Anne Arundel Community College
101 College Parkway
Arnold, Maryland 21012
Office: Humanities #113-H
Michelle Phillips recently completed her Ph.D. in the Literatures in English Department at Rutgers University. Her research and teaching interests include 19th-20th century American literature, modernism, African-American literature, and children’s literature.
“The Children of Double Consciousness: From The Souls of Black Folk to The Brownies’
Book.” PMLA. 128.3 (May 2013): 590-607.
“The ‘Partagé Child’ and the Emergence of the Modernist Novel in What Maisie Knew.”
The Henry James Review 31.2 (Spring 2010): 95-110.
“Along the ‘Paragraphic Wires’: Child-Adult Mediation in St. Nicholas
Magazine.” Children’s Literature 34 (June 2009): 84-113.
“Revising Revision: Methodologies of Love, Desire, and Resistance in Beloved and If
Beale Street Could Talk.” James Baldwin and Toni Morrison: Comparative Critical and Theoretical Essays. Eds. Lovalerie King and Lynn Orilla Scott. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. 63-81.