Flury, Angela, Ph.D.
English, Asbury Hall, Room 325
Associate Professor of English and Coordinator of the World Literature Program
Angela Flury received her Ph.D. in comparative literature from the University of California, Davis. Her research and teaching interests are in the history of the novel, world literature, translation studies, cinema, and the pedagogy of writing. She has translated excerpts of books by Christa Wolf (in Absinthe:New European Writing and PMLA). She edited, with Hervé Regnauld, the issue “Multilingual Realities in Translation” for the online journal Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture (11.1, 2011), and most recently, with Alan Clinton, the issue "How Did I Write That? Reflections on Singularity in the Creative Process" ((Reconstruction 13.1, 2013: http://reconstruction.eserver.org/131/contents131.shtml). Her translation of an excerpt from Albrecht Selge’s novel Lucid (Wach, Rowohlt: Berlin, 2011) is available in a special issue of Reconstruction, "Spatial Literary Studies" (vol 14, no 3, 2014) at http://reconstruction.eserver.org/Issues/143/contents_143.shtml