James R. Knippling

Contact Information

Name
James Knippling
Position Educator Associate Professor
Office Location McMicken Hall Room 110N
Email james.knippling@uc.edu
Phone (513) 556-0704
Fax (513) 556-5960
Mail Location 0069

 

faculty

Education

School Degree
Univerity of Pittsburgh Ph.D., 1990

 

Encyclodpedia Articles

"Little Rock Crisis." The Multicultural Encyclopedia. Salem Press, 1993.

"The Equal Rights Amendment." The Multicultural Encyclopedia. Salem Press, 1993.

"E. Franklin Frazier." The African American Encyclopedia. Salem Press, 1992.

"bell hooks." The African American Encyclopedia. Salem Press, 1992.

"The War of 1812 and African Americans." The African American Encyclopedia. Salem Press, 1992.

Reviews

Rev. of Framing Blackness The Semiotic Review of Books. (1994).

Other Publications

"The Novelist as Historical Materialist: E.L. Doctorow and Walter Benjamin." Semiotics (1994).

"Censorship and African American Literature." Preserving Academic Freedom (1994). NCTE.

"Public Redemption Rituals in the Age of Information." Semiotics (1993).

"Charles Johnson's Oxherding Tale." Sourcebook on African American Literature (1993). McGill's.

"Interview: Thomas Berger." Cincinnati Magazine (1982).

Paper Presentations

'But I Did Not Shoot the Deputy': When Students Cop in Comp. CEA, New Orleans. 04-2007.

Chester Himes's Paris Years. National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar, Paris. 07-2006.

Web Development on a Budget. Association for Applied Interactive Multimedia, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. 07-1999.

Film Theory, Multimedia Practice. Faculty College, Nebraska Teaching Improvement Council, Eleventh Annual Conference, Mahoney State Park. 05-1998.

Spinning Webs on Shoestrings. AACIS '97 (American Association of College Independent Study), Fifth Annual Conference, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. 11-1997.

Toward a Critical Use of Technology in the Classroom. Faculty College, Nebraska Teaching Improvement Council, Tenth Annual Conference, University of Nebraska-Kearney. 05-1997.

Web Courses: How Are They Spun. NETA '97 (Nebraska Educational Technology Association), Spring Conference, Omaha, Nebraska. 04-1997.

People of Color as Teachers and Mentors in U.S. Popular Culture. EPeople of Color in Predominantly White Institutions, Second Annual Conference, University of Nebraska–Lincoln. 04-1997.

How Movies Work: Shot Production in the Hollywood Film. Expovisions, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 07-1996.

The Astor Place Riot of 1849. Kansas State University Symposium on Cultural Studies, Manhattan, KS. 03-1996.

The Wright–Baldwin Debate of 1954. Twentieth-Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville. 02-1996.

'The Things You Do Hurt Mother So': Chester Himes’s Family Romance. Semiotics Society of America Annual Conference, San Antonio. 10-1995.

Popular Culture and the Intentional Fallacy. Kansas State University Symposium on Cultural Studies, Manhattan, KS. 03-1995.

Doctorow and the Distribution of Suffering. Twentieth-Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville. 02-1995.

The Portable Image: Film Study on Laserdisc. Pedagogy of the Oppressed Conference, Omaha, NE. 02-1995.

'Nobody Loses: Buffoonery and Tragedy in U.S. Culture. Semiotics Society of America Annual Conference, Philadelphia. 10-1994.

The Novelist as Historical Materialist: E. L. Doctorow and Walter Benjamin. South Central MLA, Austin, TX. 10-1993.

Public Redemption Rituals in the Age of Information. Semiotics Society of America Annual Conference, St. Louis. 10-1993.

Biographical Pressure Points. Lecture Series on Race, Ethnicity, and Culture, University of Delaware. 04-1992.

The Geometry of Violence in Chester Himes. Institute on Culture