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Holly Laird

Professor
English Language and Literature
The University of Tulsa
United States of America

Biography

Holly Laird likes to teach, read, and write about Victorian and Modern literature, culture, and theory, especially turn-of-the-twentieth-century writing and transatlatic modernism. She is especially interested in women writers having edited Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature from 1988 to 2005 and continuing to the present in a consultative position to this scholarly journal. Laird states, "For almost as long as I can remember myself, I have been fascinated by the lyric, and this fascination has led me to a book on D.H. Lawrence's poetry, a second book on coauthored verse--as well as fiction and autobiographies--and various articles on Michael Field, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Edith Sitwell, and fin-de-siecle poetry, among other topics."

Research Interest

Victorian and Modern literature, culture, and theory, especially turn-of-the-twentieth-century writing and transatlantic modernism ; Women writers, having edited Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature from 1988 to 2005 and continuing to the present in a consultative position to this scholarly journal

Publications

  • Laird HA. What Difference (s) Did" She" Make? Or, My Aunt, the Dragon. Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature. 2007;1(1):15-22.

  • Laird HA. Between the (disciplinary) acts: Modernist suicidology. Modernism/modernity. 2011;18(3):525-50.

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