Ana M. Jimenez-Moreno



Areas of Interest
20th century British and Irish literature, post-colonial studies, phenomenology, affect theory

Rutgers, BA
University of Notre Dame, MA

Ana is a Joseph L. Gaia Distinguished fellow at the University of Notre Dame, where she studies 20th century British and Irish literature, with a particular interest in the intersection between post-colonial studies, gender theory, and phenomenology. Her current work begins in the interwar period with British modernists' narratives of travel, specifically to Mexico. An essay synthesizing the first three chapters of her project has been published by Atenea, an interdisciplinary journal. She has taught composition and tutored for the Program of Liberal Studies.

Recent Scholarly Activity
"Disgust as Redemptive Articulation: British Interwar Writers in Mexico" Atenea vol. 34, pp. 71-88
"Reading Backwards: Research and Scholarly Editions,” MLA 2016
"Circulating Influence,” Modernist Studies Association 2015
"Chapter Two: 'At the Border of Disgust: Mexico as Model,'" University of Notre Dame Global Domes Dissertation Workshop Seminar in the United Kingdom, 2015
"Writing out of the Center: British Interwar Writers and the Legacy of the Mexican Revolution," University of Notre Dame English Graduate Symposium, 2015
"Rebeldes Con Causa," SYNAPSIS European School for Comparative Studies Seminar on Rebellion in Italy, 2014
"Contemporary Irish Poetry," Keough-Naughton Irish Summer Seminar on Poetry in France, 2013