HAWLEY--CV-external.doc - 1 JOHN CHARLES HAWLEY Professor of English Santa Clara University 95053(408 554-4956 email [email protected] EDUCATION

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JOHN CHARLES HAWLEY Professor of English Santa Clara University 95053 (408) 554-4956; email: [email protected] EDUCATION Institutions and Degrees Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania. (English) S.T.M. Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley (now: Santa Clara University). (Theology and Psychology) M.Div. Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley (now: Santa Clara University). (Theology and Literature) M.A. St. Louis University. (English) A.B. St. Louis University. (Philosophy; minor: Classics) cum laude Postdoctoral Study 2015 Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, Fulbright Visiting Scholar Fellowship 2011 Columbia University, NEH Summer Institute; “America Engages Eurasia, 19 th Century-Present,” Edward Kasinec, Robert Davis, and Timothy Frye 2003 Rockefeller Foundation Study and Conference Center, Bellagio, Italy, working on African and Indian literatures 1999 Georgetown University, Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, NEH Summer Institute, “Islam and the 21st Century: Heritage and Prospects,” John Voll 1996 University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, NEH Summer Seminar; “Postcolonial Literature and Theory,” Feroza Jussawalla and Reed Way Dasenbrock 1991 Boston College, NEH Summer Seminar: “Political and Religious Romance in the English Novel,” Judith Wilt 1987 Columbia University, NEH Summer Seminar; “James Joyce: Aspects of a Narrative Career,” Michael Seidel B. Titles of Thesis and Dissertation Ph.D. Dissertation: “Charles Kingsley, Rhetorical Fiction, and the Victorian Periodical Press” Director: David DeLaura; second reader, Nina Auerbach 1
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S.T.M. Thesis: “Otto Rank, Ernest Becker, and Walter Kasper: A Discussion of Christian Hope” Director: Joseph Powers, S.J. C. Academic Honors and Grants 2019 Provost’s grant ($3000) as subvention for hosting South Asian Literary Association annual conference in Chicago 2018 Provost’s grant ($3000) as subvention for hosting South Asian Literary Association annual conference in New York City 2017 Provost’s grant ($3000) to guest edit special issue of South Asian Review on “The Future of South Asian Studies” 2015 Fulbright Visiting Scholar Fellowship ($15,000), Humboldt University, Berlin, April-July 2014 Provost’s grant ($5000) book subvention (not required by press for publication) for Expanding the Circle (SUNY press, 2015) 2009 Provost’s and Dean’s grants ($3400) to guest edit Special Issue of South Asian Review on topic of “Theorizing Religion in a Postmodern Context” 2008 Joseph Bayma, S.J. Scholarship Award [annual College of Arts and Sciences award to one individual for “productive, meaningful, and rigorous scholarly or creative work, and for having demonstrated the ability to motivate other scholars or artists, teachers, and learners”] 2007 elected to membership in the International Association of University Professors of English Provost’s grant ($3400) to guest edit creative writing issue of South Asian Review 2003 Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio (Italy) Study and Conference Center residency, 22 April-20 May (competitive) Provost’s grant ($3400) to guest edit Special Issue of South Asian Review on
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