David Lombard

David Lombard

David Lombard

David Lombard

Conference Papers

  • Lombard, David. “Representing the (In)Visible Through the Sublime: A Rhetorical and Narratological Analysis of Atomic Power in George Vizenor’s Hiroshima Bugi: Atomu 57.” Paper accepted for BAAHE’s annual conference Voicing Absences/Presences in a Damaged World, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, December 3, 2021. 
  • Lombard, David. “Rewriting the Anthropocene Imaginative Crisis Through the Sublime: A Rhetorical and Narratological Analysis of Atomic Power in Contemporary U.S. Literature.” Paper accepted for Crises: Climate and Critique in the Literature and Arts of the English-Speaking World after 1800, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France, November 18, 2021. 
  • Lombard, David. “The Rhetorics and Narratologies of the Sublime in Contemporary American Memoir: Mountains, Alaska, and the Farm.” Paper presented at ASLE 2021 Virtual Conference – Emergence/y Conference, online, August 3, 2021. (Program
  • Lombard, David. “Revisiting America’s Last Frontier: Richard Proenneke’s and Ernestine Hayes’s ‘Worlds’ and Ecological Sublimes.” Paper presented at the 18th Annual Interdisciplinary IU Graduate Student Conference of the Department of English of the Indiana University Bloomington – How to Do Things with Worlds, Indiana University Bloomington, online, April 16–17, 2021. (Program
  • Lombard, David. “From Cheechako to Koviashuvik and Shahóon: Wilderness and the Alaskan Sublime in Ken Ilgunas’s Walden on Wheels and Ernestine Hayes’s Blonde Indian.” Paper presented at Digital BAAS 2021 – The British Association for American Studies 66th Annual Convention, April 9, 2021. (Program)  
  • Lombard, David. “Facing the Imaginative Challenges of the Anthropocene: A Rhetorical and Narratological Analysis of the Toxic Sublime in Contemporary U.S. Literature.” Paper presented (online) at the X Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture – Ecoculture, Lisbon, Portugal, July 10, 2020. (Program
  • Lombard, David. “The Imaginative Challenges of the Anthropocenes: A Rhetorical and Narratological Analysis of the Sublime in Contemporary U.S. Literature.” Paper presented (online) at the SLSAeu’s annual conference: ANTHROPOCENES: Reworking the Wound, Katowice, Poland, June 19, 2020. 
  • Lombard, David. “Reading the Sublime: Or, What can Rhetoric Mobilizations of the Sublime Do for Narrative (Identity) and Ecocriticism.” Paper presented at the Winter School Stories to Live By: Narrative and Identity, University of Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands, January 22, 2020.
  • Lombard, David. “The Toxic Sublime in U.S. Literature: Self, Senses and Environment.” Paper presented at the London Center for Interdisciplinary Research’s International Conference on Ecocriticism and Environmental Studies, University of London, London, United Kingdom, October 19, 2019.
  • Lombard, David. “U.S. Literature and the Toxic Sublime: Technology in the Pastoral Garden.” Paper presented at the 8th Biennial Conference of the EASLCE – The Garden: Ecological Paradigms of Space, History, and Community, University of Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany, September 29, 2018. (Program
  • Lombard, David. “Dwelling on Dwelling: Home and Nature in (Native) American Literature.” Paper presented at The University of Lisbon Center for English Studies’s RHOME 2 Conference: Representations of Home 2 – Conflict and/or (Be)Longing: Thinking with Stories and Images, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal, November 16, 2017. (Program
  • Lombard, David. “U.S. (Post-)Pastoral Non-Fiction and the Toxic Sublime.” Paper presented at Jagiellonian University’s conference New Perspectives in English and American Studies, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland, April 20, 2017.
  • Lombard, David. “Planned Obsolescence, Nature and the Self in American Literature.” Paper presented at CIPA’s conference Planned Obsolescence: Text, Theory, Technology, University of Liège, Liège, Belgium, December 8, 2016. (Program)
  • Lombard, David. “From Silenced Nature to Worldness in American Literature.” Paper presented at BAAHE’s annual conference World / Text / Context, University of Brussels (ULB), Brussels, Belgium, December 2, 2016.