Dr. Redwine has two books coming out this spring, Gender, Performance, and Authorship at the Abbey Theatre, with Oxford University Press, and, with co-editor Amrita Ghosh, Tagore and Yeats: A Postcolonial Re-envisioning. She edits, with Martha Carpentier, the online journal Critical Inquiries into Irish Studies.
Elizabeth Brewer Redwine is a lecturer in the English Department and the President of the New Jersey College English Association. Dr. Redwine was invited to speak at Maynooth University's Disability and the Archive: Terese Deevy in Context in February 2021 and at Fordham's Irish Women Writers Symposium 2020: Irish Women and Film in September.
Recent publications include "How Cathleen Became Mrs. Monihan: Sara Allgood's 'Grave Acting' and Irish Female Performance" in Cambridge University Press' New Theatre Quarterly and "The Big House in Flames: Constance Markievicz and Yeats' Response to the Rising" in The Chesterton Review. Dr. Redwine recently presented at a panel on Irish Women's Political Writing at the January 2018 MLA Conference in New York and chaired and presented at the Montclair Literary Festival in March 2018. She teaches Core I and Core II as well as English 1201 and 1202, Great Books classes, and Literary Genres and Precedents.
- Ph.D., Emory University 2004
- B.A., Middlebury College 1992