Daný van Dam|
Daný van Dam obtained her PhD on postcolonial neo-Victorian fiction from Cardiff University, Wales, UK, in 2016. Her next research project engages with foreign-language neo-Victorian fiction and (inter)national cultural memory. Daný is co-editor of a special issue of the online journal Assuming Gender on the subject of “Consuming Gender” (Winter 2017), and she has previously contributed an article on racial and sexual passing to a special issue of Neo-Victorian Studies (“Neo-Victorian Sexploitation,” 2017). Since August 2017, Daný is working as a lecturer in the Comparative Literature Department at Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
Essays in Partial Answers
Sea Travel and Femininity in Gail Jones’ Sixty Lights : The Female Global Citizen
Volume 16, issue 2, January 2018
Then and Now