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Seton Hall University

Elizabeth Brewer Redwine, Ph.D

Lecturer
Department of English

Elizabeth Brewer Redwine, Ph.D., is a lecturer in the English Department and Coordinator of the Core I class Journey of Transformation. In the past two years, Redwine has published two books, Tagore and Yeats: A Postcolonial Re-envisioning, edited with Amrita Ghosh, Ph.D., in 2022, and a monograph, Gender, Performance, and Authorship at the Abbey Theatre with Oxford University Press in 2021. She edits the online journal, Critical Inquiries into Irish Studies, with Martha Carpentier, Ph.D.. She is under contract with Oxford University to publish Irish Abbey Theatre and film actress Sara Allgood’s Memoirs. Her areas of expertise are Global Anglophone literatures, Irish and Twentieth Century British Literature, Performance Studies, and Gender Studies. 

Recent invited lectures include a talk at University of Galway's Moore Institute and School of English and Creative Arts and Department of Drama on March 3, 2023. She was an invited speaker at Maynooth University's Disability and the Archive: Teresa Deevy in Context in February 2021 and at Fordham's Irish Women Writers Symposium 2020: Irish Women and Film.

Other publications include "How Cathleen Became Mrs. Monihan: Sara Allgood's 'Grave Acting' and Irish Female Performance" in Cambridge University Press' New Theatre Quarterly and "The Big House in Flames: Constance Markievicz and Yeats' Response to the Rising" in The Chesterton Review. Redwine presented at a panel on Irish Women's Political Writing at the January 2018 MLA Conference in New York and chaired and presented at the Montclair Literary Festival in March 2018. She teaches Core I and Core II as well as English 1201 and 1202, Great Books classes, British Literature II, and Literary Genres and Precedents.