Early modern drama, Shakespeare, performance studies, spatial theory, Restoration drama
Geocriticism, American Literature, the Spatial Turn, the Railroad, 19th Century American Literature, 20th Century American Literature
digital scholarship, spatial media, hybrid reality systems, database-driven narrative forms, media history, computational arts
Sixteenth-century French literature, visual culture, emblematics, architectural history, spatial theory, domesticity, French cinema.
Victorian literature & culture; material culture studies; embodiment; intersections of socio-spatial, psychological, material, and embodied interiorities; adaptation studies; pedagogy
My interests include British and Anglophone literature of the long 20th century, modernist studies, digital humanities, gender studies, postcolonial literature and theory, spatial theory and cultural geography
I teach American and world literature at Texas State University. My work, broadly speaking, looks at the relations among space, place, mapping, and narrative. I am the author of *Fredric Jameson: The Project of Dialectical Criticism*, *Poe and the Subversion of American Literature*, *Spatiality*, *Utopia in the Age of Globalization: Space, Representation, and the World System*, *Kurt Vonnegut and the American Novel*, and *Melville, Mapping, and Globalization*. My edited collections include *The Geocritical Legacies of Edward W. Said*, *Literary Cartographies*, *Geocritical Explorations*, and *Kurt Vonnegut: Critical Insights*. I am also the general editor of Palgrave Macmillan’s “Geocriticism and Spatial Literary Studies” book series.
… edited by Timothy M. Dale andJoseph F. Foy, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015, pp. 199-208.
“Charting the Extraordinary: Sentient and Transontological Spaces.” Literary Cartographies: Spatiality, Representation, and Narrative, edited by Robert T. Tally Jr., Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, pp. 199-213.
“The Bible’s Paradise and Oryx and Crake’s Paradice: A Comparison of the Relat…
I teach literature in the Department of English at Florida International University. My research interests include narrative theory, global science fiction and fantasy, philosophy of language, popular culture, cognition, spatial theory, science and literature, and biblical hermeneutics.
Katrina teaches in the University of Manitoba’s Department of English, Theatre, Film and Media. Her scholarly work explores the spatial manifestations of theatre, as well as ecocritical theatre. She did her graduate work in Theatre Studies at the University of British Columbia under the supervision of Dr. Kirsty Johnston. Katrina was the Artistic Director of Vancouver’s Touchstone Theatre from 1997 to 2016. She also co-founded the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival. Her long career as a stage director and producer has had considerable impact on the performing arts on the West Coast of Canada and has been recognized with numerous awards.
Dr. Anita Harris Satkunananthan is a senior lecturer at the National University of Malaysia. She possesses a PhD in Postcolonial Literature from the University of Queensland at St Lucia, Australia. Her research interests: Postcolonial Gothic, Phenomenology: Spatial and Temporal studies encompassing Hauntology, Geocriticism, and Memory Studies. Anita has been awarded grants from the Centre for Research and Instrumentation, UKM and the Malaysian Ministry of Education. She has recently been working on Anthropocene literary criticism and ecoGothic literature — both subfields deeply connected to her ongoing work on the postcolonial Gothic and the spatio-temporal configurations of phenomenology in literature.