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Recent Faculty Scholarship

Kasia Bartoszynska's book, Estranging the Novel: Poland, Ireland, and Theories of World Literature was published by Johns Hopkins University Press in August, 2021.

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Chris Holmes contributed an essay entitled The Booker Prize and Post-Imperial British Literature to the Oxford Research Encyclopedia, published May 2021. 

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Kasia Bartoszynska wrote an essay entitled "Two Paths for the Big Book: Olga Tokarczuk's Shifting Voice", about the use of the third-person impersonal voice in Olga Tokarczuk's Flights and Books of Jacob, published in a special issue of Genre (vol 54, nr 1, April 2021examining big, ambitious novels by women written in the 21st century. 

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Chris Holmes edited a special issue of Modern Fiction Studies (vol 67, nr 1, Spring 2021) on the work of Kazuo Ishiguro entitled Ishiguro After the Novel.

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Kasia Bartoszynska contributed a reflection to a symposium on Gloria Fisk's book, Orhan Pamuk and the Good of World Literature, published by Syndicate in February 2021.

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Claire Gleitman published an essay in Ideas and Futures about teaching Beckett's play, Happy Days, during the early months of the Covid-19 pandemic, Happy Days is here again:  Encountering Beckett in Extremis,” (September 14th, 2020); 

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Chris Holmes and Katharine Kittredge both contributed essays to The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Contemporary British and Irish Literature, published in September 2020.

from Chris Holmes, a chapter on Zadie Smith, and from Katharine Kittredge, a chapter entitled "The Girl-Hero for the New Millennia: Alice’s Great-great-granddaughters in Post-Gender Fantasy Worlds"

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Jennifer Spitzer penned an essay entitled, "Me and Mrs. Dalloway: On Losing My Mother to Covid-19" about re-reading Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway in the wake of her mother's passing, published by Avidly.

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Claire Gleitman published “’What a man!’: Performing Masculinity in Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams,” in the Anthology on Arthur Miller for the 21st Century, edited David Palmer published by Palgrave in 2020.  

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Jennifer Spitzer published "The Heterodox Psychology and Queer Poetics of Auden in the 30s," an essay on how Auden's poetry incorporates the ideas of a group of psychologists he met in Berlin in 1928-29,  in the Journal of Modern Literature, vol 42, no 3 (Spring 2019)

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New work from Claire Gleitman, Jennifer Spitzer, Kasia Bartoszynska, and Chris Holmes coming soon!