Associate Professor & Dept. Chair English
B.S., University of Florida
M.A., University of Maryland
Dr. Romagnolo teaches courses in American literature, literature by women, African American literature and critical theory. She also serves as the faculty director of the Women's Services and Gender Resource center. She has published several articles on narrative and identity. Her research focuses on questions of identity and narrative in contemporary American women's fiction. Her book manuscript Opening Acts: Narrative Beginnings from a Feminist Perspective is forthcoming from University of Nebraska Press.
Romagnolo, C. (2015). Opening acts: Narrative beginnings in twentieth century feminist fiction. Lincoln, Neb: University of
Romagnolo, C. (2015, March 7). Flight patterns: Race, gender and the unnatural in Toni Morrison. Paper presented at the
International Conference on Narrative, Chicago, Ill.
Romagnolo, C. (2015, Forthcoming). “[Un]Natural connections: Feminist experimentation and unnatural narratology. In J. Alber (Ed.), Unnatural narratives in literary history and cultural studies (n.p.). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska.
Romagnolo, C. (2014, forthcoming). Narrative disidentification: Beginnings in Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon. In J. Ho, S. Morgan & J. Donahue (Eds.), Narrative, race and ethnicity in the Americas.
Romagnolo, C. (2011). Initiating dialogue: Narrative beginnings in multicultural narratives. In F. L. Aldama, & W. A. Nericcio (Eds.), Analyzing world fiction: New horizons in narrative theory (pp. 183-198). Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.