Dr Nevena Stojanovic is a Lecturer in the English Department at West Virginia University, USA. She teaches courses in composition and rhetoric and American literature. Her research centers on presentations of women in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American and transatlantic literatures, nomadism and displacement, rearticulations of selfhood in contact zones, the potential of radical performance art, and pedagogy.
Nevena has published her work in The Henry James Review, Otherness: Essays and Studies, The International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies, The St. John’s University Humanities Review, An Introvert in an Extrovert World: Essays on the Quiet Ones, The Theatre Journal, and Interactions: EGE Journal of British and American Studies. She is currently working on a few projects that examine performances of Jewishness in American novels at the turn of the twentieth century.