Mary Esteve, PhD
Associate Professor, English
PhD, University of Washington, Comparative Literature
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature; urban literature; political, social, and critical theory. She is currently developing two research projects, one on narratives of redistribution in late-19th and early-20th century American literature, the other on the literary and cultural discourse of happiness and normativity in the mid-20th century.
Co-editor of the online journal Post45 Peer Reviewed, 2010-2015.
Appointments and awards
Postdoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University (1998-2000)
SSHRC Recipient (2005-2008)
Visiting Associate Professor, California Institute of Technology (2007-2008)