Jody R. Rosen
Jody R. Rosen, an assistant professor in the English Department at New York City College of Technology, holds an AB from Brown University and a PhD and Women’s Studies Certificate from the CUNY Graduate Center. As a Writing Across the Curriculum coordinator, she values the role of writing in all courses, and integrates writing-intensive and communication-intensive approaches into her composition and literature courses. Her scholarship focuses on narrative theory, Modernisms, and gender and sexuality studies. Her work has been published in the Virginia Woolf Miscellany and in Forces of Nature: Natural(-izing) Gender and Gender(-ing) Nature in the Discourses of Western Culture. She is currently working on a manuscript on 1920s women's fiction, in which she considers the function of repetition as a subversive narrative mode in marriage-plot revisions emerging from the post-World War I era, focusing on novels by H.D., Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Nella Larsen, Edith Wharton, and Virginia Woolf.
ENG 1101, ENG 1121, ENG 2150, ENG 2200
Ph.D, M.Phil, M.A.,CUNY Graduate Center
A.B., Honors in British and American Literature; Biology: Brown University
Twentieth Century Women’s Literature, Narratology and Feminist Narratology, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Modernisms and Writing Across the Curriculum.
“Vacillation and Mixture: The Multiple Genders of Orlando and Nature in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando,” in Forces of Nature: Natural(-izing) Gender and Gender(-ing) Nature in the Discourses of Western Culture, Cambridge Scholars, 2009. 153-173.
“Deviation and Acceleration: Time in the Story and Narrative of Orlando.” Virginia Woolf Miscellany, (70) Fall 2006.