Andrea Adolph

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Associate Professor, English
Conference Center, 12B

Twentieth-century British women's writing; WWII-era British women's fiction; food and culture; women's and gender studies.

"Volunteerism: Its Impact on Personal Development and Educational Experience", Currents in Teaching and Learning - 2016
Collaborators: R. J. Harnish; K. R. Bridges

“Maidenhood, Mourning, and Old English meowle” - 2015
Collaborator: Lisi Oliver, Co-Author

"‘At least I get my dinners free’: Transgressive Dining in Marghanita Laski’s To Bed with Grand Music", Modern Fiction Studies - 2013

"Experience Required: Service, Relevance, and the Scholarship of Application" - 2010

"Consumption Asunder: Woolf, Dunmore, and the Mind/Body Split" - 2010

Food and Femininity in Twentieth-Century British Women's Fiction - 2009

"Nostalgic Appetites: Female Desire and Wartime Rationing in Virginia Woolf's Between the Acts and Noel Streatfeild's Saplings" - 2009

"Austerity, Consumption, and Postwar Gender Disruption in Mollie Panter-Downes's" One Fine Day", Journal of Modern Literature - 2008

The Reader's Body: Reader Response and the Consuming Body in Helen Dunmore's Talking to the Dead, Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory - 2006

Luncheon at “The Leaning Tower”: Consumption and Class in Virginia Woolf’s Between the Acts, Women's Studies - 2005

“The Maria Jackson Letters: Woolf and Familial Discourses of Embodiment” , Virginia Woolf Miscellany - 2004

"Virginia Woolf's Revision of a Shavian Tradition" , SHAW: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies - 2001

Ph D, English Literature, Louisiana State University

MFA, Creative Writing (poetry) and Literature, Mills College

BA, English, California State University, Fresno