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Dr. Teresa Winterhalter


Associate Dean of the College Arts and Humanities
Professor of English

Solms Hall 201A

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

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