Dr Veronica Alfano - Institute for Religion & Critical Inquiry (Faculty of Theology and Philosophy)
Accreditation in-progress - Supervisor is eligible to co-supervise with another fully accredited supervisor (Principal Supervisor)
Veronica Alfano's areas of interest include poetry and poetics, nineteenth-century literature, gender and sexuality, ethics and aesthetics, and media studies. Her research centers on Victorian poetry, particularly on memory, lyric theory, and the connections between gender and genre; her methodology is largely based in formal analysis, but also incorporates historical and theoretical approaches.
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Special Issue: Gender and Genre, in Victorian Poetry
William Morris and the Uses of Nostalgia: Memory in the Early and Late Poetry, in Victorian Studies
Technologies of Forgetting: Phonographs, Lyric Voice, and Rossetti's Woodspurge, in Victorian Poetry
A. E. Housman's Ballad Economies, in Economies of Desire at the Victorian Fin de Siecle: Libidinal Lives
"If He caught me here, / O'erheard this speech": Audience, Performance, and Genre in Browning's "Caliban upon Setebos" , in Victorians: A Journal of Culture and Literature
Generic Collaboration and Lyric Betrayal: A Reading of Tennyson's The Princess, in Critical Matrix: the Princeton journal of women, gender, and culture
Remembering Christina Rossetti: Dead Women and the Afterlife of Lyric, in Feminist Studies in English Literature