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Richard Bonfiglio 

      

J Hall 814  rpbonfig@sogang.ac.kr
705-8301

                

       SPECIALIZATION

 

   Nineteenth-Century British Literature and Culture

         

      EDUCATION

 

 

   Ph.D.  University of Chicago

   M.A.    University of Chicago

   B.A.     University of Michigan

  

     COURSES  

     OFFERED

 

   

   Graduate:

 

   Pro-Seminar: 19th-Century British Literature

   Theory of the Novel

   Victorian Masculinities

 

   Undergraduate:

 

   Gender Trouble in Victorian Literature

   The Brontë Sisters

   The Victorian Novel in the Age of Reform

   The Victorian Bildungsroman

   The Marriage Plot

   Decadence, Aestheticism, and Empire

   Pre-Raphaelite Painting and Poetry

   Introduction to English Literature

   Writing about Literature

   American Culture in Global Context 

 

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  •      RESEARCH

         INTERESTS     

         

       Cosmopolitanism

       Travel and Transnational Literature

       Gender and Sexuality

       Aesthetics and Visual Culture

       History and Theory of the Novel

       The Italian Risorgimento

     

           PUBLICATIONS

     

       "Before Lady-with-the-Lamp: Florence Nightingale's Grand Tour." Victorians: A

       Journal of Culture and Literature 125 (2014): 8-32.

     

       "Liberal Cosmpolitanism and the Politics of the Heart(h): Mazzini, Gladstone, and

       Barrett Browning's Domestication of the Italian Risorgimento." Modern Philology 

       111.2 (2013): 281-307.

     

       "Provincializing Late-Victorian Masculinity." 19 세기 영어권 문학 17.1 (2013): 83-

       109.

     

       "An Uncanny Education: Repression and Autodiegetic Narrative in James Joyce's

       'An Encounter.'" 근대영미소설 19.3 (2012): 307-325.

     

       "Feeling Florence Nightingale: Theorizing Affect in Transnational Periodical

       Poetry." 영어영문학 58.6 (2012): 1063-1083.

     

       "Cosmopolitan Realism: Portable Domesticity in Brontë's Belgian Novels."  

       Victorian Literature and Culture 40.2 (2012): 599-616. 

     

       "The Painful Pleasures of Travel: George Eliot's Proximate Cosmopolitanism."

       Imagining Italy: Victorian Travellers and Writers. Ed. Catherine Waters, Michael 

       Hollington, and John Jordan. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2010.

       138-151.

     

    •      PROFESSIONAL
    •      AFFILIATIONS

     

       Modern Language Association

       North American Victorian Studies Association

       Northeast Victorian Studies Association

       English Language and Literature Association of Korea

     

     
     
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