British and American modernism; early 20th century radical art and politics; film and screenwriting; African literature; Irish and Scottish literature and culture.
101/102: Freshman English
216: British Literature II (1800-present)
271: Critical Writing in the Field of English
347: British Modernism
352: Literature on Film
360: Postwar British Literature
460: Major Authors: Woolf & Joyce
300: Special Topics: The Scottish Novel
491: Travel Study: Literature and Culture of Ireland.
“Exiles and the Limits of Egoism,” James Joyce Quarterly, 53.1-2 (Fall 2015-Winter 2016): 115-38. (Published 2017.)
“To Go and Sin Once More: The Confessional Trajectory of Joyce’s ‘Nausicaa’ Episode,” Modernist Cultures 10.2 (July 2015): 201-26.
“The Unwitting Anarchism of Mrs. Dalloway.” Woolf Studies Annual 19 (2013): 123-45.
“On the Danger of Heroes: Black Hawk Down’s Transformation from Narrative Journalism to Cinematic Spectacle.” The Midwest Quarterly 52 (Spring 2011): 221-38.
“Against the “Foetus of Symmetry: Nightwood and Surrealist Narrative.” M/MLA: The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association 41.2 (Fall 2008): 18-43.
“Radically Avant-garde? The Strange History of E. E. Cummings’s The Enormous Room, Reconsidered.” Spring: The Journal of the E.E. Cummings Society 14-15 (Fall 2006): 94-126.
“American Writers’ Congress.” Dictionary of Literary Biography 303: American Radical and Reform Writers. Ed. Steven Rosendale. Boston: Gale Research Press, 2005. 371-5.
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