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.


Selected Publications

"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.