- 20th and 21st Century Studies
- African American and African Diaspora Literature
- Gender Studies
- Transnational Literatures
Dr. Eide’s area of concentration is twentieth-century literature in English with a focus on gender studies and ethical theory.
Eide, Marian. Ethical Joyce. Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Marian Eide argues that the central concern of James Joyce’s writing was the creation of a literary ethic. Eide examines Joyce’s ethical preoccupations throughout his work, particularly the tension between his commitment as an artist and his social obligations as a father and citizen during a tumultuous period of European history. This is the first study devoted to Joyce’s ethical philosophy as it emerges in his writing.
- Special issue on “Forgiveness” South Central Review
- James Joyce’s Magdalenes
- Forgiveness: An Introduction
- Gender and Sexuality (from James Joyce in Context)
- The Language of Flows: Fluidity, Virology, and Finnegans Wake
- Beyond ‘Syphilisation’: Finnegans Wake, AIDS, and the Discourse of Contagion
- Passionate Gods & Desiring Women: Jeanette Winterson, Faith, and Sexuality
- Joyce, Genre, and the Authority of Form
- ‘The Stigma of Nation’: Feminist Just War, Privilege, and Responsibility
- Witnessing and Trophy Hunting: Writing Violence from the Great War Trenches
- The Woman of the Ballyhoura Hills: James Joyce and the Politics of Creativity