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Carolyn Williams Department of English 343 Prospect Avenue Murray Hall Princeton, NJ 08540 Rutgers University H: (609) 683-9251 New Brunswick, NJ 08903 cell: (609) 577-7633 (848) 932-7690 [email protected] [email protected] Education 1977 Ph.D., English, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 1974 M.A., English, University of Virginia 1971 B.A., English, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA Academic Employment 2010- Professor, Department of English, Rutgers University 2010-2016 Chair, Department of English 1988-2010: Associate Professor to Professor, Department of English, Rutgers University 2005-2007, 2008-2010: Director of Undergraduate Studies Director, Writers at Rutgers Reading Series 2007-2011 Executive Director, Writers House 1989-2004 Associate Director: Center for the Critical Analysis of Contemporary Culture (CCACC). Acting Director: 2004, 2001-02, 1999-2000, 1995-96, 1990-91 1999 (spring): Visiting Associate Professor, Department of English, Duke University 1977-88 -- Assistant to Associate Professor, Department of English, Boston University 1978-81: Associate Director, Freshman-Sophomore Program in English Honors and Awards 2010: Scholar-Teacher Award, Rutgers University 2004-05: Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship 1999: Warren I. Susman Award for Excellence in Teaching, Rutgers University 1997-98: Beatrice, Benjamin and Richard Bader Fellowship in the Visual Arts of the Theatre, Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard University 1988-89: Associate Fellow, Stanford Humanities Center, Stanford University 1988: NEH Summer Stipend 1984-85: Faculty Fellowship, Humanities Foundation, Boston University 1
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1983: Metcalf Award for Excellence in Teaching, Boston University 1981-82: Bunting Fellowship, Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College, Harvard University Publications Books Gilbert and Sullivan: Gender, Genre, Parody (Columbia University Press, 2011) Transfigured World: Walter Pater's Aesthetic Historicism (Cornell University Press, 1989) In progress: The Aesthetics of Melodramatic Form Edited Issues and Essay Collections In progress: The Cambridge Companion to English Melodrama (manuscript due to Press 2016) The Pater Newsletter , no. 52 (Spring 2007). “Special Topic: Queer Pater Studies” (seven commissioned essays, short introduction co-written with Megan Becker-Leckrone). Walter Pater: Transparencies of Desire , ed. with Laurel Brake and Lesley Higgins (ELT Press, 2002). Twenty-one new essays on Pater, developed from work presented at the Oxford Pater conference in 2000, whose program I organized. Victorian Literature and Culture , Volume 27 number 2 (1999). "Editors' Topic: Victorian Studies and Cultural Studies" (five essays and a "forum" of fourteen commissioned position papers, introduction). Refereed Articles “Stupidity and Stupefaction: Barnaby Rudge and the Mute Figure of Melodrama,” Dickens Studies Annual volume 46 (2015), pp. 357-376. “Gilbert and Sullivan” (3500 words) and “Melodrama” (5000 words). Encyclopedia entries in the Blackwell Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature , eds. Dino Franco Felluga, Pamela K. Gilbert and Linda K. Hughes (2015).
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