Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York  

Eva Badowska
Associate Dean for Academic Programs, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
Associate Professor of English & Comparative Literature
B.A., University of Sussex (UK); Ph.D., Cornell University
221 Keating Hall
ext. 4402 

Professor Badowska’s publications include articles on Victorian fiction (in PMLA and Victorian Literature and Culture), feminist theory (in Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature), psychoanalytic theory (in The Psychoanalytic Review) and Polish poetry (in Parnassus: Poetry in Review). She is completing The Bourgeois Interior: Persons and Things in Victorian Fiction, a book exploring the psychological fictions of the Brontës and sensation novels by Mary Elizabeth Braddon and Sheridan LeFanu. The manuscript maps out the contours of interiority in a world that was gradually being captivated by the peculiar resonance of things, best depicted by the Great Exhibition of 1851. Professor Badowska is also the editor of and contributor to a book of essays on Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Decalogue, a series of ten films set in the 1980s in Poland.
Areas of Interest
The Victorian novel; Victorian psychology; rise of consumer culture; sensation fiction; psychoanalytic criticism and theory; cultural materialism; Slavic literatures and film.

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