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Department of English, Marquette University
I. PERSONAL DATA
Michael Patrick Gillespie
Department of English, P.O. Box 1881 5918 N. Santa Monica
Marquette University Whitefish Bay, WI 53217
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881 (414) 332-4352
E-mail: Michael.Gillespie@marquette.edu FAX: (414) 288-5433
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, 1980
M.A., University of Wisconsin, 1976
B.S., University of Illinois, 1968
Louise Edna Goeden Professor of English Literature, 2000--present
Professor of English, Marquette University, 1992--2000
Associate Professor of English, Marquette University, 1988--1992
Assistant Professor of English, Marquette University, 1980--1988
IV. COURSES TAUGHT
Precursors to Modernism
Origins of the Modernist Novel
Virginia Woolf and the Evolution of Modernism
The Urban Novel in 20th Century British Literature
The Irish Urban Novel
Reading Film as Narrative
Narrative in Contemporary Irish Film
Contemporary Literature and the New Physics
Methods and Materials of Research
Independent Readings: the Works of James Joyce; Anglo-Irish Fiction
Honors Colloquium: The Odyssey's Odyssey
Modern British Drama
Contemporary British Literature
Modern British Literature
Survey of British Literature, Chaucer to Beckett
Survey of Fiction
Survey of Drama
Honors Introduction to Literature
V. ACADEMIC HONORS
Visiting Research Scholar, Humanities Research Center, University of Texas, Austin, Texas (1981)
Visiting Research Scholar, Humanities Research Center, University of Texas, Austin, Texas (1982)
American Council of Learned Societies Travel Grant (1982)
Marquette University Regular Research Grant (1982-1983)
Marquette University Summer Faculty Fellowship (1983)
American Philosophical Society Research Grant (1984)
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for Individual Study and Research (1984-1985)
American Philosophical Society Research Grant (1986)
Marquette University Summer Faculty Fellowship (1986)
William Andrews Clark Memorial Library Fellowship (1987)
Marquette Institute for Family Studies Research Grant (1988)
Marquette University Summer Faculty Fellowship (1990)
Marquette University Regular Research Grant (1990)
Marquette University Summer Faculty Fellowship (1992)
Marquette University Regular Research Grant (1992)
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar for College Teachers (1994)
Council for International Studies Travel Fellowship (1995)
Marquette University Summer Faculty Fellowship (1997)
Marquette University Regular Research Grant (1997)
Speaker, James Joyce Summer School-Dublin (1997)
Faculty, Yeats Summer School-Sligo (1998)
Wisconsin Humanities Council (1999)
National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar on the Irish Theatre (1999)
Marquette Urban Institute Curriculum Development Grant (1999)
Marquette University Summer Faculty Fellowship (1999)
Marquette University Regular Research Grant (1999)
Marquette University Faculty Development Award (1982-2002)
VI. MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
Modern Language Association
James Joyce Foundation
American Conference for Irish Studies
Inverted Volumes Improperly Arranged: James Joyce and His Trieste Library. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1983.
James Joyce's Trieste Library: A Catalogue of Materials. Austin: The Humanities Research Center/The University of Texas, 1986.
Reading the Book of Himself: Narrative Strategies in the Works of James Joyce. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1989.
The Picture of Dorian Gray: "What the World Thinks Me." New York: Twayne Publishers, 1995.
James Joyce A to Z: The Essential Reference to His Life and Work. (co-authored with A. Nicholas Fargnoli) New York: Facts on File, 1995. London: Bloomsbury, 1995. New York and London: Oxford University Press, 1996 [paperback]. Tokyo: Japan UNI Agency, Inc., 1997 [Japanese translation].
Oscar Wilde and the Poetics of Ambiguity. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1996.
Recent Criticism of James Joyce’s “Ulysses.” (Co-authored with Paula F. Gillespie) Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2000.
Reading William Kennedy. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2001.
The Aesthetics of Chaos: Nonlinear Thinking and Contemporary Literary Criticism. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2003.
Joycean Occasions: Essays from the Milwaukee James Joyce Conference. Edited with Janet Dunleavy and Melvin Friedman. Newark: University of Delaware Press; London and Toronto: Associated University Presses, 1991.
Joyce through the Ages: A Non-Linear View. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1999.
James Joyce and the Fabrication of an Irish Identity. European Joyce Studies 11 Amsterdam and Atlanta: Editions Rodopi b.v., 2001.
Oscar Wilde: Life, Work, and Criticism. Fredericton, N.B.: York Press Ltd., 1990.
Ulysses and the American Reader. Joyce Studies 2004 No. 2. Dublin: National Library of Ireland, 2004.
"A Critique of Ellmann's List of Joyce's Trieste Library." James Joyce Quarterly 18 (Fall 1981): 27-36.
"Moral Alternatives: Children, Mushrooms and Berries in Sons and Lovers." The Explicator 40 Summer 1982):36-38.
"An Inquisition of Chapter Seven of Finnegans Wake." Renascence 35 (Winter 1983): 138-151.
"Sources and the Independent Artist." James Joyce Quarterly 20 (Spring 1983): 325-336.
"Wagner in the Ormond Bar: Operatic Elements in the `Sirens' Episode of Ulysses." Irish Renaissance Annual 4 (1983): 157-173.
"Parallactic Criticisms: Contrasting Views of the Works of James Joyce." Studies in the Novel 15 (Winter 1983): 364-375.
"A Swift Reading of Ulysses." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 27 (Summer 1985): 178-190.
"A Finnegans Wake Approach to Ulysses." Irish Literary Supplement (Fall 1985): 36.
"Life and Letters," "New Measure," "Workshop." British Literary Magazines: The Modern Age, 1914-1984. Ed. Alvin Sullivan. New York: Greenwood Press, 1986, pp. 222-228, 282-284, & 502-505.
"Why Does One Re-Read Ulysses?" In Assessing the 1984 “Ulysses”. Ed. C. George Sandulescu and Clive Hart. Gerrards Cross, Bucks: Colin Smythe; Totowa, New Jersey: Barnes & Noble Books, 1986, pp. 43-57.
"Aesthetic Evolution: The Shaping Forces Behind Dubliners." Language and Style 19 (Spring 1987): 149-163.
"Raiding fur Bugginers: Finnegans Wake, 611.04-613.04." James Joyce Quarterly 24 (Spring 1987): 319-330. Reprinted in Critical Essays on James Joyce's “Finnegans Wake”. Ed. Patrick A. McCarthy. New York: G.K. Hall & Co., 1992, pp. 85-95.
"Redrawing the Artist as a Young Man." In Joyce's “Ulysses”: the Larger Perspective. Ed. Robert Neuman and Weldon Thornton. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1987, pp. 123-140.
"Lurking ad the Litter: Finnegans Wake 110.27-112.30" In New Alliances in Joyce Studies: "When it's Aped to Foul a Delfian." Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1988, pp. 230-237.
"James Joyce." Contemporary Authors 126. Detroit: Gale Press, 1989, pp. 203-211.
"An Ethos of Reading: Reactions to Some Critical Assumptions in Recent Interpretations of the Works of James Joyce." Studies in the Novel 21 (Spring 1989): 78-94.
"Sonny the Secular Savior: the Didacticism of Bernard Shaw." The World and I (December 1989): 406-423.
"Certitude and Circularity: the Search for Ulysses." Studies in the Novel 22 (Summer 1990): 216-230.
"Kenner on Joyce." In Re-Viewing Classics of Joyce Criticism. Ed. Janet Dunleavy. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1991, pp. 142-154.
"`When is a man not a man': Deconstructive and Reconstructive Impulses in Finnegans Wake." International Fiction Review18 (1991): 1-14.
"Picturing Dorian Gray: Resistant Readings in Wilde's Novel." English Literature in Transition: 1880-1920 35 (1992):7-25.
"Textually Uninhibited: The Playfulness of Joyce and Beckett." In Re: Joyce 'N Beckett. Ed. Phyllis Carey and Ed Jewinski. New York: Fordham University Press, 1992, pp. 83-103.
"The Idea of a University: John Henry Newman and the Need for Ideology in Education." The World & I. July 1992: 579-589.
"`Prying into the family life of a great man': A Survey of the Joyce/Léon Papers at the National Library of Ireland." James Joyce Quarterly 30 (Winter 1993): 277-294.
"From Beau Brummell to Lady Bracknell: Reviewing the Dandy in The Importance of Being Earnest." Victorians Institute Journal 21 (1993): 119-142.
"Violent Impotence and Impotent Violence: Brendan Behan's The Hostage." Eire-Ireland 29 (Spring 1994): 92-104.
"`What's in a Name?': Representing The Picture of Dorian Gray." Bucknell Review. 38 (1994): 44-60.
"Ethics and Aesthetics in The Picture of Dorian Gray." In Rediscovering Oscar Wilde. Ed. C. George Sandulescu. Gerrads Cross: Colin Smythe, 1994, pp. 137-155.
"Introduction." In The Works of James Joyce [poems]. The Wordsworth Poetry Library. Ware, Hertfordshire: Wordsworth Editions Ltd., 1995, pp. v-viii.
"Baroque Catholicism in Southern Fiction: Flannery O'Connor, Walker Percy, and John Kennedy Toole." In Traditions, Voices, and Dreams: The American Novel since the 1960s. Eds. Melvin J. Friedman and Ben Siegel. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1995, pp. 25-47.
"The Legacy of 1914: Pound, Lewis, Eliot, and the Composition of Finnegans Wake." Paideuma. 24(Fall & Winter 1995): 131-148.
"`In the buginning is the woid': Opening Lines and the Protocols of Reading." In Pedagogy, Praxis, “Ulysses”: Using Joyce's Text to Transform the Classroom. Ed. Robert Newman. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995, pp. 9-20.
"`It Seems History Is to Blame': Interpretive Subjectivity in Joyce and His Critics." Clio 25 (Fall 1995): 83-94.
"Aesthetic and Cultural Memory in Joyce and Heaney." In Seamus Heaney: The Shaping Spirit. Ed. Phyllis Carey and Catharine Malloy. Newark: University of Delaware Press; London: Associated University Presses, 1996, pp. 120-136.
"[S]he Was too Scrupulous Always: Edna O'Brien and the Comic Tradition." In The Comic Tradition in Irish Women Writers. Ed. Theresa O'Connor. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1996, pp. 108-123.
"The Myth of Alzheimer's: Forming a Language of Post-Modern Gerontology." Journal of Aging and Identity. 1.2 (1997):3-15.
“Danis Rose and the Common Reader.” James Joyce Quarterly 34 (Summer 1997): 584-587.
“(Meta)physics and ‘the portals of discovery’: Literary Criticism and the New Physics.” James Joyce Quarterly 34 (Summer 1997): 597-612.
“Danis Rose and the Rendering of Ulysses.” Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook: 1997 Detroit, Washington, D.C., London: Gale Research, 1998, pp. 199-202.
“The Papers of James Joyce: Ethical Questions for Textually Ambivalent Critics.” New Hibernia Review 2 (Winter 1998): 99-113.
“Reading on the Edge of Chaos: Finnegans Wake and the Burden of Linearity.” Journal of Modern Literature 22 Winter 1998/99): 359-372. Reprinted in Joyce and the Joyceans. Ed. Morton Levitt. New York: Syracuse University Press, 2002.
“Home Rules.” The Irish American Post 7.6 (Feb./Mar. 1999): 50-51.
“Dressing Irish.” The Irish American Post 8.3 (Aug./Sept. 1999): 32-35.
“Introduction.” In Joyce through the Ages: A Non-Linear View. Ed. Michael Patrick Gillespie. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1999, pp. 1-7.
“James Joyce and the Consumption of History.” Joyce through the Ages: A Non-Linear View. Ed. Michael Patrick Gillespie. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1999, 11-24.
“‘I pity your oldself I was used to’: Finnegans Wake and the Aesthetics of Aging.” In Comparative Literary Dimensions: Essays in Honor of Melvin Friedman. Ed. Jay L. Halio and Ben Siegel. Newark: University of Delaware Press; London: Associated University Presses, 2000, pp. 61-74.
“Hugh Kenner’s Dublin’s Joyce: A Reassessment." New Hibernia Review 5 (Summer 2001): 134-135.
"The Fabrication of an Irish Identity." European Joyce Studies 11 (2001): 1-10.
“The Myth of Hidden Ireland: The Corrosive Effect of The Quiet Man.” New Hibernia Review 6 (Summer 2002): 18-32.
Book reviews on critical works dealing with various Modernist writers and with aspects of literary theory have appeared in Clio, English Literature in Transition: 1880-1920, International Fiction Review, Irish Arts Review, Irish Literary Supplement, Irish Studies Review, James Joyce Broadsheet, James Joyce Literary Supplement, James Joyce Quarterly, Journal of English and German Philology, Modern Fiction Studies, Papers in Language and Literature, and Studies in the Novel.
VIII. ACADEMIC SERVICE
Director of Graduate Studies, Department of English
Undergraduate Major Advisor
Graduate Student Advisor
MA Thesis Advisor
Peer Visitation Committee
Writing Contest Committee
English Department Mellon Research Grant Committee
Committee on Graduate Studies
Committee on Undergraduate Studies
Executive Committee, Department of English
College Mellon Research Grant Committee
College Core Curriculum Committee
College Senior Experience Committee
College Curriculum and Assessment Committee
Dean's Search Committee, College of Arts and Sciences
Ad Hoc Tenure Procedural Review Committee
Vice President of Research Search Committee
University Library Catalogue Reform Committee
University Schmidt Fellowship Committee
University Committee on Research
Sub-Committee on Appeals, Committee on the Faculty
Humanities Area Committee on Promotion and Tenure
University Committee on Promotion and Tenure, Chair
University Committee on Faculty Appeals
Mission Week Steering Committee
Advisory Board, Institute for Family Studies
IX. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
General Editor, Irish Literature and Culture Series, University of Wisconsin Press, 2001-
Member, Board of Directors, International James Joyce Foundation, 2000-
President--American Conference for Irish Studies, 2001-2003
Vice-President--American Conference for Irish Studies, 1999-2001
Advisory Editor--James Joyce Quarterly, 1989-
Advisory Editor--Studies in the Novel, 1998-
Member of the Editorial Board--New Hibernia Review, 1997-
Member of the Editorial Board—eKeltoi, 2002-
Member of the Editorial Board—An Sionnach 2005-
Midwest Regional Representative--American Conference for Irish Studies, 1995-1997
Member of the Board of Consultants, Zurich James Joyce Foundation, 1993-
Co-editor--ACIS Newsletter, 1990-1997
Secretary--American Conference for Irish Studies, 1989-1995
Executive Committee on Anglo-Irish Literature--MLA, 1986-1989
Reader--Catholic University of America Press, Duke University Press, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, MLA Division of Publications, Ohio State University Press, Oregon State University Press, Pennsylvania State University Press, State University of New York Press, UMI Research Press, University of Wisconsin Press, University Press of Florida, Vanderbilt University Press, Wayne State University Press, The International Fiction Review, Mosaic, Papers on Language & Literature, PMLA, Renascence, and Victorian Poetry.