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Name: Ellen (Kate) Falvey
Dept: English
Position: Associate Professor
Education: PhD, MA, BA, NYU
Expertise: Teaching composition, Colonial and 19th century American literature; race and gender in literature; southern literature; literary romanticism; women’s narratives
Selected Publications:

Poetry and fiction have appeared in numerous print and online journals, including Memoir(and), the Citron Review, Italian Americana, Hospital Drive, Fringe, Revival Literary Journal, Umbrella Journal and Hoboeye; 

“Gwendolyn Brooks’ ‘the mother’,” Bloom’s Literary Themes: Literature and the Taboo, New York: Chelsea House, 2010;  

“Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” Bloom’s Literary Themes: Dark Humor in Literature, New York: Chelsea House, 2010;  

“The Structures or Ruins of Life: Gothic Dislocation and Woman-made Community in Grace King’s Balcony Stories,” Narratives of Community: Women’s Short Story Sequences, 2007; 

“’The Little Future of Daily Life’: the Reconstruction of Everyday Life in Grace King’s The Pleasant Ways of St. Medard,” In-between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism, September 2006.  

Phone: 718.260.5388