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Dr. Teresa Winterhalter

 

Associate Dean of the College Arts and Humanities
Professor of English

Solms Hall 201A
912.344.3135
twinterhalter@georgiasouthern.edu

Ph.D., University of Rochester
M.A., State University of New York, Cortland
B.A., State University of New York, Brockport

Teaching Interests
19th-and 20th-Century British Literature, Modernism, Feminist and Critical Theory, The Novel, The Lyric, Literature by Women, Feminist Ethics
Publications

Orlando: Gender Identity and Gender Mutability in Virginia Woolf’s Novel (1928) and Sally Potter’s Film (1993).” In Major Genres, Forms, and Media in British Literature. Ed. Katy Stavreva. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, 2017.

“Leopold Bloom’s Dark Riddle: Joyce, Levinas, and the Storytelling Self,” Twentieth-Century Literature. 62.4 (2016): 359-378.

“Beyond the Alibi of Chronology: Rethinking the ‘Non-Western’ in Modern Japanese Literature,” Japan Studies Association Journal. 13.1 Fall (2015): 78-92.

“Novel Findings,” The Chronicle of Higher Education.  12 December 2014: B16.

“Written on the Classroom Walls” The Chronicle of Higher Education. 8 February 2013: B16.

“One and the Same: Semiotics of the Self-Divided Mother,” Mothering and Literacies. Ed. Amanda RicheyDemeter Press: Bradford, ON Canada. 2013, 253-269.

“’Plastic Fork in Hand’: Reading as a Tool of Ethical Repair in Ian McEwan’s Saturday.” The Journal of Narrative Theory. 40.3 Fall (2010): 338-363.

“‘What Else Can I Do But Write?’”: Discursive Disruption and the Ethics of Style in Virginia Woolf’s  Three Guineas,” Hypatia:  A Journal of Feminist Philosophy.  18.4 Fall (2003): 193-220.

 

Last updated: 7/3/2018