Michelle E. Moore

Michelle E. Moore

Michelle E. Moore

Professor, English

Tel.: (630) 942-2793
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2615A
moorem@cod.edu

Areas of Research Interest:

  • American Literature
  • Modernism
  • Popular Culture
  • Film
     

Recent Courses Taught:

  • English 2820 Vampire in Lit and Film
  • English 2224 American Literature From the Civil War to the Present
  • English 2227 Modern European Literature
  • English 1154 Film as Literature
  • English 1135 Intro to Film Art
  • English 2226 Masterpieces of World Literature
  • English 2290 Postmodernism
  • English 1101, 1102, 1103
     

Current Projects:

  • Researching and writing a study on vampiric metaphors in modernist fiction and film
  • Writing an article on Willa Cather's The Song of the Lark and Alice in Wonderland
     

Selected Publications, Presentations, Performances, Books:

  • "Faulkner, Hawks, Bazin: The Case for Dreadful Hollow," under consideration at Mississippi Quarterly
  • "Chicago's Cliff Dwellers and The Song of the Lark" Cather Studies 9. Eds. Melissa J. Homestead and Guy J. Reynolds. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P: 2011. 93-113.
  • "'The Unsleeping Cabal': Faulkner's Fevered Vampires and the Other South" The Faulkner Journal 24.2 (Spring 2009): 55-76.
  • "'If This Was a Rape, Then Why Would She Be a Whore?': Rape in Todd Solondz's Films" Rape in Art Cinema, Ed. Dominique Russell. New York: Continuum Press, 2010. 129-144.
  • "Killers and Diers: White Noise, Violence, Genre" Academic Exchange Quarterly 11.1 (Spring 2007): 66-71.
  • "'The Most Extraordinary Effect': Teaching Ambiguity in The Turn of the Screw," Approaches to Teaching James' The Turn of the Screw, Daisy Miller, and Other Short Fiction, Eds. Kimberly C. Reed and Peter G. Beidler, New York: MLA, 2005. 127-131.
  • "Bharati Mukherjee," Great World Writers: Twentieth Century, Ed. Patrick M. O'Neill Tarrytown, New York: Marshall Cavendish, 2004. 937-952.
  • "Cracking the Case: Erupting Bodies in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho," Proceedings of the Federation Rhetoric Symposium: Emerging Rhetorics, April 30- May 7, 1999, Ed. William E. Tanner. Mesquite, Texas: Caxton's Modern Arts Press, 1999. CD-ROM
     

Recent Presentations:

  • "'I Only Want Impossible Things': Thea and Alice in Wonderland" 13th International Cather Seminar, Smith College, MA, June 2011.
  • "Horror and Outrage: Gothic Masculinities in Absalom, Absalom! and The Song of the Lark" American Literature Association Conference, Boston, MA, May 2011.
  • "'Consider Me Dead': The Female Vampire in Cather's The Song of the Lark," American Literature Association Conference, San Francisco, CA, May 2010.
  • "Immigration and the Scandinavian Vampire in Let the Right One In" Global Flicks Film Festival, Glen Ellyn, IL, February 2010.
  • "Like the Buildings in a City Block: Chicago's Cliff Dwellers and The Song of the Lark" 12th International Cather Seminar, Chicago, IL, July 2009.
  • "Hot for Teacher: Film Representations of the Student Sex Scandals" Teachers, Teaching, and the Movies Conference, Charleston, SC, October 2007.
  • "The Man Whom He Would Be if He Could Metamorphose Into: Vampires, Slavery, and Male Sexuality in Absalom, Absalom!" Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha Conference, Oxford, MS, July 2007.
  • "Unlimited Quantities of M-M-M Food": The Modern Artist as Cannibal in the Postwar American Novel," Midwest Modern Language Association Convention, Chicago, IL, November 2006.
  • "'I Drank Your Blood': Vampires, Violence, and Beloved," Twentieth-Century Literature Conference, Louisville, KY, March 2003.
     

Education:

  • Ph.D. SUNY at Binghamton
  • M.A. SUNY at Binghamton
  • B.A. Dickinson College
     

Awards and Recognitions:

Academic and Teaching Honors

  • Outstanding College of DuPage Faculty for 2010-2011
  • College of DuPage Technology Award Grant 2007, 2008
  • Spirit of Service Award. College of DuPage 2007
  • Who's Who Among America's Teachers 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
  • Mellon Fellowship Finalist, Grinnell College 2002
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant Award 1995-2001
  • Tuition Scholarship Award 1995-2001


Faculty Spotlight

2010-2011 Outstanding Faculty Award Winner

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Michelle Moore

Michelle Moore, professor of English, College of DuPage's 2010-2011 Overall Outstanding Faculty Member.