Dr Yaël Schlick
Office: Watson 523
Travel writing, feminist theory, autobiography, and American poetry.
- “Writing Wonder: Elizabeth Bishop’s Ethics of Perception,” Environmental Ethics (forthcoming).
- “What Is an Experience? Selves and Texts in the Comics Autobiographies of Alison Bechdel and Lynda Barry,” Drawing from Life: Memory and Subjectivity in Comic Art, ed. Jane Tolmie (University Press of Mississippi, 2013): 26–43.
- Feminism and the Politics of Travel After the Enlightenment (Bucknell University Press, 2012).
- “Travel as Praxis: Suzanne Voilquin and the Saint-Simonian ‘Call to the Woman,’ ” European Romantic Review 21.6 (2010): 693-710.
- Refiguring the Coquette: Essays on Coquetry and Culture, co-edited with Shelley King (Bucknell University Press, 2008).
- “Spatial Literacy and the Female Traveler: The Sexual Politics of Map-Reading in Flaubert and Sand,” Nineteenth Century Studies 20 (2006): 61–78.
- Critical edition and translation of Victor Segalen’s Essay on Exoticism: An Aesthetics of Diversity (Duke University Press, 2002).
I’m currently researching modern and contemporary travel narratives and art work about Antarctica, examining the legacy of the “Heroic Age” of exploration of this southernmost continent.