Elizabeth Foley O’Connor
B.A., Hofstra University, 2000
M.A., Stony Brook University, 2003
Ph.D., Fordham University, 2012
“Pamela Colman Smith’s Performative Primitivism.” In Caribbean Irish Connections. edited by Allison Donell, Maria McGarrity, and Evelyn O’Callaghan. University of the West Indies Press and University of Cork Press. May 2015.
“Kate O’Brien’s Textual Conversations with James Joyce.” Joycean Legacies. edited by Martha Carpentier. Irish Studies for Palgrave, June 2015.
Review of In Bed With Ulysses (Dirs. Alan Adelson and Kate Taverna) James Joyce Quarterly. 49.2 (Forthcoming September 2013).
“Beyond Vengeance: Ford’s When the Wicked Man as a Writerly Response to Jean Rhys.” Ford Madox Ford and America, Vol. 11. Edited by Sarah Haslam and Seamus O’Malley. Rodopi, September 2012.
Essay Review of Janine Utell, James Joyce and the Revolt of Love. Joyce Studies Annual, 10 (2011): 214-22.
Review of Lesley McDowell, Between the Sheets: Nine 20th-Century Women Writers and Their Famous Literary Partnerships. Ford Madox Ford Newsletter, May 2011
Jean Rhys’s Quartet: A Re-Inscription of Ford’s The Good Soldier.” Ford Madox Ford, Modernist Magazines and Editing,. Vol. 9. edited by Jason Harding. Rodopi, 2010.
“‘A Splendid Forlorn Hope’: Fin-de-Siècle Little Magazines, Modernism, and the Public Sphere.” Origins of English Literary Modernism, 1870-1914, edited by Gregory Tague. Academica Press, 2008.
Review of Palgrave Advances in Virginia Woolf Studies. Ed. Anna Snaith. Woolf Studies Annual 14(2008).
“Chambers’ (Edinburgh) Journal,” “Family Herald,” “Pearson’s Magazine,” and “Vanity Fair,” Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism. Eds. Laurel Brake and Marysa Demoor. London: British Library, 2009.
Research & Teaching Interests
Twentieth-Century British Literature
Modernism and Modernist Cinema
Postcolonial and Colonial Studies
History of the British Novel
Irish Culture and Literature
Urbanism and the City
Theories of Vision and Perception
Feminist and Gender Studies
Fin-de-Siècle Little Magazines and Modernist Print Culture