Gabrielle Kirilloff

Assistant Professor
English
Reed Hall 305

g.kirilloff@tcu.edu | 817-257-4843

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Education

Ph.D., English Literature, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2018
MA, English Literature, University of Rochester, 2013
BA, English Literature, University of Pittsburgh, 2012

Courses Taught

Intro to Digital Humanities
Intro to Women's Literature
Rhetoric as Inquiry

Areas of Focus

Digital Humanities, New Media Studies, and Nineteenth- and early Twentieth-Century American Literature

“‘You must tell me just what to do’: Action and Characterization in Wharton’s The Age of Innocence.” Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence: New Centenary Essays, ed. Arielle Zibrak. London: Palgrave and Macmillan, forthcoming 2019.

“Geospatial Approaches to Reading and Teaching My Ántonia.” In The Country of Lost Borders: New Critical Essays on My Ántonia, ed. Stéphanie Durrans. Nanterre: University of Paris Press, 2017. 73-87. With Emily Rau.

“From a distance ‘you might mistake her for a man’: A Closer Reading of Gender and Character Action in Jane Eyre, The Law and the Lady, and A Brilliant Woman.” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, forthcoming. Primary author. With Peter Capuano, Julius Fredrick, and Matthew Jockers

“Understanding Gender and Character Agency in the 19th Century Novel.” The Journal of Cultural Analytics, Genre Cluster, 2016. With Matthew Jockers

“Exploring the Intersection of Public and Private Authorial Voice in the Works of Willa Cather.” DSH: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, DH Special Issue, 2015. With Laura Dimmit, Chandler Warren, and James Wehrwein

“The Rhetorical Uses of Reader Address in the Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Novel.” Digital Humanities. Mexico City, Mexico. 2018.

“The Complete Letters of Willa Cather: Creating A Major New Resource for the Study of Willa Cather.” Willa Cather International Seminar. Pittsburgh, PA. 2017. With Andrew Jewell, Melissa Homestead, Kari Ronning, Emily Rau, and Lori Nevole

“Digital Approaches to Mapping the Great Plains.” Great Plains Symposium. Lincoln, NE. 2017.

“Mapping Imagined and Experienced Places: An Exploration of the Geography of Willa Cather’s Writing.” Digital Humanities. Krakow, Poland. 2016. With Emily Rau

“Who’s Doing What?: Examining The Relationships Among Subjectivity, Agency, and Syntax In The 19th Century Novel.” Digital Humanities. Krakow, Poland. 2016. With Jonathan Cheng

“Understanding Gender and Character Agency in the 19th Century Novel.” International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature Conference. Chicago, IL. 2016.

“Exploring the Intersection of Public and Private Authorial Voice in the Works of Willa Cather” Digital Humanities. Lausanne, Switzerland. 2014. With Laura Dimmit, Chandler Warren, and James Wehrwein

“Materiality, Ownership, and the Desire for Textual Possession in Mark Danielewski’s House of Leaves.” Reading Then and Now. Charlottesville, VA. 2014.