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1 DANIELLE CORIALE Department of English & Comparative Literature The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill CB #3520, Greenlaw Hall (office) Chapel Hill, NC (fax) ACADEMIC POSITIONS Research Assistant Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2011-present Postdoctoral Fellow in Nineteenth-Century British Literature, Department of English The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, EDUCATION Ph.D. English Literature, Brandeis University, February 2009 Dissertation: The Naturalist Imagination: Novel Forms of British Natural History, Committee: John Plotz (chair), Susan Lanser, and Harriet Ritvo M.A. English Literature, Syracuse University, August 2002 Visiting student in Italian Language and Literature, L Istituto Lorenzo de Medici (Florence, Italy), 1999 B.A. English Literature and Philosophy, Cum Laude, Boston College, May With Honors in English. FELLOWSHIPS, PRIZES, AND AWARDS 2010 National Humanities Center, Summer Literary Institute: Thomas Hardy s Jude the Obscure Phyllis G. Redstone Dissertation Year Fellowship, Brandeis University 2007 Huntington Foundation Fellowship (one month), Huntington Library 2007 Outstanding Teaching Fellow Award, Brandeis University Barbara and Morton Mandel Endowed Graduate Fellowship, Brandeis University 2006 Walter L. Arnstein Prize (for dissertation research), Midwest Victorian Studies Assoc Sachar Scholarship (for dissertation research in England, two months), Brandeis University Graduate fellowship and tuition scholarship, Brandeis University Teaching fellowship and tuition scholarship, Syracuse University PUBLICATIONS When Zoophytes Speak: Polyps and Naturalist Fantasy in the Age of Liberalism. Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 34.1 (February 2012): Charlotte Brontë s Shirley and the Consolations of Natural History. Victorian Review, 36:2 (Fall 2010): Gaskell s Naturalist. Nineteenth-Century Literature, 63:3 (December 2008): Sketches by Boz, So Frail a Machine. SEL: Studies in English Literature, , 48:4 (Autumn 2008): Reprinted in Victorian Hybridities: Cultural Anxiety and Formal Innovation. U. C. Knoepflmacher and Logan D. Browning, eds. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press,

2 WORKS IN PROGRESS Captivating Subjects: Victorian Fiction and Animal Science (book manuscript in progress) Supersensitive Souls: Jude the Obscure and the Strange Science of Psychophysics. Invited submission for edited collection, Strange Science, eds. Lara Karpenko and Shalyn Claggett. Gleanings: Edward Lear s Zoological Lithography. Invited submission for edited collection, Comics through the Looking-Glass: Reading the Palimpsest of Victorian and Neo-Victorian Graphic Texts, eds. Anna Maria Jones and Rebecca N. Mitchell. CHAIRED CONFERENCE PANELS 2011 Evolution and the Child Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS), Pitzer College, Claremont, CA 2010 Animal Measurements North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA), Montreal 2004 The Spectacle of Class Maintenance in the 19th Century Graduate Conference on Spectacle & Speculation, Brandeis University TALKS AND PRESENTATIONS 2013 Dickens at 200: The Risky Ascent of Boz. English Speaking Union University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC (invited lecture) 2012 Supersensitive Souls: Jude the Obscure and the Delights of Living The Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts (SLSA), Milwaukee, WI 2012 Supersensitive Souls: Jude the Obscure and the Legacy of Psychophysics North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA), Madison, WI 2012 George Eliot s Ugly Animals Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS), Lexington, KY 2012 Eliot s Animal-Girls Northeast Modern Language Association (NEMLA), Rochester, NY 2011 When Zoophytes Speak: The Naturalist Fantasies of G. H. Lewes Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS), Pitzer College, Claremont, CA 2011 Political Animals: Polyps in Victorian Science and Literature Department of English, The Pennsylvania State University (invited lecture) 2010 Political Animals: Polyps in the Victorian Imagination North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA), Montreal Panel Organizer: Tiny Creatures, Great Wonders 2009 Darwin s Anecdotes: a Study in the Survival of Literary Form Modern Language Association, Philadelphia (Victorian Division Meeting) 2

3 2009 Future in the Past: Richard Jefferies Novel Forms of Natural History The Green Nineteenth Century, Nineteenth-Century Studies Association, Milwaukee, WI 2008 Charlotte Brontë s Naturalist Imagination Green Victoria, NAVSA panel at ACCUTE, Vancouver 2008 Novel Naturalists: Brontë, Gaskell, and the Natural History of British Life International Conference on Narrative, Austin, TX 2007 Thought Coloured by Feeling : Mill, Brontë, and the Pleasures of Natural History Modern Language Association, Chicago (Literature & Science Division Meeting) 2007 The Just-Perceptible Difference : Francis Galton and the Measures of Imagination North American Conference on British Studies, San Francisco Panel organizer, Literature, Science, and Problems of Perception 2006 Latin Names/Local Dialects: Mary Barton and the Crisis of Nomenclature in Natural History Harvard Humanities Center, Victorian Literature and Culture Seminar. (invited lecture) 2006 Resisting Reform: Charlotte Brontë and the Grounds of Natural History Victorians Institute, Spartanburg, South Carolina 2005 Relative Measures: Francis Galton and the Successful Failure of the Absolute Modern Language Association, Washington, D.C. (Late-19th and Early-20th Century English Literature Division Meeting) 2005 Galton s Tennyson: Poetry and Objectivity in Scientific Writing at the Fin-de-Siècle Northeast Conference on British Studies, Amherst, Massachusetts 2004 On Solid Ground: Popular Balloon Narratives and the Spectacle of Ascent in Sketches by Boz Nineteenth Century Studies Association Conference, St. Louis, Missouri 2004 Panelist at Crossing Boundaries, a Roundtable on Interdisciplinary Scholarship Boston College English Department Graduate Colloquium TEACHING EXPERIENCE 26 sections of 19 different courses Research Assistant Professor, UNC Chapel Hill, 2011-present Courses taught: Gothic Medicine: Literature, Science, and the Body in Victorian England (Honors course - Spring 2013) Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century British Literature (Spring 2013) Biological Aesthetics: Literature, Science, and the Body in 19th-C Britain (Graduate Seminar - Fall 2012) Feminist Literary Theory (Fall 2012) The British Novel, 1870-WWII (Spring 2012) Nineteenth-Century Women Writers (Spring 2012) Victorian Literature - Contemporary Issues: The Brontës (Fall 2011) Science and Literature in Nineteenth-Century Britain (Fall 2011) Postdoctoral Fellow, Pennsylvania State University, Courses taught: The Brontës (senior seminar, Spring 2011) Introduction to Critical Theory (Fall 2010/Spring 2011) 3

4 Visiting Assistant Professor, College of the Holy Cross, Courses taught: Exiles, Outsiders, & the Victorian Novel (Spring 2009) Masterpieces of British Literature (Spring 2009) The Nineteenth-Century British Novel (Fall 2008) Readings in Nineteenth-Century British Literature (Fall 2008) Critical Reading and Writing: Fiction (Fall 2008/Spring 2009) Teaching Fellow, Brandeis University, Courses assisted: Major British Novelists: the Brontës, Dickens, and Eliot (John Plotz) Detectives, Monsters, and Criminals (Evan Horowitz) 21st-Century American Literature (Caren Irr) 18th-Century and Restoration Literature (Tom King) Studies in Popular Culture (Paul Morrison) Instructor, Brandeis University, Writing seminars designed, developed, and taught: Science and Culture explored representations of science in literature and film (Fall 2006) Mad Science focused on science and ethics in the literary imagination (Spring 2006) Fact and Fiction dealt with realism in documentary film and photography (Spring 2005) Word and Image examined the relationship between visual and verbal texts (Fall 2004) Instructor, Syracuse University, Courses taught: Introductory Composition (four sections) Advanced Composition (two sections) SERVICE AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2012 Dissertation committee member, UNC Department of English and Comparative Literature Rebecca Nesvet (dissertation on the 19thC kinship coteries and global exploration) Lauren Cameron (dissertation on Victorian natural history and women writers) 2012 Outside grant reviewer for the Research Foundation of CUNY. The Research Foundation, working together with the Professional Staff Congress (Union), awards $ 12,000 grants to research projects in all disciplinary fields Manuscript reader for Victorian Studies (2010), Victorian Review (2011), Literature Compass (2011), and Nineteenth-Century Studies (2012) Second Reader, Senior Honors Thesis/19th-c British novel (L. Winslow) Department of English, College of the Holy Cross 2006 Co-organizer, Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference on Traffic Department of English and American Literature, Brandeis University ESL Tutor, English as a Second Language Program, Brandeis University 2004 Co-coordinator, First-Year Graduate Symposium. Department of English & American Literature, Brandeis University Research Assistant for John Plotz, Brandeis University 4

5 MEMBERSHIPS Modern Language Association North American Victorian Studies Association Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies The Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts The Society for Novel Studies LANGUAGES Italian (near-native spoken, excellent reading and writing) French (intermediate reading) 5

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