Etta enjoys taking ideas beyond the university classroom. Whether speaking at a public venue in Missouri, a library in Tuscany, or on the streets of Rome, the subjects she considers are tailored to a group’s interests. She organizes workshops, educational trips, and talks for adults that build from topics she writes and teaches about. Past custom-designed trips for adults have focused on alternative communities and religious practices, American Protestant pilgrims, and American writers abroad. Recent talks, listed below, center on utopian foodways in literature and culture and her new book, Engaging Italy: American Women’s Utopian Visions and Transnational Networks.
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History in the Margins
An interview with author Pamela Toler, History in the Margins, and her women’s history month blog
American Women in Italy – Cancelled due to COVID
Talk in Springfield, MO
Science Fiction, Dystopia, And How it Relates to Real Life
On this episode of STEM Spots, Dr. Cornelison sits down with Assistant Department Head of the English Department at Missouri State University, Dr. Etta Madden, to discuss science fiction, dystopian literature, and the relevance of those books during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Talking About Women’s History: Three Questions and an Answer.
An interview with author Pamela Toler, History in the Margins, and her women’s history month blog, “Talking About Women’s History: Three Questions and an Answer.”
The history of science as it intersects with American literature
Dave has an in-depth historical discussion with Dr. Etta Madden, an English professor at Missouri State University, about the link between science and literature.
Treacherous Thresholds in Samuel Delany’s Speculative Fiction
Italian Association of North American Studies (AISNA) Conference, Ragusa, Italy.
Plant Science in Gilman and Ozeki: Tendrils of Luther Burbank’s Utopianism
Utopian Studies Society (USS) Conference, Prato, Italy.
The Great American Read
Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven and Cults and Intentional Communities Panel, Springfield-Greene County Library Center