Nicole Camastra, Ph.D. - Why Do We Still Read Hemingway? Part One
Nicole Camastra earned her Ph.D. in American Literature from the University of Georgia in 2012, where she taught for several years. She now works at the O'Neal School as the English Department Head. She is the co-editor of Elizabeth Madox Roberts: Essays of Discovery and Recovery (Quincy & Harrod, 2008). Having presented research at national and international conferences for over a decade, she is the author of several articles on American fiction from the early twentieth century that have appeared in such journals as American Literary Realism, the Mississippi Quarterly, and The Hemingway Review. She has forthcoming essays in two collections published by Kent State University Press: Hemingway in the Digital Age (2019) and Reading Hemingway’s Winner Take Nothing (2020). Her book, Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and the Muse of Romantic Music, is presently under contract with Brill Press.
This event will be held at the Hannah Center Theater at the O'Neal School.
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