Meet our Faculty: Rosina Neginsky
Rosina Neginsky Rosina Neginsky
Associate Professor, Liberal Studies/Individual Option, Women’s Studies, English
Director, Individual Option Program
Ph.D. English, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Phone: (217) 206-7431
Office: UHB 3027
Teaching Concentration: European literature (English Pre-Raphaelites; French and Russian Symbolists), 1850-1920; contemporary French literature. Courses: Ancient Greek and Biblical Motifs in European Literature, 1880-Present; Dostoevsky; European Cinema; International Women Writers; Major Women Writers; Symbolist Movement in Europe.
Courses: Ancient Greek and Biblical Motifs in European Literature, 1880-Present, Dostoevsky, European Cinema, International Women Writers, Major Women Writers, Symbolist Movement in Europe.
- “Methods in Teaching Literature online,” Modern Language Association
- “Ekphrasis in the Age of Cervantes: Ekphrasis in Flaubert’s Short Stories,” International Literary Symposiums in Paris
- “Recapturing Works of Art in Mallarme’s Herodiade,” Princetom University
- “Artistic References in Flaubert’s Short Story, ‘Herodias,’” Illinois Philological Association
- Poetry, Under the Light of the Moon and Dancing Over the Precipice
- Zinaida Vengerova In Search of Beauty: A Literary Ambassador between East and West (University of Heidelberg series, Peter Lang)
- Dictionary of Literary Biography
Rutledge Who’s Who in Twentieth Century World Poetry
- Reference Guide of Short Fiction
Dr. Neginsky is also the recipient of a number of awards from NEH and IREX.