Ph.D., Columbia University
Office: JFT 202
Phone: (845) 257-2746
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Vicki Tromanhauser taught in the great books programs at Columbia and Villanova before coming to New Paltz.
She specializes in early twentieth-century British literature.
Human-animal studies, posthumanism, and the reception of the classics. Her scholarship focuses upon Virginia Woolf and modernism’s relationship to animality, food studies, and the life sciences.
Awards, Honors & Recognition
Andrew J. Kappel Prize in Literary Criticism, 2012
Her articles have appeared in such journals as Twentieth-Century Literature, Woolf Studies Annual, and Virginia Woolf Miscellany, as well as in essay collections including Communal Modernisms, ed. Emily Hinnov et al. (New York: Palgrave, 2013).