College of Arts & Sciences Languages

Susan Wolfe

Susan Wolfe
Emeritus
Languages and Linguistics: Other, College of Arts & Sciences
USL Slagle Hall/Auditorium SL 306
Phone: 605-677-5357
Education:
  • MA, English, State University of New York at Stony Brook,
  • Ph D, English, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1976
  • BA, English, SUNY at Stony Brook, 1968
Publications:
  • Wolfe, S., Rude, R., (2010), Galatea as Transformation, Commodity, and Simulacrum in Contemporary Anglophone Films., Edwin Mellen Press, p. 292.
  • Wolfe, S., Huse-Wika, C., (2010), Policing the Rift: The Monstrous and the Uncanny in Torchwood, McFarland, p. 251.
  • Wolfe, S., (2009), The Poor Are Different from You and Me’: Masculinity and Class in To Have and Have Not., University Press of Florida.
  • Wolfe, S., (2009), Women’s Speech in Hemingway’s Novels, South Dakota Review , iss. 46.4, pp. 73-83.
  • Wolfe, S., (2008), Charming the Elders: Girl Power for Second-Wave Feminists, I. B.Tauris & Company, Limited, p. 272.
  • Wolfe, S., RORIPAUGH, L., (2007), The (In)visible Lesbian: Anxieties of Representation in The L-Word., Open University Press/ McGraw-Hill, p. 384.
  • Wolfe, S., RORIPAUGH, L., (2006), The (In)visible Lesbian: Anxieties of Representation in The L-Word, I.B. Tauris /St. Martins, p. 247.
Presentations:
  • Wolfe, S., RORIPAUGH, L., Huse-Wika, C. (2009, November). The Post-human as Simulacrum in Dollhouse. Presented at the Midwest Modern Language Association, St. Louis, MO.
  • Wolfe, S. (2009, November). Gender & Sexual Orientation. Presented at the Guest Lecture.
  • Wolfe, S., RORIPAUGH, L. (2009, October). Serenity is Only a Name: Technology and Frontier in Joss Whedon’s Firefly. Presented at the John R. Milton Writers Conference, Vermillion, SD.
  • Wolfe, S. (2009, October). Technology in Paradise: Star Trek: Insurrection. Presented at the John R. Milton Writers Conference, Vermillion, SD.
  • Wolfe, S. (2009, October). Women Writers of the Left Bank. Presented at the Invited presentation, Sioux City, IA.
  • Wolfe, S., Rude, R. (2009, April). Shakespeare as Postmodern Pastiche: Eric Jarman’s The Tempest..