University of Konstanz, Germany, Fachbereich Literaturwissenschaft, 2002 - 2003
SUNY New Paltz, 2004 - present
Sarah Wyman teaches twentieth-century comparative literature with an emphasis on poetry, the visual arts, and drama in the U.S. and Europe.
Recent poems appeared in Mudfish (2012), Petrichor Review (2013), and A Slant of Light: Contemporary Women Writers of the Hudson Valley (Codhill 2013).
Current project on promoting SDMA museum learning in classes across the disciplines.
Recent publications include, “How Paul Klee and Frank O’Hara Used Painted Image and Printed Word to Signify Worlds in Motion” Word & Image (2010); “Beyond the Veil: Indeterminacy and Iconoclasm in the Work of Robert Hayden, Janet Kozachek, and Tom Feelings.” The Comparatist 36 (2012); “Reading Through Fictions in Ursula Le Guin’s ‘The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas” ANQ 25.4 (2012); “Facing Problems of Representation in Robert Olen Butler’s ‘Open Arms’ and ‘Letters from my Father.’” Amerikastudien /American Studies 53.7 (2012); “Charting the Body in Percival Everett’s re: (f) gesture.” Critical Approaches to Percival Everett. UP Mississippi (2013).
Certificates & Licenses
Certificate 1994 Institut d’Études Francaises d’Avignon. French Literature.
Committee Memberships & Professional Organizations
Teaching and Learning Advisory Board
Creative Writing Committee - English Department
Arts & Aesthetics Committee