Jeffrey Scott Baggett

Jeffrey S. Baggett

Professor of English
Ph.D., Emory University (2000)
B.A., Hardin-Simmons University (1985)
M.A., Emory University ()



CLASSES TAUGHT
Course Num Course Title
EDUC-461 Directed Teaching
ENGL-101 Writing and Inquiry I
ENGL-102 Writing and Inquiry II
ENGL-201 Readings in British Lit
ENGL-214 Literature and Tragedy
ENGL-241 Readings in Drama
ENGL-303 Renaissance
ENGL-338 Modernism
ENGL-373 Writing in the Disciplines
ENGL-406 The Imagination of Ian McEwan
ENGL-414 Studies in Genre
ENGL-490 Internship
FR-213 Intermediate French
HONS-297 Modern Irish Drama
HUMA-330 Modern Drama
HUMA-330 European Modernism
HUMA-390 Art and Artist
HUMA-390 Ireland in Film and Fiction
HUMA-390 Modern Fic. & Global Ideas
HUMA-390 World Drama
HUMA-390 World of Drama

BOOKS
  • The Best of the Past: Preserving and Flying Aviation's Fifty Year Legacy. Mach 1 Publications. (1994)
CHAPTERS, CASES, READINGS, SUPPLEMENTS
  • Oriental Celts: W.B. Yeats and his Predecessors. Crafting Infinity: Reworking Elements of Irish Culture. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (2012)
  • James Hardiman, Samuel Ferguson, James Clarence Mangan and the Politics of Translation. Visions of the Irish Dream. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (2009: 1-33)
ARTICLES - REFEREED
  • Reframing Yeats: genre, allusion and history, by Charles Armstrong in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2014)
  • The ethics of love: an essay on James Joyce, Benjamin Boysen in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2014)
  • A Concise companion to contemporary British and Irish Drama, eds. Nadine Holdsworth and Mary Luckhurst in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2014)
  • In dialogue with Godot: waiting and other thoughts, ed. Ranjan Ghosh in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2014)
  • The haptic aesthetic in Samuel Beckett's drama by Trish McTighe in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2014)
  • The politics and poetics of contemporary English tragedy, by Sean Carney in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2013)
  • Affirming the absurd in Harold Pinter by Jane Wong Yeang Chui in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2013)
  • Geoffrey Hill: essays on his later work, eds. John Lyon and Peter McDonald in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2013)
  • Brian Friel: theatre and politics, by Anthony Roche in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2013)
  • Young John McGahern: becoming a novelist, by Denis Sampson in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2012)
  • W.B. Yeats & George Yeats: The Letters, ed. Ann Saddlemyer in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2012)
  • Modern Irish and Scottish Poetry, eds. Peter Mackay, Edna Longley, and Fran Brearton in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2012)
  • The Spaces of Irish Drama: Stage and Place in Contemporary Plays, by Helen Heusner Lojek in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2012)
  • Words Alone: Yeats & his Inheritances, by R.F. Foster in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2012)
  • Emerald Ilusions: The Irish in Early American Cinema, by Gary D. Rhodes in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2012)
  • Yeats's Poetry in the Making: Sing Whatever is Well Made, by Wayne K. Chapman in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2011)
  • 'We Irish' in Europe: Yeats, Berkely and Joseph Hone by W.J. McCormack in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2011)
  • W.B. Yeats, ed. Edward Larrissy in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2011)
  • 'Intimate Exposure: Essays on the public-private divide in British poetry since 1950,' ed. by Adrian Grafe in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2010)
  • Shaping an Irish Dream: Ferguson, Mangan, and the Politics of Translation in Working Papers in Irish Studies. (2007)
  • Anthony Glavin's 'Nighthawk Alley' in Nua: Studies in Contemporary Irish Writing. (1998)
  • 'Early Gothic Saint-Denis: Restorations and Survivals, by Pamela Z. Blum in Cistercian Studies Quarterly. (1993)
  • The Narcissism of Chaucer's Pardoner in Critically Speaking. (1992)
ARTICLES - NON-REFEREED
  • Geoffrey Hill: Broken hierarchies: poems 1952-2012, ed. by Kenneth Haynes in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. (2014)

PRESENTATIONS
  • Macbeth in Text and in Performance:Using Film Comparatively to teach Shakespeare's Macbeth. South Carolina Council of Teachers of English Annual Conference. Kiawah, South Carolina. (2014)
  • Sonnets and Soliloquies: Poetry, Plays, and Film. South Carolina Council of Teachers of English Annual Conference. Kiawah, South Carolina. (2013)
  • Stones in his Pockets: Ireland and Hollywood. Warehouse Theatre: Presentations on Irish play. Greenville, South Carolina. (2011)
  • Petrarchan Sonnet and the Renaissance Madrigal. Accademia dell'Arte Symposium. Arezzo, Italy. (2011)
  • The Cultural Politics of W.B. Yeats. American Conference for Irish Studies. Rock Hill, South Carolina. (2010)
  • The 'Truth' About the Irish: Politics of Irish Stereotypes. College of Arts and Humanities Distinguished Speaker Series. Lander University, South Carolina. (2009)
  • Enduring Madness of Ian McEwan. American Conference of Popular Culture. San Francisco, California. (March, 2008)
  • Shaping an Irish Dream: Ferguson and Mangan. American Conference for Irish Studies. Rock Hill, South Carolina. (2007)
  • Representing Station Island: Seamus Heaney, William Carleton and Lough Derg. American Conference of Irish Studies. U. of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina. (February, 2006)
  • Samuel Beckett and the Talking Cure. American Popular Culture Conference. Atlanta, Georgia. (April, 2005)
  • William Carleton: Writing the Irish Peasant. American Conference of Irish Studies. Atlanta, Georgia. (March, 2004)
  • Croker, Carleton, and Ferguson, and the Ninteenth-Century Irish Landscape. American Conference of Irish Studies. Minneapolis, Minnesota. (June, 2003)
  • W.B. Yeats's Rhetoric of Madness: Looney Hags and Mad Old Men. American Popular Culture Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana. (April, 2003)
  • The Ninteenth-Century Irish Landscape: The Politics of the Picturesque. National Endownment of the Humanities Summer Seminar. Notre Dame, Indiana. (July, 2001)
  • Representing Oscar Wilde. American Conference of Popular Culture. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (April, 2001)
  • Ferguson and Mangan: The Politics of Translation. American Conference for Irish Studies. Clemson University, South Carolina. (February, 1999)
  • Irish Poetry and Irish Identity: The Politics and Methods of Hardiman, Ferguson, and Yeats. American Conference for Irish Studies. University of South Carolina at Columbia, South Carolina. (February, 1998)