Assistant Professor for Education & Humanities and Field Placement Supervisor for Education & Englishe firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD, English, Tufts University, 2015
MA, English, University of Vermont, 2007
BA, English, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 2003
Dr. Clemence has been at Regis since 2009. He teaches writing, English literature, film studies, and a graduate seminar on Humanities in the Secondary Classroom. Dr. Clemence’s scholarly interests include 19th-century British literature, feminist/psychoanalytic film theory, and uses of irony and non-linear narrative in memoir composition. His current projects include the development of a series of interdisciplinary media studies courses, and a recently-begun article on reformulations of the Protestant work ethic in serialized narrative.
“Please Remember, You Are Dealing With A Spatial Form.” Book review of Martin Richard’s The Architecture of David Lynch in Cultural Politics (Duke University Press), 417–420
“Custom Made: A Memoir” Solstice Literary Magazine.
“Baby Wants Blue Velvet: Lynch and Maternal Negation.” David Lynch: In Theory. Ed. Francois-Xavier Gleyzon (Litteraria Pragensia), 101–116
“I Heard it Through the [Bengali] Grapevine: Geography, Disaspora, and Systemized Expectation in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Only Goodness.” Northeast Modern Language Association, 2017 Conference. Baltimore, MD. March 26, 2017
“When the Author Vanishes: The Secondary Text as Discipline in Haneke’s Caché.” Inaugural LACK Conference, Colorado College, April 22, 2016
“Teaching Grammar with Style.” Chair of Regis College Writing Program Panel. University of Massachusetts Boston’s Engaging Practices Conference. April 26, 2014
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