C.V.

Paul James Cote

Curriculum Viitae

6511 40th Avenue

Hyattsville, MD 20782

720.771.6842

pcote@umd.edu

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D., English Literature, Expected May 2014

University of Maryland, College Park, MD

2009, M.A., English Literature

University of Maryland, College Park, MD

2006, B.A., English (summa cum laude)

The University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

CONFERENCE PAPERS

“Faded Boundaries, Delusional Hearts, and Improperly Spelled Kats: New Identities in Krazy Kat,” presented at 12 March 2012 at Borderlines: the 4th annual Conference of the University of Maryland Graduate English Organization.

“Something to do with Sean: A Study of Musical Affects in Transmission in Leone and Morricone’s Duck, You Sucker! ” presented at 16 April 2010 at Making Sense: Thinking and Feeling Texts: University of Virginia Department of English Graduate Conference

“The Man with No Name and the Woman with No Body: The Disembodied Female Voice in the Italian Western,” presented at 8 October 2009 at Captive Senses and Aesthetic Habits: The University of Chicago English and Art History Conference

 

Presentations

Respondent to Masha Salazkina’s “Traveling Film Theroy and Institutional Spaces of Cinema: Towards a Transnational History of Film Cultures,” presented at 29 April 2011 at Cinema and History: University of Maryland Graduate Field Committee in Film Studies Symposium

Panelist at College of Arts and Humanities screening of The Social Network presented at 31 March 2011 at University of Maryland College at College Park

 

 

RELEVENT WORK EXPERIENCE

Instructor, English 202:  Inventing Western Literature, Renaissance to Modern, University of Maryland, College Park, Spring 2012

Instructor, English 245/Comparative Literature 245:  Film Form and Culture, University of Maryland, College Park, Fall 2011

Second Language Associate, National Institute of Foreign Languages, Summer 2011

Instructor, Comparative Literature 280: Film Art in a Global Society, University of Maryland, College Park, Spring 2011

Instructor, English 278W:  Literature in a Wired World, University of Maryland, College Park, Fall 2010

Instructor, English 101: Academic Writing, University of Maryland, College Park, Fall 2010

Teaching Assistant, Comparative Literature 214: Film Form and Culture, University of Maryland, College Park, Spring 2010

Teaching Assistant, Comparative Literature 214: Film Form and Culture, University of Maryland, College Park, Fall 2009

Teaching Assistant, English 222: American Literature, 1865 to Present, University of Maryland, College Park, Spring 2009

Instructor, English 101: Academic Writing, University of Maryland, College Park, Fall 2009

Instructor, English 101: Academic Writing, University of Maryland, College Park, Spring 2008

House Manager, University of Boulder Light Opera, Summer 2008

Assistant House Manager, Macky Auditorium, Spring 2003-Spring 2007

SERVICE

Graduate English Organization, President, University of Maryland, Fall 2011-Spring 2012

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Modern Language Association

Children’s Literature Association

International Film Music Critics Association

LANGUAGES

Proficient in French

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