D. ivan rodden IV




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D. IVAN RODDEN IV

Contact: McMurran 217

1 University Place

Newport News, VA 23606

757.594.7955

ivan.roddeniv@cnu.edu




EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS at CHICAGO, Chicago, Illinois

Ph.D., Department of English, Program for Writers

M.A., Department of English, Program for Writers


Dissertation: Miracles of the Non-Real World

  • Honorable Mention, Leapfrog Press Fiction Contest, 2009

Exam Areas: American Literature 1865-1917: Popular & Literary Novels

Constructing Memory in 20th-Century American Drama

Fabulist Fiction

Narrative Discourse: Author, Narration and Form



WHEATON COLLEGE, Wheaton, Illinois

B.A., Literature, May 1994, Cum Laude

EMPLOYMENT AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Christopher Newport University (Newport News, VA) Lecturer 2011-Present


  • First-Year Writing Seminar

  • Second-Year Writing Seminar: Literature, Research, and Writing

"Writing about American Film Noir"

"Writing about American Punk Culture"



  • Shaping Language: An Exploration of Creative Writing

  • Creative Nonfiction

  • Fiction Writing

  • Advanced Creative Writing Workshop

  • Creativity, out of Conflict - "Returning Home from War"

  • Independent Study – "Creative Writing: Contemporary Western Short Fiction"

"Introduction to Speculative Novel Writing"

University of Illinois at Chicago Visiting Lecturer 2010-2011


Teaching Assistant 2000-02, 2004-10

  • Introduction to the Writing of Fiction

  • Introduction to the Writing of Non-fiction Prose

  • English and American Drama – "Victims and Violence"

  • Understanding Literature

  • Academic Writing I: Writing in Academic and Public Contexts "Writing About Public and Private Space"

  • Academic Writing II: Writing for Inquiry and Research

"Writing About American Cookery"

"Writing About American Noir"

"Writing About American Punk Culture"

"Reading the Visual: Images as Text in the Contemporary World"


Prairie State College (Chicago Heights, IL) Instructor 2009-2011


  • Fundamental English

  • Composition I

  • Composition II

Community Christian College (Redlands, CA) Instructor 2003


  • Introduction to World Literature



College of Teachers of Foreign Languages Instructor 1994-1996


Hanoi National University (Hanoi, Viet Nam)

  • Fourth Year Writing: "The Short Essay"

  • Fourth Year Speaking Skills: "Speech and Debate"

  • Third Year Speaking Skills

  • Third Year Listening Skills

  • Third Year Writing: "The Five-Paragraph Essay"


TEACHING INTERESTS

  • Creative Writing

  • Fiction Writing

  • Playwriting

  • Introductory Composition and Literature

  • Fabulist Fiction

  • Drama

  • Performance Theory

  • Academic Rhetoric and the Canon



PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

All prose and drama published under the pseudonym "Ivan Faute."



Completed Manuscripts under Review

  • Singing in the Temple of Goodness and Light: A Novel

  • Stories for the Edification of Children: Short Stories and Morals Applicable for All Occasions



Fiction - Chapbooks

  • This Is How We Will Live, Now That We Are Free: Three Fictions. Mankato, MN: RockSaw Press, 2010.




Fiction – Journals – Print Publications


  • "Brook of Kishon." Bellingham Review 34.63 (Spring 2011). 66-78.

  • "Ha Noi Zoo, 1994." Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine 3.1 (2010). 59.

  • "A German Fairy Story." Vulcan 4 (2010). 30-35.

  • "A German Fairy Story." The Delinquent 10 (December 2009). 77-79.

  • "Gordon and His Amazing Dog Boncer." The Blotter Magazine (October 2009). 11.

  • "Something I Do While I Wait For." Harpur Palate 9.1 (Summer 2009). 70.

  • "Expectation." Harpur Palate 9.1 (Summer 2009). 71.

  • "This Is How We Will Live, Now That We Are Free." Second Prize, Fiction Competition. Crucible (Summer 2009). 40-46.

  • "Along the Lines of Good Advice." Buffalo Carp 6 (2009). 47-48.

  • "Circa Thus." The Binnacle, Fifth Annual Ultra-Short Competition (2008).

  • "Watermelon Baby." The Mochila Review 10 (2008). 30-34.

  • "Smashing, Just Smashing." The Blotter Magazine (February 2008). 13.

  • "Little Egypt." The Louisville Review 62 (Fall 2007). 85-95.

  • "Lemongrass." Other Voices 47 (Fall/Winter 2007). 179-191. Nominated for Pushcart Prize.

  • "A Thing Enclosed." Touched by Wonder (Anthology), Meadowhawk Press, 2007. 140-146.

  • "Signs of Humility: The Story of Fernando Alberto Javier de los Arcos don Miguel By Tawnya Alberta Brown." The Orphan Leaf Review – Metamorphosis 7 (UK) (Fall 2007), 5-6.

  • "Forget Not All That Has Been Accomplished." The Cupboard 15 (Midsummer 2007), 12-14.

  • "By the River Chebar." Karamu 20.2 (Spring 2007), 25-29.

  • "How Eloise Began as a Loser and Where It Took Her." The Pinch 27.1 (Spring 2007), 1-4.

  • "Removed From Hazeroth." Relief Journal 1 (Fall 2006), 53-56.

  • "Tragedy as Cake." The Southeast Review 25.1 (Fall 2006), 95.

  • "Rice." Driftwood: A Literary Journal of Voices From Afar 1.2 (Summer 2006), 173-181.



Fiction – On-Line Publications


  • "The Economic Advancement of the Lower Classes on the Shoulders of Dreamers." Feathertale (2 August 2009). .

  • "Posted With Glue, Then Removed Overnight." elimae (2009:06/07). .

  • "1995." One-Page Stories (Winter 2009). .

  • "After This, Everything Else is Going." M Review (2008). .

  • "Urban Renewal." The Abacot Journal 2 (1 April 2008). .

  • "Ulysses." Behind the Wainscot 13 (13 March 2008). .

  • "My Lover, My Friend, My Mortality, All Has Come to Accuse Me in My Decay." The Cerebral Catalyst (3 March 2008). .

  • "Airstream." 971 MENU (December 2007). .

  • "Advertising." 55 Words (September 2007). .



Drama – Full Production


  • Ralph Lombreglia's Museum of Love. Art of Adaptation Festival, City Lit Theater Company (Chicago). 8-10 May 2009.

  • The Hunting Party. North Park Playwright Festival (San Diego), 3-4 October 2008.

  • The Darling Children. The New York International Fringe Festival, 8-24 August 2008.

  • The Fall of the House of Usher: An Adaptation. Prizewinner. Art of Adaptation Festival, City Lit Theater Company (Chicago). 17-19 August 2007.



Drama – Publication


  • "A Love Story for Two Characters/Four Personalities." Rockhurst Review 20 (Spring 2007), 25-33.

Drama – Staged Reading


  • The Dog Show. Nine2Nine Showcase. Stage Left Theatre (Chicago). 26 July 2009.

  • Cris Mazza's Disability. John Gress Studio (Chicago). 14 April 2009.

  • Riders of the Purple Sage. City Lit Theater Company (Chicago). 22 July 2008.

  • Sebastian in Columbus. Illinois Philological Association, Annual Conference, Springfield, IL. 13 April 2007.

Drama –Under Review


  • Cris Mazza's Disability. Full-length adaptation.

  • The Fattest Man in the World Falls in Love. Full-length original work.

  • Elephant: A Comedy. One-act play.


Additional Work

  • The Way to Hell (lyrics), music by Seth Boustead. The Chicago AIDS Quilt Songbook. December 2008.

Juried Readings


  • "The Falk Family Circus: Augusta, KS." Second Annual UIC/SAIC Joint Reading, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 9 April 2010

  • "This is How We Will Live, Now That We Are Free." The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900, University of Louisville, 18-20 February 2010

  • "Thomas Mann in L.A.," John R. Milton Writers’ Conference, 29-31 October 2009

  • "A German Fairy Story," Chicago Lions and Typers Festival, Uptown Writer's Space, 16 June 2007

  • "Along the Lines of Good Advice," University of Illinois at Chicago Program for Writers Reading Series, March 2007

  • "By the River Chebar," 20th Century Literature and Culture Conference, University of Louisville, 23 February 2007

  • "Natalie Touches Upon the World," Uptown Writer's Space Performance Series, 3 February 2007

  • "Honey," Illinois Philological Association, Annual Conference, Chicago, 8 April 2006

  • "Stories for the Edification of Children," University of Illinois at Chicago Program for Writers Reading Series, March 2006

  • Excerpt, Singing in the Temple of Goodness and Light, University of Illinois at Chicago Program for Writers Reading Series, March 2005

  • "Clearly, Silver Lake is Not for Love" University of Illinois at Chicago Program for Writers Reading Series, February 2004

  • "Little Egypt" Semeiotic, Fish Annual Arts Show, October 2002

  • "By the River Chebar" Semeiotic, Fish Annual Arts Show, October 2001



HONORS AND AWARDS


  • Shortlist, "Brook of Kishon," The Vaike and Erich Rannu Fund for Writers of Speculative Literature, 2010

  • Al and Betty Brauner and Scott Brauner Fellowship, The Brauner Endowment, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2009-10

  • Honorable Mention, Miracles of the Non-Real World, Leapfrog Press Fiction Contest, 2009

  • Shortlist, "Natalie Touches Upon the World," The Vaike and Erich Rannu Fund for Writers of Speculative Literature, 2008

  • Commendation, "By the River Chebar," Friends of the Decatur Public Library Annual Writing Contest, 2009

  • Commendation, "Watermelon Baby," Friends of the Decatur Library Annual Writing Contest, 2009

  • Second, Fiction Competition, Crucible, 2009

  • Fellow, Committee on Institutional Cooperation, Summer Institute in Theory and Criticism: "Textual States, Theatrical Stances, Performative Turns," 2008

  • Honoree, The Binnacle Ultra-Short Competition, 2008

  • Nominated for Pushcart Prize in Fiction, 2008

  • Dissertation Fellowship, University of Illinois at Chicago, Spring 2008

  • Prizewinner, Art of Adaptation Festival, City Lit Theater (Chicago), 2007

  • Winner, Other Voices University of Illinois at Chicago Program for Writers - Fiction, 2007

  • Finalist, Calvino Prize, University of Louisville, 2006

  • Finalist, The Southeast Review's World's Best Short Short Story Contest, 2006

  • Pew Younger Scholar (Faculty Nominated), Wheaton College, 1994

  • Dean's List, Wheaton College, 1992-1994



ACADEMIC PANELS AND PRESENTATIONS


  • Excerpts from The Darling Children and Singing in the Temple of Goodness and Light, Point Park Writers' Series (Pittsburgh), 1 April 2013

  • "Building Character Voice Through Syntax," Point Park Writers' Series Master Class, 2 April 2013
  • "Expertise, Collaboration, and Collegiality in the Smaller Program," AWP 2012 Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 29 Feb-3 March, 2012

  • "Gilman's Invisible Menace: Spinning Into Butter and the Threat of Specificity," American Theatre and Drama Society Panel, Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Los Angeles, CA, 3-6 August 2010

  • "Gilman's Invisible Menace: Spinning Into Butter and the Threat of Specificity," The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900, University of Louisville, 18-20 February 2010


  • Guest Lecturer, "Christina Rossetti’s 'Goblin Market,'" English 242: History of English Literature, University of Illinois at Chicago, Spring 2007

  • "Uncle Tom's Cabin and 'Benito Cereno': Critical Mastery of Elite/Popular Texts," Midwestern Conference on Literature, Language, and Media, Northern Illinois University, 31 March 2007

  • "Reading Masculinity and Sexual Identity in Chandler's The Big Sleep and Farewell, My Lovely," 20th Century Literature and Culture Conference, University of Louisville, 24 February 2007

  • "Wikipedia and Its Discontents," Mile 8, First-Year Writer's Program, University of Illinois at Chicago, 24 November 2006

  • "Using VOA to Develop Listening Skills." Teacher's Edition 1.2 (Spring 1996), 17-19.

ACADEMIC SERVICE


  • Chair, Visiting Writers Series Committee, Christopher Newport University, Fall 2012-Present

  • Member, Undergraduate Degrees Committee, Christopher Newport University, Fall 2013-Present

  • Majors Mentoring Committee, English Department, Christopher Newport University, Fall 2012-Present

  • Assistant Advisor, Currents Literary Journal, Christopher Newport University, Fall 2012-Present

  • Judge, CNU Film Club Film Festival, Christopher Newport University, Spring 2013

  • Panel Respondent, Applying to Graduate School, Office of Career Services, Christopher Newport University, 11 September 2012

  • Curriculum Revision Committee, English Department, Christopher Newport University, Fall 2011

  • Graduate Student Member, Faculty Senate, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2009-2010

  • Departmental Representative, Graduate Student Council, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2006-2007, 2009-2010

  • Instructor, Summer Academic Learning Community, TRiO/Academic Support Program, Summer 2008, Summer 2009, Summer 2010

  • Committee Member, Second Year PhD Student Lecture Series, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2005-2006

  • Associate Director, University of Illinois at Chicago Program for Writers Reading Series, 2004-2006

  • Writing Tutor, UIC Writing Center, Fall 2000

  • Contributing Editor, Teacher's Edition, 1994-1996

  • Third-Year and Fourth-Year Qualifying Exam Committee, College of Foreign Languages, Hanoi National University, 1994-1996

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE


  • Drama Editor, Packingtown Review, 2007-2010

  • Board Member, Promethean Theatre Ensemble, 2006-2009

  • Dramaturge/Administrative Intern, Summer Lab Program, Lookingglass Theatre, Summer 2005

  • Community Development Intern, Redmoon Theater, Spring 2004

  • Co-leader/Co-founder, Fish (pan-media artist's group), 2000-2002

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS


  • Association for Theater in Higher Education

  • Association of Writers & Writing Programs

  • Edward Albee Society

  • Modern Language Association

  • National Council of Teachers of English

  • South Atlantic Modern Language Association

  • The International Society for the Study of Narrative


References available upon request.



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