Dr. Sean Connolly Ph.D.

Title prefix: 
Dr.
First name: 
Sean
Family name: 
Connolly
Title postfix: 
Ph.D.
Country: 
USA
Institution: 
New York Institute of Technology
Department: 
Humanities
Title: 
Associate Professor of English
Languages: 
English, French, Spanish
Teaching areas: 

comparative literature, world literature, modernism, literature and philosophy, introduction to philosophy, ethics

Research areas: 

French/British modernism, comparative modernism, 20th century continental philosophy, European intellectual history, political theory

Assistant Professor of English and Comparative Literature (tenure-track)

Department of Humanities

Bluefield State College

2012-Present

 

 

Interim Chair of Basic Studies and First-Year Experience Programs

Bluefield State College

2012-2014

 


Postdoctoral Fellow

Department of English

Tulane University

2010-2012

 

 

Visiting Assistant Professor of Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies

Stony Brook University

Department of Cultural Analysis and Theory

2008-2010

 

 

Publications: 

 Book Chapter: “Envisioning Vichy: Fascist Visual Culture in France 1940-44"
The Visual Arts, Fascisms, and Mass Society (peer-reviewed)
(Forthcoming 2015)

Article: “Georges Bataille, Gender, and Sacrificial Excess”
The Comparatist (peer-reviewed)
vol. 38, 2014
 
Article: “Laure’s War: Selfhood and Sacrifice in Colette Peignot”
French Forum (peer-reviewed)
vol. 35, no. 1, Winter 2010
 
Review: “Milo Sweedler’s The Dismembered Community”
French Forum Spring 2012 (peer-reviewed)
(Book review)
 
Translation: “Gilbert and George: Melancholy and Making Fun”
Translation: “Gilbert et George, dérision et mélancolie”
Baudino, Isabelle and Gautheron, Marie. Gilbert and George. Paris: ENS Editions, 2005
(Translation)
 
Review: “Michele Richman’s Sacred Revolutions: Durkheim and the College of Sociology”
The Bryn Mawr Review of Comparative Literature, Spring 2004, vol. IV, no. 2