Deanna Wendel |
Deanna Wendel is an English instructor at Indiana University. Her research primarily examines American modernist aesthetic projects through an ecocritical and formalist lens. She has published articles in The Journal of Modern Literature (on D.H. Lawrence and posthumanism) and European Journal of English Studies (on the rhetoric of nineteenth-century scientist Louis Agassiz), and also has forthcoming work in an essay collection on John Berryman’s poetics.
Essays in Partial Answers
Science Fiction, Alien Encounters, and the Ethics of Posthumanism: Beyond the Golden Rule by Elana Gomel
Volume 15, issue 2, June 2017