Amy E. Elkins (she/her/hers) is an Associate Professor of English at Macalester College.
I write about modern and contemporary literature, art theory and visual culture, and feminist/queer approaches to the archive. As an artist, theorist, and interdisciplinary scholar, I emphasize dynamic, global approaches to research and student-driven inquiry across media. I also currently serve as the Modern Language Association’s elected delegate for Women and Gender in the Profession. My first book, Crafting Feminism from Literary Modernism to the Multimedia Present, is forthcoming from Oxford University Press in October 2022. My essays have appeared in PMLA, Contemporary Literature, Interdisciplinary Literary Studies, Modernism/Modernity Print+, and Post45, and I interview writers about literature and visual culture for the Los Angeles Review of Books .
This website includes posts with publication news and upcoming talks, in addition to more information about my research and teaching. Thanks for stopping by!
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