Dr. Martin Maner: Curriculum Vitae

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Papers, Presentations

"The Authorship of Swift's A Tale of a Tub--Once More," American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Montreal, Canada, March 31, 2006.

"Why Nobody Jammed after Beethoven: The Death and Rebirth of Improvisation," English Department Colloquium, Wright State University, May 12, 1999. 

"The Death and Rebirth of Improvisation," 13th Annual DeBartolo Conference on Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, February 20, 1999. 

"Writing for Professional Publications," Center for Teaching and Learning, Wright State University, April 8, 1997. 

Co-Moderator of discussion of "It's All in the Timing," Human Race Theatre Company, Dayton, Ohio, September 21, 1995. 

"Introduction to the History of Jazz," Dayton-Montgomery Public Library, June 26, 1993. 

"Jazz and Elegy," English Department Colloquium, Wright State University, 1993.

"Psychobiography of an Eighteenth-Century Biographer," 5th Annual De Bartolo Conference on Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, February 16, 1991.

"Johnson, Probability, and Biography," Samuel Johnson Society of the Central Region, Iowa City, Iowa, April 30, 1988.

"Getting a Handle on the Handbook," English Department Colloquium, 1985. 

"Some Kind of Blues," lecture/concert with jazz quartet, Liberal Arts Lecture Series, 1985, 1983. 

"A Biographer's Doubts: Johnson and the Lives of the Poets," English Department Colloquium, 1982. 

"The Language of the Arts in Seventeenth-Century Poetry," Symposium on the Arts in Seventeenth-Century England, 1978.

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