Michael Matthew Kaylor

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Personal Biography
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'''Personal Biography'''
  
 
Birth: 2 December 1968 (Kettering, Ohio, USA)<br>
 
Birth: 2 December 1968 (Kettering, Ohio, USA)<br>
Workplace<br>
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'''Workplace'''<br>
 
Department of English and American Studies<br>
 
Department of English and American Studies<br>
 
Faculty of Arts<br>
 
Faculty of Arts<br>
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Arna Nováka 1<br>
 
Arna Nováka 1<br>
 
602 00 Brno, Czech Republic<br>
 
602 00 Brno, Czech Republic<br>
Employment Position<br>
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'''Employment Position'''<br>
 
Assistant Professor<br>
 
Assistant Professor<br>
Education and Academic Qualifications<br>
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'''Education and Academic Qualifications'''<br>
 
2005: Doctor of Philosophy in English Literature (University of Szeged, Hungary)<br>  
 
2005: Doctor of Philosophy in English Literature (University of Szeged, Hungary)<br>  
 
1994: Master of Arts in English (University of Akron, Ohio, USA) <br>
 
1994: Master of Arts in English (University of Akron, Ohio, USA) <br>
 
1992: Bachelor of Arts in English (University of Akron, Ohio, USA)<br>
 
1992: Bachelor of Arts in English (University of Akron, Ohio, USA)<br>
Employment Summary<br>
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'''Employment Summary'''<br>
 
2005-present: Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic (Assistant Professor)<br>  
 
2005-present: Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic (Assistant Professor)<br>  
 
2003-2005: Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic (Guest Lecturer) <br>
 
2003-2005: Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic (Guest Lecturer) <br>
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1995-1998: Gymnázium Pardubice, Czech Republic (Instructor of English) <br>
 
1995-1998: Gymnázium Pardubice, Czech Republic (Instructor of English) <br>
 
1992-1995: University of Akron, Ohio, USA (Instructor of English)<br>
 
1992-1995: University of Akron, Ohio, USA (Instructor of English)<br>
Pedagogical Activities<br>
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'''Pedagogical Activities'''<br>
 
British Cultural Studies<br>
 
British Cultural Studies<br>
 
British Literature 1770-1830: Romanticism<br>
 
British Literature 1770-1830: Romanticism<br>
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Member of The Czech Association for the Study of English (CZASE)<br>
 
Member of The Czech Association for the Study of English (CZASE)<br>
  
Selected Publications
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'''Selected Publications'''
  
 
Kaylor, Michael Matthew - Reid, Forrest. The Garden God: A Tale of Two Boys. 1st edn. Kansas City, MO, USA : Valancourt Books, 2007. 160 s. Valancourt Books. ISBN 1-934555-04-5. URL info<br>
 
Kaylor, Michael Matthew - Reid, Forrest. The Garden God: A Tale of Two Boys. 1st edn. Kansas City, MO, USA : Valancourt Books, 2007. 160 s. Valancourt Books. ISBN 1-934555-04-5. URL info<br>

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Personal Biography

Birth: 2 December 1968 (Kettering, Ohio, USA)
Workplace
Department of English and American Studies
Faculty of Arts
Masaryk University
Arna Nováka 1
602 00 Brno, Czech Republic
Employment Position
Assistant Professor
Education and Academic Qualifications
2005: Doctor of Philosophy in English Literature (University of Szeged, Hungary)
1994: Master of Arts in English (University of Akron, Ohio, USA)
1992: Bachelor of Arts in English (University of Akron, Ohio, USA)
Employment Summary
2005-present: Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic (Assistant Professor)
2003-2005: Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic (Guest Lecturer)
1997-2005: University of Pardubice, Czech Republic (Instructor of English)
1995-1998: Gymnázium Pardubice, Czech Republic (Instructor of English)
1992-1995: University of Akron, Ohio, USA (Instructor of English)
Pedagogical Activities
British Cultural Studies
British Literature 1770-1830: Romanticism
British Literature 1890-1945: Modernism
English Romantic Poetry
English Victorian Poetry
Literary and Cultural Theory
Gay Studies
Scientific and Research Activities
Romantic and Victorian Poetry
The Uranian Movement
British Decadence
Textual Editing
Theory of Biography
Book Culture
Gay Studies
Victorian Paederasty


Gerard Manley Hopkins (presently writing his biography)
Henry James (presently writing a book on his late novels)


Member of The North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA)
Member of The British Association for Victorian Studies (BAVS)
Member of The Czech Association for the Study of English (CZASE)

Selected Publications

Kaylor, Michael Matthew - Reid, Forrest. The Garden God: A Tale of Two Boys. 1st edn. Kansas City, MO, USA : Valancourt Books, 2007. 160 s. Valancourt Books. ISBN 1-934555-04-5. URL info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. Secreted Desires: The Major Uranians: Hopkins, Pater and Wilde. 1st ed. Brno : Masaryk University Press, 2006. 497 s. edice neuvedena. ISBN 80-210-4126-9. Open-access, electronic version in Adobe Reader PDF info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. 'Tempting Suggestible Young Men': Pater, Pedagogy, Pederasty. In Scientific Papers of the University of Pardubice, Series C, 10, 2004. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2005. od s. 63-113, 51 s. ISBN 80-7194-734-2. info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. To Cremate or Bury: Gerard Manley Hopkins, Coventry Patmore, and the Biographical Postmortem. In Second Prague Conference on Linguistics and Literary Studies (14 May 2004) Proceedings. Prague : Pedagogical Faculty, Charles University, 2005. od s. 110-20, 11 s. ISBN 80-7290-221-0. info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. 'In Thy Cedarn Prison Thou Waitest': Johnson's "Ionica" and Uranian Intertextuality. In Theory and Practice in English Studies. Brno : Masaryk University, 2005. od s. 79-85, vol. 4, 7 s. ISBN 80-210-3836-5. info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. 'Lizard, the Greeks Called It': Guy Davenport and the Uranian Present. In Cultural Studies at the Turn of the Millennium. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2005. od s. 39-56, 18 s. ISBN 80-7194-816-0. info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. 'The Divine Friend, Unknown, Most Desired': The Problematic Uranian Poets. In Theory and Practice in English Studies. Brno : Masaryk University, 2004. od s. 71-76, vol. 2, 6 s. ISBN 80-210-3394-0. info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. 'Little Porcelain Cup in Which Biting Acids Could Be Mixed': Wilde's Sons as the Audience for 'The Young King'. In New Interpretations of Cultural Phenomena. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2004. od s. 23-32, 10 s. ISBN 80-7194-710-5. info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. 'Pen, Pencil and Poison' Wilde-Style. In Scientific Papers of the University of Pardubice, Series C, 8, 2002. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2003. od s. 41-60, 20 s. ISBN 80-7194-537-4. info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. 'Scattered Parts': Writing the Life of Gerard Manley Hopkins. In Prague Conference on Linguistics and Literary Studies (10 May 2002) Proceedings. Prague : Pedagogical Faculty, Charles University, 2003. od s. 118-125, 8 s. ISBN 80-7290-104-4. info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. The Poet's Undergarments: the Problematic Concept of Identity in the Life of Gerard Manley Hopkins. In The Issue of Identity, Identity and Globalization. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2003. od s. 12-26, 15 s. ISBN 80-7194-590-0. info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. 'The Faint Intelligence': Vocabulary and Its Void in Lewis Carroll's 'Jabberwocky' and Henry James's 'What Maisie Knew'. In Children's Literature in English at the Turn of the Millennium. Hradec Králové : The British Council, Gaudeamus, 2002. od s. 129-138, 10 s. ISBN 80-7041-940-7. info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. 'Backward I See': Hopkins's Inverse in Verse. In Precursors, Predecessors, Precedents: The Continuing Influence of the 19th Century on Modern Texts and Contexts. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2002. od s. 8-20, 13 s. ISBN 80-7194-426-2. info
Kaylor, Michael Matthew. 'Beautiful Dripping Fragments': A Whitmanesque Reading of Hopkins' 'Epithalamion'. Victorian poetry, Morgantown, W.Va. : West Virginia University, 2002, 40.2, od s. 157-187, 31 s. ISSN 0042-5206. 2002. info

PUBLICATIONS OVERVIEW

2007
The Garden God: A Tale of Two Boys
KAYLOR, Michael Matthew - REID, Forrest.
The Garden God: A Tale of Two Boys. Vyd. 1st edn. Kansas City, MO, USA : Valancourt Books, 2007. 160 s. Valancourt Books. Forrest Reid's 1905 novel, edited with a foreword, introduction and notes by Michael Matthew Kaylor. ISBN 1-934555-04-5.

2006
Secreted Desires: The Major Uranians: Hopkins, Pater and Wilde KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
Secreted Desires: The Major Uranians: Hopkins, Pater and Wilde. Vyd. 1st ed. Brno : Masaryk University Press, 2006. 497 s. edice neuvedena. ISBN 80-210-4126-9.

2005
'In Thy Cedarn Prison Thou Waitest': Johnson's "Ionica" and Uranian Intertextuality KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
'In Thy Cedarn Prison Thou Waitest': Johnson's "Ionica" and Uranian Intertextuality. In Theory and Practice in English Studies. Brno : Masaryk University, 2005. ISBN 80-210-3836-5, pp. 79-85, vol. 4.

'Lizard, the Greeks Called It': Guy Davenport and the Uranian Present KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
'Lizard, the Greeks Called It': Guy Davenport and the Uranian Present. In Cultural Studies at the Turn of the Millennium. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2005. ISBN 80-7194-816-0, pp. 39-56.

'Tempting Suggestible Young Men': Pater, Pedagogy, Pederasty KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
'Tempting Suggestible Young Men': Pater, Pedagogy, Pederasty. In Scientific Papers of the University of Pardubice, Series C, 10, 2004. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2005. ISBN 80-7194-734-2, pp. 63-113.

To Cremate or Bury: Gerard Manley Hopkins, Coventry Patmore, and the Biographical Postmortem KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
To Cremate or Bury: Gerard Manley Hopkins, Coventry Patmore, and the Biographical Postmortem. In Second Prague Conference on Linguistics and Literary Studies (14 May 2004) Proceedings. Prague : Pedagogical Faculty, Charles University, 2005. ISBN 80-7290-221-0, pp. 110-20.

2004
'Little Porcelain Cup in Which Biting Acids Could Be Mixed': Wilde's Sons as the Audience for 'The Young King' KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
'Little Porcelain Cup in Which Biting Acids Could Be Mixed': Wilde's Sons as the Audience for 'The Young King'. In New Interpretations of Cultural Phenomena. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2004. ISBN 80-7194-710-5, pp. 23-32. 2004.

'The Divine Friend, Unknown, Most Desired': The Problematic Uranian Poets KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
'The Divine Friend, Unknown, Most Desired': The Problematic Uranian Poets. In Theory and Practice in English Studies. Brno : Masaryk University, 2004. ISBN 80-210-3394-0, pp. 71-76, vol. 2. 2004.

2003
'Pen, Pencil and Poison' Wilde-Style KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
'Pen, Pencil and Poison' Wilde-Style. In Scientific Papers of the University of Pardubice, Series C, 8, 2002. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2003. ISBN 80-7194-537-4, pp. 41-60.

'Scattered Parts': Writing the Life of Gerard Manley Hopkins KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
'Scattered Parts': Writing the Life of Gerard Manley Hopkins. In Prague Conference on Linguistics and Literary Studies (10 May 2002) Proceedings. Prague : Pedagogical Faculty, Charles University, 2003. ISBN 80-7290-104-4, pp. 118-125. 2003.

The Poet's Undergarments: the Problematic Concept of Identity in the Life of Gerard Manley Hopkins KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
The Poet's Undergarments: the Problematic Concept of Identity in the Life of Gerard Manley Hopkins. In The Issue of Identity, Identity and Globalization. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2003. ISBN 80-7194-590-0, pp. 12-26. 2003.

2002
'Backward I See': Hopkins's Inverse in Verse KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
'Backward I See': Hopkins's Inverse in Verse. In Precursors, Predecessors, Precedents: The Continuing Influence of the 19th Century on Modern Texts and Contexts. Pardubice : University of Pardubice, 2002. ISBN 80-7194-426-2, pp. 8-20. 2002.

'Beautiful Dripping Fragments': A Whitmanesque Reading of Hopkins' 'Epithalamion' KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
'Beautiful Dripping Fragments': A Whitmanesque Reading of Hopkins' 'Epithalamion'. Victorian poetry, Morgantown, W.Va., West Virginia University. ISSN 0042-5206, 2002, vol. 2002, no. 40.2, pp. 157-187.

'The Faint Intelligence': Vocabulary and Its Void in Lewis Carroll's 'Jabberwocky' and Henry James's 'What Maisie Knew' KAYLOR, Michael Matthew.
'The Faint Intelligence': Vocabulary and Its Void in Lewis Carroll's 'Jabberwocky' and Henry James's 'What Maisie Knew'. In Children's Literature in English at the Turn of the Millennium. Hradec Králové : The British Council, Gaudeamus, 2002. ISBN 80-7041-940-7, pp. 129-138.

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