Dr. Jeanette McVicker

Dr. Jeanette McVicker
Dr. Jeanette McVicker
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Ph.D., SUNY Binghamton

Jeanette McVicker received her Ph.D. from SUNY Binghamton's interdisciplinary program in Philosophy, LIterature and Theory of Criticism (PLC), earning her doctorate in Comparative Literature and M.A. in Philosophy. She has served as English department chair, Women's Studies director, and coordinator of journalism.

Teaching Interests

literary theory/history of criticism; media studies-journalism-media theory; women's and gender studies; modernist studies especially Virginia Woolf studies; American culture, particularly from WW2 through the Vietnam War and the 'war on terror'

Research Interests

modernist studies (extensive research on Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group); U.S. media and journalism; the rhetoric of the 'war on terror'; gender, culture and nationalism

Awards and Honors

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