Pauline McFarlin Walter Endowed Chair of EnglishEditor, James Joyce QuarterlyDirector, Oklahoma Center for the HumanitiesZink Hall 315
My teaching and research focuses on modernist studies, James Joyce, periodicals, media theory, and the digital humanities. My books range widely on topics in the early twentieth century and includes studies of snobbery, genre fiction, libel law, and Joyce. Currently, I am continuing to expand the Modernist Journals Project as Editor of the James Joyce Quarterly, and Co-Editor of the Journal of Modern Periodical Studies in partnership with Prof Mark Morrisson (Penn State). My current research focuses on post-humanism, twentieth-century representations of the corpse, and what I'm tentatively calling "zombie modernism."
Education and Degrees Earned
- B.A. Swarthmore College (1994)
- A.M., Ph.D. Brown University (2000)
Areas of Research Focus
- Modernist Studies
- Film and Media
- Magazines and Print Culture
- Digital Humanities
Previous Teaching Experience
Spring 2009 held the Segal Professorship of Irish Literature at Northwestern.
- Modernist Studies Association
- Modern Language Association
- International James Joyce Foundation
- Society for the Study of Narrative Literature