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Women in Culture

Women in Culture: An Intersectional Anthology for Gender and Women’s Studies.
Second Edition
Wiley Blackwell, 2017
Co-edited with Susan Cayleff, Anne Donadey, and Irene Lara

Explores the intersections of gender, race, sexuality, gender identity, and spirituality from the perspectives of diverse global locations. Its strong humanities content, including illustrations and creative writing, uniquely embraces the creative aspects of the field.

In the Hollow of the Wave

In the Hollow of the Wave: Virginia Woolf and Modernist Uses of Nature
Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2012

Using ecofeminist and postcolonial approaches this book opens a neglected field of modernist study by studying Woolf’s discourse on “nature.”  Chapters consider her experience of natural history, landscapes, gardens, crossing the species barrier and holistic moments.

Gender and Modernism

Gender and Modernism. 4 Vols in the series, Critical Concepts in Literary and Cultural Studies
Editor London: Routledge, 2008.

Volumes, each with an introduction by the editor, collect landmark essays in the following areas: 1. Modernists Writing Gender,  2. The Makings of Modernism, 3. Diversity of Discourse and Context, 4. Diversity of Identities.

Gender in Modernism: New Geographies Complex Intersections
Editor Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2007

Thematically organized to move modernist studies into colonial and postcolonial sites and discuss sentimental, suffragist, left-leaning and queer modernisms, among others

The Gender of Modernism, General Editor
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990

The Gender of Modernism is a collaborative project involving 18 contributing editors who present new feminist introductions and difficult-to-access primary works by 26 modernists, most of them neglected women writers.

Refiguring Modernism, Volume 1: The Women of 1928
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1995

This is the first volume of a two-volume revisionary study of modernism centered on the writing of Virginia Woolf, Rebecca West, and Djuna Barnes. Volume 1 investigates the professional attachments and strategies that led to the flourishing of three women of modernism around 1928.

Refiguring Modernism, Volume 2: Postmodern Readings of Woolf
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1995

The second volume considers how post-modern questions can be addressed in the complex fiction of these three writers.

Selected Letters of Rebecca West
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000

Selected Letters of Rebecca West enters the full range of interests, literary and political views, and tumultuous life experiences of this outspoken novelist, journalist, and critic. Included are a scholarly introduction, chronology, and notes.

Virginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries: Selected Papers from the Ninth Conference on Virginia Woolf, Co-Edited with Ann Ardis
New York: Pace University Press, 2000

This book is taken from the 1999 Virginia Woolf Conference and a contains critical introduction and sections on Scanning the Centuries, Remote Inscriptions, New Applications of Queer Theory, Trauma and Wellness, Life and Death Writing, Textual Re-Takes, Pressing the Public Sphere, Moving Images, and Disciplinary Travels.


Books on James Joyce and Ireland

Joyce and Feminism
Bloomington: Indiana University Press & London: Harvester Press, 1984

Joyce and Feminism offers feminist historical and biographical backgrounds for Joyce, and analysis of three of Joyce's key female characters: Emma Cleary from A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Molly Boom from Ulysses, and Issy from Finnegans Wake.

James Joyce
Harvester Feminist Readings Series London: Harvester Press, 1987

James Joyce demonstrates how Joyce can be studied from four different feminist approaches. It addresses problems of Joyce's male-centered literary and historical sources, and his use of masculine discourse, myth, and feminine language. Scott serves on the Board of Directors of the James Joyce Foundation.

New Alliances in Joyce Studies: "When it's Aped to Foul a Delfian."
Editor Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1988

1985 Joyce Symposium proceedings, with critical introduction and selections on Recent Theory, Forms in Fiction, Analogies from Art, Feminist Revisions, Joyce and Other Women Writers, Influences and Resonances, and Textual Workshops.


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