UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Lissa Schneider-Rebozo
Schneider-Rebozo, Lissa

Lissa Schneider-Rebozo

Director of Undergraduate Research, Scholarly, and Creative Activity and Associate Professor

Start Year: 2005

English
Office: 160 Hagestad Hall
Phone: 715-425-3903

Provost and Vice-Chancellor For Academic Affairs Office
Office: 160 Hagestad Hall
Phone: 715-425-3903

Email: elizabeth.schneider-rebozo@uwrf.edu

Education:

PhD, English Literature, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
MA, English Literature, University of Miami
BA, Philosophy, Northwestern University, Evanston IL

Courses Taught:

English 444: Major Authors--Joseph Conrad
English 441: 20th and 21st Century International Literatures
English 428: Contemporary British and Irish Literature
English 332: Survey of British Literature II
English/Film 317: Modern East Asian Literature and Cinema
English/Film 317-55: Experience China
Humanities 312: Arts and Ideas II--Baroque to the Postmodern
HUM 312 Online
HUM 312-75 International Traveling Classroom
English/Film 306: Postcolonial Film and Literature
English 232: Contemporary World Drama
English 200: Investigating Ideas: Reading, Writing, and the Disciplines

Areas of Specialization:

Joseph Conrad; 20th and 21st C British and World Literature and Cinema; Modern East Asian Literature and Cinema; Undergraduate Research and Economic Development. 

Publications:

Books and Monographs

Conrad's Narratives of Difference. New York: Routledge Press.  1st Edition, 2004; Paperback Edition, 2014.  

Book in Progress

Conrad and Nature: Ecology, Environment, and Animals in the Writings of Joseph Conrad.  Lissa Schneider-Rebozo, General Editor, with co-editors, John G. Peters and Jeffrey Mathes McCarthy. Anticipated publication date: December 2015.

Juried Articles and Book Chapters

"Undergraduate Research and Economic Development: A Systems Approach in Wisconsin."  With co-authors Dean Van Galen, Karen Havhom, and Kris Andrews.  Chapter 4 in Enhancing and Expanding Undergraduate Research: A Systems Approach.  Jossey Bass (New Directions in Higher Education series): 2015.  

"Fifty Years of Undergraduate Research in Europe."  With co-author Bill Campbell.  CUR Quarterly. (Winter 2014): Volume 35, Number 2.  

"'The Return': Torches, Blindfolds, and the Light of the Feminine in Conrad."  In Short Story Criticism on Conrad's 'The Return.'  Publisher: Gale/Cengage Learning: 2015.

"Environmental Education and Literacy."  In Climate Forward: A New Road Map for Wisconsin's Climate and Energy Future.  Edited by Meg Domroese and Jane Elder.  Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: July 2014.  Available at https://www.wisconisnacademy.org/sites/default/files/ClimateForward2014.pdf

"Love Medicine: A Metaphor for Forgiveness." In COURSE READER, ISBN: 0495909610, Gale Group, Fall 2010.  Reprinted from Studies in American Indian Literatures 4 (Spring 1992):1-13.  

"Lissa Schneider on Iconography and the Feminine Ideal."  In Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness.  Edited & Introduced by Harold Bloom.  New York: Bloom's Literary Criticism, 2009.  P 81-85.

"Iconography and the Feminine Ideal." Heart of Darkness: Norton Critical Edition. Fourth Edition. Ed. Paul B. Armstrong. New York: W.W. Norton and Company, 2006. P 474-483.

"'The Woman Alone' in Hitchcock and Conrad." In Conrad on Film.  Ed Gene M. Moore.  Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1st Edition 1997; Paperback Edition, 2006. P 61-77.

"Torches, Blindfolds, and the Light of the Feminine in Conrad." Conrad's Century. Ed. Laura Davis. Boulder: East European Monographs (distributed by Columbia University Press, New York), 1998. 203-224.

"'The Woman Alone' in Conrad and Hitchcock." Conrad on Film. Ed. Gene M. Moore. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997. 61-69.

"'This Mysterious and Migratory Jewelry': Satire and the Feminine in Djuna Barnes's 'The Terrorists.'" Review of Contemporary Fiction 13:3 (Fall 1993): 62-69.

"Love Medicine: A Metaphor for Forgiveness." Studies in American Indian Literatures 4 (Spring 1992): 1-13.

(Reprinted in Novels for Students E-Book Bundle. Ed. Mark Milne. Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale Books, December 2006)

(Reprinted in Native American Writing: Critical Assessments. Ed. A. Robert Lee. 2006).

(Reprinted in Novels for Students, Vol. 5. Ed. Sharon L. Ciccarelli. Detroit: Gale Research, 1999).

(Reprinted in Native American Women Writers. Ed. Harold Bloom. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, (1998).