Eleanor Rowe

Eleanor Rowe

B.A. Hons. English Studies, Trinity College Dublin, 2015.

M.A. English Language and Literature, Brown University, 2018.

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I focus on mid-19th to late 20th century British and Anglophone literature and culture, with special interests in modernism, gender studies, transnationalism and the postcolonial. My dissertation project explores the relationship between the novel of development, the national subject, and ideas of the aesthetic and social “ordinary” at the turn of the century.

Dissertation:

 “Remarkably Ordinary: Being British, the Bildungsroman and the National Subject from 1870-1970”

Courses Taught:

TA:

ENGL 0100P Love Stories with Prof. James Kuzner (2016)

ENGL 0710T Reading New York with Prof. Tamar Katz  (2017)

Instructor:

ENGL 0900 Critical Reading and Writing: The Academic Essay (2017)

ENGL 200 Wrong Girls: Unwelcome, Unnerving and Undesirable Genders (2018

Research and Teaching Interests:

Colonial and Postcolonial Studies; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Literary and Cultural Theory; Transatlantic Studies; 20th-Century and Contemporary