. 13, 2013, 13-15. To view this article

"The Safari Experience in South Africa, Zambia, and Botswana: The Leopard Quest Fulfilled," with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, Sept. 23, 2012, 14-15. To view this article

"Europe in Spring: Paris, Florence, and Rome," with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, June 3, 2012, 14-15. To view this article

"The Cruise Experience: the Panama Canal on the Island Princess over the Winter Holidays," with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, Feb. 26, 2012, 11-12. To view this article

"Exploring East Africa: On Safari in Tanzania (and on to the Indian Ocean Beach in Zanzibae)", with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, Oct. 15, 2011, 14-15. To view this article

"Exploring Morocco and Tunisia in December 2010 as the Mid-East Revolutions Begin: The Magic of Morocco and Tunisia," with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, The Syrause Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, Feb. 27, 2011, 13-14. To view this article

"Safari in Kenya (With a Stopover in Dubai): Watching the Wildebeest Migration and Searching for Big Cats, " with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, Oct. 10, 2010, 13-15. To view this article

"Exploring Israel and Jordan: A History Lesson," with photographs by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, June, 13, 2010,13-15. To view this article

"Scars of War: Confronting History in the Balkans: Croatia, Bosnia, and a Cameo in Montenegro," with photographs taken by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, Nov. 1, 2009, 6-7. To view this article

"Exploring Southern India," with photographs taken by me and Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, June 7, 2009, 11-13. To view this article

"Russia Revisited," with photographs taken by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, Dec. 7, 2008, 16-18. To view this article

"Exploring Peru and Chile: Summer in South America During Ithaca Winter," with photographs taken by Marcia Jacobson, The Ithaca Journal, March 1, 2008, 1C, 5C. To view this article

"High Times in the Low Countries: Travels Through Belgium and Holland offer Art, History, and Warm Welcomes," with photographs taken by Marcia Jacobson The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, July 15, 2007. To view this article

"Summer in December: Exploring Argentina and Brazil," with photographs taken by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, Feb. 4. 2007, 16-17. To view this article

"Exploring Australia, New Zealand, and Tahiti: Wintering Down Under," with photographs taken by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, May 28, 2006, 7-8. To view this article

"Germany: A Winter Romp--Cornell Professor Explores 3 Cities' Top Sites, Sounds, Cultural History," with photographs taken by Marcia Jacobson, Ithaca Journal, Jan. 14, 2006. 1E, 3E.  To view this article

"Exploring the Republic of South Africa and its Neighbors," with photographs taken by Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, Aug. 7, 2005, 7-9. To view this article

"Exploring Portugal: The Other Coast of the Atlantic," with photographs taken by Marcia Jacobson, Ithaca Journal, April 30, 2005. To view this article

"Finding Japan's Past and Present," with photographs taken by Marcia Jacobson, Ithaca Journal, Sept. 25, 2004, 11A-12A. To view this article

"Exploring Southeast Asia: Vietnam and Cambodia," The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, August 8, 2004, pp. 7-8, 12. To view this article.

"Revisiting China: What a Difference Nine Years Makes." with photographs taken by me and Marcia Jacobson, The Syracuse Post-Standard Sunday STARS Magazine, April 20, 2003, 7,11. To view this article

HUFFINGTON POST ARTICLES:

"Endtimes? Will the New York Times Survive and If So in What Form," Huffington Post, April 26, 2012; http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/endtimes-will-the-new-yor_b_1455568.html

"What Is the Cultural Significance of Facebook's May 18, 2010 IPO?" Huffington Post, May 28, 2011; http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/what-is-the-cultural-sign_b_1549512.html

"Why, as the Gates of Newsgathering Information Have Been Opening, the Minds of Its Audience Have Been Closing?" Huffington Post, July 3, 2012; http://huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/online-news_b_1646384.html

"Advice for the New York Times New Public Editor," Huffington Post, July 20, 2012, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/margaret-sullivan-new- york-times-public-editor_b_1689817.html

"The Significance of the New York Times Company's Second Quarter Report" Huffington Post, July 30, 2012, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/the-significance-of-the-n_b_1717544.html

"Ten Suggestions for Incoming Freshmen," Huffington Post, Aug. 6, 2012, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/ten-suggestions-for-incom_b_1743447.html

"Can the New York Times Company New CEO, Former BBC Director General Mark Thompson, Solve Its Financial Problems?" Huffington Post, Aug. 28,, 2012; http://huff.to/QOQrvj 

"Media Ethics: Issues Raised by Michael Lewis's Obama Article in Vanity Fair," Huffington Post, Sept 18, 2012, http://huff.to/U9xpXG

"What is the Future of the New York Times as of February, 2013," Huffington Post, Feb.5, 2013.,http://t.co/RojzRrWY 

"How I Wrote My Book Endtimes? Crisis and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009," May 7, 2013, Huffington Post. ‪ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/how-i-wrote-my-book-endti_b_3219811.html

"Suggestions for Seniors Graduating from College, May 20, 2013, Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-r-schwarz/suggestions-for-seniors-g_b_3308114.html

REVIEW ESSAYS:

"Who's Afraid of Finnegans Wake?", review essay of John Bishop's Joyce's Book of the Dead: "Finnegans Wake," Contemporary Literature 29:4 (Winter 1988), 654-69.

"I.A. Richards and Humanistic Criticism," review essay of John Paul Russo's I.A. Richards: His Life and Work, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 33:2 (1990), 257-263.

"Cultural Studies," review essay of Patrick Brantlinger's Crusoe's Footprints: Cultural Studies in England and America, English and Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 35:1 (1992):, 109-16.

"Sources of the Modern Imagination," review essay of John Richardson's A Life of Picasso, 1881-1906, Vol. 1, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 35:3 (1992), 311-23.

"The Potential of Cultural Criticism," review essay of Michael Levenson's Modernism and the Fate of Individuality: Character and Novelistic Form from Conrad to Woolf, JEGP 91:4 (October 1992), 579-83.

"Ubi Sunt: John W. Aldridge and the Elegiac Imagination," review essay of John W. Aldridge's Classics and Contemporaries and Talents and Technicians, in Michigan Quarterly Review 32:2 (Spring 1993), 302-12.

"Sources of the Modern Imagination II," review essay of John Elderfield's Matisse: A Retrospective (a catalog for 1992-3 MOMA Matisse exhibit), English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 37:2 (1994), 192-207.

"Ellis's Complaint," review essay of Literature Lost: Social Agendas and the Corruption of the Humanities, of John Ellis, JEGP 97:4 (October 1998), 569-79.

Review essay of Douglas Mao's Solid Objects: Modernism and the Test of Production, Clio 28:3 (Spring 1999), 339-47.

REVIEWS:

Review of Ian Gregor, The Great Web: The Form of Hardy's Major Fiction, JEGP 75 (1976), 296-98.

Review of Hardy Books: Lennart A. Bjork, ed., The Literary Notes of Thomas Hardy, Vol. I; Robert Gittings, Young Thomas Hardy; Dale Kramer, Thomas Hardy: The Forms of Tragedy; Penelope Vigar, The Novels of Thomas Hardy: Illusion and Reality, Modern Fiction Studies 22 (1976), 276-82.

Review of H.M. Daleski, Joseph Conrad: The Way of Dispossession, Studies in the Novel 9 (Fall 1977), 356-58.

Review of Daniel Albright, Personality and Impersonality: Lawrence Woolf, and Mann, The Sewanee Review 87 (Fall 1979), cii-civ.

Review of Frederick Karl, Joseph Conrad: The Three Lives, JEGP 79 (January 1980), 145-48.

Review of Ian Watt, Conrad in the Nineteenth Century, Conradiana, 13 (1981), 73-79.

Review of Alan Warren Friedman, Multivalence: The Moral Quality of Form in the Modern Novel, Studies in the Novel 12 (Summer 1980), 166-68.

Review of Lawrence books: George Levine, The Realistic Imagination: English Fiction from Frankenstein to Lady Chatterley; Roger Ebbatson, Lawrence and the Nature Tradition: A Theme in English Fiction 1859-1914; Aidan Burns, Nature and Culture in D.H. Lawrence; D.H. Lawrence, Apocalypse and the Writings on Revelation, ed. Mara Kalnins, Modern Fiction Studies 27 (Winter 1981-82), 682-85.

Review of Gary Geddes, Conrad's Later Novels, Conradiana 14 (1982), 65-69.

Review of Lawrence books: Graham Holderness, D.H. Lawrence: History, Ideology, Fiction; Leo Hamalian, D.H. Lawrence in Italy; Philip Hobsbaum, A Reader's Guide to D.H. Lawrence; Keith Sagar, ed. A D.H. Lawrence Handbook, Modern Fiction Studies 29:2 (Summer 1983), 288-93.

Review of Lawrence books: Jeffrey Meyers, D.H. Lawrence and the Experience of Italy; Roger Ebbatson, The Evolutionary Self: Hardy, Forster, and Lawrence; Hillary Simpson, D.H. Lawrence and Feminism; Kim Herzinger, D.H. Lawrence in His Time: 1908-1915, Modern Fiction Studies 29:4 (Winter 1983), 782-86.

Review of Zdzislaw Najder, Joseph Conrad: A Chronicle, Modern Fiction Studies 30:2 (Summer 1984), 355-6.

Review of Bruce Johnson, True Correspondence: A Phenomenology of Thomas Hardy's Novels, JEGP 84:1 (Spring 1985), 148-51.

Review of Lawrence books: Michael Squires, The Creation of 'Lady Chatterley's Lover', and Daniel J. Schneider, D. H. Lawrence, the Artist as Psychologist, Modern Fiction Studies 30:4 (Winter 1984), 166-68.

Review of Dwight H. Purdy, Joseph Conrad's Bible, English Literature in Transition: 1880-1920 28:1 (1985), 91-94.

Review of Philip M. Weinstein, The Semantics of Desire: Changing Models of Identity from Dickens to Joyce, Modern Fiction Studies 31:2 (Summer 1985), 331-32.

Review of The Letters of D.H. Lawrence, Vol. III, 1916-21, ed. James T. Boulton and Andrew Robertson, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 28:3 (1985), 298-304.

Review of Russ Parmenter, Lawrence in Oaxaca, Modern Fiction Studies 31:4 (Winter 1985), 808-10.

Review of theory books: Margot Norris, Beasts of the Modern Imagination: Darwin, Nietzsche, Kafka, Ernst, and Lawrence; Debra Castillo, The Translated World: A Postmodern Tour of Libraries in Literature; Steven Kellman, Loving Reading: Erotics of the Text, Modern Fiction Studies 32:2 (Summer 1986), 341-44.

Review of Lawrence and Tradition, ed. Jeffrey Meyers, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 29:2 (1986), 223-228.

Review of D.H. Lawrence, Study of Thomas Hardy and Other Essays, ed. Bruce Steele, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 29:3 (1986), 324-28.

Review of D.H. Lawrence: An Annotated Bibliography of Writings About Him: Vol. I (1909-1960) and Vol. II (1961-1975), compiled and edited by James C. Cowan and Thomas Hardy: An Annotated Bibliography of Writings About Him, Vol. II: 1970-1978 and Supplement for 1871-1969, compiled and edited by W. Eugene Davis and Helmut E. Gerber, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 29:4 (1986), 435-37.

Review of Michael Black, D. H. Lawrence: The Early Fiction, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 30:2 (1987), 244-48.

Review of Suresh Raval, The Art of Failure: Conrad's Fiction, Studies in the Novel 19:2 (Summer 1987), pp. 223-5.

Review of Paul Bove, Intellectuals in Power, JEGP 86:4 (1987), 537-9.

Review of D.H. Lawrence: Modern Critical Views, ed. Harold Bloom (New York: Chelsea House, 1986), English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 30:4 (1987), 469-73.

Review of Michael Seidel, Exile and the Narrative Imagination; Peter Ruppert, Reader in a Strange Land: The Activity of Reading Literary Utopias; Iain Finlayson, The Sixth Continent: A Literary History of Romney Marsh, Modern Fiction Studies 33:21 (1987), 386-9.

Review of Alexander Gelley, Narrative Crossings, The Centennial Review 31:4 (Fall 1987), 447-48.

Review of S. P. Rosenbaum, Victorian Bloomsbury: The Early Literary History of the Bloomsbury Group, Vol. 1; Janis M. Paul, The Victorian Heritage of Virginia Woolf: The External World in her Novels, Modern Fiction Studies 33:4 (Winter 1987), 718-21.

Review of Margery Sabin, The Dialect of the Tribe: Speech and Community in Modern Fiction, D.H. Lawrence Review 21:1 (Spring 1989), 101-4.

Review of Lawrence books: Ross Murfin, Sons and Lovers: A Novel of Division and Desire; Christopher Heywood, ed., D. H. Lawrence: New Studies; Jeffrey Meyers, ed., The Legacy of D. H. Lawrence, Modern Fiction Studies 34:2 (Summer 1988), 279-82.

Review of Anthony Winner, Culture and Irony: Studies in Joseph Conrad's Major Novels; Kenneth Graham, Indirections of the Novel: James, Conrad, and Forster; John Lester, Conrad and Religion, Nineteenth Century Fiction 43:4 (March 1989), 545-48.

Review of The Art of the Critic: Literary Theory and Criticism from the Greeks to the Present: Later Nineteenth Century, Vol. 7, ed. Harold Bloom, and The Chelsea House Library of Literary Criticism. The Critical Perspective: Late Victorian, Vol. 9, ed. Harold Bloom, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 32:3 (1989), 391-94.

Review of John Batchelor, Lord Jim, and Steven Ressler, Joseph Conrad: Consciousness and Integrity, Modern Fiction Studies 35:2 (Summer 1989), 318-20.

Review of Wayne Booth's The Company We Keep: An Ethics of Fiction, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 33:1 (1990), 126-130.

Review of Jay Clayton, Romantic Vision and the Novel, The Wordsworth Circle 19:4 (Autumn 1988), 203-205.

Review of R.B. Kershner, Joyce, Bakhtin, and Popular Cultures and Jose Lanters, Missed Understanding: A Study of Stage Adaptions of the Works of James Joyce, Modern Fiction Studies, 35:4 (Winter 1989), 798-800.

Review of Randy Malamud, The Language of Modernism, James Joyce Quarterly 28:3 (Spring 1991), 708-12.

Review of Jenijoy La Belle, Herself Observed: The Literature of the Looking Glass, D.H. Lawrence Review, 23:2, 3 (Summer/Fall 1991), 276-78.

Review of Mark Wollaeger's Joseph Conrad and the Fictions of Skepticism, Studies in the Novel 24:2 (Summer 1992), 223-26.

Review of Macropolitics of Nineteenth-Century Literature: Nationalism, Exoticism, Imperialism, eds. Jonathan Arac and Harriet Ritvo, Albion, 24:3 (Fall 1992), 532-35.

Review of Yves Hervouet's The French Face of Joseph Conrad, Nineteenth-Century Literature 47:4 (March 1993), 515-18.

Review of Daphna Erdinast-Vulcan's Joseph Conrad and the Modern Temper, Studies in the Novel, 25:1 (Spring 1993), 109-11.

Review of S.L. Goldberg's Agents and Lives: Moral Thinking in Literature, JEGP, 93:4 (October 1994), 563-7.

Review of Bryan Cheyette, Constructions of 'The Jew' in English Literature and Society: Racial Representations, 1875-1945 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993), AJS Review 20:2 (1995), 433-37.

Review of Approaches to Teaching Ulysses, ed. Kathleen McCormick and Erwin Steinberg, Studies in the Novel, 28:2 (Summer 1996), 266-71.

Review of James F. English, Comic Transactions: Literature, Humor, and the Politics of Community in Twentieth-Century Britain, in Modern Fiction Studies, 42:1 (Spring 1996), 185-89.

Review of Frank Felsenstein, Anti-Semitic Stereotypes: A Paradigm of Otherness in English Popular Culture, forthcoming, Association for Jewish Studies Review 21:1 (1996), 176-80.

Review of Neil R. Davison, James Joyce, Ulysses, and the Construction of Jewish Identity: Culture, Biography, and 'The Jew' in Modernist Europe, AJS Review, Association for Jewish Studies Review 24:2 (1999), 432-36.

Review of Alan Warren Friedman, "Fictional Death and the Modernist Enterprise," Conradiana 30:1 (Spring 1998), 76-9.

Review of Jefferson Hunter, How to Read Ulysses and Why, James Joyce Quarterly39:4 (Summer 2002), 880-85.

SHORT STORY:

"There Comes a Yes," Hawaii Pacific Review 8 (Spring 1993), 31-42. Reprinted in Hawaii Pacific Review The Best of a Decade, 1986-1996, 11 (spring 1997), 9-22.

POEMS:

Raising Tomatoes,” Ithaca Times, 35:17 (Dec. 25-31, 2013), 16.

February, 2013,” Ithaca Times, 35:17 (Dec. 25-31, 2013), 18.

Iguassu Falls, Brazil and Argentina," Ithaca Times, 35:17 (Dec. 25-31, 2013), 7.

"Reading Joyce's Ulysses," Westview 30:1 (Fall/Winter 2013), 27.

"Aging: My 71st Birthday," Westview 30:1 (Fall/Winter 2013), 28.

"Cashmere Sweater (A History)," Westview 30:1 (Fall/Winter 2013), 69.

"Cancer: The Uninvited Guest," Ithaca Times 34:18 (Jan. 2, 2013), 3.

"Reading Joyce's Ulysses: Leopold Bloom," Ithaca Times 34:18 (Jan. 2, 2013), 3.

"Cashmere Sweater: A History," Ithaca Time, I34:18 (Jan. 2, 2013), 3.

"December, 2010: Awaiting Knee Replacements," Ithaca Times, 34:18 (Jan. 2, 2013), 3.

"Broken Vows" (1991),"  Literary Laundry, 2:2 (2012)

"Rereading Heart of Darkness" Humanities Review Spring 2011, 116-17.

"Collage (Paris): 1991," Ithaca Times 33:18 (Dec. 28,2011), 3

"Bedding" Ithaca Times 33:18 (Dec. 28,2011), 3

"Anecdote of the Bird Feeder" Ithaca Times 33:18 (Dec. 28,2011), 3.

"Migration" Ithaca Times 33:18 (Dec. 28,2011), 3

"Meditation at 95" Ithaca Times 33:18 (Dec. 28,2011), 3; also online: Marsh Hawk Review, http://marshhawkreview.blogspot.com/2009/11/daniel-r-schwarz_15.html, Nov. 15, 2009.

"Blizzard" Ithaca Times 33:18 (Dec. 28,2011), 3; earlier version: Ithaca Times 30:16 (Dec. 26, 2007), 5.

"Closure: 1986" accompanied an audio of my reading the poem, Fogged Clarity: an Arts Review, http://foggedclarity.com/2011/12/closure-1986.

"Mother in Hospice, April 2005," Westview 26:1 (Spring/Summer 2007), 6. Reprinted in Hospicare News, Feb. 2007, 5.

"Conversation: A Reminiscence", Ithaca Times 33:18 (Dec. 29, 2010), 15.

"Parallel (Paralyzed) Lives", Fogged Clarity: an Arts Review, http://foggedclarity.com/, May, 2010.

"April 1, 2008: Codicil of Daffodils,"Marsh Hawk Review, http://marshhawkreview.blogspot.com/2009/11/daniel-r-schwarz_15.html, Nov. 15, 2009; also published in Ithaca Times 32:19 (Dec. 30, 2009), 6

"Reading Joyce's Ulysses: Leopold Bloom," Westview, forthcoming

"My Father at 90," Westview 29:2, (Fall/Winter 2009), 57

"Her world at 53," Westview 29:2, (Fall/Winter 2009), 57

"Golem," Shofar 27:3, spring 2009, 125.

"Mike Abrams at 95" Shofar 27:3, spring 2009, 126.

"Four Meetings: Scenes from Adult Dating, circa 1994," Westview 28:2, Fall/Winter 2008

"Credo at 66," Ithaca Times 31:17 (Dec 23, 2008) 3

"Achievements by Others", Westview28:1, (Spring/Summer 2008). 46

"Pantomine", Westview 28:1, (Spring/Summer 2008), 47.

"Folly", Westview 28:1, (Spring/Summer 2008), 46.

"Fractured Expectations", Westview, (Spring/Summer 2008), 47.

"Jazz" Ithaca Times 30:16 (Dec. 26, 2007), 5.

"Blizzard," Ithaca Times 30:16 (Dec. 26, 2007), 5.

" Life and Death on Black Oak Pond," Ithaca Times 30:16 (Dec. 26, 2007), 5

"High Meadow, Keene Valley," Ithaca Times 30:16 (Dec. 26, 2007), 5.

"Flying," Ithaca Times 30:16 (Dec. 26, 2007), 5.

"International Travel" Ithaca Times 30:16 (Dec. 26, 2007), 5.

"Moon Blue" Westview 26:2 (Fall/Winter 2007), 69.

"Generations," Westview 26:1 (Spring/Summer 2007), 10.

"The Muse Returns," Westview 26:1 (Spring/Summer 2007), 5.

"Spring Sounds," Westview 26:1 (Spring/Summer 2007), 15.

"The American Scholar," Westview 26:1 (Spring/Summer 2007), 4.

"Snowbound," Westview 26:1 (Spring/Summer 2007), 15.

"About Suffering: Response to W.H. Auden," Westview 26:1 (Spring/Summer 2007), 9.

"Vermont: Family Thanksgiving, 2006," Ithaca Times 29:16 (Dec. 27, 2006), 4.

"Cornucopia," Ithaca Times 29:16 (Dec. 27, 2006), 4.

"Banquet Delicacy: Bejing, 1993," Ithaca Times 29:16 (Dec. 27, 2006), 4.

"Strawberries," Ithaca Times 29:16 (Dec. 27, 2006), 4.

"Daylight Savings Time," Ithaca Times 29:16 (Dec. 27, 2006), 4.

"Spring, 2005," Ithaca Times 29:16 (Dec. 27, 2006), 4.

"Bethe at Cornell," Westview 25:2 (Fall/Winter 2006), 37.

"Hurricane," Ithaca Times 28:17 (Dec. 28, 2005), 13.

"Garden of Intimacy," Ithaca Times 28:17 (Dec. 28, 2005), 13.

"Blue Heron," Westview, 24:2 (Spring/Summer 2005), 56.

"To My Only Brother: A Letter" Westview 24:2 (Spring/Summer 2005), 55.

"Jigsaw Puzzle," Ithaca Times, 27:18 (Dec. 22, 2004), 24.

"Picasso's Women," Westview, 23:2 (Spring/Summer 2004), 34.

"Words" Ithaca Times 26:17 (Dec. 23, 2003), 25.

"Inspecting the Wounded in Cleveland," Ithaca Times, 26:17 (Dec. 23, 2003), 7.

"The Shape of Memory in Prague," Ithaca Times, 26:17 (Dec. 23, 2003), 25.

"On Seeing a Family Friend for Perhaps the Last Time" Ithaca Times 26:17 (Dec. 23, 2003), 7.

"House Razing," Ithaca Times, 25:18 (Dec. 23, 2003), 21.

"Utz," Shoah, 24:1, 21:1 (Fall 2002), 86-7.

"History Speaks," Ithaca Times, 24:21 (Dec. 26, 2001), 6.

"Reading Texts, Reading Lives (1993)", Ithaca Times, 23:21 (Dec. 28, 2000), 9.

"Remarriage," Southern Humanities Review, 34:3 (Summer 2000), 238.

"Remarriage" (earlier version), Ithaca Times (Dec. 28, 1999), 22:20, 13

"Perkins Cove: Oqonquit: June 1996," Ithaca Times, 21:21 (December 29, 1998), 12.

"Elegy for Elizabeth Rose Lane Galloway," Rattle 7:1 (Summer1998), 74-75.

"Cindy at Schroon Lake," Rattle 3:2 (Winter 1997), 79.

"On my Father's 84th Birthday," Ithaca Times, 20:20 (December 24, 1997), 12.

"Depression's Vision," The Charlotte Poetry Review 3:4 (April 1998), 9.

"Lobsterman at Purpoise Cove, Maine," Ithaca Times 19:20 (December 23, 1996), 12.

"The Garden of Our Saying: Elegy for George," Memorial Volume for George Eickwort, ed. Sandy Lednor Padulka (Ithaca, NY), 118-21.

"Tapestries," Poem, 76 (November 1996), 55.

"Travel," Poem, 76 (November 1996), 54.
Reprinted in Daniel R. Schwarz, In Defnese of Reading: Teaching Literature in the Twenty-First Century (Walden, Mass. and Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008) 2-3.

"Talk," Hawaii Pacific Review, 10 (Fall 1996), 63.

"Performance," Hawaii Pacific Review 10 (Fall 1996), 61-62. To be reprinted in a forthcoming volume entitled Letters to Christopher Reeve.

"Ocean Pleasures," Ithaca Times 18:18 (December 28, 1995), 16.

"Tishah b'Ab," Hawaii Pacific Review, 9 (Spring, 1995), 36.

"Mene, Mene, Tekel Upharsin," Hawaii Pacific Review, 9 (Spring, 1995), 37.

"Rosh Hashanah," Hawaii Pacific Review, 9 (Spring, 1995), 4.

"Pentimento," Hawaii Pacific Review, 9 (Spring, 1995), 5. Reprinted in Hawaii Pacific Review The Best of a Decade, 1986-1996, 11 (spring 1997), 147.

"Still Life: Raspberries, Apples, and a Sheet of Paper," Ithaca Times 17:27 (December 29, 1994), 16.

"Predetermined Patterns," Ithaca Times 16:24 (December 29, 1993), 13

Critical Essay About My Poetry

Maxson, Helen, "Speculations on the Lyrical and the Narrative Modes in Poems by Dan Schwarz," Westview 26:1 (Spring/Summer, 2007), 15-21.

Selected Public Lectures

I have given numerous public talks and seminars at Cornell, including four at Telluride Association:

  • "The Role of the Captain-Narrator in Conrad's The Secret Sharer" (1973).
  • "The Failure of Meditation: The Unity of T.S. Eliot's 'Gerontion'" (1976).
  • "'And the Wild Wings Were Raised': The Poetry of Dylan Thomas" (1978).
  • "Seize the Day as a Characteristic Saul Bellow Work" (1981).

"Speaking of Paul Morel: The Voice of Lawrence's Sons and Lovers".

  • New York State College English Association, October 1976.

"'I Was the World in Which I Walked': The Relationship Between Fiction and Biography"

  • Modern Language Association Convention (Special Section on Biography), December 1976.

"Conrad's Later Fiction"

  • International Conrad Conference, Miami, Florida, March 1981.

"'Tell Us in Plain Words': An Introduction to Reading Ulysses"

  • Kent University at Canterbury (England), December 1984.
  • State University of New York at Oswego, April 1985.

"Reading Conrad's Lord Jim"

  • Hartwick College, April 1985.
  • Hamilton College, May 1985.
  • Hebrew University, Jerusalem (Israel), December 1985.

"Significant Developments in Anglo-American Criticism Since the New Criticism," the Babcock Lecture Series at Hartwick College, April 1986.

  • "Progressive Traditionalism: Booth's The Rhetoric of Fiction and Kermode's The Sense of an Ending," April 16.
  • "From Phenomenology to Deconstruction: The Criticism of J. Hillis Miller," April 23.
  • "Humanistic Formalism as a Theoretical Position," April 24.

"'O Rocks. . . .Tell us in Plain Words:' Reading Joyce's Ulysses"

  • Conference on Narrative Poetics, Ohio State, April 1986.

"How to Read a Complex Text: Conrad's Lord Jim"

  • Southern Utah State University, May 1986.
  • University of Connecticut, February 1987.
  • Northern State College, South Dakota, March 1987.

"Contemporary Literary Theory"

  • Northern State College, South Dakota, March 1987.
  • Western Reserve Academy, Cleveland, Ohio, April 1988.

"The Case for Humanistic Formalism"

  • Keynote address at the International Conference on Narrative Literature, Ann Arbor, Michigan, April 2-4, 1987.
  • Kent University at Canterbury (England), December 6, 1987.
  • Southern Methodist University, March 1988.
  • University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, November 1988.

"The Ethics of Reading: The Case for Pluralistic and Transactional Reading"

  • Novel's Twentieth Anniversary Conference on "Why the Novel Matters," Brown University, April 23-25, 1987.

The Cooper Lectures at the University of Arkansas (Little Rock), spring 1988

  • "Reading Conrad's Lord Jim: Reading Texts, Reading Lives," March 31, 1988.
  • "The Case for Humanistic Formalism," April 5, 1988.
  • "The Ethics of Reading: The Case for Pluralistic and Transactional Reading," April 19, 1988.

"Reading Wallace Stevens"

  • Western Reserve Academy, Cleveland, Ohio, April 1988.
  • University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, November 1988.

"Character and Characterization: An Inquiry"

  • Narrative Poetics Conference, General Session Panel, Ohio State University, April 1988.
  • Lafayette College, February 1989.

"The Narrative of Paul de Man: Texts, Issues, Significance"

  • International Narrative Conference, Madison, Wisconsin, April 1989.

"The Ethical Significance of Paul de Man's Life and Work"

  • University of Arkansas (Little Rock), April 1989.

"Retrospective on my book, Reading Joyce's Ulysses," Living Book Review Panel

  • International Joyce Conference, Philadelphia, June 1989.

"Approaches to Literary Criticism: Reading Joyce's 'Araby'"

  • Cornell College of Arts and Sciences Freshman Colloquium, September 1989.

"'Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird': Stevens's Cubist Narrative," International Narrative Conference, New Orleans, April 1990.

"The Ethics of Reading: A Pluralistic Approach to Joyce's Araby"

  • Adelphi University, Garden City, April 1990.
  • Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, September 1991.
  • Hawaii Pacific University, April 1993.
  • Auburn University, May, 1995.
  • University of Nebraska at Kearney, March, 1996.

"Spiritually Inquisitive Images: Modern Painting and Stevens's Concept of the Disordered Self"

  • Crossing the Disciplines: Cultural Studies in the 1990s, Conference at the University of Oklahoma, October 1990.
  • The Bookpress Lecture Series, Ithaca, New York, March 1994.

Respondent and moderator for panel entitled "'The Eastern Bride': Colonization and the Feminine in Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim"

  • Crossing the Disciplines: Cultural Studies in the 1990s, Conference at the University of Oklahoma, October 1990.

"Introduction to Literary Theory"

  • Cornell United Religious Work Chaplains' Colloquium, November 7, 1990.

"Towards a Pluralistic Perspective on Heart of Darkness"

  • MLA, Chicago, December 1990.

"Wallace Stevens's Reading of Modern Painting"

  • The Josephine Ferguson Lecture in British Literature at Tulane University, February 1991.
  • Penn State University at Schuylkill Haven, September 1991.

"Pluralistic Approaches to British Modernism"

  • Keynote address to the Conference on Approaches to Modern Fiction at Chattanooga, Tennessee, February 1991.

"'Spiritually Inquisitive Images': Wallace Stevens's Reading of Modern Painting"

  • University of Cincinnati, March 1991.
  • Cornell University, Twentieth-Century Colloquium, April 1991.

"'A Tune Beyond Us, Yet Ourselves': Narrative and Representation in the Poetry of Wallace Stevens"

  • International Narrative Conference, Nice, June 1991.

Moderator and Respondent, "Anglo-Irish Colonialist Narrative Literature at Home and Abroad: The Subjection of Feminine Discourse"

  • International Narrative Conference, Nice, June 1991.

"Theory, Praxis, and Pedagogy: A Pluralistic Perspective on the Modernist Tradition"

  • Director, two-day retreat for Weber State University (Utah) English Department faculty, September 16-17, 1991.

"Canonicity, Culture, and Pluralism: A Humanistic Perspective on Professing English"

  • California State University at Fullerton, December 1991.

Moderator and Respondent, "Representation and Form in Woolf's Narratives"

  • MLA panel, San Francisco, December 1991.

"Reconfiguring Canonicity and the Idea of Culture: Reading Joyce's 'Araby'"

  • University of Hawaii at Manoa, September 1992.
  • Brigham Young University--Hawaii, February 1993.

"The Jewishness of Leopold Bloom"

  • Hawaii Jewish Federation, December 1992.

"'I Found Myself More Truly and More Strange' Art as Self-Discovery in the High Modernist Period"

  • Center for Biographical Research, University of Hawaii, January 1993.
  • Brigham Young University--Hawaii, February 1993.
  • Hawaii Pacific University, April 1993.

"Reading Wallace Stevens"

  • Brigham Young University--Hawaii, February 1993.
  • Auburn University, May 1994.
  • Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida, February 1995.

"Canonicity, Culture and Pluralism: The Ethics of Reading Heart of Darkness,"

  • Keynote address for "Renegotiating Ethics: Moral Inquiry and Literary and Cultural Discourses in the 1990s," Conference at the Australian Humanities Research Centre, Canberra, Australia, February 1993.
  • Melbourne University, Australia, February 1993.
  • Sydney University, Australia, March 1993.
  • Macquarie University, Australia, March 1993.
  • Peking University, Beijing, China, May 1993.
  • Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida, February 1995.
  • University of Alabama at Huntsville, March 1996.
  • The 1996 Alumni Lecture, University of Alabama at Birmingham, April 1996.

"Searching for Modernism's Genetic Code: Picasso, Joyce, and Stevens as a Cultural Configuration"

  • International Narrative Conference, Vanderbilt University, April 1992.
  • University of Hawaii's Citizen's Chair Lecture, April 1993.
    Center for the Humanities, the University of Alabama at Huntsville, May 1994.
  • The Dupont Lecture, The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, February 1995.
  • Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, April 1995.
  • Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, May 1995.

"Reconfiguring Modernism: Picasso, Joyce, and Stevens"

  • Graduate Center of CUNY, New York, October 1995.
  • Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, November 1995.
  • The University of Nebraska at Kearney, March 1996.

"Reading Modern Poetry"

  • Keynote address, Conference on Approaches to Modern Poetry, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, February 1994.

"In Defense of Humanism: Multicultural Perspectives on Heart of Darkness"

  • The Benson Lecture, Auburn University, Alabama, May 1994.

"Reconfiguring Modernism: Gauguin's Tahitian Paintings, Noa Noa, and Multicultural Perspectives on Heart of Darkness"

  • International Narrative Conference, Vancouver, Canada, April 1994.

"Humanism, Pluralism, and the Ethics of Reading,"

  • University of Bergamo, Bergamo, Italy, as guest lecturer in the "Textual Analysis: Theory and Practice" program, March 1994.
  • University of Turin, Turin, Italy, March 1994.

"Reading Heart of Darkness from a Pluralistic and Multicultural Perspective"

  • University of Bergamo, Bergamo, Italy, as guest lecturer in the "Textual Analysis: Theory and Practice" program, March 1994.

"Disraeli's Evolving Jewish Identity in his Novels."

  • International Conference on Disraeli's Jewishness, Southhampton, England, July 1994.

"Reconfiguring Modernism: Prospectus for a Cultural Critique."

  • University of Alabama at Huntsville, November 1994.

"Manet, James's The Turn of the Screw, and the Voyeuristic Imagination."

  • International Narrative Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 1995.

Respondent, MLA Session on "Stevens and Narrative," San Diego, December 1994.

Professional Development Workshop: "Publishing and Grant Writing in the 90's."

  • Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida, February 1995.

"Reading Joyce's Ulysses."

  • The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, February, 1995.
  • Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, April, 1995.
  • St. John's University, NY, April, 2002

"Yeats, Stevens, and the Historical Imagination."

  • Auburn University, May, 1995.

"Research Opportunities in the Humanities"

  • Professional Growth Seminar, Florida State University, Tallahassee, November 1995.

"'The Need of Some Imperishable Bliss': History as Domestic Agon in Nostromo"

  • MLA, Chicago, December 1995.

"The Secret Sharer as an Act of Memory,"

  • International Narrative Conference, Ohio State University, April 1996.
  • Florida Atlantic University, April 1997.

"Reconfiguring Deliverance: James Dickey, The Modern Tradition and the Resistant Reader,"

  • University of Alabama at Huntsville, February 1996.

"The Figure of Ulysses in Dante's Inferno,"

  • University of Alabama at Huntsville, February 1996.

"Joyce's Patterns of Meaning,"

  • University of Seville, Spain, March 1996.

"Molly Bloom,"

  • Syracuse James Joyce Club, September 1996.

"Teaching the Secret Sharer,

  • Modern Language Association, December 1997.

"Reconfiguring Modernism: Explorations in the Relationship Between Modern Art and Modern Literature,"

  • The University of Vercelli (Italy), January 1997.
  • Florida Atlantic University, April 1997.
  • Bookery Writers Series, Ithaca, New York, April 1998.
  • Cornell Alumni Reunion, June 1998.
  • Cornell Freshman Orientation Invitational Lecture, August 1998.
  • Southern Utah University Convocation Lecture, March 1999.
  • Intercollege University, Cyprus, May, 1999.
  • Cyprus University, May 1999.
  • Near East University, Cyprus, May 1999.
  • Keynote address, Conference for Mediterranean Universities, "Contemporary British American Literatures: Beginnings and Ends," Eastern Mediterranean University," Famugusta, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus," May 1999.
  • Santa Clara University, California, May, 1999.

Panelist, "Great Books and Cultural Kooks: What Literature are We Teaching Our Undergraduates and Why," Parents Fund Weekend, April 1997.

"Cézanne and T. S. Eliot,"

  • International Narrative Conference, University of Florida, Gainsville, April 1997.

"Picasso, Joyce, and Stevens and the Modern Imagination,"

  • Borders Writers Store Series, January 1998.

"Leopold Bloom: Joyce's Jewish Hero,"

  • Temple Bethel, Ithaca, NY, January 1998 .
  • The Wolfe Institute Lecture, Brooklyn College, April 1998.

"Reconfiguring Modernism: Picasso, Joyce, and the Modern Imagination"

  • Cornell Club of New York , May 1998.
  • Cornell Club of Fairfield County, Connecticut, May 1998.

Discovering Ithakas: Education as a Life Odyssey,"

  • 1998 Faculty Leadership Conference: "Creating a Community of Inquiry: The Undergraduate Experience," May 1998.

Moderator and Panelist, "The Role of the Faculty in the Student's Intellectual Life Beyond the Classroom"

  • 1998 Faculty Leadership Conference: "Creating a Community of Inquiry: The Undergraduate Experience," Ithaca, NY, May 1998.

"What 'Ithaca' Means:" Cornell English Department Commencement Address, May 1998.

"The Nature of Modernism," Cornell English Department Twentieth Century Colloquium, December 1998.

Imagining the Holocaust: Wiesel's Night and Spiegelman's Maus"

  • Purdue University, April, 1999
  • Penn State University, Albington Campus, Sept. 2000

"Dancers, Whores, and Bathers: The Relationship between Modern Art and Modern Literature,"

  • Rheinhold Lecture, New York, March 1999.

"Multiculturalism and Multidiscplinary Perspectives on Modernism," Closing Panel, Conference for Mediterranean Universities, "Contemporary British American Literatures: Beginnings and Ends," Eastern Mediterranean University, Famugusta, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus," May 1999.

"The Nature of Modernism," Santa Clara University, California, May 1999.

Panelist, " The State of the English Major: What and How We Teach," Cornell Alumni Weekend English Department Discussion, June 1999.

"The Nature of Holocaust Narrative," Purdue University Religious Leaders Colloquium, April 1999.

Panelist, "First Year Writing Seminars," Cornell Summer Institute for Writing in the Disciplines, June 1999.

Panelist, "Colloquium for New Faculty," Oct.1999.

Panelist, "Colloquium on Modernism," for New Graduate Students, Nov.1999.

Guest for Forty Minute Interview with host Lenny Lopate about my book, Imagining the Holocaust., "New York and Company," WNYC (New York City NPR and Municipal Radio Station), Jan 2000.

Guest for Twenty-Five Minute Interview with host Casey Stevens about about my book, Imagining he Holocaust., "Morning Report," WHCU, Ithaca, New York, June 2000.

Panelist (with one other Weiss Presidential Fellow), "Colloquium on What Makes a Good Teacher," Feb. 2000, Cornell University.

"The Pleasure of Teaching, or Teaching as Learning," Plenary Speaker Forum on Teaching and Learning, Sponsored by Dean of the Faculty and Dean of Students, Cornell University, March 2000.

"Imagining the Holocaust"

  • The Bookery Writers Series,Ithaca, New York, April 2000.
  • Cortland State University, New York, April 2000.
  • Invitational Lecture, Temple Beth-El, Ithaca, New York, April 2000.
  • Cornell United Religious Work, Ithaca, New York, Sept 2000.
  • Cornell Club, North Carolina and Hillel, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), April, 2001.
  • Cornell Club, Orlando, Florida, April 2001
  • Cornell Club, Sarasota, Florida, April 2001.
  • Cornell Hillel, April, 2004.

Holocaust Memory, Holocaust Narrative," Mind and Memory Course, Cornell Univesity, Feb. 2001.

"Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand," Radio interview (with my wife, marcia Jacobson) on Barbara Hall's Travel Show.

"Representing the Holocaust"

  • Vercelli University, Vercelli, Italy, March, 2002
  • St. John's University, NY, April, 2002
  • University of Catonia, Catonia, Italy, March 2003.

"Teaching at Cornell," Informal Luncheon Discussion, Cornell Center of Teaching and Learning Program on Training Graduate Students as Teachers

  • Cornell University, Sept. 2001
  • Cornell University, Feb. 2003

"New Perspectives on the Relationship between Modern Art and Modern Literature"

  • Turin University, Turin, Italy, March 2002
  • Milan University, Milan, Italy, March 2002
  • Middlebury College, VT., January 2003
  • Bologna University, Italy, March 2003
  • Visual Studies Colloquium, Cornell University, Oct, 2003

The Dance of Modernism: The Relationship between Modern Literature and Modern Art"

  • Messina University, Italy, March 2004 (with a spceial focus on Stevens and Eliot)
  • University of Catania at Ragusa, Ragusa, Italy, March 2004.

"Reading Joyce's The Dead: The Transformation of Gabriel Conroy,"

  • Pisa University, Pisa, Italy, March 2002
  • Southwestern Oklahoma State University, March 2007.

"Reading Conrad's The Secret Agent": A Dialogue Between Formalism and Historicism," Middlebury College, VT. January, 2003.

"Wallace Stevens and the Modern Imagination" University of Rome Three, Italy, March, 2003.

Discussion leader, Antigone, Freshman Reading Project, Cornell Univesity, August 2003

"Broadway Boogie Woogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of New York City Culture"

  • University of Rome: La Sapienza, Rome, Italy, March, 2003.
  • University of Turin, Italy, March 2003.
  • Drama Book Shop, Manhattan, NY, June 2003.
  • The Teaching Company, Chantilly, Virginia, June, 2003.
  • Barnes and Noble, Ithaca, New York, July 2003.
  • The National Arts Club, Manhattan, NY, Sept. 2003.
  • The Tompkins County Library, Ithaca, NY, Sept. 2003.
  • University of Verona, Italy, March 2004 (with a special focus on style).
  • Museum of the City of New York, Manhattan, NY, April 2004.
  • New York Cornell Club, April 2004.
  • The Mercantile Library, Manhattan, NY, May 2004.
  • Gotham Center, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, May 2004.
  • Cornell Parents Weekend, October, 2004.
  • 92nd St. YMHA's Makor/Steindhart Center, part of series entitled "All Things New York" Jan. 2005.

"American Holocaust Lecture," Plenary talk at Italian Conference on Jewish American Literature, Centro Studi American, Rome, Italy, March 2004.

Guest for Twenty Minute Interview with host Lenny Lopate about my book, Broadway Boogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of New York City Culture, "New York and Company," WNYC (New York City NPR and Municipal Radio Station), July 2003.

Guest for Twenty-Five Minute Interview with host Casey Stevens about about my book, Broadway Boogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of New York City Culture, "Morning Report," WHCU, Ithaca, New York, July, 2003.

Reading Conrad: "The Secret Sharer," The Teaching Company, Chantilly, Virginia, June, 2003.

Guest for television interview with host Bryan Van Campen about my book /Broadway Boogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of New York City Culture "Community Profiles," News at Ten, Ithaca, NY, July 2003.

Guest for one hour interview and call-in with host Bill Jaker about my book, Broadway Boogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of New York City Culture, "Off the Page," WSKG (Binghamton-Endicott NPR), Sept. 2003.

"Damon Runyon Says," Interview and article by Frank Herron about my book Broadway Boogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of New York City Culture, Syracuse Post-Standard Stars Sunday Magazine, Sept. 14, 2003, p. 21.

"Vietnam, Cambodia, Bangkok," Radio interview (with my wife Marcia Jacobson) on Barbara Hall's Travel Show, WHCU, Ithaca, NY, Feb. 2004.

"Reading Wallace Stevens," Cornell Undergraduate English Club, March 2004.

Discussion leader, Kafka's The Trial, Freshman reading project, Cornell University, Aug. 2004

Subject of interview for La Sicilia (daily newspaper in Sicily), on literature and politics, March 2004.

Brief interview about my book, Broadway Boogie: Damon Runyon and the Making of New York City Culture, The New York Observer, May 17, 2004.

Participant, "The Future of the Humanities." Society of the Humanities Colloquium, Cornell University, April, 2005.

"ReJoycing in Ithaca: Why We Read Joyce", Opening address, North America James Joyce Conference, Ithaca, NY, June 2005.

"Teaching Joyce's Ulysses," North America James Joyce Conference, June, 2005.

Moderator, "New Bearings in Ulysses," Panel comprised of papers from my fall 2005 graduate seminar North America James Joyce Conference, Ithaca, NY, JUne, 2005.

"Visiting the Republic of South Africa and Neighboring Countries (Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Botswana, and Zambia)," Radio interview (with my wife, Marcia Jacobson) on Barbara Hall's Travel Show, WHCU, Ithaca, NY, July 2005.

Consultant, NPR show on Nabokov's Centenary, Aug. 2005.

Discussion leader, Achebe's Things Fall Apart, Freshman reading project, Cornell University, Aug. 2005.

Quoted in the NY Times from Imagining the Holocaust, in Edward Wyatt's "The Translation of Weisel's 'Night"is new, but Old Questions are Raised" Jan. 19, 2006, Arts Section.

"Imagining the Holocaust," Inteview on NPR station WEOS-FM, "Out of Bounds" (host: Tish Pearlman), April 6, 2006.

"Exploring Australia, New Zealand, and Tahiti: Urban Sophistication and Rural Charm," Radio inteview (with my wife, Marcia Jacobson) on Barbara Hall's Travel Show, WHCU Ithaca, NY, April 2006.

"Constructing the Self," panel on "Memoirs, Memories, (and the Liars who write memoirs)," sponsored by the Undergraduate English Forum, Cornell University, April 2006.

Discussion leader, Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, Freshman Reading Psroject, Cornell University, Aug. 2006.

"The Odyssey of Reading," Keynote address for National Graduate Student Conference "Literary Odysseys," University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, Feb. 2007.

"How to Read a Complex Text: Reading Joyce's Araby, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford, OK, March 2007.

"Undressing the Gray Lady: Crisis and Turmoil at The New York Times, "

  • Tri Delta Sorority, Cornell University, November 2006.
  • Dept. of English Informal Research Colloquium, Cornell University, Jan. 2007.

"Summer in December: Exploring Argentina and Brazil," Radio interview (with my wife Marcia Jacobson) on Barbara Hall's travel show, WHCU, Ithaca, NY, Feb. 2007.

"Modernist Dissertation Projects", English Dissertation Colloquium, Feb. 2007

Reading (and talking about) my poetry as the 2007 featured poet at Westview Writers Festival, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford, OK, March 2007.

"Spring in the Lowlands: Exploring the Netherlands and Belgium", Radio Interview (with my wife, Marcia Jacobson) on Barbara Hall's Travel Show, WHCU, Ithaca, New York, July, 2007

Discussion leader, Gordiner's The Pickup, Freshman Reading Project, Cornell University, Aug. 2007.

"Measuring the 2008 Presidential Candidates and Weighing the Issues: The New York Times's Infuence on the Past and Present," University of Rochester, Sept. 2007.

"Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times," Society of the Humanities, Cornell University, Oct. 2007.

"Academic Careers and Time Management", English Dissertation Colloquium, Oct. 2007.

Provost's Weiss Fellow Informal Colloquium on Undergraduate Education, Feb. 2008.

"Damon Runyon," Interview with TRE: Radio Ireland for program on Guys and Dolls, Feb. 28, 2008.

"What to Do With an English Major?" Cornell Undergraduate English Club Panel, "What Do You Do With a B.A. in English?" March 4, 2008.

Discussion leader, Lincoln at Gettysburg, Freshman Reading Project, Cornell University, Aug. 2008.

"In Defense of Reading: Teaching Literature in the Twenty-First Century," Cornell Campus Store, Dec. 2, 2008.

"Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times: 2009," Tompkins Country Library, March 2009.

"In Defense of Reading: Teaching Literature in the Twenty-First Century," Interview with Tish Pearlman about my book on NPR station WEOS-FM and WSKG-FM "Out of Bounds," March 2009.

Brief intervieew with Dave Vieser, WHCU about "Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, March, 2009

"Reconfiguring Nature after Darwin: Skepticism and Sexuality in High Modernist Literature," The Cornell Plantations William H. and Jane Torrence Harder Lecture, Sept. 2009. http://www.cornellplantations.org/sites/default/files/Schwarz.pdf

Reading My Poems, Community Reading, sponsored by Cornell University Department of English Program in Creative Writing, Oct. 30, 2009

"Crisis and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009: The Metamorphosis of the Old Grey Lady"

  • New York City Cornell Club, Nov. 2009
  • Tel Aviv Unversity, Israel, Dec. 2009
  •  

    "Imaging the Holocaust," The Anne Shachter-Smith Memorial Lecture at Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv, Israel, Dec. 2009.

    "In Defense of Reading," Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv, Israel, Dec. 2009.

    "Crisis and Turmoil at the New York Times: The Metamorphosis of the Old Grey Lady," The Samuel Paley Lectures at Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Dec. 2009.

  • Lecture One: "The Metamorphosis of the Old Grey Lady: The New York Times from 1944-2009"
  • Lecture Two: " Crisis and Turmoil at The New York Times, 1999-2009: The Fight for Survival"

    "In Defense of Reading," Cornell Phi Beta Kappa Induction Address, April, 12, 2010.

    "Cornell Basketball and Cornell Athletics: The Ivy League Model," interview on Rob Long Show, FoxSports1370 (Baltimore Sports Radio), March 25, 2010.

    "Strategies for Publishing as a Graduate Student," Cornell University Colloquium, April, 30, 2010.

    The Power of the Word: Memory, Reading, and the Shape of Meaning,” Cornell Phi Beta Kappa Presidential Induction Address, March 17, 2011

    "In Defense of Reading: English in the Academy," Cornell University English Department Graduate Colloquium, Nov. 7, 2011.

    "In Defense of Reading: Why We Read Imaginative Literature," English Club Colloquium, Nov. 11. 2011.

    Interview with Josh Mitrani about Endtimes: Crisis and Turmoil at the New Yotk Times, 1999-2009, The Cornell Book Review, V (Fall 2011), 10-11.

    “Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009,”
           Society of the Humanities and Jewish Studies Lecture, March 6, 2012. ,
                   Rose Residential College, Cornell, April 11, 2012.
           Olin Library Lecture, April 18, 2012
           Tompkins Country Library, Sept. 11, 2012
           New York Public Library, Oct. 10, 2012
           Barnes & Noble, Ithaca, Nov. 10, 2012
           Museum of the City of New York, Nov. 29, 2012 (filmed by C-Span)
           Cornell Club, New York City, March 12, 2013
           Society of Alumni Doctors of Bellevue Hospital, Yale club, Nov. 6, 2013
           Gotham Center, CUNY, New York, Dec. 10, 2013 (part of the 2013-14
           The Future of New York’s Creative Economy
    series)
           National Arts Club, NYC March 5, 2014

    Presentation and Signing of “Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009,” Cornell Book Store, April 23, 2012.

    "Speaking as a Teacher: The Odyssey of Learning," Phi Beta Kappa Presidential Induction Address, March 8, 2012.

    "What to Do with the English Major?" Panelist, English Club, Cornell University, March 2012.

    Interview with Geoff Dunn, WHCU (Ithaca), about Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009, April 25, 2012.

    Interview with Bob Joseph, WNBF (Binghampton), about Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009, April 25, 2012.

    Interview with Andrew Beam, Troy Record, "Five Questions: Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009," April 30, 2012.

    Podcast interview with Jim Reith, WCNY.Org (Syracuse,) about  Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009, May 7, 2012. http://www.wcny.org/reith

    Interview with Bob Smith WXXI (Rochester), about Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009, May 22, 2012.

    Interview with Tish Pearlman, "Out of Bounds," about Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009, WEOS-FM (Finger Lakes)  May 30, 2012 and WSKG-FM  (Binghampton) June 3, 2012. The shows also aired on WRNC-FM (Wisconsin and KKRN-FM (California).

    Interview with Bill Jaker, "Off the Page," about Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009, WSKG-FM (Binghampton), June 26, 2012. http://wskg.org/episode/endtimes-daniel-r-schwarz

    Podcast of interview with Mike Desmond, about Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009, WBFO (Buffalo), July 26, 2012, http://news.wbfo.org/post/book-author-discuss-future-ny-times

  • "Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009"and the film 'Page One: Inside the New York Times,'" Food for Thought Series sponsored by WAMC, Albany, New York, Aug 16, 2012.

    Interview with Grant Reeher, "The Cambell Conversations," about Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009, WRVO  (Syracuse/Oswego) Aug. 24, 2012. Podcast: http://wrvo.org/

    '"Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009," Tompkins County Public Library, Sept.11, 2012.

    Interview with Joe Donahue,"Roundable," about Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2009, WAMC (Northeast Public Radio) Sept 21, 2012).  Podcast: http://wamc.org/post/endtimes-crises-and-turmoil-new-york-times

    "The 2012 Election and the Media," Flora Rose House (Cornell), Oct. 3, 2012.

    "In Defense of Reading: Reading Joyce's  'Araby' and The Dead," Cornell University English Department Graduate Colloquium, Nov.12, 2012.

    "The History and Future of the New York Times," C-Span, Dec. 28, 2012 and Jan. 2, 2013, http://www.c-span.org/Events/History-amp-Future-of-the-New-York-Times/10737436342/ (an hour plus film of my Nov. 28, 2012 talk on Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times, 1999-2000 at the Museum of the City of New York)

    Major Participant and Interviewee for BBC Radio 4 documentary, "Blind Date with Runyon," Feb. 14, 2013.

    "What to Do with the English Major (and Minor)?" Panelist and Moderator, English Club, Cornell University, Feb. 27, 2013.

    Cornell Phi Beta Kappa Presidential Induction Address, “Cornell in Revolution, Cornell in Evolution: the Quality of Contemporary Students” March 7, 2013.

    Interview on media issues, Olivia Aylmer, “Past the Paywall,” The Eye (Columbia University), 14:9 (April 9, 2013), 11.

    “Cornell’s Daniel Schwarz analyzes the New York Times,” Interview about  Endtimes? Crises and Turmoil at the New York Times1999-2009Ithaca Times 34:34 (May 1, 2013), 5. (extended version at http://t.co/GO7aniPcwh)

    “James Joyce’s Ulysses,” San Francisco University High School, Skype talk, May 17, 2013.

    "Preparing for the Next Chapter: Suggestions for Graduating Seniors," Cornell Minds Matter (CMM), Sept. 27, 2013.

    Reader-participant, Thompkins County Public Library Readathon, Sept. 28, 2013.

    Discussion leader, Center for Teaching Excellence's University-wide Graduate TA and Postdoc Teaching Seminar, Cornell University,
           Oct. 19, 2013.
           March 1, 2014

    “Thinking about your post-Cornell Future: Suggestions for Making the Best Use of Your Cornell Years,”  Cornell Becker/Rose Café Series, Jan 29, 2014.

    Interview with Emma Court, ‘The Humanities at Cornell,” transcript and video: http://dialogues.cornellsun.com/2014/02/27/47/

    “The Function of the Humanities,” Cornell Phi Beta Kappa Presidential Induction Address, March 11, 2013.