Patricia S. Rudden


Office:
» Namm Hall 524 (N-524)


Phone:
» 718.260.5334


E-mail:
» prudden
   @citytech.cuny.edu


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Patricia S. Rudden, Professor

Courses Taught:

ENG 090, ENG 092, ENG 1101, ENG 1201, ENG 2000, ENG 2200,

ENG 2201, ENG 2202, ENG 3402, ENG 3404

Education:

PhD CUNY Graduate School English     

MA Hunter College English

BA Hunter College English

Academic Interests:

American 19th century, British literature (medieval-19th C), women in popular music

Publications:

"Saved by the Net."   Perspectives 1996-97
 
"Ancestral Allusions."  Perspectives 1997-98
 
"Melville's Jews."  Perspectives 1998-99    
 
"Dr. Bigelow's Prescription." Perspectives 1999-2000
 
"Melville Goes to School," Perspectives 2000-2001

“Harmonic Convergence: Beginning to Read Laura Nyro's 'Eli and the Thirteenth Confession'.”  Perspectives 2001-2002

“'There She Stands': Browning's Cordelia.” Perspectives 2002-2003

“Shine Everybody Shine: Learning to Make the Moves in Laura Nyro's 'Mercy on Broadway.'”  Perspectives 2003-2004.
 
"Melville's Post Office," Melville Society Extracts February 2001
 
"Bartleby on the Ferry."  Melville Society Extracts July 2001

“'There She Stands': Browning's Cordelia.” Perspectives 2003

“Shine Everybody Shine: Learning to Make the Moves in Laura Nyro's 'Mercy on Broadway.'” Perspectives 2004

“Bartleby the Grievant: A Time-Warped Case.” Perspectives 2005

“Mining the Page: A Committee Annotation Project for Introduction to Composition.” Perspectives 2006

“Errands Back Into the Wilderness: Irving, Hawthorne, and the Mission to Establish American Literature.” Perspectives 2007
 
“Crossing Brooklyn Ferry.” Encyclopedia article. American History Through Literature 1820-1870 Charles Scribner’s Sons, December 2005

"Blindness Never Brewed: A Dickinson Analogue of Nyro's 'Sweet Blindness.'"  Emily Dickinson International Bulletin, May-June 2006

“Stacking the Wax: The Structure of Laura Nyro’s Studio Albums.” Singing for Themselves: Essays on Women in Popular Music.  Ed. Patricia Spence Rudden. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.  25-38.

Singing for Themselves: New Essays on Women in Popular Music, editor. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.

In progress: Jacob Bigelow, Poetic Satire, and the "Rejected Addresses" Phenomenon

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