Ellen Scheible is Associate Professor of English at Bridgewater State University. Her research interests include Irish Studies, British modernism, modern gothic fiction, the domestic interior, and the postcolonial body. In her current work, Dr. Scheible explores representations of gender and sexuality within the discourse of homes and homelessness in Irish fiction, the role of homemaking in configurations of the nation in twentieth-century writing, and the influence of the gothic tradition on modern subjectivity. She is completing a book project tentatively titled Versions of Home in Irish Fiction.
Dr. Scheible was a Moore Institute Visiting Fellow at the National University of Ireland Galway (2016). Previously, she was awarded a Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation Fellowship to support research in Dublin (2014). She is a BSU Commonwealth Honors Faculty Fellow and the coordinator of the Bridgewater State University Irish Studies Program. She has published on Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, and others. She is co-editor of Rethinking Joyce’s Dubliners (Palgrave 2017).

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