Anne Dewey, Ph.D.
Department of English
Ph.D. in English and American Literature and Humanities, Stanford University
B.A. in Comparative Literature, Yale University
- Poetry of the United States
- 20th- and 21st-Century Literature of the United States
- Women's and Gender Studies
Publications and Media Placements
Co-edited with José Rodríguez Herrera and Cristina Gámez Fernández. The Mexico-US Border in Contemporary Narratives of the Pan-American Imaginary. Peter Lang. Forthcoming 2024.
Co-edited with José Rodríguez Herrera and Cristina Gámez Fernández. The Spanish and Latin American Legacy in North American Poetry and Art. Forthcoming 2023.
"Constructing the Hispanic: Metaphors in US Law and Literature from an Ethnocomparative perspective." In The Mexico-US Border in Contemporary Narratives of the Pan-American Imaginary. Ed. José Rodríguez Herrera, Anne Dewey, and Cristina Gámez Fernández. Peter Lang. Forthcoming 2024.
"Mexico as Site of Gender Critique in Contemporary US Women's Poetry: Denise Levertov's Life in the Forest in Context." In The Spanish and Latin American Legacy in North American Poetry and Art. Ed. José Rodríguez Herrera, Anne Dewey, and Cristina Gámez Fernández. Forthcoming 2023.
"Black Mountain College as Experimental Arts Community." American Literature in Transition, 1950-1960. Ed. Steven Belletto and David Grausam. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 209-222. 2018.
"Poetry: The 1950s to the Present." American Literary Scholarship 2015. Ed. Gary Scharnhorst. Duke University Press, 2017. 351-370.
"Gender and the Prose Poem: Rosmarie Waldrop's Curves to the Apple." French Journal of American Studies. 147.2 (2016): 66-77.
"The Modern American Long Poem." The Cambridge Companion to Modern American Poetry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. 65-76.
Dewey, Anne and Libbie Rifkin, eds. Among Friends: Engendering the Social Site of Poetry. University of Iowa Press, 2013.
Lacey, Paul and Anne Dewey, eds. Collected Poems of Denise Levertov. New Directions Publishing, 2013.
Beyond Maximus: The Construction of Public Voice in Black Mountain Poetry. Stanford University Press, 2007.
"Projecting Amy Lowell: Olsonian Poetics of the Body in Rosmarie Waldrop's A Form / of Taking / It All." Jacket 2. December, 2012. Web.
"Gendered Muses and the Representation of Social Space in Robert Duncan's Poetry." Contemporary Literature 50.2 (Summer 2009): 299-331.
"Poetic Authority and Public Voice in the Activist Sixties: The Duncan-Levertov Debate" In Robert Duncan & Denise Levertov: The Poetry of Politics, The Politics of Poetry. Eds. Albert Gelpi and Robert Bertholf. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2005.