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Jessica Bundschuh has a Ph.D. in Creative Writing and English Literature from the University of Houston and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Maryland. Before joining the English Literatures & Cultures faculty at the Universität Stuttgart, initially as a Fulbright Lecturer in American Literature & Culture, she taught at a number of universities in the US. Her research interests include comparative literature (American, British & Irish), contemporary poetics and performance, the history of the epic in English, and British Romanticism. Her current research project is on the politics of poetic form.
“Testimonial ‘Sideshadowing’: The Narrative Hospitality of Medbh McGuckian’s Blaris
Moor.” Review of Irish Studies in Europe, vol. 4, no. 1, Winter/Spring 2020.
“Inclusionary Engagement of the Lyrical ‘We’: Denise Levertov’s Challenge to a
Populist Polarization of the Vietnam War.” Literary Imagination, Oxford UP, forthcoming 2021.
“Re-erecting Genre Distinctions?: The Sound Recordings of Paterson and The Rough
Field.” Poem Unlimited: New Perspectives on Poetry & Genre. De Gruyter, 2019.
“Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks, 1942: The Ekphrastic Poet’s Collective Diner.” Poetics
Today, vol. 39, no. 2, June 2018.
“Paul Celan’s Poetics: Thinking is Thanking – ‘Denken ist Danken’.” Columbia Review,
“’Volcano Time’: Temporal Plurality in Anne Carson’s Autobiography of Red.”
Anglistentag 2015 Paderborn Proceedings, vol. 37. Trier, 2016, pp. 219-30.
“The History of Gin.” The Los Angeles Review. October 2018.
“A Poet’s History of Fire.” South Carolina Voices: Poetry and Prose. Athenaeum Press,
Coastal Carolina U, 2018.
“What is as wrong as the uninstructed heart?” Inspired Poems: Inspirierte Gedichte,
BabelMatrix: Babel Web Anthology. 2006.
“Juniper Berries” and “A Reader’s Habit.” Twenty: South Carolina Poetry Fellows, Hub
City Writers Project, 2005.
“The River” & “The Postcard Before Me.” Antigonish Review, vol. 134, 2002.
“The Bees’ Passage.” The Paris Review, vol. 159, Fall 2001, pp. 107-20.
“January on the River Fils,” “Instructions to a New Cook,” “Open Like a Vowel,” and
“On Duty the Night Janitor.” Point: South Carolina’s Independent Newspaper, Summer
“The Routine of a Letter Writer.” Quarterly West, vol. 48, Spring/Summer 1999, p. 86.
“The Tsar’s Daughter.” The Paris Review, vol. 150, Summer 1999, pp. 172-3.
“Of Letters, Miss Millay.” The Paris Review. vol. 150, Summer 1999, pp. 173-4.
“Open Like a Vowel.” Route One, Spring 1996, p. 47.
“Review of Savage Beauty: The Life of Edna St. Vincent Millay.” The Forum, Spring 2002.
University of Leipzig, Anglistentag Conference, “The New Materialist Testimonies of Medbh McGuckian,” September 2019.
University of Gottingen, Poetry and Populism Symposium, “Dial-a-Poem: The Performative Inscape of Denise Levertov's Early Political Poems,” July 2018.
University of Bamberg, The Environment and Human Migration: Rethinking the Politics of Poetry International Conference, “Tasting Exile: The Political Elegies of Li-Young Lee,” November 2017.
University of Paderborn, Anglistentag Conference, “Volcano Time”: Temporal Plurality in Anne Carson's Autobiography of Red, September 2016.
University of Augsburg, Poem Unlimited: New Perspectives on Poetry & Genre Conference, “Re-erecting Genre Distinctions: The Sound Recordings of Williams’s Paterson and Montague’s The Rough Field,” October 2016.
20 th-Century Literature Conference, “The Diva of Rhetoric: A Re-Reading of Edna St. Vincent Millay,” February 2002.
American Women Writers of Color Conference , “The Shape-Shifting Narrator in Gwendolyn Brooks’ In the Mecca,” October 2001.
Fulbright Lecture Award, University of Stuttgart, Sept 2002
South Carolina Academy of Authors Poetry Fellowship, 2001
South Carolina Arts Commission Fellowship in Poetry, 2001
National Endowment for the Arts in Literature Intern, 1996
Jessica Bundschuh’s research interests include contemporary Irish poetry, comparative literature (Irish, British & American), contemporary poetics and performance, the history of the epic in English, and British Romanticism. Her current research project is on the Irish Prose Poem.