I've taught at the New School since 2001. My degrees in American history, English, and law are from Harvard (A.B.), Georgetown (M.A.), The University of Virginia School of Law (J.D.), and Princeton (Ph.D.). My specialties include Modern and contemporary English, Irish and American literature; literature and law; F. Scott Fitzgerald; and contemporary American music. My courses at The New School include classes on James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, 20thc American fiction, contemporary Anglophone drama, Henry James and Edith Wharton. Currently, I have a book manuscript under publication review, and am working on a book about F. Scott Fitzgerald. My articles, essays, notes and reviews, covering topics from Oscar Wilde's trials to Bob Dylan and High Modernism to Neil Gaiman, have appeared in books, critical editions, magazines and journals from The New York TImes to Hot Press to the Times Literary Supplement. Please read my essays on books at the Beacon Reader, on American music at No Depression, and on many topics at the Huffington Post. For more, do visit my website, AnneMargaretDaniel.com. Thank you.
Many articles at No Depression; the Huffington Post and The Beacon Reader.
Book manuscript under publication review.
Neil Gaiman, Coraline, The Literary Encyclopedia [forthcoming]
"F. Scott Fitzgerald and The New Yorker, 1925-1941," F. Scott Fitzgerald Society Review (Penn State, 2013)
"Bob Dylan, The Bootleg Series, Vol. 10: Another Self Portrait (1969-1971), Isis Magazine (2013)
Article on Louis MacNeice in Incorrigibly Plural: Louis MacNeice and His Legacy (Carcanet 2012)
"Bob Dylan's Near Perfect Storm," HotPress (August 2012)
American culture and music; F. Scott Fitzgerald and American Modernism; Irish literature; New York City in literature; Bob Dylan; Modern drama.
consulting thanks from Bazmark Inq., as venetianblonde, for work on The Great Gatsby (film produced by Baz Luhrmann, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, 2013)
associate director, Yeats International Summer School, Sligo, Ireland, 2008-2009; 2010-2012
keynote speaker, F. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary Conference, Princeton, NJ, spring 1996
Gender and Modernism