Julia Klimek, Ph.D.
Professor of English; Coordinator of the Interdisciplinary Studies Program
Modern Poetry and Modern Fiction, Working Class Literature, Women’s Literature, Postcolonial Studies, Maps and Literature, American Autobiography-20th Century, Graphic Novels, Postcolonial Literature, Writing, Culture, and Identity
Faculty adviser to Excursions, the Coker College student literary magazine
“Teaching Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home,” in Class, Please Open Your Comics: Essays on Teaching With Graphic Narratives. ed. Matthew Miller, forthcoming by McFarland in 2015.
“The Taboo in Philip Roth’s Sabbath’s Theater,” Harold Bloom’s Literary Themes, 2010.
“Landforms and Drainage: Mapping Changes in the Bioregion,” in Putah and Cache, ed. David Robertson. in-house, UC Davis, 2001.
“Elusive Images of Women, Home, and History: Deconstructing the Use of Film and Photography in Edgar Reitz’s Heimat,” in Women in German Yearbook, ed. Patricia Herminghouse. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2000.
“Drawing Out the Implications of Witnessing: Art Spiegelman’s Graphic Novel Maus,” in Children of the Holocaust, ed. Viktoria Hertling. Amsterdam: Rodopi Press, 1998.