Kristin Czarnecki


Fall 2013: On Sabbatical


  • Ph.D. University of Cincinnati
  • M.A. Northwestern University
  • B.A. University of Notre Dame

Courses Taught:

  • English Composition I and II
  • Accelerated Composition
  • Foundations 111 and 112
  • English Literature Survey I and II
  • Twentieth-Century Drama
  • Modern British Literature
  • Honors Seminar: Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group
  • Topics in Women and Literature: Multiethnic American Women’s Literature
  • Topics in Multiethnic American Literature: The Harlem Renaissance
  • Topics in Multiethnic American Literature: Native American Literature
  • Oxford Tutorial in Modern British Literature
  • Survey of African-American Literature 1745-Present


Dr. Czarnecki joined the faculty in 2007. Her current teaching and research interests include early twentieth-century British literature, especially the writers Virginia Woolf, Jean Rhys, E.M. Forster, and Samuel Beckett; multiethnic American literature, especially womenÔÇÖs literature, Native American literature, African-American literature, and literature of the Harlem Renaissance; and literary theory and criticism, such as postcolonial, feminist, and psychoanalytic. ┬áIn addition, she is always interested in innovative and interesting ways to teach composition.

Dr. Czarnecki is a member of the International Virginia Woolf Society, MELUS: The Society for the Study of the Multiethnic Literatures of the United States, and the Modern Language Association.

In June 2010, she hosted the 20th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf and currently serves on the editorial board of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany.



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