Associate Professor, English
Maurizia Boscagli received her Ph.D. from Brown University in 1990. Her central interests include: gender studies and feminist theory; the body; theories of subjectivity; British and European Modernism; fin de siecle literature; critical and cultural theory; and theories of mass culture. She is the author of Eye on the Flesh: Fashions of Masculinity in the Early Twentieth Century; a translation of the book Constituent Power, by Antonio Negri (forthcoming); and various articles on Masculinity, Walter Benjamin, and James Joyce.
EH Course: Cityscapes: Globalism and Urban Cultures