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Dr. Nels Pearson

Associate Professor of English
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  • Irish Cosmopolitanism: Location and Dislocation in James Joyce, Elizabeth Bowen, and Samuel Beckett (Book), University Press of Florida, January 2015
  • "A Prophetic Text: Northrop Frye and the Great Code of Yeats's 'Byzantium'." University of Toronto Quarterly. Forthcoming. 
  • "'May I trespass on your valuable space?': Ulysses on the Coast," Modern Fiction Studies. 57:4 (2011): 627-650.
  • "Elizabeth Bowen and the New Cosmopolitanism," Twentieth Century Literature 56(3): 2010. 1-26.
  • "Beckett's Cosmopolitan Ground."  Irish University Review. 40:2 (2010): 20-41
  • Co-editor, with Marc Singer. Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World. Hampshire: Ashgate Press, 2009.
  • "'Whirr' is King: Global Capitalism and the Paradox of Consciousness in Conrad's Typhoon." Conradiana  39 (2007): 29-38 
  • 'Silence, Colonial Memory, and the Voice of the Dead in Dubliners.' European Joyce Studies 16: Beckett, Joyce, and the Art of the Negative. Ed. Jaurretche, Colleen. Rodopi, 2005. 141-170.
  • Explanatory Notes for Typhoon and Other Stories by Joseph Conrad. Random House, 2003. 221-237.
  • '’Outside of Here it’s Death’: Co-dependency and the Ghosts of Decolonization in Beckett’s Endgame.' ELH 68. (2001): 215-239.
  • 'The Moment of Modernism: Schopenhauer’s ’Unstable Phantom’ in Conrad’s Heart of Darkness and Stevenson’s The Master of Ballantrae.' Studies in Scottish Literature 33. (1999): 182-202.

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