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Barreca, Regina

Professor. Storrs campus.

Specialties: Twentieth-Century British Literature, Women’s Writing and Feminist Literary Theory, The Novel, Creative Writing

Current Research: Editor, SEX: Volume One in the Vital Ideas Series, published by The Great Books Foundation (2011). Editor, Make Mine a Double: Why Women Like Us Like to Drink--Or Not, published by UPNE (2011). Author, It's Not That I'm Bitter, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Visible Panty Lines and Conquered the World, published by St. Martin's Press (2009/ppb 2010). Author,Babes in Boyland: A Personal History of Coeducation in the Ivy League (UPNE). Introductions or afterwords for Signet Editions of Little Women (forthcoming), Far From the Madding Crowd, The Scarlet Letter, The Prince, The Wizard of Oz, Moll Flanders, Adam Bede, The Glimpses of the Moon, The Age of Innocence, Portrait of a Lady, Fanny Hill, and SHE. Introduction to Penguin editions of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes but Gentlemen Marry Brunettes and Stories by Dorothy Parker. Founding Editor and Coeditor of LIT: LITERATURE INTERPRETATION THEORY, published by Routledge.

Contact: Austin Rm. 130, 860-486-2988
regina.barreca@uconn.edu

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