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Dr. Zena Meadowsong

Zena Meadowsong received her B.A. in English from Princeton University (1999) and her M.A. and Ph.D. in English from Stanford University (2004, 2006). Her research focuses on the relationship between the historical process of mechanization and narrative innovation in nineteenth and twentieth-century fiction. She has essays published in Studies in American Naturalism, Nineteenth-Century Literature, the Oxford Handbook of American Literary Naturalism, and the James Joyce Quarterly, and is currently at work on a book project entitled Mechanization and the Making of the Modern Novel: Naturalism, Modernism, Postmodernism. She teaches the British literature surveys, Literary Studies for English Majors, and courses on modernism and modern fiction.