Ph.D. University of Michigan
Kimberly J. Devlin (B.A. Bryn Mawr; Ph.D. University of Michigan) is the author of Wandering and Return in “Finnegans Wake” (Princeton University Press, 1991) and James Joyce’s Fraudstuff (University of Florida Press, 2002). Her articles on Joyce have appeared in PMLA, Novel, James Joyce Quarterly, and several essay collections. Her articles on Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness have appeared in Modern Fiction Studies. She has coedited Joycean Cultures / Culturing Joyces (University of Delaware Press, 1998) and Ulysses—En-Gendered Perspectives (University of South Carolina Press, 1999). She wrote a monograph on “Taste and Consumption in Ulysses” for the Joyce Studies 2004 Monograph Series published by the National Library of Ireland. Her teaching and research interests extend to the modern period in its broader parameters, and feminist and psychoanalytic theory.