Faculty & Staff
Eve Sorum, PhD
Associate Professor of English, College of Liberal Arts Director of the Undergraduate Program
Areas of Expertise
Modernist literature; modern poetry; Virginia Woolf; empathy and literature; modernism and elegy; literature of World War I
PhD, University of Michigan
Professional Publications & Contributions
“Parade’s End.” Consequence Magazine 4.1 (Spring 2012): 233-238.
Engl 697 Modernism and Visual Culture
Engl 648 Modernism in Literature
Engl 645 Modern Poetry
Engl 628 Virginia Woolf and E. M. Forster
Engl 696 Independent Study: Modernism, Mourning, and the Great War
Engl 466 Advanced Special Topics: Transatlantic Modernisms
Engl 463 Advanced Studies in Prose: Modernism and World War I
Engl 462 Advanced Studies in Poetry: The Poetry Wars
Engl 386 Virginia Woolf
Engl 362 Modern British Poetry
Engl 183G Literature and Society: Writing Modern War
Chapter on "Psychology, Psychoanalysis, and the New Subjectivities of the Early-Twentieth Century in relation to The Waste Land” for a Cambridge Companion to The Waste Land, ed. Gabrielle McIntyre, (Cambridge University Press).
Chapter on “Empathy, Trauma, and the Space of War in Parade’s End” for a collection on War and the Mind: Ford Madox Ford, Parade's End, and Psychology (proposal submitted to Palgrave).
Book project: Modernist Empathy: Terrains of Loss