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Rabb 252

pme89@brandeis.edu

Second Year Symposium Co-organizer

Zotero/EndNote Graduate Assistant with Library and Technology Services

Co-Director, 2016 English Graduate Conference

Paige Eggebrecht

Ph.D. - Fourth Year

M.A. in English Language and Literature, University of Virginia, 2014

B.A. in English with minors in Economics and Linguistics, University of Colorado, 2011

Research Interests

19th C. British literature, Novel studies, economic theory, the social-problem novel and industrial fiction; the Gothic, and science-fiction

Advisor:

Professor John Plotz

Awards:

Digital Literacy Grant for UWS Instructors, Experiential Learning and Teaching. Brandeis University. Fall 2017

Presentations 

“De-Periodizing Urban Spaces.” NeMLA, Annual Convention. Baltimore, Maryland. March 2017. Panel Co-Chair.

“The Speculative Lives of Joint-Stock Companies” North American Victorian Studies Association. Phoenix, AZ. November 2016.

“Useless Parts: Character and Machine in Brontë’s Shirley" Second Year Symposium, Brandeis University. November 2015.

“Wayward Monies: Anxieties of Value in Radcliffe’s The Mysteries of Udolpho” British Women Writers Conference, Unviersity of New Mexico. April 2013

Classes Taught & Assisted

UWS:  Like, but not Like: Uncanny Futures in Science-Fiction (Summer & Fall 2017)

(TF) Bollywood, Professor Ulka Anjaria (Spring 2017)

UWS: The Good, the Bad, and the Slimy: Aliens of Science Fiction (Fall 2016 & Spring 2017)

(TF) Romanticism: Gods, Nature, Loneliness, Dreams, Professor Laura Quinney (Spring 2016)

(TF) Anne Sexton & Sylvia Plath, Professor Dawn Skorczewski (Fall 2015)

(TF) The Films of Disney, Professor Caren Irr (Spring 2015)

Favorite Work

Elizabeth Gaskell North & South