Ryan Weberling studies late-nineteenth and twentieth-century Anglophone literature, with a focus on transatlantic modernism. His dissertation examines the relationship between modernist fiction and the global histories of colonialism and federalism.
Ph.D. in English and American Literature, Boston University, expected 2017
M.A. in English and American Literature, Boston University, 2012
B.A. in English and Philosophy, Calvin College, 2009
”The Social Forms of Modernism: Visualizing Literary Sociability in Letters to Virginia Woolf.” Poster Presentation, Modernist Letters Exhibit. Modernist Studies Association, “Everydayness and the Event” (Brighton, UK, August 29-September 1, 2013).
“‘shroud it in darkness’: The Androgynous Body in Three Guineas and Woolf’s Commonwealth Correspondence.” Panel Presentation, International Virginia Woolf Society, “Virginia Woolf and the Common(Wealth) Reader” (Vancouver, British Columbia, June 6-9, 2013).
WR 150 – College Writing Seminar: “Outposts of Empire: Home and World in Modern British Fiction” (Spring 2014)
WR 100 – College Writing Seminar: “Outposts of Empire: Home and World in Modern British Fiction” (Fall 2013)
EN 121 – Readings in World Literature: “Literature in the City: From Genesis to Jay-Z” (Fall 2012, Spring 2013)