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 David  Holdeman
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David Holdeman
Professor & Chairperson-English
 
Contact address   1155 Union Circle # 311307, Denton, TX 76203-1307     Office LocationAuditorium Building, Room No.: 112B 
Email  holdeman@unt.edu    Contact Number 940-565-2050    Fax No: 940-565-4355   
Keywords Modern Irish literature; scholarly editing   
Graduate Faculty Membership Status: Full Membership-Permanent   
toggle toggle Professional Preparation
 DegreeMajor/Thesis/DissertationInstitutionYear
 Doctor of PhilosophyEnglish Language and LiteratureUniversity of Michigan1992
 Master of ArtsEnglish Language and LiteratureUniversity of Michigan1988
 Bachelor of ArtsEnglish with highest distinction and honorsIndiana University1986
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SemesterSubjectCourse NumberSectionCourse NameCalculated Semester Credit HoursSyllabus 
Spring 2014ENGL4841001Studies in Modern Irish Literature Download Syllabus
Spring 2013ENGL3440001British and Anglophone Literature 1780 to the Present Download Syllabus
Fall 2011ENGL5540001Studies in Twentieth-Century British or Iris  
Spring 2011ENGL4800002Special Seminar in Literature or Language Download Syllabus
Spring 2010ENGL3440001Studies in British Literature 1780 to the Present87 
Fall 2009ENGL3440001Studies in British Literature 1780 to the Present87 
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Modern Irish and British Literature
 
Modern and contemporary Irish literature and culture (especially W. B. Yeats); modern British and American poetry and drama; the theory and practice of scholarly editing

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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)RankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2006-presentChairpersonDepartment of EnglishCollege of Arts and SciencesUniversity of North Texas
2004-presentProfessor of EnglishDepartment of EnglishCollege of Arts and SciencesUniversity of North Texas
1998-2004Associate Professor of EnglishDepartment of EnglishCollege of Arts and SciencesUniversity of North Texas
1992-1998Assistant Professor of EnglishDepartment of EnglishCollege of Arts and SciencesUniversity of North Texas
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Duration (YYYY - YYYY)Percentage TeachingPercentage ResearchPercentage Service
2011-2012102070
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  Type  Publications per page   1  2 3 4 
  YearPublication  Type
2014
Accepted/In-press
"Looking at Art in Bernard MacLaverty's Fiction" in Bernard MacLaverty: New Critical Readings, ed. Richard R. Russell
David Holdeman
Continuum
Book chapters
2010
Published
W. B. Yeats in Context
Ed. David Holdeman and Ben Levitas
Cambridge University Press
Books Edited
2010
Published
"Manuscripts and Revisions," in W. B. Yeats in Context, ed. David Holdeman and Ben Levitas, pp. 365-75.
David Holdeman
Cambridge University Press
Book chapters
2009
Published
Review of Klaus Peter Jochum, ed., The Reception of W. B. Yeats in Europe. London and New York: Continuum, 2006
David Holdeman
Modern Philology, 107:2, pp. 311-14.
Book reviews
2008
Published
The Cambridge Introduction to W. B. Yeats (China reprint edition)
David Holdeman
Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press
Book
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YearTitleRoleOrganization
2010"Yeats and Textual Production"Week-long SeminarW. B. Yeats International Summer School, Sligo, Ireland, July 2010
2010"W. B. Yeats: Magic and Textual Production"LectureW. B. Yeats International Summer School, Sligo, Ireland, July 2010
2006"Yeats's XYZ Notebook, Modernism, and Personality"LectureW. B. Yeats International Summer School, Sligo, Ireland, August 2006
2005“STS: The Next 20 Years.”Participant in roundtable discussion that also featured Martha Nell Smith, Nicholas Frankel, David Greetham, Jerome McGann, and Wayne Storey.Biennial Convention, Society for Textual Scholarship, New York, NY, March 2005
2005“The Poetics of the Collected Edition.”Session ChairBiennial Convention, Society for Textual Scholarship, New York, NY, March 2005
2004"'A Masterpiece of Its Genre': Yeats's XYZ Notebook"Conference Paper20th-Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, February 2004. An earlier version of this paper was given at the Biennial Convention of the Society for Textual Scholarship, New York, NY, March 2003
2003“Recanted, Buried, Material Texts.”Session ChairBiennial Convention, Society for Textual Scholarship, New York, NY, March 2003
2002"Looking at Art in Bernard Mac Laverty's 'Cal'"Conference PaperAnnual Convention, South Central Modern Language Association, Austin, TX, November 2002
2001“Textual Issues Related to the Stage and the Page.”Session ChairBiennial Convention, Society for Textual Scholarship, New York, NY, April 2001
2001"The Editor as Artist"Conference PaperBiennial Convention, Society for Textual Scholarship, New York, NY, April 2001. A version of this paper was subsequently presented at the Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Baltimore, MD, November 2002
1999"Modernism, Patronage, and the Circulation of Yeats's Manuscripts"Conference PaperThe New Modernisms: Inaugural Conference of the Modernist Studies Association, Penn State University, October 1999
1999"Editorial Theory, Literary Aesthetics, and Cultural Studies"Conference PaperAnnual Convention, Modern Language Association, Chicago, IL, December 1999. An earlier version was given at the Biennial Convention of the Society for Textual Scholarship, New York, NY, April 1999
1997"Gender, Class, Nationalism, and Yeats's Modernist Idea of the Book"Conference PaperVoice, Text, and Hypertext at the Millennium: Inaugural Conference in Textual Studies, University of Washington, October 1997
1996Conference on "The Iconic Page in Manuscript, Print, and Digital Culture."Respondent to Jerome McGannUniversity of Michigan, October 1996
1995"'There are only middles': Editorial Theory, Literary Criticism, and Robert Frost's Books"Conference PaperBiennial Convention, Society for Textual Scholarship, New York, NY, April 1995
1995"What Can -- and What Can't -- Be Done with the Cornell Yeats?"Conference PaperAnnual Convention, Modern Language Association, Chicago, IL, December 1995
1994"Beyond Editing: Textual Studies, Literary Interpretation, and Pedagogy"Conference PaperAnnual Convention, Modern Language Association, San Diego, CA, December 1994
1994“Bibliography and Textual Criticism.” Special Topic: “Bibliography, Textual Criticism, and Pedagogy.”Session ChairAnnual Convention, South Central Modern Language Association, New Orleans, LA, November 1994
1993"Interpreting Textual Processes: The Case of Yeats's 'In the Seven Woods'"Conference PaperBiennial Convention, Society for Textual Scholarship, New York, NY, April 1993
1993"Historicizing Yeats: The Textual and Interpretative History of 'The Green Helmet and Other Poems'"Conference PaperAnnual Meeting, Southern American Conference for Irish Studies, University of Tulsa, February 1993
1992"Constructing Yeats: The Collaborative Authorship of 'In the Seven Woods'"Conference PaperAnnual Convention, South Central Modern Language Association, Memphis, TN, October 1992
1991"From Repetition to Progression: Yeats's Developing Modernism and the Ordering of his Volumes"Conference PaperAnnual Meeting, Midwest American Conference for Irish Studies, University of Notre Dame, October 1991
1990"Revision and Closure in Yeats's 'The Rose'"Conference PaperW. B. Yeats - Ezra Pound Conference, University of Maine, August 1990
toggle toggle Presentations and Projects
  Presentations/Projects per page   1  
Start DateEnd DatePresentation/Project
2010 2010 UNT Travel-Learn Trip to Ireland
Led a group of UNT alumni and supporters on a one-week Travel-Learn trip to Ireland in October 2010.
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YearAgency/OrganizationField of Expertise
2011Continuum PressModern Irish Literature
2010Philological QuarterlyW. B. Yeats
2008Papers in Language and LiteratureW. B. Yeats
2004University of Michigan PressScholarly Editing
2000-presentTwentieth Century LiteratureModern and Contemporary Poetry
1996Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual StudiesW. B. Yeats
1995-2003Studies in the NovelScholarly Editing
1994-95University of Michigan PressScholarly Editing
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Bibliography and Research Methods
 
Graduate level.

British Literature from 1780
 
Undergraduate level.

Editorial Theory and Literary Criticism
 
Graduate level.

Frost, Hardy, and the History of Modern American and British Poetry
 
Graduate level.

Honors Freshman Composition
 
Undergraduate level.

Ireland's "Troubles" in Literature and Film
 
Graduate level.

Irish Poetry from Yeats to Heaney
 
Graduate level.

James Joyce
 
Undergraduate Honors Seminar

Literary Responses to “The Troubles”
 
Graduate level.

Literary Responses to “The Troubles”
 
Undergraduate level.

Modern British and Irish Poetry
 
Graduate level.

Modern Irish Drama
 
Graduate level.

Modern Poetry
 
Undergraduate level.

Modernist Poetry: Pound, Eliot, H.D., Stevens, Moore, Lowell
 
Graduate Level

Poetry and Magic: Yeats, Hughes, Heaney
 
Graduate level.

Reading Poetry
 
Undergraduate level.

Seven Post-Modernist Poets: Auden, Larkin, Hayden, Hughes, Lowell, Bishop, Plath
 
Undergraduate level.

Six Modernist Poets: Yeats, Pound, Eliot, H.D., Stevens, Moore
 
Graduate level.

The Poetry of Pound and Eliot
 
Graduate level.

Western World Literature since the Renaissance
 
Undergraduate level.

World Drama
 
Undergraduate level.

Yeats and Auden
 
Graduate level

Yeats and Eliot
 
Graduate level.

Yeats and Eliot
 
Undergraduate level.

Yeats and His Contemporaries
 
Graduate level.

Yeats and Joyce
 
Graduate level.

Yeats and the West of Ireland; Joyce and Literary Dublin
 
Graduate level. Two courses offered to UNT students during a Study Abroad trip to the Irish cities of Sligo, Galway, and Dublin.


Yeats and the West of Ireland; Joyce and Literary Dublin
 
Undergraduate level. Undergraduate versions of these courses were also offered during the Study Abroad trip.


Yeats, Joyce, and Their Irish Contemporaries
 
Undergraduate level.

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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)CommitteePositionClassification
2009-2010Academic Planning CouncilMemberUniversity Committee
2008-2009Composition and Rhetoric Search CommitteeChairDepartmental Committee
2007-2009UNT “One Book / One Community” Steering CommitteeChairUniversity Committee
2007-2008Victorianist Search CommitteeMemberDepartmental Committee
2006-2007Composition and Rhetoric Search CommitteeChairDepartmental Committee
2002-2006Departmental Personnel Affairs CommitteeChair; committee member since 2000Departmental Committee
2002-2006NAChair, Departmental Literature DivisionDepartmental Service
2001-2006Departmental Promotion and Tenure CommitteeMemberDepartmental Committee
1997-1999, 2002-2006Departmental Executive CommitteeMemberDepartmental Committee
2006Provost’s ad hoc committee to review university tenure filesMemberUniversity Committee
2003Departmental Graduate CommitteeMemberDepartmental Committee
2000-2002College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Curriculum CommitteeMemberCollege Committee
2000-2002NADepartmental Election JudgeDepartmental Service
1993-2002NADepartmental Library RepresentativeDepartmental Service
2002College of Arts and Sciences Appeal CommitteeMemberCollege Committee
2000-2001Modern British Search CommitteeMemberDepartmental Committee
2000Five-Year Plan CommitteeMemberDepartmental Committee
1998-1999Victorianist Search CommitteeChairDepartmental Committee
1997-1999Departmental Conference CommitteeMemberDepartmental Committee
1997-1999University Library CommitteeChairUniversity Committee
1994-1999University Library CommitteeMemberUniversity Committee
1994, 1996-1997Departmental Charter Revision CommitteesMemberDepartmental Committee
toggle toggle Honors and Recognitions
YearTitleHonoring Organization
2013Preston Award for Outstanding Undergraduate TeachingUNT Department of English
2009Faculty Member of the YearGraduate Students in English, University of North Texas
2000“Top Prof” Teaching AwardMeritum Chapter of the Mortar Board Honor Society
1999Developing Scholars AwardUniversity of North Texas
1999Faculty Development LeaveUniversity of North Texas
1995Junior Faculty Summer Research FellowshipUniversity of North Texas
1994Junior Faculty Summer Research FellowshipUniversity of North Texas
1993UNT Faculty Research GrantUniversity of North Texas
1990Rackham One-Term Fellowship and Patrides FellowshipUniversity of Michigan
1986Phi Beta KappaGamma of Indiana at Indiana University
1986Marshall Scholarship NomineeIndiana University
1986James A. Work Prize for the Outstanding Undergraduate English MajorIndiana University
1986Courson-Greeves Prize for the Outstanding Honors Thesis in EnglishIndiana University
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YearOrganizationRoleType of Service
2006-2007Society for Textual ScholarshipMemberRichard J. Finneran Prize Selection Committee
20032003 Conference of the Society for Textual Scholarship (New York University, March 19-22, 2003)Program ChairOrganized International Conference
2001-presentSociety for Textual ScholarshipMemberExecutive Committee
1998-2001Society for Textual ScholarshipMemberFredson Bowers Prize Selection Committee
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