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Paul Kintzele

Paul Kintzele

2003 Ph.D. Graduate
Dissertation Advisor(s): Jean-Michel Rabaté
"On the Verge of the World: Internationalism in the Text of Modernism"

Associate Professor, University of Houston-Downtown

Paul Kintzele received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 2002 with a dissertation that explores the connections between modernist literature and various theories of internationalism.

He has published articles on the problem of ethics in Conrad's _Lord Jim_ and on the phenomenology of language acquisition in Beckett's experimental novel _How It Is_ (in the _Journal of Modern Literature_ and _Samuel Beckett Today_ respectively).

Paul's teaching and research projects are wide ranging and typically revolve around the subjects of British and Irish modernism, psychoanalysis, post-Kantian philosophy, the politics of nationalism, and the study of modern ideology. He received the Dean's Award for Distinguished Teaching in 2003.

Courses Taught

summer 2005

ENGL 088.910 American Poetry  
ENGL 104.910 The 20th Century  

spring 2005

ENGL 060.001 The Rise of the Novel  

fall 2004

ENGL 040.001 British Poetry 1660-1914  

spring 2004

fall 2003

ENGL 104.401 The Twentieth Century  

spring 2003

fall 2002

summer 2000

summer 1999