Bonnie Roos, Ph.D.
Office: Classroom Center 319N
Dr. Roos comes to WTAMU with B.A.s in fine arts and comparative literature from the University of California at Santa Cruz, M.A.s in art history and comparative literature from the University of Oregon and a Ph.D. in comparative literature from the University of Oregon. Her research and publications are linked by her focus on 20th- and 21st-century nationalism and gender issues.
Teaching and Related Service
Dr. Roos typically teaches World Masterpieces, Postcolonialism, and Transatlantic Modernisms. She loves reading and learning about all literatures, great and small.
Research and Creative Activity Dr. Roos's research focuses on transatlantic modernism and postcolonialism. She is co-editor of Postcolonial Green: Environmental Poltics and World Narratives (U Virginia Press 2010), author of the book Djuna Barnes's Nightwood: The World, and the Politics of Peace (Bloomsbury 2014), and co-editor of Behind the Masks of Modernism: Global and Transnational Perspectives (U Press Florida, forthcoming). In addition to several book chapters, she has published articles appearing in Comparative Literature, Modernism/Modernity, Yale Journal of Criticism, Aurora: The History of Art, and Research in African Literatures among others.