Eleanor McNees

  • Biographical Description

    • Professor of English, Eleanor McNees teaches a variety of graduate and undergraduate courses in Victorian and Modern British literature, London Culture and 19th Century British Views of Italy. She founded the present version of D.U.'s London Program and has directed and taught students in London numerous times. She also co-teaches Core courses on the Grand Tour and conducts travel courses to Italy. Research interests and publications include the Critical Assessments Series on the Brontes and Virginia Woolf, Sources and Documents of the Novel and essays on Woolf, Hardy, Hopkins and Victorian periodicals. Her current book project deals with the influence of James Fitzjames and Leslie Stephen on Virginia Woolf's journalism. She is also editing the Selected Papers from the 18th Annual Virginia Woolf Conference which she recently hosted at the University of Denver.

  • Curriculum Vitae

  • Contact Information

    • English Department Sturm Hall 2000 E. Asbury Ave. Denver, CO 80208 Phone: 303 871 2855 Email: emcnees@du.edu
  • Publications

    • Edited Collections Sources and Documents of the Novel. 3 vols. Ed. Eleanor McNees. London: Helm Information Ltd., East Sussex, England, 2006. Critical Assessments of the Brontė Sisters, 4 vols. Ed. Eleanor McNees. London: Helm Information Ltd. East Sussex, England, 1996. Critical Assessments of Virginia Woolf, 4 vols. Ed. Eleanor McNees. London: Helm Information Ltd., East Sussex, England, 1993.
  • Gallery

    • London Program
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