The Space Between: Literature and Culture 1914-1945

2016 Contributors

MEGHAN C. FOX is an Assistant Professor of English at LaGuardia Community College, CUNY. Her scholarly interests include modernism, feminist and queer theory, and gender and sexuality studies. She is currently working on a book project on hybridity in literary modernism tentatively titled "'Betwixt and Between': The Liminal Subjects and Hybrid Forms of Modernism."  [return to article]

AMY E. ELKINS is an Assistant Professor of English at Macalester College. She specializes in 20th- and 21st-century British and Irish literature as it intersects with visual culture and art.  Her in-progress book project, "Crafting Modernity," examines how modern and contemporary women writers deploy art-making as a form of critique that surpasses our usual frames of historical, gendered, and national reference.  She received her M.A. from the University of Virginia and her Ph.D. from Emory University and has published articles on Virginia Woolf, modernism, and visual culture.  [return to article]

NAOMI MILTHORPE is Lecturer in English at the School of Humanities, University of Tasmania, and the author of Evelyn Waugh’s Satire: Texts and Contexts (Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2016). She has published on aspects of Evelyn Waugh’s life, work, and library, most recently in Affirmations: of the Modern, Evelyn Waugh Studies, and the edited collection Katherine Mansfield and Literary Influence (Edinburgh UP, 2015). In 2015-16 she was an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation short-term fellow at the Huntington Library, continuing her project on Waugh, libraries and collections.  [return to article]

LAUREN M. ROSENBLUM is a lecturer at Adelphi University. She is a co-editor of and contributor to Communal Modernisms: Teaching Twentieth-Century Literature and Culture in the Twenty-First Century (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013). She also publishes on the intersections between feminism, modernism and contemporary life. Her current writing project addresses the relationship of feminism to the do-it-yourself movement.  [return to article]

VICTORIA STEWART is Reader in Modern and Contemporary Literature at the University of Leicester, UK. She is the author of Women's Autobiography: War and Trauma (2003), Narratives of Memory: British Writing of the 1940s (2006) and The Second World War in Contemporary British Fiction: Secret Histories (2011). Her new book, Crime Writing in Interwar Britain: Fact and Fiction in the Golden Age will be published by Cambridge University Press in 2017. [return to article]

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