Ph.D. West Virginia University, Morgantown, 2012
M.A. West Virginia University, Morgantown, 2006
B.A. University of Belgrade, 2003
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Dr. Nevena Stojanovic teaches courses in composition and rhetoric and American literature. Her research centers on presentations of women in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American and transatlantic literatures, nomadism and displacement, rearticulations of selfhood in contact zones, and radical performance art. She is working on a book that examines performances of Jewishness in non-Jewish American novels at the turn of the twentieth century.
Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century US American Literature
Transatlantic Literary Studies
”’Like a Dazzling Curtain of Light’: Fanny Assingham’s Performances of Jewishness in The Golden
Bowl.” Henry James Review 36.2 (2015): 129-47.
“On Values, Interests, and Rewards: Fleda Vetch’s Quiet Victory in Henry James’s The Spoils of
Poynton.” An Introvert in an Extrovert World: Essays on the Quiet Ones. Ed. Myrna Santos.
Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 2015. 80-88.
“Like Eliza Rachel Felix: Enacting Change in Louisa May Alcott’s Behind a Mask.” Otherness:
Essays and Studies 4.2 (2014): 71-103.
“Review of Fred Miller Robinson’s Rooms in Dramatic Realism.” Theatre Journal 68.3 (2016): 90-92.
“Review of Amy Holzapfel’s Art, Vision, and Nineteenth-Century Realist Drama: Acts of
Seeing.” Theatre Journal 66.3 (2014): 485-86.
“Review of Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Roberto Sifuentes’s Exercises for Rebel Artists:
Radical Performance Pedagogy.” Interactions: EGE Journal of British and American
Studies 23. 1-2 (2014): 303-306.
“Guidelines for Debaters and Their Audiences.” Joining Academic Conversations: A
Companion Text. Eds. Amy Colombo and JoAnn Dadisman. 1st ed. Plymouth: Hayden
McNeil, 2007-2008. 31-34.