Berkeley English Graduate Students

Pamela Weidman

Pamela Weidman

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Professional Statement

I work on theories of character across modernist novels and animated films. I am particularly interested in questions of how personhood, life, and disability are constructed via ideas of animation in literature and film of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Selected Publications and Papers Delivered

Papers Delivered

“‘A Great Blank’: Reading the Unwritable in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Biography,” Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf, University of South Dakota, Sioux Falls (online), June 10–13, 2021.

“‘Her proper setting’: Arranging Objects and Affects in Nella Larsen’s Quicksand, American Comparative Literature Association, Montréal (online), April 8–11, 2021.

“‘Imperfect gleam of moonshine': Beholding Gothic Objects in Horace Walpole’s The Castle of Otranto,” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Toronto (online), April 8–10, 2021.

“Dorothy Hale’s The Novel and the New Ethics.” New Novel Studies at Berkeley, University of California, Berkeley (online), March 5, 2021. Invited.

English Department Classes