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Linda Voris

Assistant Professor
Department of Literature

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    Visiting Assistant Professor
  • Professor Voris’s teaching and research interests include twentieth-century American and British literature, the intellectual history of modernism and its relation to the visual arts, as well as contemporary lyrical and experimental poetry. Her book manuscript, Landscape and the Composition of Sense in Gertrude Stein’s Writing of the 1920s, is presently under review. Her most recent article on Stein appeared in the collection, Primary Stein (2015), and she has published on Stein in the journals Studies in American Fiction and Modernism/modernity among others. Voris has presented her work on the contemporary poets Lyn Hejinian and Tracie Morris in conference papers. Her article on the poetry of Mei-mei Berssenbrugge was published in the collection, American Women Poets in the 21st Century. Her poetry chapbook, AntiGraphi, won the 2003 Providence Athenaeum award, and her poems have appeared in Volt, Germ and online at New Media Poets.
  • Degrees

    PhD, UC Berkeley

  • CAS - Literature
  • Battelle Tompkins - 213

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  • Spring 2016

    • AMST-330 Contemporary American Culture: The Year 1922
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    • LIT-121 Rethinking Literature: Angelheaded Hipsters & Absurd
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    • LIT-251 First-Year Seminar: Virginia Woolf
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