Jennifer Levine, Ph. D
Associate Professor (Teaching Stream)
Office Phone: 416-585-4453
Office Location: Northrop Frye Hall Room 302
Office Hours and/or Leave Status: Usually Wednesdays 11:00 – 1:00
B.A. Honours, first class (University of British Columbia)
M.A. (University of British Columbia)
Ph. D (University College London)
Professor Levine teaches in the Literature and Critical Theory program at Vic, and is cross-appointed to the department of English. She is particularly interested in narrative, translation, and interpretation. She has taught courses on a wide range of topics including modernism and the post-modern avant-garde, Joyce's Ulysses, early modern and nineteenth century literature, the history of the novel, literary theory, cinematic adaptation, and detective fiction.
"Ivy Day in the Committee Room" (with Andrew Gibson), in Collaborative Dubliners: Joyce in Dialogue, ed. Vicky Mahaffey, (Syracuse University Press, 2012), 261-95.
"Other Evelines: Two 19th Century Irish Women in Argentina," in Los viajeros y el Río de la Plata: un siglo de escritura, ed. Jean Philippe Barnabé, L. Cordery, and B. Vegh, (Montevideo: Librería Linardi y Risso, 2010), 145-172.
"Ulysses," in The Cambridge Companion to James Joyce, rev. 2nd ed., ed Derek Attridge, (Cambridge University Press, 2004), 122-148.