Professor Gabrielle McIntire
Office: Watson 437
American and British literary modernisms; psychoanalysis; theories of gender, sexuality, memory, secularism, and the sacred.
- "Uncanny Semblables and Serendipitous Publications: T.S. Eliot’s the Criterion, The Waste Land, and James Joyce’s Ulysses." 1922: Literature, Culture, Politics, ed. Jean-Michel Rabaté. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (forthcoming).
- "Feminism and Gender in To the Lighthouse." The Cambridge Companion to To the Lighthouse, ed. Alison Pease. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (forthcoming).
- Editor, The Cambridge Companion to The Waste Land (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).
- “Psychology and Sexuality,” The Blackwell Companion to Modernist Poetry, eds. David Chinitz and Gail McDonald (forthcoming).
- "You Can't Go Home Again: Ambivalent Nostalgia in T.S. Eliot's Poetry." Modernism and Nostalgia, ed. Tammy Clewell. (New York: Palgrave, 2013): 54-70.
- “Toward a Narratology of Passing: Epistemology, Race, and Misrecognition in Nella Larsen’s Passing.” Callaloo 35.3 (2012): 778-94.
- “The Women Do Not Travel: Gender, Difference, and Incommensurability in Heart of Darkness,” Heart of Darkness: Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism, 3rd ed., ed. Ross Murfin (New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2010). Reprint from Modern Fiction Studies 48 (2002): 257–284.
- Review of Matthew Arnold: A Critical Portrait, by Stefan Collini, The European Legacy: Toward New Paradigms 15.6 (2010): 819.
- “‘Doing up Freud:’ Virginia Woolf, The Hogarth Press, and Getting Dirty: A Response to Elisa Kay Sparks’ Review in Virginia Woolf Miscellany Fall 2009,” Virginia Woolf Miscellany 77 (2010): 16–17.
- Review of The Economics of Fantasy: Rape in Twentieth-Century Literature, by Sharon Stockton, Time Present: The Newsletter of the T. S. Eliot Society 67 (2009): 7–8.
- “Why Teach Literature?” Queen’s Gazette 39 (2008): 7.
- Modernism, Memory, and Desire: T.S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008; Second Printing 2008; Third Printing 2009; Paperback 2011).
- "Bloom." Remembering Colin. Kentville, Nova Scotia: Gaspereau Press, 2013.
- "Fall," The Original Van Gogh's Ear Anthology. 30 Sept. 2012. Web. http://theoriginalvangoghsearanthology.com/2012/09/30/fall-by-gabrielle-mcintire/
- “Give,” Literary Review of Canada 20.5 (Toronto, 2012).
- “Winter’s Waiting,” From Wayside to Woodland, ed. Lorna Ramsay (Victoria, BC: Poetry Institute of Canada, 2008).
- “Speed,” Literary Review of Canada 15.5 (Toronto, 2007).
- “A Description of an Approaching Hurricane in Canada,” Scapes (Kingston: Hidden Book Press, 2007).
- “On Being Close to Dying at Age 87,” Van Gogh’s Ear (Paris: French Connection Press, 2006).
- “The Black-Capped Chickadee,” The Salmon River Watershed: Jewel of Eastern Ontario (Kingston: Friends of the Salmon River Press, 2006).
- “Shivering Ash on the Edge of Ramsden Park,” Kingston Poets’ Gallery, ed. Elizabeth Greene (Kingston: Artful Codger Press, 2006).
- “Break Through,” Kingston Poets’ Gallery, ed. Elizabeth Greene (Kingston: Artful Codger Press, 2006).
- “Psalm for Winter,” Small Brushes (Allamuchy, NJ: Adept Press, 2006).
- “At Sea,” The Cortland Review 31 (Seattle: 2006).
- “The Task of the Rose Hip,” The Queen’s Feminist Review (Kingston: 2005).
Author of Modernism, Memory, and Desire: T.S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008; Second Printing 2008; Third Printing 2009; Paperback 2011), and articles in journals including Modern Fiction Studies, Modernism/modernity, Narrative, and Callaloo. With poetry published in journals and collections such as The Literary Review of Canada, The Cortland Review, Van Gogh’s Ear, and Kingston Poets’ Gallery, Gabrielle has also written a novel that is in search of an agent. Recipient of the W. J. Barnes Arts and Science Undergraduate Society Award for Excellence in Teaching, McIntire sits on the editorial board of Twentieth-Century Literature, and on the board of the T.S. Eliot Society. She is currently editing The Cambridge Companion to The Waste Land and working on a book on modernism and the sacred funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). Gabrielle is happy to consider doctoral supervisions in British and/or American literary modernisms (roughly 1890-1945), and is particularly open to theoretical emphases on psychoanalysis, gender studies, memory studies, and/or theories of the sacred and the secular.