Areas of Interest
C19–20 British and Irish Literature; Gender Studies; Space Studies; Narrative Theory; Queer Theory
University of New Hampshire, BA
Dani Green is a Ph.D. student in the Department of English, and is also completing graduate minors in Irish Studies and Gender Studies. She specializes in British and Irish literature of the long nineteenth century, with interests in queer theory, space and materiality, and narrative theory. Her current research considers the ways that novels clue readers into the production of their narrative economies through minute and often innocuous signals.
Recent Scholarly Activity:
Green, Danielle. "Bookish Space: Criminalizing the Domestic and Domesticating the Criminal in Oliver Twist." NAVSA Annual Conference. Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ. 2–5 November 2016. Forthcoming Paper Presentation.
Green, Danielle. "Repurposed Space and Remediated Narrative in A Drama in Muslin." American Conference for Irish Studies. University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN. 1 April 2016. Paper Presentation.
Green, Danielle. “Re-Historicizing The Years: Queering the Victorian Home in Interwar England.” At Home in the Space Between Conference. University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN. 21 June 2015. Paper Presentation.
Green, Danielle. “Narrative(s of) Geography: Travel and Women’s Narrative in The Voyage Out and Voyage in the Dark.” The 25th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA. 6 June 2015. Paper Presentation.