Professor of Comparative Literature and Languages
Calkins Hall 303
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DegreesPHD, 1985, New York Univ; MA, 1973, CUNY City Coll; BA, 1971, CUNY City Coll
BioI teach comparative literature of all periods but have a specialization in the avant-garde in particular and art and literary movements, in general. I also direct the Hofstra in Greece program and support the modern Greek studies minor.
Teaching InterestsI have developed many courses and have taught courses on modern art and literature movements, from Romanticism to the Avant-Garde on an undegraduate and graduate level, have taught in the Women's Studies program, the Honor's program, within the Masters in Humanities program, also interdisciplinary topics, such as psychoanalysis and literature, and courses related to classicism and modernism, as well as modern Greek literature and its ancient Greek context.
Research InterestsAvant-Garde movements, French literature, Mediterranean culture, Modern Poetry, Classicism and Modernism, Poetry, Visual Arts, Women artists, Greek literature
Recent Courses Taught
|CAAC 301||MASTERS ESSAY||Graduate|
|CLL 151||(LT) POETICS/POLITICS||Undergraduate|
|CLL 188||(LT) PSYCHOANALYSIS & LIT||Undergraduate|
|CLL 191||(LT) ROMANTICISM||Undergraduate|
|CLL 194||INDEPNDNT READINGS IN COMP LIT||Undergraduate|