• Academics

Ellen E. Dolgin

Professor of English
Coordinator, English Program
Co-coordinator, Gender Studies
Casey Hall English Annex
(845) 848-4008

B.S. - Syracuse Univ.
M.A. - George Peabody College for Teachers of Vanderbilt University
Ph.D. - NYU

 Dr. Dolgin 

Areas of Interest/Research: Multicultural American literature; contemporary
women's fiction; modern drama and poetry.

Selected Publications and Presentations:

  • Modernizing Joan of Arc:  Concepts, Costumes & Canonization  (McFarland & Co., 2008)
  • AAUW (American Association of University Women)  :  Modernizing Joan of Arc: Joan As Social Everywoman (2008)
  • Several NEMA (Northeast Modern Language Assoc.) presentations, including:
    • Tom Stoppard & TS Eliot: Classical Echoes;  Toni Morrison's Beloved; Julia Alvarez' fiction and
    • Chair & Presenter:  “Ghosts in the Looking Glass: The Women We Carry”
    • Forthcoming:  Chair & Presenter:  “In Word or Deed: Global Women’s Unauthorized Modes of Communication”
  • Several SAMLA (Southatlantic Modern Language Association) presentations, including:
    • “Reading and Writing Eye to Eye:  Gender Coding Via Visual Literacy and/or Textual Explication in the Age of the Image”
    • Balancing Teaching and Scholarship panel: “All Things to All People:  The Small College Experience”